Ghana’s fast-rising singer and “Kwacha” hitmaker, Bashir Gambo has clarified that he did not make any negative comments about the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The songster cleared the air that his picture was mistaken by a number of media houses.
Gambo is a young Ghanaian musician who released his debut track “Kwacha” on February 5, 2020.
In Swahili Kwacha means money and he made the song to inspire young people so that they live a happy life with no stress.
Born in Ghana, the musician left to Guyana at an early age of 5 years but returned to Ghana at the age of 11 to continue his basic education at SAPS and completed there in 2012.
He furthered his education at Legon Presbyterian Boys, where his music passion was ignited.
In 2015, Gambo had a good run for his career as he scooped Ultimate Ghana Teen Choice Award at the Ghana Teens Choice Awards.
Then he decided to further his studies as he enrolled at the University of Ghana, Legon and he graduated with a Diploma Certificate in Public Administration. For the love of knowledge, the Ghanaian star opted to go for his degree.
Moreover, he was the only Ghanaian artist ranked in the top 5 upcoming African Acts in Spark Magazine with his song featuring Fortune Dane and Legacy, “Aye Aye”.
Gambo further invested in his craft by organizing events for big clubs such as Carbon, Onyx, Firefly, Luxe Club, and Paparazzi as well as being in collaboration with big media houses such as 4syte, Shutdown, etc.
Bashir Gambo is a man who doesn’t have a lot of words in person but he is a beast in behind the mic.
The man is down to earth and his aim is to give back and help talented artist’s to make it in the music industry.