Ebo'o's Song Hits Hard

AFTER ANNOUNCING his presence in the Ghanaian music industry with his hit-song, "Once, Twice," Andy Kwabena Adisi, aka Ebo'o, is gradually becoming a big star in the showbiz industry.

His hit-song which is receiving massive airplay on all the local fm stations in the country, is rubbing shoulders with other highly rated ones on the Ghanaian music chart.

Ebo’o is the younger brother of popular radio and TV presenter, Nat Kwabena Anokye Adisi, aka Bola Ray of Joy FM.

He has been following on the heels of his elder brother, having been a radio presenter on Radio Universe, Top Radio and Adom FM.

He has made a number of appearances on a number of Radio and TV programmes like, TV3's Music Music, and been a unique guest on most of the major radio stations in the country.

He is working tirelessly to release his album, Ebo'oni with 11 tracks on CD and the usual eight on cassette.

Ebo’o, declared, "I've got my usual dancehall, highlife, reggae, and gospel beats; in fact, the album is a reminder of what God has done for me."

Some of the songs on the album are Jehovah, Mepe Woa Wogya Meho Ko, Bounce, Marry Me, Yen Do Yenho and the remix of Once, Twice.

For now, Ebo'o has nothing to do with radio presenting; his reason being, he does not want any conflict, anywhere.

He probably might end up playing his own music all the time.

When all was set, Ebo'o would chant his foundtion, "Psalm 121."
He grew up in Obuasi, and is the third of four boys, born and bred by Mr John Adisi and Mrs Gladys Matilda Adisi.