Discovering Highlife Gospel Artiste Nana Obuobi
Born George Nana Kwaku Obuobi, he is a Ghanaian Highlife Gospel Musician known by stage name Nana Obuobi (born 3rd June 1971) who hails from Adonkwanta in the Eastern Region close to Akyem Asafo, he was taken to Akyem Abomusu at the age of 6 years.
He attended Presbyterian Middle School, then he ventured into farming. He came to Accra in search of greener pastures and took up dressmaking for a living in 1992. George is the brain behind Geobis Fashion.
Growing up, he liked to entertain himself with his friends with songs, they sang at small gatherings and among themselves for 10 years but never came out with any song.
Early this year he recorded two singles to his credit : ” εnkɔ hɔ” and “εnkɔ ka n’bεka mi” he draws his inspiration from the society in which he finds himself, the day-to-day activities to advise, encourage and empower the youth.
He is a pleasure to listen to in his soft silky voice. Yaw Awudu Dompreh manages him at the moment.
Source : africaneditors.com/Helena Ewudzie-Sagoe
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