- Samini has got fans nostalgic after sharing a throwback photo
- The photo which has Samini without his trademark rasta hair is from his days as Batman
-Fans have been showering praises on him since the photo came up
Ghanaian Reggae dancehall superstar Samini has stirred nostalgia on social media after sharing a photo online.
In a throwback photo shared on Thursday, September 26, 2019, Samini reminded fans of the olden days when he was performing as Batman.
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In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Samini is seen not wearing his now-trademark rasta hair but in bantu braids.
Though the photo looked old, Samini looked his handsome self as he is considered today.
Sharing the photo, Samini pointed out how long he has been in the music game and he is still going.
The Obaa hitmaker thus expressed gratitude for how his life and how far he ahd come.
"#Tbt it’s been a journey... been there ,done that and still here doing this thing called MUSIC ❤️we give thanks for life still ... #akyesaaaaaaaaaa #untamed," he wrote.
Samini's photo has left fans nostalgic with many reminiscing about the good old days of the award-winning artiste.
@asiawen brought up Samini's signature shout back then: "Yagayoooi. Batman di Dancehall show stopper "
@iamsabartojay could not help but remember the old days: "Omg! it really reminds me of Batman days woow fresh natty guy guy."
@nanabaffg considered Samini as the artiste of the decade: "Gob bless your hustle and still you are my artiste of the decade."
@akuatwinkle was impressed with Samini's physical looks: "You ain't handsome, you are beautiful ...Akyeee saaaaaaaaaa."
@nanaserwaaboatengd described Saminia as a legend: "Legendary ❤️..,.you are worth celebrating akyesaaaaaaaaaaaaa."
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