Ghana’s traditional music export King Ayisoba has taken kologo music from the Upper East Region of Ghana to the world. The fire and energy Kind Ayisoba brings to music lovers is exceptional.
King Ayisoba born Albert Apoozore(c. 1974) is a Ghanaian traditional musician known for his unique style of music alongside the kologo. King Ayisoba sings in Frafra, Twi and in English and is a big star in Ghana.
He is often seen in many European shows with his kologo (a two string guitar with a calabash gourd resonator). The instrument is is rhythmic and melodic.
Some of his songs are · Wine Lange, Wekana, Ndeema, King Ayisoba, Grandfather Song, Dapagara, Anka Yen Tu Kwai, Africa Needs Africa, 1000 Can Die Modern Ghanaians feat. Kontihene Kwabena · Obiara Eni Begye.
After his hit song I want to see you, my father, the singer then went to many countries around the world. It seems currently he has an audience there as compared to his native country Ghana.
Earlier this year, the king in an interview on hitx fm called on musicians to be humble so they get the necessary support from industry players. He went on to caution the upcoming musicians to be very humble.
King Ayisoba said that many artists become pompous once they rise to fame. He stressed the importance for artistes to maintain a good relationship with major industry players who can help revive their career in case of any unfortunate happenings. Joy News
In the video, King Ayisoba seemed to be teaching the probable students how to speak his native language.
King ayisoba is having a good time 😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/j4LnTJmSTL
— AbroKyire KaKaP3 🐜 (@3fo_Selormm) March 15, 2018