One-time local gospel sensation, Kwaku Gyasi, whose music received massive airplay over a decade ago has been spotted and he looks better than before.
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The “enye mahuoden” hit maker is now believed to be based in Canada and is still in the singing ministry. The award-winning gospel singer broke through the music scene in 2004 with his hit gospel song, “Ayeyi”.
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He became so much sought after due to his unique voice, charisma and stage craft. He grew to become an instant household name due to his gospel songs.
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He collaborated with some local gospel greats including Christiana Love who now goes by the name, Obaapa Christy.
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The musician early on in his career indicated that he was inspired by Elder Mireku who he saw as his mentor.
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