With over10 years of experience in the music business, has won the hearts of many music lovers in Ghana and some francophone countries with his brand of music.
Adangba's career has been a smooth one, with the public always appreciating in totality the albums that he has released and continues to release over the years.
His music has always been considered international, with both Francophone and afro-pop rhythms. He always resorts to various themes and antics to convey his message with appropriate proverbs where necessary, and that always strikes a listener to appreciate his music.
The northern-based musician, since the release of his first album, has since been consistent with his music career and is making a lot of impact on the local music scene.
His latest album 'African Vibe', with the hit-song Change Your Attitude, seeks to advise people to work extra hard to meet the challenges ahead of them.
The song also educates the masses to desist from acts that seek to undermine the progress of the country; it also urges Ghanaians to be disciplined.
The song advises politicians to desist from making promises they cannot fulfill to win votes from the electorate.
Adangba also sings in English, but he mainly reaches out to his listeners through the local dialect. This in many ways makes him one of the few musicians who have successfully introduced their own style of music into the country.
To him, the inspiration to write his music comes at all times, and he believes that inspiration is one thing that any individual can tap free of charge from the Almighty God.
It is obvious that this belief has been the driving force behind his successful music career.
In an interview, told BEATWAVES that he released his first album 'Daani' in 200I. His second album, 'Sin Love', was released in 2003.
His third album, 'Bochye', which became a hit, was released in 2004.
Adangba further said although he has four albums to his credit he was still working tirelessly to maintain the standard he had attained.
“I love African music, and the likes of Salif Keata. With inspiration from him I have managed to make it to the top, although in the beginning it was tough”, he lamented.
He likes to observe a quite time meditating, and will continue to sing as long as the Almighty God grants him the strength and vision to do so, he told BEATWAVES.
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