Legendary highlife musician Gyedu-Blay Ambolley has shared his story of how he climbed the ladder of success from a young Takoradi boy to a Global icon in highlife music.
Mr. Ambolley told his story of how he had to choose from several career options at a very tender age. According to him, even at a very early age, He knew that music was his God-given talent.
The 74-year-old musician was of the assertion that he is the first person to do rap music on tape.
I started rap music in 1973, there was a rap band that came up around that time in 1974 but I started in 1973, which means that I was the first person to do rap music on tape. He said on the Journey Show on Adom TV
Mr. Ambolley further explained how he worked with numerous music bands before getting into the limelight.
The Journey Show is a weekly Television show hosted by Actress Abena Ghana on Adom TV.
Gyedu-Blay Ambolley is a Ghanaian highlife musician, songwriter, producer, and composer. The first musician from Ghana and the world to formally incorporate rap forms into local highlife rhythms, Ambolley created the musical genre Simigwa.
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