- Adam Ro, a Ghanaian musician who is now based in the US has indicated that he had to work much harder particularly because he is from Ghana
- According to the artiste, it took a number of years for him to gain confidence in the music industry in America
- The Ghanaian artiste is able to sing in Dendi and Hausa as well as English and Twi
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Rashid Rauf Adam, a Ghanaian musician originally from Ashaiman who is now making it big in the United States of America, has disclosed that being from Ghana made his career more challenging.
Narrating exclusively to YEN.com.gh, Adam Ro, as he is popularly called, said he had all it took and was ready to persevere and these helped him a lot on the journey.
According to Adam, he had to work extra hard in order to be able to grow enough confidence in the music industry in America.
“Entering the music industry when there were already big names was not a very easy task. Fortunately, I always had what it takes and it helped me persevere in the industry. Being from Ghana was not a plus point for me for a huge number of years. It took years of hard work to build the confidence that I have today”, he shared.
Back in 2016, Adam Ro released the song African Story, which he tells YEN.com.gh, was received very well by not only African audiences but also people from the west.
"I can say that it was the time when people really got to understand my style of music and what it actually meant,” Adam Ro added.
According to the US-based artiste, his ability to sing in Dendi and Hausa, which are his native languages as well as his fluency in English and Twi made him gain great recognition in America.
Since the pandemic hit, Adam Ro has been releasing more music through streaming platforms such as Apple Music, Spotify, and Youtube.
His most recent works are Higher Man, Mix, Africa Woman, and Schoolyard Crush.
In other news concerning Ghanaians doing wonders abroad, a young and beautiful Ghanaian lady called Deladem Dzotsi has been called to the bar of England and Wales as a qualified barrister on her 24th birthday.
The lady who made the announcement on her personal Twitter handle, @delademdzotsi, indicated that the grand moment in her life took place on May 27, 2021.
Along with the exciting pronouncement, the beautiful 24-year-old lady attached three photos of herself beaming with elegant smiles in her robe and wig.
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