Kwaku Antwi Adjei, with stage name as Small Boy is a 20 year old Ghanaian singer and songwriter who passionately seeks to show the world the hidden view of music from Africa ;a blend of African and western genres. Even though he strives to be versatile musically , he still adores pop ballads and cool music because of its crafty play of words and its gentle flow of emotions. Small Boy believes that music is so powerful a tool to be limited as a mere entertainment; far more powerful than even science and Religion and he seeks to prove it true. From the tender age of four to now, he has been extremely passionate to singing like a man's addiction to sports and that has been the fuel of his determination in grooming himself despite limited resources and facilities. At the age of 7, he discovers his ability to sing whiles crying after being spanked by his mother for misbehaving. He begun singing in church either solo or in choirs with audiences ranging from hundred to thousands and with great mentorship from his mother who is also a singer. Even though still a Christian, Small Boy refuses to be limited by singing only the gospel genre. Currently, Kwaku is a first year medical student in Qiqihar Medical University in Qiqihaer, China. He also has certification from U-Praise Music Academy, a music school in Ghana endorsed by the Ghana Education Service.
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What is your profession (singer, rapper, songwriter, poet, dancer, model, music fan, etc.)?
Singer and music fan
How many members are in your band?
What is your style of music?
A blend of dancehall and afro pop. Sometimes can switch to pops and ballads. Honestly depends on the emotional mood when writing. I really adore alternative music too.
Who are your influences in the music industry?
Rag’n Bone man, Stone boy, John Legend, Rihanna, Adele, Beyonce, 21 Pilots, etc
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