- Ghanaian reggae and dancehall musician Samini has shared a throwback photo of when he used to be a member of music group Trinity
- In the photo, Samini was seen in the company of his other team members K. K. Fosu and Kokoveli
- Before Samini became a solo artiste, he was in a music group with K.K Fosu and Kokoveli as they made hits with their music
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Award-winning Ghanaian reggae and dancehall legend Samini Dagaati has got Twitter buzzing with an old photo.
In the photo which was sighted by YEN.com.gh, a younger-looking Samini posed for the photo with K.K Fosu and Kokoveli.
Deducing from their outfit, it is evident that the photo was snapped during one of their concerts when they were known as Trinity.
At the time, Trinity thrilled fans to hit music and played top events before everyone went their separate ways.
K.K Fosu did the singing, Kokoveli did the rap and Samini came in with the ragga and dancehall vibe.
Just like other groups, Trinity could not survive as the trio got into a misunderstanding, leading to the collapse of the group.
After their break-up as a music group, Samini and K.K Fosu threw shades at one another in several songs.
Kokoveli on the other hand, also released some singles to prove that he can also make it as a solo artiste.
However, it was K.K Fosu and Samini who made the most hit music at the time as Kokoveli did not surface again.
K.K Fosu also went missing in action as only Samini produced hit songs after hit songs till date, adding up to 20 years in the industry.
Samini is currently regarded as a legend in Ghanaian music, rising as the best performing artiste in Ghana.
To celebrate his achievements, the 'Linda' hitmaker is hosting his annual Saminifest Concert in Dansoman coming December 21, 2019.
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