Born in Montreal Canada to Muslim Ghanaian parents, growing up wasn’t easy for Salamatu Djenne, an Afrobeats singer based in Toronto Canada. Her experience in music especially from her father made her fall in love with music, and from the age of six she has been involved in entertaining people in Canada and all around the world.
She has struggled after the demise of her supportive father expressing herself through music. After visiting Accra with her mother, her mother returned to Canada leaving her behind off to Asamang to a bitter sweet experience here in Ghana.
Eventhough she was an Islamic scholar teaching in mosques in Canada, Salamatu stopped wearing her hijab and other stuff relating to her family religion, despite her love for the culture. She started going to church leading praise and worship for many high profile programs, with support from the community and school board being featured in Magazines, Newspapers, traveling and winning competitions.
At the same time reading and learning extensively on African history and Psychology books just to come to terms with understanding the world and the treatment of her family here and in Canada, which later saw her living at the orphanage at some point till she was rescued by the Canadian embassy and flown back to Canada.
Since her return to Canada, shes been working very hard keeping her feet through times with her God given talent doing gigs with motivation from artist like Mugeez, SlimFlex, Eno, and Stonebwoy, while singing back up and dancing for culture force Band performing Fela Kuti Songs. She also spoke about legends such as Awurama, Kojo Antwi, Lumba and many more.
Her Singles which she sings and raps in English and Hausa, True Love and Superstar ft Gariba has made some waves, and has shot two videos African relief and 911 produced by Master Garzy
She is currently working with to release her debut Album, her choice of lyrics and content is based on her love and perception of the oneness of God. She started recording not long ago but have seen the success by numbers on instagram she admires so much.
She is determined to make an impact with her music as she feels the time is now to show the world what shes made of.
Check out her videos below
Meet Daniel Jeddman, New Face Of Ghana’s Gospel Music.
German-based Ghanaian Gospel sensational, Daniel Jeddman christened Daniel Adu-Boahene has turned out to be the courier of Gospel genre of music in the Central and Western Europe. He started doing active music 15 years ago, with his first song titled "Woara".
In 2009, after pursuing a degree in Knust-Kumasi, BSC. Mathematics, he had a call up to travel to Europe to continue his education and ministry in 2011, which by God’s grace he's been able to balance the music and work simultaneously for all these years. So from 2011 till date, he's been in Germany representing my motherland Ghana internationally as well.
Daniel Jeddman collaborated with Kwesi Anani Ghana on a single in October 2018 entitled Hye Me Ma. And in the same year, he featured Azariah (An international bassist and a real younger brother), Josie Koomson & Ohemaa Vimmsy all German-Based Ghanaians, summing up to a total features of at least 4 artists on his album.
He is as well looking forward to work with great sensations like Diana Hamilton whom he will be sharing the same stage with on the 28th December 2019 in Hamburg, Germany ahead of a gospel event, Joe Mettle, Emmanuel Smith, Donnie Mclurkin, Ohemaa Mercy, Travis Greene and at least some 10 more.
Daniel Jeddman is a Ghanaian native from Kwahu in the Eastern region of Ghana. His mom, Revd. Evangelist Gifty Adu-Boahene was one of the most sorted icons in Ghana soap opera those days (Obra and co) and his dad, Bishop Collins Adu-Boahene a consecrated bishop is in a full time ministry in Europe. He's currently been away for 8 years now and making arrangements to come down in 2020 for a mega event which will have everything to do with his current trending song Woara which featured Azariah & Josie Koomson.
His record label Daniel Jeddman Music is looking at a great response from bigger brands in Usa, Uk and Uk ahead of the new Woara emerging and a new single will be released on Sunday 24th November 2019, Your Grace - featuring Sylvia Boakye which hopefully will be loved by all inhabitants across the borders of the earth.
Connect with him on the top rated social media platforms. @Daniel Jeddman, on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and also on digital market or stores, SoundCloud, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Youtube.
Watch the Awareness Video every Ghanaian needs to see. Theme song: Woara;
EnnWai – Good Reason(Prod By KingSkonk Mixed & Mastered By Short)
We Have He Best Music Video in Ghana Currently – ZeeTM
Since the release of ZeeTown Melody's (ZeeTM) smash single, ‘Guda’, all eyes have been on them for their follow up single. ZeeTM will continue to take over the music scene with their new single and music video titled ‘Totori’’ featuring Fancy Gadam with production by Streetbeatz.Directed by Babs, the accompanying video is shot in a dark warehouse, featuring dancers surrounding the ZeeTM and Fancy Gadam.
There’s a lot of fire in the music video that has over 30 video models and 20 dancers in all. The video has already been rated as the best video for the year in 2019 by stakeholders in the industry who has watched the music video.Before the video was premiered on YouTube, they hosted a 3-day video event at 4stye TV mansion, Vienna Nite Club (in Tema) and Ace Tantra nite club.The streets are watching ZeeTM. ZeeTM is known for their affiliations with popular Tema acts - R2Bees.
‘Totori’ is the direct follow up to ZeeTM’s single, “Guda”.
Afrobeats Artiste Akeju Releases “Akeju The EP”
Nigerian-Ghanian Afrobeats artiste Akeju releases his much anticipated EP Akeju the EP. A few of the tracks were hit singles such as 'Kiss and Tell' remix featuring Beenie Man and fans loved them, this EP has a great selection for his fans. Akeju the EP, will be available worldwide September 23, 2019. The audience will gravitate to this as his fans will enjoy songs such as "Emotions featuring Lil Scrappy of Love & Hip Hop," "Kiss and Tell remix feat. Beenie Man,” ''Omoge” and "Sweetie feat. Joey B" to name a few. These songs are just a sample of the versatile compilation. The music was produced by Mix Master Garzy and Genius Selection.
Akeju was born in Ghana to Nigerian parents. He is a versatile artist and well-versed in several genres such as Afropop, afro beats, afro dancehall. He began his musical journey over a decade ago. Some of his most recent projects were Kiss and Tell soundtrack for Nollywood (African) movie with the same title, starring Nadia Buari and Queeneth Agbor; Omoge soundtrack for Nollywood (African) movie with the same title, starring Ik Ogbonna, Esther Audu, Perikles Mandinga to name a few. Akeju felt this EP was in line with his philosophy, creating a synergy between Africa and other cultures. He had a great time putting it together for his fans both old and new.
To introduce Akeju the EP to influencers, fans, and media in the US, a listening party took place recently at Taj Lounge then brunch at Le Reve in New York. We had several special guests come to support the launch, including Akeju’s friend international super Model Maria Borges, Artiste and Actor Leon, Ghanaian Musician Jay Ghartey and international Model and Actor Boima Akpore and many more.
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