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Sammi B passes through

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Sammi B is a popular figure on the Ghanaian entertainment scene. His long association with the music scene, radio and TV is well known.

Sammi B who has established himself as the most exciting voice behind some of the most liked and award winning radio adverts has released an album!

The 11-track album titled, ‘Passin thru’ is a groundbreaking work by Sammi B.

The first time I heard some of the tracks on the album, I knew it was a unique piece of work in a class of its own.

Knowing Sammi B, I had no doubt in my mind that the musical work would break the charts, and every lover of great music would want to have a copy.

In an exclusive interview with ghanabusinessnews.com, Sammi B tracked the origins of his link with music.

“My inclination to music began right in primary school. At Takoradi Experimental,” he said.

“I lived with my cousins, and they were music lovers, so I grew up loving music from that point on,” he told ghanabusinessnews.com.

Sammi B continued his honeymoon with music when he entered secondary school at Ebenezer Secondary School. His exploits during entertainment periods are well known to his mates and others who knew him.

Sammi B entered radio in the early 90s, starting with Radio Sunshine, now Choice FM.

He has been associated with DJ Wood, DJ Mawuli, Ivan Quarshigah and Mark Okraku-Mantey.

He worked at Joy FM where he distinguished himself as an entertainer par excellence, and most regular listeners of Joy FM still miss his creative radio presentations.

‘Passin thru’ is a unique expression of Sammi B’s creativity, somewhat a narration of his life’s journey, which like for most people has been up and down.

The album contains tracks like, Welcome to Ghana, Tongue Tied, which is my personal favourite, Sugar Bambam, Water Pompy, Woanka, Girl of my Dreams and Your Matter.

Other artistes who featured on the album include Adani Best, X Doe, Teddy and Screw Face.

By Emmanuel K. Dogbevi

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  1. Ruben Adiekpornya

    Wishing Sammy B all the very best. I do miss his voice on radio though! Those side-splitting jokes were sometimes useful when he was on radio.

  2. Great album bro! Looking forward to add some SA flava to your trax.
    Keep up the good work