Nat Brew is one of Ghana's most revered musicians and he has a strong history of composing conscious and patriotic Ghanaian songs. Most of his songs are deep and rich with lyrics about society, politics, nationalism and patriotism, history, etc.
Some of the songs include 'We Were There', 'Afrikah', 'Biako', 'Wogbe', 'Pioto', 'Womba Afrikah' and 'One Ghana'.
He recently released 'Ghana For Ever'. It is from his forthcoming (soon) album "Higher Life". It was presented by AfricaTalks in salutation of Ghana Independence, 6 March 2011. Listen to the song this link below.
Amandzeba means "son of tradition" or "tradition child". He is one of the biggest artistes in Ghana and his music style is influenced by the Ga sounds of kpanlogo, the West African Francophone styles, Nigerian juju music, highlife and reggae. He sings in Fante, Twi, Ga, Hausa and many other languages.
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