Michael Ofosu is a young hiplife rapper who’s gleefully wild about his music career. Michael Ofosu is better known in the showbiz circles as Jombi Jombi, a name he acquired when he was in middle school at Nkawkaw Presbyterian school.
Jombi Jombi’s music career is taking full flight with his album, “Half & Half”. “I named it Half & Half because half of my life I was raised in Ghana and the other half I was raised in the United States of America, Chicago”, he said. Watch She's Fine by Jombi Jombi feat. Kudjo
“My album covers every angle, I want the new school and old school to understand that you can reach your dreams no matter how hard it is, and also I want people to take the message I bring as serious and that is I am going to help the game”, he continued about his album.
Jombi Jombi always dazzles his fans with amazing performances of original songs. “I am in the process of playing live band every weekend at Grace African restaurant in Chicago and a lot of states shows coming up soon”, he added.
The multi-talented young artist created a buzz in 2009 with his mix tape titled, “Sweet Heart” which had artistes such as Castro, Screwface, Atta Ghana Boy, Dan Boadi, Young Vim and backed it up with a video titled ‘Baby back’ that had a good air play rotation on TV stations both in Ghana and USA.
People that are as good as Jombi Jombi can simply skip talent shows and create their own path to success.
It is Jombi Jombi’s hope that his music will provide a new means for him to give back to his native country Ghana. “I'm in the studio with Atta Ghana Boy, Kwame Nash, Kudjo and a whole lot of new guys cooking something serious to give to the fans this year. I love music and love to rock shows everywhere so with money or without money the love keeps me going. I wanna cheap in this that, I also get encouraged from my mother, Miss Matilda Boadi”, he said.
Don’t be surprised to see Jombi Jombi in a movie soon because he has started taking acting classes serious.
Jombi Jombi had the voices of Kudjo, Femi Blackup, Tenat, a group called F.O.B, Kumpaa, Castro, Kwame Nash from Amakye Dede band, and Atta Ghana Boy on his album.
Jombi Jombi is definitely making major moves locally and abroad, in front of the mic and behind the scenes….a triple musical threat to reckon with.
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