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Kwadee Again! 10/9/2007
After going missing from the action for close to one year, what fans expected from Okomfo Kwadee was yet another album of music full of stories told through his trademark powerful traditional lyrics.

But no, when Kwadee re-surfaced it was on the wings of a bizarre story of drug addiction and subsequent mental illness followed by denials from Kwadee`s managers and family. His fans waited.

However, few weeks ago, Kwadee was back in the news not with a new album but with a confession that indeed he had suffered drug addiction, proclaiming the healing powers of Christ and admonishing the devil to go far away from him.

Kwadee, who says he has been healed of his drug addiction through the cleansing of the blood of Jesus, declared that he will steer clear of drugs.

Following this confession, deep throat sources close to the Kwadee camp have hinted GO that he (Kwadee) is currently working on a new album in the studio and will soon come out more ever than before.

Declining to comment further, the sources confided in GO that the new album of Kwadee will be as surprising as the second coming of Jesus Christ.

Okomfo Kwadee, who could be best be described as a story teller in the hiplife industry, was born Jerry Anaba.

He came onto the Ghanaian music scene about six years ago when he released his debut Kwadee. He wooed music lovers with his story-telling style while using powerful and traditional lyrics.

Okomfoo Kwadee who hails from Navrongo in the Upper East Region, attended Martyrs of Uganda Preparatory School in Kumasi after which he proceeded to Navrongo Secondary School.

Okomfoo has since birth dreamt of becoming a musician. His dreams came to reality when he was discovered by Vybetown Records, a subsidiary of Vybetown Entertainment Consult, an entertainment consultancy based in Kumasi.

He has four albums to his credit- Kwaadee, Metoaso, Okomfo Se Koo and Nsem Pi.

Source: Ghanaian Observer

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