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The resurrection of Terry Bonchaka 11/9/2007
Terry Adjetey, a.k.a Terry Bonchaka, the unique Ghanaian artiste who swung into posthumous glory four years ago is about to shock the world with a new album, containing songs he recorded before his death.

The album, which sources say was slated for release years ago, couldn’t come out due to the sudden death of his Dad, which happened two years after his (Bonhaka). Azar Girl, Elizabeth, Menewobewu, abofra bone, long ago and bronya are some of the songs on the album, most of which are yet to be heard anywhere in Ghana.

Rights of the album were on sale but that option didn’t work out for the Adjetey family as feet-dragging by prospective executive producers delayed the release. Our sources tell us the album will be ready in two weeks’ time and it’s a bomb, we’ve been told. The album mostly recorded at the Zapp Mallet studios also had a touch of Nana King’s genius.

Terry Bonchaka died on October 30, 2003 during a car accident on the Legon-Tetteh Quashie road under disquieting circumstances.

Controversy surrounded his death not long after he was buried as musicians started accusing each other of a hand in it. The Ragga Dada and True son of Africa had been working on this outing long before death came knocking on his door.

The late Terry Bonchaka will forever be remembered as the live wire of almost every event he attended. He is always a delight to watch perform live on stage with good friend King Ayisoba. His idea of wearing African clothing all the time endeared him to a lot of people, especially after his death. Soon, the Poulele flavour will be in town again and Bonchaka will fling lyrics never heard before, not even among the dead.


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