Ghanaian singer Ras Kuuku has declared Daddy Lumba, real name Charles Kwadwo Fosu, as the best musician in the nation during an exclusive interview with Power FM, presented by Agyeman Prempeh.
The fact that Daddy Lumba’s music is the most frequently played on Ghanaian radio and television, he pointed out, shows that his domination goes beyond personal taste. Ghanaian singer Ras Kuuku brazenly proclaimed Daddy Lumba, real name Charles Kwadwo Fosu, as the best musician in the nation during an exclusive interview with Power FM, presented by Agyeman Prempeh.
Pointing out that Daddy Lumba’s music is the most played on radio and television in Ghana, he highlighted that his domination goes beyond individual preferences.
Ras Kuuku claims that Daddy Lumba is a household name and a mainstay in Ghanaians’ everyday musical diet since his songs routinely reach the top of the charts.
Ras Kuuku made it clear that his decision did not diminish the significance of other iconic performers like Kojo Antwi and Amakye Dede or their contributions to the Ghanaian music industry. He said that these musicians have definitely made a lasting impression on the industry, as have Daddy Lumba’s peers.
Ras Kuuku, however, outlined particular elements that, in his view, set Daddy Lumba apart from the others.
The most notable of these is Daddy Lumba’s distinctive voice, a sound that has appealed to followers for many years. Ras Kuuku emphasized the ageless aspect of Daddy Lumba’s vocals while praising their emotive force and adaptability.
In addition, the “Jah Jah” hitmaker praised Daddy Lumba’s distinctive songwriting approach, characterizing it as a meaningful representation of life’s complex realities. He noted that Daddy Lumba’s ability to address a wide range of issues through his music, coupled with a distinct lyrical prowess, sets him apart as a musical genius.
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