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Biography of Magnom

Joseph Bulley, known professionally as Magnom, is a Ghanaian record producer and recording artist , who produces music ranging from Hiphop, dancehall, and Afrobeats. He gained the attention of Ghanaians after he produced the song “illuminati” with Ghanaian BET award winner Sarkodie. Early life Magnom grew up around a dad who listened to all genres of music, which helped him in his love for music. He …

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Biography of Trigmatic

Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei, known by his stage name Trigmatic, is a Ghanaian musician, composer and songwriter from Accra, Ghana. On March 18, 2022, he hosted the debut edition of the Africa Music Business Dialogue at the SIlverbird Cinemas in Accra. Early life Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro-Agyei was born on the streets of Flamingo, a …

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Biography of Fancy Gadam

Mujahid Ahmed Bello (born 16 August 1988) known by his stage name Fancy Gadam, is a Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and reggae musician. In 2017 he won Ghana Music Awards for Best New Artist and in 2020 was named Best Afrobeat Entertainer at the International Reggae and World Music Awards. Early life and music career Fancy Gadam was born in Hausa Zongo, a suburb of Tamale, the capital town …

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Biography of Iwan

Abdul Razak Issahaku (born 12 September 1985), performing as Iwan, is a reggae and dance hall artiste from Ghana, West Africa. Being a product of university of Ghana, Legon, Iwan, also known as “Lyrical Gunshot”, pursued Theatre Art and Music and Dance and now holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Iwan was the first person to receive an award in …

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Biography of Black Prophet

Black Prophet, born Kenneth Wilberforce Zonto Bossman on 3 April 1977 in Accra, Ghana, is a Ghanaian reggae music composer and a member of the Rastafari movement. Career Bossman appeared at a young age with the Ola Williams band, he released his debut solo album No Pain No Gain in February 1998 with his backing band, the Thunder Strike. It was …

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