NEW VIDEO: ‘Evolution of Ghanaian Music’ by Adomaa

Up and coming new Ghanaian recording Artist Adomaa, has just released a fun new ‘mashup’ video that pays homage to the evolution of Ghanaian music over the years. Check out the video below:

The video begins with Adomaa singing an excerpt from highlife favorite ‘All for you’ by E.T. Mensah. The almost 7 minute long montage, ends with D.Black’s ‘Seihor’ (featuring Castro).

Adomaa’s musical style can be described as a fusion of Jazz, acrobats and everything in between. View the list below for the full list of songs covered and to learn more about this upcoming new starlight, visit her Facebook Page.


1960’s – All for you by E.T Mensah
1970’s – Sunshine day by Osibisa
1980’s – Sokoo na mmaa pe by Amakyi Dede
– Tena m’nkyen by Paapa Yankson and Paulina Oduro
1990’s – Medofo pa by Kojo Antwi
– Maria by Amarh Pino
– Plan ben by Reggie Rockstone
2000’s till date – Didadadi by Rex Omar
– Aso by Kwabena Kwabena
– Otoolege by Ofori Amponsah
– Antenna by Fuse ODG
– Life by R2Bees
– Simple by Bradez
– Kill me shy by D Cryme
– Seihor by D Black ft. Castro

Source: Adomaa’s Facebook

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