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Daddy Lumba

Daddy Lumba (born Charles Kwadwo Fosuh, 29 September 1964) is a Ghanaian singer who was based in Cologne, Germany. He was born in Nsuta near Mampong in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. In the early 1980s, he debuted on the highlife scene with his massive hit "Yeeye Aka Akwantuo Mu" with Nana Acheampong. He has been consistent with the release of multiple-hit albums since then and has established himself as one of Ghana's most popular singers of his genre, Highlife.

He introduced a future love song master, Ofori Amponsah, through his blockbuster hit album "Wo Ho Kyere"(1999). Another collaborative effort was with "Ahenfo Kyinye" (2004) with Pat Thomas. His other albums include: "Obi Ate Meso Bo", "Sika Asem", "Ohia Asem", "Playboy", "Sesee Wo Se", "Odo Foforo", "Biribi Gyegye Wo", "Back For Good", "Mesom Jesus", "Hwan Na Otene", "Ebi Se Eye Aduro", "Aben Wo Ha", "Adepa Hye Adepa", "Poison", "Ofie Banbofo", "Mato Odo Mu", "Bubra", "Tokrom", "Asee Ho" and "Odo Bewu Dee". In all he has 22 albums in which he wrote & produced. He recently released his 25th album titled "Sika" in December 2008.

In 1999, he won three awards including best album and the most popular song of the year at the Ghana Music Awards. Before the year 2002, Daddy came out every year with a hit album.

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