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Abedi Pele Pronounces Kofi Kinaata as his Favorite Ghanaian Musician

Abedi Pele Pronounces Kofi Kinaata as his Favorite Ghanaian Musician


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Abedi Pele Pronounces Kofi Kinaata as his Favorite Ghanaian Musician

Abedi Pele Ayew,Former blackstars captain and legend has declared his love for highlife artiste Kofi Kinaata.

The 1982 AFCON winner has identified the Fante rap-god as his favourite musician and he enjoys his songs.

Speaking on GTV Sports plus, “Time with our captains” the 1993 UEFA Champions League winner said “My favourite musician is the Takoradi based guy, Kofi Kinaata”.

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According to the former Olympique de Marseille forward, He developed love for Kinata when he watched him perform live during a party he was invited. Since then, he has always loved and listened to his songs. “He is my guy”, says the Maestro.

Kofi Kinaata is one of the best fante rappers and Highlife musicians in Ghana and mostly in Takoradi. Kofi Kinaata has made waves with popular hit songs including confession, Sweetie Pie, Susuka ,Oh asay etc and his recent Popular Highife song, “Things Fall Apart”

Kofi Kinaata said it was an honour to be named Abedi’s favourite.He took to Instagram, saying: “It is an honour to be Abedi Ayew Pele’s favourite Ghanaian artiste.

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