Veteran Ghanaian musician Nana Yaw Wiredu who smashed the music scene in the 90’s with hit song “Wodeede Mu” is back with a new banger featuring hiplife sensation, Patapaa.
The Japan-based musician and dancer who went on low key to rework his brand is back to serve music lovers with more scintillating songs and performances.
The track ‘Asabone’ which was produced by Dr Ray Beat and prominently features Patapaa promises to be ‘crazier’ than former tracks with the solid instrumentation and hard-hitting lyrics.
Nana Yaw has, thus, asked fans to keep their fingers crossed for more ground-breaking records after this opener.
The seasoned musician had his songs “Wodeede Mu” and “Abena Frema” blacklisted in the 90’s over claims that they were profane.
He however disclosed that even while his songs had been banned on radio, he still earned good money off them as there was good patronage of his cassettes at the time; as people were curious to listen to it despite controversies.
Nana Yaw Wiredu in hail days worked with the likes of Slim Buster, Adjetey Sowah and a host of renowned dancers across Africa.
He was adjudged the best Ghanaian dancer in 1991.