Guru – Life Goes On ft. Bisa Kdei

March 22, 2018 at 08:49
Guru – Life Goes On ft. Bisa Kdei

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Maradona Yeboah Adjei (conceived May 7, 1987),[1] known by his stage name Guru, (additionally passes by Gurunkz) is a Ghanaian rapper and form designer.[1][2] Guru is a standout amongst the best hiplife craftsman in Ghana. He is celebrated for his contemporary hiplife rap style that consolidates English and indigenous dialects from Ghana, acquiring him the title the general population’s artist.[3] Guru first rose to distinction in 2012 when his hit melody ‘Lapaz Toyota’ showed up on the Ghanaian music graphs.

With a few hit singles, and honor selections, Guru’s rising achievement has risen above limits. He is one of only a handful couple of Ghanaian craftsman to show up on the outlines in francophone nations too. He is additionally known for his lowliness and close connections to his underlying foundations, continually alluding to the little towns and towns around where he experienced childhood in his music.

Master was conceived on May 7, 1987 in Accra, however experienced childhood in the residential community of Nkoranza, in the Brong/Ahafo Region in Ghana.[1] As a kid he went to Reverend John Teye Memorial School and after that went to auxiliary school in Apam [1] He proceeded with his training at NIIT and IPMC examining engineering and PC networking.[1] Afterwards, went to Zenith College in Accra, Ghana to consider promoting.

Master says his fascinating in music began when he was exceptionally youthful, however he didn’t formally seek after it as a vocation until the point when he ended up performing everywhere occasions while in school like Miss SSS, a national challenge in Ghana.[1] He additionally showed up on national radio projects.

Master was the principal craftsman to win the WAPPI Talent Discovery Program in 2008, a national challenge looking for underground music craftsman.

Master recorded his first mixtape video with Ghanaian music craftsman Sarkodie in late 2009 (it was created by NT 1).[1] His first real element, carrying him into the national spotlight, was on Obrafour’s tune “Kasiebo,” where he was named best highlighted craftsman by 4Syte TV Music Video Awards. At that point he turned out with his first studio collection titled “Stage” which earned him 6 Ghanaian Music Award selections.

In 2012, he discharged the single, “Lapaz Toyota,” affected by Azonto style sounds, the tune rapidly turned into a hit.[1][4] This tune is as yet played across the country on radio stations.[1] It was additionally referenced by lawmakers amid crusades, and played at the Big Brother Africa finals.[1] The video for the melody was granted the best male act by the City People Entertainment Awards.[1] that year he likewise discharged the single, “Karaoke.”

In 2013, Guru turned out with six singles titled Amen, Azonoto Boys, Abena, Nkwada and Alkayida known as “Young men Abre.”

He as of late got a designation for hiplife/hip-bounce craftsman of the year and best hiplife tune of the year for “Pooley Swag” at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards 2016.[5][6] He was depicted by hip-jump craftsman Jidenna Mobisson as one of the best hip-bounce craftsman in Africa alongside WizKid, Don Jazzy and Akon.[6]

Master’s is considered by numerous as a contemporary Hip-Life craftsman, as his melodies wander new ground in the Ghanaian music scene blending hip-bounce, afrobeats, highlife and dancehall sounds.


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