Samini – Obimbra (Say No to Rape)

March 06, 2018 at 07:10
Samini - Obimbra (Say No to Rape)

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Emmanuel Andrews Samini (conceived 22 December 1981 in Accra, Ghana), known by his stage name Samini (some time ago as Batman Samini), is a Ghanaian Reggae and Dancehall recording artiste from Wa, Ghana. His classification of music is a pleasant blend of highlife, dancehall, reggae and hip-jump. He terms his image of music as the “African dancehall”. He marked his first record manage Ashanti International. Samini began his own particular record name after he exited the previously mentioned name.

He has discharged Six studio collections, with all being exceedingly fruitful on the business showcase. His prosperity and acknowledgment started when his first single, Linda, was discharged and consequently showing up on other fruitful singles by different artistes.

He began singing in a congregation choir at 14 years old, and turned into an expert performer after a melodic coordinated effort with another artist in 1999. His introduction studio collection, Dankwasere, was discharged in 2004;[6] it bested the nearby music graphs for a considerable length of time and won two honors at the Ghana Music Awards.[7] The collection was upheld by the single “Linda”. He has performed nearby Sean Paul, Akon, Kevin Little, Shaggy, Wayne Wonder, Damian Marley, Bennie Man, Jay-Z, Chaka Demus and Pliers, Culture (of Blessed Memory) and Steel Pulse. He worked together with Steel Pulse and Etana from Jamaica. He has gotten universal acknowledgment and visited the UK, Germany, Italy, Canada, and the Netherlands.

He got global acknowledgment when he won the “Best African Act” at the 2006 MOBO Awards.[8] After discharging his second self-titled studio collection, he won three honors at the 2007 Ghana Music Awards.[9][10] In February 2008, Samini won the “African Artiste of the Year” grant at The Headies.[11] His third studio collection, Dagaati, was discharged in 2008.


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