AList Of The Top Musicians Who Died in 1st half of 2020 Is Out.

2020 hasn’t been all that good to the entire world. The outbreak of the world’s deadliest pandemic COVID-19 and deaths of some industry players caused more harm than good.

Ghana has also had its share of the death of musicians. Take a look at all musicians who died in 1st half of 2020 below:

Nana Tuffour:

Ghanaian Highlife singer and songwriter – Nana Tuffour who is also known as 9-9-2-4’s death was announced on 15 June 2020. He is known for popular highlife songs such as Aketekyiwa, Abeiku among others.

Top Musicians Who Died in First Half Of 2020

The 66-year-old celebrated artist died after a short illness.

Until his death, he was still respected by a lot of music lovers.

Listen To His Song Below:

Prophet Seth Frimpong:

Prophet Seth Frimpong who is known for popular songs such as Okumchola and Mehuris) died on April 24, 2020, at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi after an illness.

Seth Frimpong aka ‘Dancing Prophet’ in 2017 spoke about how diabetes had left him bed-ridden.

Top Musicians Who Died in First Half Of 2020

He got a bit better before passing away. His last project was the remix of his hit song ‘Adansidie’ which features Bro Sammy and Emelia Brobbey.

Watch His Music Video Below:

Kofi B:

Kofi B’s death was the most shocked of all.

Ghanaian highlife musician Kofi Boakye Yiadom aka Kofi B, was still very active in the music circles before he died.

Top Musicians Who Died in First Half Of 2020

Kofi B, born Kofi Boakye Yiadom, was known for hit songs such as Mmbrowa, Bantama Kofi Boakye, Koforidua Flowers among other hit songs.

Till date, his songs bang out pound in most speakers at events.

Watch His Music Video Below:

C.K. Bedi:

CK Bedi was a well known prolific Ghanaian keyboardist. The blind keyboardist was confirmed dead on Monday, April 6, 2020.

Top Musicians Who Died in First Half Of 2020

He was noted for his works on songs like “Serwaa Akoto”, “Ehye Wo Bo”, and “Odo Midi Ntwen Me” by Yamoah’s Band, Akwasi Ampofo Agyei, and Obuoba J.A Adofo respectively.

Listen To The Song Below: