The Ghanaian music industry has always had its way to sustain the quality of good music in its very own way; though there are not many means of making the good songs go as viral as the noisy ones does. Highlife, as hard as it has been suppressed, has always been the backbone of Ghanaian music industry due to how original it has always been.
For so long, as long as we all could remember, it is hard to have replacements or to think of it, young rising artists who could fit into the shoes of our living legends in Highlife music if they decide to hang their boots. It is of no news that you can barely mention names of typical highlife musicians because at the end of the day, you end up lining up artists who deviate from the typical highlife music ethics and sound.
Daaduam, a new sensation, who has always been known for his rich highlife music, has released his debut album dubbed “Onipa Su” which means “The Human Nature”. If not mistaking, Ghanaian music has hardly had such a great production from a rising artist. This album is a packed highlife music, rolled together by a solo artist; meaning, no feature.
Daaduam, as versatile as he is, single handedly produced every single song on this album. Styling, versatility and conceptual music, put together in Onipa Su and as typical as it is, this album talks about how Daaduam finds the human mind to be. It talks about how he made music a therapy, how he was almost poisoned and how his life has been ever since he lost his father. Including all the unfulfilled promises and untold secrets he may ever not be able to tell anyone, this album is projected to be one of those timeless music in the Ghanaian music industry.
Have time, stream and digest this masterpiece by the Highlife sensation Daaduam. Feel free to pass along to help anyone searching for a typical highlife music and please do well to follow his social media handles for more updates on his journey.
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