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Fiifi Adinkra Acknowledges Sparqlyn’s Triumph in the Wake of Dunsin Group’s Dissolution

fiifi adinkra acknowledges sparqlyn's triumph in the wake of dunsin group's dissolution

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Fiifi Adinkra Commends Sparqlyn’s Remarkable Tenacity in the Wake of Dunsin Group’s Disbandment

Ghanaian brand strategist and PR expert, Fiifi Adinkra, has expressed his admiration for the exceptional journey of Sparqlyn, also known as Ahmmed Kanneh Larweh in his private life, for his ability to persevere in the Ghanaian music industry despite the dissolution of his former group, Dunsin.

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Sparqlyn’s resilience and success as a solo artist, following the disbandment of Dunsin approximately five years ago, are truly awe-inspiring. The Ghanaian music industry is renowned for its challenges and intense competition, making Sparqlyn’s ability to not only survive but thrive as a solo artist a remarkable feat.

Transitioning from a group dynamic to a solo career is a formidable task, yet Sparqlyn managed it with grace and determination. He seized the opportunity to explore his unique artistic expression, and the results have been outstanding.

His solo tracks, such as ‘Jump On Me’ and ‘Your Body,’ not only sustained the momentum of his previous successes but also showcased a depth and versatility that set him apart in the music scene.

In an exclusive interview with GhanaWeekend, Fiifi Adinkra praised Sparqlyn’s unwavering commitment to his craft. As the CEO of Adinkra Metrix, he emphasized that it takes a truly exceptional artist to overcome adversity, stand tall, and continue creating music that captivates audiences.

Fiifi Adinkra also acknowledged Sparqlyn’s resilience and his evolution as an artist, which demonstrate his unwavering dedication to his craft and his profound passion for the Ghanaian music industry.

Furthermore, Fiifi Adinkra commended Sparqlyn for his remarkable achievements and expressed eagerness to witness the contributions of the gifted artist, who was recently honored as the Noryam Matse, the Chief of Development for Konor-Odjam Weku in the Manye Krobo traditional area, to the music industry in the years ahead.



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Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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