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Watch: Ghanaians Would Have Seen Me As An Upcoming Artistes, If Not For Daddy Lumba’s Recognition – Atea Tina



Famous Ghanaian back-up vocalist for highlife legend Charles Kwadwo Fosu (Daddy Lumba), Atea Tina has expressed explicitly in an interview on the 29th September 2021, on Pure 95.7fm with Koo Sebor ensuing her encounter with him
Ardently when speaking on how she was introduced to the legend Daddy Lumba, she said “I was dumbfounded and couldn’t believe what I was seeing”. At the age of 18 a sound engineer named Kweku Mensah in Holland linked me up to Daddy.

I will give much credit to Daddy Lumba for the recognition he gave me and few others who worked under him, Ofori Amponsah and Borax. With the 5 albums I recorded with him, I always appeared on the CD.

My working relationship with Daddy Lumba came to an end as a result of my marriage. I didn’t want to regret a time in my life where I will feel I didn’t do my best for my kids, now the youngest is 6 and in school so it’s the right moment to keep the burning desire lit.

I went viral when I did ‘Adaka Teaa ‘ by Daddy Lumba, when my mom had passed on . Ghanaians really received me well and with their support I have been able to release ‘By Force’ which features Okyeame Kwame and the latest one ‘My Lover’. Ghanaians would have seen me as an upcoming artistes if not for Daddy Lumba’s recognition.

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