I am the baddest from the 90s -Samini brags »


Ghanaian musician and CEO of High-Grade Family Emmanuel Andrews Sammini popularly known as Samini has bragged about being the most consistent and relevant musician in this era.

According to the “My Own” hitmaker, most of the musicians he started with in 1999 are out of the system but he is still relevant and active.

Samini stated that he is been in the music industry for two decades and has not faded out because he is the baddest.

“I’m the most consistent and the most relevant from my era. Still on top form. Still playing top 4. We dey before dem start crawl. I’m your favorite artist’s inspiration if only he would tell you the truth lol. I guess not, however, I’m the baddest from the 90s still skanking”, Samini tweeted.

See tweets below;

Samini is a reggae and dancehall musician and his genre of music is a melodious mixture of highlife, dancehall, reggae, and hip hop.

Samini shot to fame after his first single “Linda” topped music charts for weeks. His debut album dubbed “Dankwasere” in 2004 was a massive hit winning two awards at the Ghana Awards.

He has won several awards including the Best African Act at the 2006 MOBO Awards and the African Artiste of the Year at the 2008 Headies Award.

His seventh studio album titled “Untamed” won the Reggaeville 2018 Album of the year.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.

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