Twenty-seven year-old Abrewa N ana a household name in Ghana is the first female artist in the Ghanaian music industry to have her own album in the contemporary HIP-LIFE category.
A trained accountant who followed her musical aspirations, Abrewa Nana is a skilled dancer and singer with three albums to her credit.
SAGAA was released in 2000 with AFRICAN GAL and MABA released in 2002 and 2004 respectively. An award winner and a well-traveled performer, she’s shared a stage with artists such as Akon, 2FACE and Tony Tetuila. She’s currently recording her latest album, which she hopes to release in July under her own record label.
Abrewanana was born on 3rd December to Isaac Darkwa (an Akan) and Juliana Blankson (a Fanti). She is currently at Goethe Institute studying Deustch but had her primary and JSS education at Datus Complex (Dansoman), SSS at Aggrey Memorial Secondary School and also offered RSD Stage III at Takoradi Polytechnic. Her hobbies are reading, watching films, listening to hip-hop, jazz and hiplife music.
Abrewanana is now firmly established in the rag life game and has 2 successful albums to her credit. She is currently in the studios working on her third album that will hit the music industry in the next two or three months. “The ‘Sagaa’ album got me in the nominees list in the 2nd edition of the Ghana Music Awards as Female Artiste of the Year, Rap Song of the Year and New Artiste of the Year,” she added.
The second album ‘African Girl’ had interesting tracks like ‘Meda Emya mu’ featuring Akosua Agyepong, ‘Sika’ and ‘Wa rushi crushi’. ‘Warushi crushi’ remix had a video clip, which was shown a lot of times on TV stations.
Abrewanana gained international recognition at the Ghana Music Awards UK 2003 when she was awarded the Best Female Artiste of the Year and also staged some performances at UK, USA, Togo and Benin. She really enjoyed her performance at the Terry Bonchaka Nite and also with Tony Tetuila.
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