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The death of Nana Tuffour has flooded social media platforms with tributes from industry players and many music enthusiasts to mourn the legendary Highlife Musician.

Ghana Trends has the legendary Musician who commanded unique and great vocals with well constructed Lyrics at the top as messages, spanning shock, grieve; memories and celebration of life keeps coming.

Christened James Nana Tuffour, the 66-year-old is said to have departed to eternity in the early hours of Monday June 15, 2020 after a short illness. His body has been deposited at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital Mortuary.

Born on February 14, 1954, Nana Tuffour started his journey in music with Keyboardist Alex Konadu. He later joined the Wanto Wazuri Band as a pianist and subsequently became the Frontman of the band.

Nana Tuffour left for Nigeria with intent of releasing his solo Album. During his stay in the West African country, he worked for the famous King Sunny Ade as a keyboardist.

In 1979, Nana Tuffour released his first album called ‘Highlife Romance’. ‘99 24’ was the accolade his fans used to call him. He had over 15 Albums and a number of Awards to his credit. His popular songs included ‘Abeiku’, ‘Me Yere Dada’, ‘Owuo Sei Fie’, ‘Adeepena’ and ‘Manu Me Ho’. Silveronline24.com will keep you posted with any latest development.



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