NINO takes on the world with Ghanaian music
Ghanaian singer NINO, also known in real life as Agyemang Kofi Offeh is not only making history but he is also spreading good Ghanaian music across Africa and the world at large. I have always said this: “Even in your inability, ability stares right in front of you”…when you think conditions and situations surrounding you are not favorable, remember there will always be a leeway for you to shine and do the impossible.
This young talented chap is a living example of the quote. Barely a year and some few weeks ago, Nino got involved in a fatal accident which almost took his life, we thank God he is alive to continue his God given talent, making his voice heard not only in Ghana but elsewhere.
His new single -“FaNoSaa” is literary translated as “be content with what you have”. This composition is a Great masterpiece on a scale comprising of Palm wine, Salsa and Hindi genres of music. What attracts a wider audience to this “chef-d’oeuvre” is that he sang it in Ghanaian local language (Twi), French and English.
No wonder all those who have heard his song give him thumbs up. It is a stated fact that good music has no barriers because most of those who have heard the song don’t even understand the entire lyrics but the music makes sense to them. The composition of the song is simply amazing. Nino is credited with two powerful tracks and many more are cooking in the studios, his songs are mellifluous to the ear and speaks to the heart and mind as well. Nino’s second single has not yet been played in Ghana, but is making head-way elsewhere.
There is massive airplay of Nino’s second track Fanosaa in U.K. Notable among them are Voice of Africa radio in London, D’priest; a DJ of Pure fm in Portsmouth U.K enjoyed playing the song over and over again, Dj Anansi of feelingmandy.fm also in London did justice to the song and the responds were massive. Paladin radio in America and Freemantle radio in Australia went a step further to interview Nino on their show. Capital radio of Malawi, Stara radio in Indonesia and many more have craved for more of Nino’s song because of its uniqueness.
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