Nana Boroo rebrands; changes stage name and looks (photo)

Nana Boroo rebrands; changes stage name and looks (photo)

- Nana Boroo has gone on a full transformation for his comeback

- The popular singer has changed his industry name and appearance

- He indicated that his new look was in no way tied to a change in sexuality

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Well-known Ghanaian singer Nana Osei Bonsu, famed as Nana Boroo, has decided to rebrand completely and has altered his stage name and his personal appearance.

The Aha Yede singer after the rebranding would like to be known by the new stage name Berose 3Sixty, dropping the former name Nana Boroo entirely.

As part of efforts to come back strong into the music industry in Ghana, Nana Boroo has also changed his personal looks and it appears he would also change his closet.

Nana Boroo rebrands; changes stage name and looks (photo)

Berose 3Sixty. Source: Instagram (modified by author)
Source: Instagram

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His new look sees Berose 3Sixty sporting a new hairstyle - long braids and a has also put on special contact lenses that see his pupil in a different color.

He spoke in an exclusive interview with popular radio show host Andy Dosty about his transformation.

According to him, the new look was in no way linked to a new sexuality.

He is quoted as saying: "It’s a whole 360 turn. From my image, the way I look and sound. Everything has changed. I don’t know the old Nana Boroo again so it is a different person now. You have to have a look that people can relate to.

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Let me warn gays because I don’t want any problem. They have started texting me. They hit me up telling me I look cute. If you lead them on, then it continues but I love women."

Berose 3Sixty made a lot of headlines in Ghana following the release of some of his songs that became instant party bangers.

Meanwhile, multiple award-winning dancehall artiste, Livingstone Etse Satekla better known as Stonebwoy, together with Ayisha Modi have given singer Fameye huge support on his new project.

The BHIM Nation duo, in their bid to support Fameye’s yet-to-be-released Greater Than Album, have pre-ordered a copy for $1,000 or the local equivalent of GHC5,775.

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The huge boost was announced by Ayisha Modi popularly known on social media as She_Loves_Stonebwoy.

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