Daasebre Gyamenah was a crowd-pleasing Ghana high-life genre musician. His death left his fans with great pain and anguish on 29th July 2016. Daasebre was a Muslim; his Islamic names are Abubakar Siddiq. His mother died when he was months old.
Daasebre was born as a talented songwriter and singer. His fans will always remember him from his songs, full of meaningful story-lines and wise proverbs.
Daasebre first 80s album disappointed him a lot. He is not among the people who lose hope very fast. He came back to Ghana after spending 7 years in other African states. Gyamenah came back with morale and success on his back. Since then, Daasebre Gyamenah albums are all crowd-movers. Here is a list of the most ranked albums.
Daasebre Gyamenah Kokooko Album
This first Daasebra Gyamenah's album, made him join the world of fame in the whole West Africa especially his country Ghana. He was nicknamed by his fans “Ahoofe,” which means the handsome or beautiful one. Daasebre made a collaboration with Lord Kenya. This album was the stepping point of success for both musicians. It had 10 songs including Kokooko song that really moved the Ghanaians.
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Ultimate Classic Vol.1 Album
This was Daasebra Gyamenah's latest album. It had quite a number of songs, 34 in total. He released ‘A Friend in Need’ track after being imprisoned in the United States in 2006. He was arrested for drug possession. In spite of that, he still released the song that became a real hit in Ghana. In fact, all the songs like the Still in Love track really entertained Ghana.
Daasebra Gyamenah's new album was a gospel album. He was against conflicts between Muslims and Christians. He preached peace and linked his religion with his work. Daasebra never understood why both religions were under each other’s throat. He wanted this album to act as a way of showing his appreciation to the almighty for being with him throughout his life. His experience in London jail was such a pain and had torn him apart.
Daasebra was a real Ghanaian musician hero. He was unwell with cardiovascular disease, which was the cause of his death. He died in one of the best hospitals, 37 Military hospital. The well-known musician will always remain in people’s heart. His tracks are still today sought-after, which is a great honor to the late Daasebra high-life musician. May his soul Rest in Eternal Peace.