Wednesday, 12 September 2012

Ghanaian singer Nino, otherwise known in real life as Agyemang Kofi Offeh, is set to release his latest single titled ‘Fanosaa’. 
Currently, the song is getting applauds from those who had the opportunity to listen it and is making waves in UK and some African countries.
Barely a year ago, was Nino involved in an accident which nearly took his life.
‘Fanosaa’, which literary means ‘be content with what you have’, is described as great masterpiece, with a fusion of palm wine, Salsa and Hindi genres of music.
What attracts a wider audience to this ‘chef-d’oeuvre’ is that he sang the song in Ghanaian local language (Twi), French and English.
Good music has no barriers because most of those who have heard the song don’t even understand the entire lyrics but the music makes sense to them.
The composition of the song is simply amazing. Nino is credited with two powerful tracks and many more are cooking in the studios.
His songs are smooth to the ear and speak to the heart and mind. Nino’s second single has not yet been played in Ghana, but it is making headway elsewhere.
There is massive airplay of Nino’s second track ‘Fanosaa’ in UK. Voice of Africa Radio in London and D’priest; a DJ of Pure FM in Portsmouth UK have played the song over and over again.
 DJ Anansi of also in London did justice to the song and the response was massive. Paladin Radio in America and Freemantle Radio in Australia went a step further to interview Nino on their show.
Capital Radio of Malawi, Stara Radio in Indonesia and many more have craved for more of Nino’s song because of its uniqueness.
A renowned TV personality and topmost female icon in Kenya, Anyiko Owoko, after listening to Nino’s songs, said, “Your tunes are very sensational”.
No wonder international RnB singer, the ‘Replay’ hit maker Iyaz endorsed him as the next big thing from Ghana.
Iyaz is reportedly having talks with Nino to work with him soon. Nino’s management has promised it is going to drop the hit track soon in Ghana for Ghanaians to have a feel of the masterpiece.

Credit  NEWS-ONE



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