- A Ghanaian drummer has disclosed how he started playing for the Queen of England and the British Royal Family
- The Royal Family found him online whilst searching for an African drummer
- Dodoo believes that he was found by the Family because he always aims for high quality
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Abass Dodoo, a UK-based Ghanaian drummer has revealed how he started playing for the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II, and the British Royal Family.
In an interview with Ameyaw Debrah of Ameyaw TV, Dodoo shared that the monarchy found him online, and reached out to him to be a part of an upcoming event.
His first performance for the Royal Family was during the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Queen.
"One thing that I know is do it well, so when they were looking for an African drummer, they found me online for the first time and said they want me to play for the Royal Family," Dodoo said.
"What they want, I deliver it so well that they keep coming."
He also added that he has been promoting Ghana around the world, and is in the process of introducing himself to Ghanaians.
In other news, Ignatius of TV3 Date Rush fame is finally off the single market after tying the knot with his girlfriend over the weekend of April 18, 2021.
In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, Ignatius is captured happily dancing with his bride while people cheered them on. A woman is seen pushing him closer to his wife as they danced together at the wedding.
Ignatius came to the limelight after his episode was aired on Date Rush. He went against the rule of the show by putting off all light indicators of the ladies.
He was supposed to have switched off just one light of the lady he was not interested in while maintaining the one he wanted, but he did otherwise.
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