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Dan Amakye Dede is a Ghanaian musician. He is one of Ghana's premier highlife artistes and is called "Iron Boy", "the highlife maestro" and "Abrantie" (Gentleman). Dede began his career in 1973 when he joined the Kumapim Royals as a composer and vocalist. This band, led by Akwasi Ampofo Agyei (AAA), had hits like Abebi Bewua Eso, Wanware Me A, Odo Mani Agyina and the seminal Ohohoo Batani. Dede moved to Nigeria where he had his hit Jealousy go shame.
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- Ohoho Batani - (6:39) - 8 plays
- Beka Me Ho - (5:20) - 6 plays
- Su Fre Wo Nyame - (5:22) - 6 plays
- Bebrebe Yi - (5:40) - 8 plays
- Odampa - (6:03) - 9 plays
- Kae Dabi - (6:25) - 6 plays
- Kanei Maye - (6:35) - 2 plays
- Kose Kose - (7:50) - 3 plays
- Iron Boy - (5:49) - 3 plays
- Broken promises - (6:48) - 2 plays
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