Adom FM’s Ampofo Adjei drops hit Odo Song & Fans are enjoying -Listen

 Ampofo Adjei Odo Song || Nana Osei Ampofo Adjei, presenter of Adom FM / TV, has released a new highlife single titled Odo.

The new song, which receives huge airplay on some of the country’s selected local radio stations, will be made available in all digital play stores soon.

Mr Leham ‘s single starred experienced Ghanaian singer, Obofour. It is a song which professes the love of a man towards a woman who has failed to reciprocate her affection for the man.

The video of the song, shot at some locations in the capital, will soon be broadcasted on TV screens.

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Mr. Adjei, the son of the legendary Ghanaian high-life singer, Ampofo Adjei, is the definition of “a chip off the old block” since, in addition to his career in journalism, he carried on the music legacy of his father.

He is the Ampofo Adjei Band leader, a highlife band that performs all kinds of songs on local and international programmes.

Mr. Adjei, the host of Adom TV’s Big Agenda, recently released a song entitled Mongyae to counter corrupt activity in the region.

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The new single blamed the Ghanaians for the high level of corruption in the corridors of power, particularly the political class.

The song, featuring the 2016 Bass Awards Songwriter of the Year, Shatta Rako, urged politicians and other bigwigs in various institutions to refrain from “evil” acts that were likely to hinder the development of the country.

Mongyae in the Akan dialect means “Stop It;” therefore the musician aims to warn people engaged in illegal practices to refrain from such actions as it has the potential to stifle the growth of the country.

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“My anti-corruption song should be supported by all Ghanaians, as it would help Ghana tackle the corruption issue that has greatly affected the image of the country,” he told BEATWAVES.




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