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Daddy Lumba

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Charles Kwadwo Fosu aka Daddy Lumba is a phenomenal musician with an incredible career spanning over twenty years. He remains one of the most consistent musicians alive.
Born in 29th September 1964. His first album, Yereye Aka Akwantuo Mu was with his colleague Nana Acheampong under the name Lumba Brothers spawned several hits and established Daddy Lumba as a versatile and highly gifted musician.

Daddy Lumba started his music career as one part of the Lumba Brothers duo when he collaborated with his partner Nana Acheampong. They released their first album entitled ‘Yereye Aka Akwantuo Mu’.

This song depicted the number of Ghanaian immigrants that originally leave the country to seek better fortunes abroad but make those temporary homes permanent due to financial, emotional, or other unforeseen hardships. Lumba’s wife produced the album.

Year after year Daddy Lumba released one hit album after the other producing hit-songs ‘Ohia Asem’, ‘Playboy’, ‘Seese Wo Se’, ‘Odo Foforo’, Biribi Gye Gye Wo’, ‘Back for Good’ and ‘Aben Wo Ha’; an album that took the country and his fans by storm.

He collaborated with stars including A. B. Crentsil, Selina, Felix Owusu, Yaw Micah, Borax, Ofori Amponsah, and Pat Thomas.

Daddy Lumba in 1999 paired up with rising star, Ofori Amponsah to release ‘Woho Kyere’. This album produced five hits and shot Ofori Amponsah into the limelight.

Lumba followed up with ‘Adepa Hye Adepa’, ‘Poison’, ‘Papa Samo’, ‘Ofie Banbofo’, ‘Asee Ho’, Odo Bewu Dee Eno Nwu’, among others.

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