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Kofi Tanoh Out With Aso Me Mu

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much-awaited maiden album of UK-based Ghanaian highlife musician, Kofi
Tanoh, which is currently enjoying massive airplay on some local radio
stations, will be released soon. The album titled, ‘Aso Me Mu’, which
will soon hit music shops across the country, is expected to be
outdoored by Kumasi Market later in July.Kofi Tanoh happens to be one
of the few young and talented highlife musicians based in Europe who
are working tirelessly to keep the flame of Ghanaian music burning.

What is very touching about the album is the sound quality of the
tracks, which could be attributed to the state-of-the-art equipment
used for the recordings.

‘Odo Pa’, one of the soul-winning tracks on the album, is a fast
mid-tempo rendered in highlife, with a beautiful rhythm and a great
bass tune to match. This song offers great inspiration to all music
lovers.

Ghanaian music fans who have listened to some of the songs on radio
would attest to the fact that Kofi Tanoh has added a new flavor to the
music industry with his maiden album.

The album has a total of 12 tracks on the CD and eight on the
cassette, including the reigning track, ‘Odo Pa’, with its glamorous
video featuring the silky-voiced K. Twum aka Rasta.

Kofi Tanoh told BEATWAVES in a chat that his album has been carefully packaged to meet the demands of music lovers.

He is the kind of highlife musician who can thrill his audience with
spectacular performances at all times. Indeed, he has been groomed for
the past years into a complete entertainer who does not only possess a
silky-voice, but also knows how and when to make music fans happy.

One of the hit songs on the album is “Odo Mame Anigye”. This
particular song has a fast tempo tune which any soul music lover would
appreciate. It is indeed an all-time masterpiece, fit for all occasions.

“Sansuo Ma Me” is another bouncy track on the album. There are other songs like “Aye Me De” and “Odo Yewu Nkomo Na Ekume”.

Kofi Tanoh believes Ghana’s music industry has a long way to go in terms of promotion and dealing with piracy.

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