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Don Max & Nambawan Top Upper East Music Chart with New Hit Single

Leading Ghanaian Rap Stars from the Upper East Region, Don Max and Nambawan have made history with their new collabo, “Timadumala” (our mothers) which has been enjoying massive airplay across Northern Ghana few days after its release.
 The song which is in Frafra is themed to project the abilities of women, and has also become an anthem in advocating for women empowerment. It describes the profound contribution of mothers to nation building. The lyrics of the song have been praised by fans as well written to project the pain and toil that confronts mothers in providing for their children’s needs.
In a special interaction with the artistes, they explained the song was meant to amaze their fans and to prove the talents they have to make more hit tracks which will break international barriers. Nambawan further explained many fans pressured them to launch the song after a hint of its release and are glad they listened to the fans who keep supporting them.
Don max has previously released hit singles such as “latohme” and “Poga dela” among others, whiles Nambawan also featured Skery, Trace, Stevo on other songs.
The two promising music stars are very unique and are definitely poised to create a space for themselves across the Ghanaian music industry in their local parlance.

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1 comment

Aniah George September 11, 2021 at 6:54 am

Which part of the frafra land is nambawan coming from?

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