Nana Fofie has released yet another mind-blowing mashup on YouTube. The Ghanaian Independence mashup, sang in twi, includes songs from Ghana highlife legends such as Kojo Antwi, Ofori Amposah & KK Fosu. The live rendition with the Vivaband UK is in celebration of Ghana’s 61 years of independence.
The Mashup Queen has done it again. This time Nana Fofie created a Ghanaian Mashup sang in the Ghanaian dialect Twi. Imagine old skool Highlife songs by Kojo Antwi mixed with popular songs such as Rakia by Ofori Amponsah and 16 years by MzBel, add the talented live band ‘Vivaband UK’ and you know that this mashup will remind you of your childhood or your heydays. The live rendition, including the song Tuabodom, promotes the classic rich sounds of Ghana highlife from the past. The mashup will be available to stream and download from all digital music stores including iTunes, Spotify and Apple music.
Nana Fofie, 22, is currently working on the release of her single ‘Odo’ from her upcoming EP. The music video which was shot in Bali, Indonesia will be released this summer and promises to be outstanding. “I had such an amazing time in Bali and I cannot wait for my fans to see this music video”. The talented singer is preparing her EP which she has been working on with producer Reuben Isaac and is scheduled to be released later this year. She has put in all her efforts to ensure that all the tracks from her EP really displays her unique sound. “I have been working extremely hard on the upcoming EP and it really portrays my sound to the world”.
The independent recording artist is paving her own way in music. With her popular videos exceeding 5 million views on YouTube, she has established herself as one of the few female “Afro-European” musicians. “The mashups have really given me a platform to build my music career and I am looking forward to collaborating with different types of artists in the near future”. Her rise has been noticed by high profile artists, producers and record labels such as Mr Eazi, Bisa Kdei, Don Jazzy and Universal Music Records.