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Kwame Partan’s 11-tracked album titled “Me Busa” was officially released on Friday, August 5, 2016 in Accra, Ghana as his sophomore album. This second album was released under his own Management, Loud People Production. About 95% of the songs on the “Me Busa” album was Reggae; it had majority of the productions by Crownzy Beatz.
Track List – “Me Busa”
1. Onipa (Prod. by Black Shanti)
2. Nana Nyame (Prod. by Crownzy Beat)
3. Yibi Ma. (Prod. by Kwik Action)
4. Mame Dough (Mixed by Crownzy Beat)
5. Than Before (Prod. by Crownzy Beat)
6. Mama (Mixed by Crownzy Beat)
7. Aye Din (Prod. by Crownzy Beat)
8. Papa Koti (Prod. by Crownzy Beat)
9. Work Hard (Prod. by Crownzy Beat)
10. Mempe Saa (Prod. by Crownzy Beat)
11. Live Forever (Prod. by Ras David)
Kwame Partan is known as a conscious revolutionist through the power of music and well-decorated lyrics, deep enough that relates well with real life experiences. He is best known for his hit singles “Papa Koti” and “Onipa” – both songs listed on his “Me Busa” album.
“Onipa” Official Video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzRZRnChO4s
Kwame Partan, born under real name “Aaron Ayeh”, has played major concerts in Ghana; notable among them are “Sizzla Live in Ghana” Concert in 2007, “Anthony B & Jah Mason Live in Ghana” Concert in 2012, just to name a few. He has graced other respectable stages in Ghana by fellow artistes. He has also climbed some stages in Germany.
With 2 albums under his belt, Kwame Partan is highly revered within the Reggae sect as one of the best Songwriters and finest live band performers anytime he climbs the stage.
Kwame Partan launched himself unto the music scene professionally in 1999. He started out as a Hiplife artiste rocking various and doing collaborations with the ilks of Becca among others.
He released his debut album “Busa Me”, a Hiplife catalogue in 2003 under Astra Records. Not too long ago after releasing that debut album, Kwame Partan had the calling to switch to Reggae music and his style of genre changed.
Source: Elorm Beenie – Publicist