African music combines the aspects of dancing, singing, and playing instruments. Musical Instruments are used across the globe to produce unique sounds and project the African heritage.
One artist that’s using a musical instrument to promote Ghanaian culture is King Ayisoba. The King of Kologo music grew up in a small village in the Northern part of Ghana. At a very tender age, he started learning how to play the Kologowhile helping his grandfather.
He started performing at shows and events with the late Terry Bonchaka and then caught the eye of Arnold De Boer, who helped him release three albums.
His album Modern Ghanaians became the fastest-selling cassette by an artist from the Northern part of Ghana.
King Ayisoba – I Want To See You, My Father
The King of Kologo music relocated to Accra at a point in his life and released his first song, “I Want To See You, My Father. This song blossomed his musical career, which Arnold De Boer helped him release three albums.
King Ayisoba– Awudome
Awudome is a song that talks about the afterlife. His unique and sleek voice is evident in this song.
King Ayisoba – Africa Needs Africa
This classic folk music from King Ayisoba encourages Africans to come and help build their country. Its gusty and traditional sound makes the song enjoyable.
King Ayisoba – Wicked Leaders
Wicked leaders is a song that encourages good leadership in Africa. African leaders should provide solutions to the problems in their country and also make good use of their resources to grow the economy.
King Ayisoba – Anka Yen Tu Kwai
This song talks about the downside of selling all your properties to enable you to travel outside the country. It also encourages us to work hard since there are so many opportunities in Ghana.