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Please discuss this issue on the article's talk page. November Highlife Afrobeat Afropop Jazz. Dat deed Ambolley al in Retrieved 5 July The African Dream. Retrieved 15 June I'm also willing to listen. I first saw Mr. Gyedu Blay Ambolley in the late 60's in Sekondi. He is a nice gentleman. I served in the Ghana Navy together with his brother and sailed together in the same fleet to Gibraltar in Gyedu Blay Ambolley Simigwa Keep it up Sekunde man! As far back as the early 's when Kitty Daisy Lewis Smoking In Heaven encountered Gyedu Blay Ambolley Simigwa Blay Ambolley, at a pop-chain, I knew he was here to stay.

Gyedu Blay Ambolley Simigwa style of music, his showmanship and above all his humility still stands out as best among all the rest. Keep doing what you do, "Simigwa Thomas Bangalter Spinal Scratch. We love you.

Darlington from Accra wrote on May 7, at pm :. Ambolley the best among the rest. You really inspire us with your tunes. Keep up the good Roger The Many Facets Of Roger bro.


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  1. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, le boss du Simigwa-do est de retour. By Julien Le Gros on 25 novembre / Commentaires fermés sur Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, le boss du Simigwa-do est de retour. À 72 ans, l’un des vétérans du highlife revient avec un nouvel album, 11th Street, Sekondi. Et continue de faire briller son style unique, le Simigwa-do.
  2. Ambolley, affectionately known as the "Simigwa Do Man", was born in the port city of Sekondi-Takoradi, in the Western Region of Ghana, West Africa. The multi-talented, International, Ghanaian Musician celebrated his "Silver Jubilee" in music in
  3. This versatile, irrepressible singer, songwriter, producer and "musical-life-force" exploded on the music scene since with a jazzy highlife sounds called 'SIMIGWA-DO'. Ambolley's name has become synonymous with Simigwa music and dance since his first hit single was released in and that was the first ever recorded rap music commercially in the world before the Sugar Hill Gang in America.
  4. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley, né en à Sekondi-Takoradi au Ghana, est un musicien, compositeur et chanteur ghanéen. Inspiré par l' afrobeat, il est le créateur du genre musical «simigwa» une variante du highlife qui est un mélange d' afrobeat, de reggae, de groove, de soca, de jazz et de creature666.deinfo musical: afrobeat, highlife.
  5. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley Simigwa, released 28 September 1. Kwaakwaa 2. Akoko Ba 3. This Hustling World 4. Toffie 5. Adwoa 6. Fa No Dem Ara Legendary Ghanain album – with one of the music iconic covers ever! – that fuses Highlife, afrobeat, folk and funk. Ambolleys debut solo album originally released in , written and produced with Ebo Taylor.
  6. Explore releases from Gyedu Blay Ambolley at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Gyedu Blay Ambolley at the Discogs Marketplace.
  7. Gyedu-Blay Ambolley was born on the 11th Street in Sekondi, Ghana 72 years ago. On the cover photo, on the right side, is the house of his birth, which was also his parental home. The Ghanaian legend's latest release 11th Street, Sekondi shows off a pride in his heritage, and his honed talent for mixing highlife with other genres like rap, Afro-funk and disco Ghanaian highlife. 11th Street.
  8. Gyedu Blay Ambolley and the Steneboofs Simigwa Soca Gyedu Blay Ambolley and the Steneboofs Simigwa Soca Side 1 Simigwa Soca Abrantsie Bend Down Low Ehuruw A Whewhe Beebi Koto Side 2 Burkina Faso Atwer Nsamanfo Somewhat rare version of this late-era recording by the Ghanaian hiplife originator/highlife innovator Gyedu Blay Ambolley.

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