He had wanted to be either a footballer, soldier or musician. His vision is being realized as he is still in pursuit of one. Though biologically born on the 5th day of September, Emmanuel Appiah second birth came from his attachment to music. Rebirth as he's known is a budding recording artist. A native of Assin Darman in the Central Region of Ghana, he had his basic education at Learners Preparatory and Odorkor Seventh Day Adventist (SDA) Preparatory.
He continued to Odorgonno Senior High School and GH Media School both infor his secondary and tertiary education respectively.
His professional intention for music began in the year 2014. However, it had long began whilst still a student. His greatest challenge since embarking on this journey has been a financial one. This is the usual story of most beginners in every field of endeavour.
His determination to succeed has been solidified by the ups and downs he has faced over this short period.His first major performance was at the Ghana Models Awards in 2017. He has also performed at the Student's Representative Council (SRC) Week at the GH Media School.
Live band performance is an area he takes seriously and is gradually undertaking. Antwi ne Antwi, Bogo Blay, Novo all from Ghana, Solibay from Nigeria are amongst the musicians he has worked with. He takes inspiration from Lil Wayne, Sarkodie and Medikal and looks forward to working them as well as Kelvynboy, Fameye and Quamina MP. He is currently working on his Extended Play (EP).
Source: Nana Fredua-Agyeman Jnr.
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