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A Leader in Music and Travel: The Accomplishments and Philosophy of King So




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Profile of Solomon Ohene Ankomah (King So)

Full Name: Solomon Ohene Ankomah

Nickname:King So

Date of Birth: August 17, 1982

Place of Birth: Bono Manso, Bono East Region, Ghana

Early Aspirations: As a child, King So aspired to become a visual artist, public speaker, and musician, driven by his inherent talents in these areas.

College:Asuogyaman Senior Secondary Technical School (now Akumfi Ameyaw Senior High School) 2002 – 2005
Awards and Roles:Best School Visual Artist and Singer, President of the Ghana National Association of Adventist Students (GNAAS), and Compound Overseer (C.O).

– Spouse: L/Cpl. Mrs. Eunice Asubonteng Takyiwa Jr. (Maame U)
– ⁠Children:
– Seth Ohene-Baah Soo, 3 years old
– Alfred Ohene Ankomah Agyapong, 11 months old

Current Position:

Manager for Kwasky Travel and Tour, Brong Ahafo Branch
Location:Bono East regional capital, Techiman

Career Overview:

King So’s career spans music and management. He manages a travel and tour company while actively engaging in music, where his powerful diction and audience engagement have marked his unique presence. His music career has led to significant opportunities, including owning a home and achieving fame.

Major Accomplishments:

Music: Selected for the best local song in Ghana for COVID-19 sensitization, sponsored by the World Bank.

Recognition: Chosen over popular Ghanaian musicians for a sanitation project song (Agyananbea), in collaboration with the Ghana Ministry of Sanitation and Water and the World Bank.

Professional Affiliations:

– Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA):Former Treasurer for Bono Ahafo Region
– Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO)

Philosophy and Values:
King So believes in excellence and creativity, viewing mediocrity as detrimental. He advocates for the positive social impact of music, aiming to use his influence to inspire and drive change. He stresses purposeful determination, practice, and faith in God as keys to professional success.

Career Goals:

King So aspires to spread his messages globally, creating positive change through music. He aims to influence both established and emerging musicians, promoting positive control over societal norms and winning souls for Christ.

Advice to Youth:
“Winning or losing is not about size, but about being the best version of yourself where it matters most.”

Memorable Career Moment:
His proudest memory is when his music was recognized as the best local COVID-19 sensitization tool in Ghana, enabling him to engage with high-ranking government officials.

Skills and Strengths:
King So excels in delivering insightful speeches and engaging his audience through dynamic stagecraft. He values creativity, constant practice, and the ability to work beyond conventional limits.

Below are list of some of his music


2. Nkwa-nsuo
3. Moye adehyie
4. Ayeyi nwom
5. Wiase a nteasie nnim
6. Ohaw bi anaa
7. Waye mistake
8. Sesa me hyebre.
9. Wiase a ntiasie nnim accistic
10 Canaan

2. Owuo nkwanta
3. Ghana
4. Mewo nkwa
5. Atemuda
6. Come
7. Kasakyere me
8. Dede (noise)
9. Ghana ( acoustic)
10. Aware pa
11. W’anim

2. Ensuro
3. Se wo pe nkunim
4. Tete wo ba
5. Ebre no nie
6. In the name
7. Mebo nedin
8. Onyame tumi


1.Se mereko yi
2.By his grace
3.Meye oberima.
4.Kyerekyere me
5.Okyere me kwan (midly)

Albums = 3
Songs = 29
Singles = 5
Total recorded songs = 34

Featured in 41 albums, over 70 songs.

First album recorded = 2005

20 years in the industry.

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Joseph And The Kohanim’s ‘I’m A Soldier’: A Song of Hope and Resilience




Joseph And The Kohanim’s new release, “I’m A Soldier,” featuring the powerful vocals of South African lead singer Tazzy L, is here to uplift and inspire.

This anthem serves as a rallying cry for believers to persist in their faith, reminding them of their strength and resilience.

“We were never promised a life without battles,” says Dr. Joseph Opare, the song’s producer and writer. “But as soldiers of faith, we are called to endure hardship, with the assurance that ‘we are more than conquerors.'”

Melli3000 from Jamaica declares in the song, “This we a go sing pon repeat,” as a response to the backing vocals’ emphasis on the words, “We are more than conquerors, oh did you know that?” highlighting its profound impact and uplifting message.

“I’m A Soldier” draws on a rich tapestry of melodies from Christian artists across Ghana, South Africa, and Jamaica. This blend of spiritual motivation and vibrant rhythms is designed to rejuvenate your spirit and call you to regroup for the battles ahead.

Play “I’m A Soldier” during challenging times and let its inspiring riddim lift your soul, allowing the Holy Ghost to minister to you.

Joseph And The Kohanim have consistently showcased their ability to blend various musical genres while delivering powerful messages that resonate with audiences worldwide.

“I’m A Soldier” is a testament to their commitment to creating music that uplifts the spirit and encourages listeners to persevere through life’s challenges.

The single is available on all major music download and streaming platforms. Fans can follow Joseph And The Kohanim on social media for updates on releases, and behind-the-scenes content.

Checkout Joseph And The Kohanim on social media for updates on releases, and behind-the-scenes content.
Listen now and join the fight of faith with renewed strength and determination.

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Akata Kolo Orchestra Presents, “No Pity”




Akata Kolo Orchestra is a musical project led by 9 musicians since 2021, from the Gennevilliers Conservatory.

Coming from various musical horizons, their appetite for groove brought them together around a genre that is funky and soulful, that makes people wanna dance and party: Afrobeat.

Built around a strong brass section, a tireless rhythm section and a radiant singer, A.K.O is ready to make their audience sweat and dance all throughout the night.

After a year on the road playing Afrobeat standards, the band starts composing with the release of their first EP on the
10/27/2023. The project is supported by two venues from the Paris-area
since 2023, The Tamanoir (Gennevilliers) and Canal 93 (Bobigny).

Their latest, “No Pity” is a complete work of art. The short brass sections and snare sensation is so comforting. It takes us back to the 1950s.

Enjoy this great tune from below.

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