Ghana cannot boast of a dancehall king because we have none yet - Dancehall artiste makes bold statement

Ghana cannot boast of a dancehall king because we have none yet - Dancehall artiste makes bold statement

Albert Nana Kofi Omar, a dancehall artiste in Ghana known by the stage name, D-Sky has revealed that all artistes who were boasting of being 'dancehall kings' needed to take a back seat because there was none in Ghana at the moment.

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Ghana cannot boast of a dancehall king because we have none yet - Dancehall artiste reveals

D-Sky

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According to the musician, he is determined to take Ghana's music industry far and also establish his superiority in the dancehall music genre.

The Dancehall act known to be multi-talented is signed under Baby Cash Records.

Albert Nana Kofi Omar better known as D-Sky, revealed that his role model was Vybz Kartel and that he started his music journey at the tender age of 13 when he started singing and writing his own songs.

In an exclusive interview modernghana.com, he said that Ghana was yet to produce a 'dancehall King' so the self-acclaimed Dancehall Kings had to take a second look at their title.

He however revealed that he was going to be the next big deal in the dancehall game and was going to be matchless when the time came

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The budding dancehall act is currently promoting his new single titled ‘FA B3 TWI’

According to the musician who prided himself as the "Dancehall Emperor D-Sky", his family and friends have shown massive support toward his ambitions.

He added that famous musicians like Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Bounty Killer, Shabba Ranks, gave him a lot of inspiration.

As part of his records, D-Sky, back in 2004 and 2005, wrote his first song titled "Ajwoa" and became the youngest artiste to perform with Samini formerly known as Batman.

He has also performed with Tinny, BukBak, Abrewa Nana and Okomfuor Kwaade at Roro’s Street Carnival.

In 2004, he staged a show at Odorkor-Official Town, a suburb of Accra where he shared the same stage with the late Terry Bonchaka.

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