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Music Sat, 13 Nov 2004

Nanciouse, The Newest Addition To The Hiplife Scene

Nanciouse Nanciouse, a serious hiplife rapper who raps in Twi and English is coming out with maiden album titled ?Agya Bata? which talks about a traveler who suffers in the city and has to go back to his village to relax and enjoy his village opportunities. The title track on the album is personal experience.

Nanciouse who wanted to join the hiplife wagon way back wasn?t sure which genre of music to chose but after Reggie Rockstone opened a new chapter in the hiplife scene he followed up.

His musical journey began when he was class six and was by then called Anancy. He started with a friend called Moise but went solo after some misunderstanding and at that time, he was a dancer. He really started serious rap after leaving secondary school.

According to Nanciouse he wanted to come out earlier but was faced some financial difficulties that hindered him.

Nanciouse, the newest addition to the hiplife genre will feature Yaw Labito, Etuoaboba, Moise, Tinny and King Ocean Dadaba Japanese on his upcoming album which he hopes will be out next February after he finishes negotiating his deal with her producer, Bernice Nana Donkor of Pretty Woman Productions.

He has ten tracks on cassette and eleven on CD. He has hiplife and highlife tracks and will be talking about life, love and everyday happenings in the country on the album.

He currently has a track with Moise, his old time pal who featured him, Kofi B and Batman. Some songs that you should expect from Nanciouse are 'Agya Bata', 'Obaabi', 'Who Is Who', 'Odo Akuma', 'Asem', 'Konkonsani', 'Anigyi', 'Musuo' and 'Friday'.

For those who have already taken the lead in the hiplife game, he's coming to cause a stir in the game, Nanciouse tells us that he is serious about his musical career and is not bothered about the big names in the hiplife scene.

Nanciouse has been able to get this far and will like to say thanks to his uncle, Baafour Akoto of USA, his father, Naana Donkor, Pretty Woman Productions and all of who have supported him in anyway good way. You can call Nanciouse, the serious hiplifer on 233 27 772 3061 or email at anancy80gh@.yahoo.com to know more about him.



Nanciouse Nanciouse, a serious hiplife rapper who raps in Twi and English is coming out with maiden album titled ?Agya Bata? which talks about a traveler who suffers in the city and has to go back to his village to relax and enjoy his village opportunities. The title track on the album is personal experience.

Nanciouse who wanted to join the hiplife wagon way back wasn?t sure which genre of music to chose but after Reggie Rockstone opened a new chapter in the hiplife scene he followed up.

His musical journey began when he was class six and was by then called Anancy. He started with a friend called Moise but went solo after some misunderstanding and at that time, he was a dancer. He really started serious rap after leaving secondary school.

According to Nanciouse he wanted to come out earlier but was faced some financial difficulties that hindered him.

Nanciouse, the newest addition to the hiplife genre will feature Yaw Labito, Etuoaboba, Moise, Tinny and King Ocean Dadaba Japanese on his upcoming album which he hopes will be out next February after he finishes negotiating his deal with her producer, Bernice Nana Donkor of Pretty Woman Productions.

He has ten tracks on cassette and eleven on CD. He has hiplife and highlife tracks and will be talking about life, love and everyday happenings in the country on the album.

He currently has a track with Moise, his old time pal who featured him, Kofi B and Batman. Some songs that you should expect from Nanciouse are 'Agya Bata', 'Obaabi', 'Who Is Who', 'Odo Akuma', 'Asem', 'Konkonsani', 'Anigyi', 'Musuo' and 'Friday'.

For those who have already taken the lead in the hiplife game, he's coming to cause a stir in the game, Nanciouse tells us that he is serious about his musical career and is not bothered about the big names in the hiplife scene.

Nanciouse has been able to get this far and will like to say thanks to his uncle, Baafour Akoto of USA, his father, Naana Donkor, Pretty Woman Productions and all of who have supported him in anyway good way. You can call Nanciouse, the serious hiplifer on 233 27 772 3061 or email at anancy80gh@.yahoo.com to know more about him.



Source: ghanamusic.com