Kin Dee

Award schemes are organized to recognize the hard work, impact and contribution of individuals in the various field of endeavour.

Over the past years, the remarkable contribution of the multi-talented music genius, Kwabena Ofosu Ankomah well known by his claim to fame, Kin Dee, (The King David of our time) is said to have changed the face of music in Ghana.

Kin Dee’s instrumentation which defines the odds, brought Highlife music to his current well-accepted state.

He is blessed with the ability to produce music of any genre, tempo, spend and recording to top-notch.

The year 2019, saw Kin Dee, honoured by three prestigious awards scheme honouring his hard work, devotion and contribution to the development of music in Ghana.

Ghana music awards UK, organised by Alordia Entertainment seeks to award Ghanaian musicians living in Ghana & UK for their diverse contribution to growing Ghana Music globally.
Kin Dee contends with Kaywa, Killbeats, Kuami Eugene, Danny Beatz, Possigee, DDT, M.O.G Beatz for the producer of the year honour.
The main event for Ghana Music Award UK comes off on Saturday, October 5 in London, UK
With its maiden edition, the Ghana Music Awards South Africa aim is to celebrate and award individuals and corporate excellence within the entertainment industry amongst the Ghanaian Community in South Africa

The Best Producer Of The Year for this year’s Ghana Music Awards South Africa nominated Kin Dee Datbeat God, Ephriam, Possigee, Guiltybeatz, Danny Beatz, Kill Beat, M.O.G and Tubhani Muzik

Hosted by Young Mission Entertainment in partnership with FOKS Entertainment, the Ghana Music & Arts Awards Europe 2019 seeks to reward the hard work of Ghanaians within the Music and Arts industry both in Ghana and Europe

The King of Ghana’s Music is hopeful of winning in all awards scheme he has been nominated and looking forward to seeing other musicians he has worked with also going home with smiling faces.

“Good people deserve good music, I am the King of Good Music and I serve good music to good people,” he said