There’s nothing we love more than Ghanaians raising the motherland’s flag up high wherever they find themselves. We just had to appreciate these creatives making us proud in their respective fields.
Michael Dapaah (Big Shaq)
The rapper/comedian was catapulted into the limelight when his freestyle, ‘Man’s Not Hot’ went viral. He’s based in London and paid a visit to Ghana last year.
Stormzy’s birth name is Michael Ebenazer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr. He’s an English based rapper and has won many awards. He released his debut album, Gang Sings and Prayer last year.
He’s an American based fashion designer. He works as the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s men’s wear collection and is also the CEO of the OFF-White label.
His full name is actually Idrissa Akuna Elba. He’s a well-known actor and most of us here in Ghana know him for his role in the ‘Beasts Of No Nation’ movie.
The Austrian born actor is of Ghanaian and German descent and even admitted when he was in Ghana earlier this year that he does understand a little bit of the Ga language.
The American based rapper, Victor Kwesi Mensah has performed alongside Kanye West and has even been signed unto Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. He was in Ghana in 2015 for his grandma’s funeral.
Kofi Siriboe was in Ghana last year and is best known for his role in Oprah Winfrey’s series, ‘Queen Sugar’.
The Ghanaian born American comedian is well known and rubs shoulders with the likes of Kevin Hart. He never hides his love for Ghana and is known to visit the country with his wife and kids often.
DJ Abrantie was born Abrantie Boateng and is a well-known media personality in the UK. He’s played for stars such as, Jay Z, Missy Elliot and Akon among other heavyweights.
Nana Richard Abiona popularly known as Fuse ODG is one of the strong forces putting Ghana on the map. His hit song “Antenna” peaked on charts.