Meet UENR’s Nana B, An Up And Coming Artist

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Boateng Phillip Nana Bediako, known by his peers as Nana B was born and bred in Kumasi, and with a passion for making his own music, he spent a substantial amount of his childhood listening to Sarkodie, Okyeame Kwame, Bradez and a hand full of other artistes.

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Whilst in Angel Educational Complex (J.H.S.) and St. Hubert minor seminary/Senior High School (SAHUS), he used to rap songs by his favourite artistes. His friends encourages him to pursue music after hearing him a few times. One of his songs made waves in his school and some few other places and even “caught the ear” of a producer. Since then, he has been inspired to write songs, he wrote “Long Live the King” and”Nothing Without You” in SHS.

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After years of not working on songs of his own, he met Aytee, a music lover and a student like himself in the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR). It happened that Aytee had a mini studio of his own, so they started working together alongside keeping their academic minds active. He then released “Long Live the King” and”Nothing without You”. The feedback was massive, which got him an audience. He was then featured on a song “Mekporga” by PONY and other songs, all of them produced by Aytee. He later made “Make I know” and “Do Me (love me)”.

Currently, Nana B and Aytee have released another straight hip-hop banger titled “Grind to the Grave”. Ultimately Nana B promises to be a profound and creative artiste. He also dreams of making music that will make waves, not just in Ghana but worldwide. He also aspires to work with Sarkodie, Okyeame Kwame, Flowking Stone and other household names in the industry.

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