Date of Birth 1970-01-01
Real Name George Kwabena Adu
Picture https://www.bbc.co.uk/africabeyond/media/19628/16341_Kwabena100.jpgKwabena Kwabena was christened George Kwabena Adu. His name, Kwabena Kwabena depicts the two vocations he is presently in, first as Kwabena, the draughtsman, and Kwabena, the highlife musician.
He emerged after featuring on Kontihene's 2004 hit, Esi and he featured Kontihene on his own debut hit, Aso.
Kwabena attended Datus Complex in Bubuashie, Green Hill School in Achimota, and Aggrey Junior Secondary School. He is an old student of St. Peters secondary school in Nkwatia and is a proud PERSCOBA.
He started playing the guitar in church at the age of 14 and he also lead the church choir. He then started hanging around Hush Hush studios featuring on various songs. He got introduced to Hammer of the Last 2 and did most of the choruses on Hammer's Compilation, called Sounds of our time. He featured on Odo ne Asomdwoe (Love and Peace), a track that also featured heavyweights like Obrafour, K.K. Fosu and Adane Best.
His first big break was when he featured on Kontihene's Esi. Later on, he released his first album called Penpe which was a massive success and hailed by many music fans. The major single, Aso, featured Kontihene. Kwabena went on to achieve a number of Ghana Music Awards, the best vocal performance and the best song writer.
His second album, Da bi, came out in late 2007. Three of his songs were featured in the soundtrack to Sparrow Productions' The Perfect Picture. A music video for 'Do ne bi' was made as a result.
Some of his hits include Ka kyere me, Trodom, Adea waye me, Fakye me, Me ne woa, etc
From the default:
Meye (acoustic mix)