Highlife Legend, Nana Tuffour Is Dead
Information reaching ThinkNewsOnline indicates that one of Ghana's Highlife Musicians, Nana Tuffour is dead.
According to sources, the Highlife Legend passed away at his residence on Monday.
It is emerging that the Highlife great was suffering from an unknown illness.
His body has since been deposited at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital Mortuary.
ThinkNewsOnline is learning that the talented singer who was noted for his usual 9-9-2-4 terms lost his brother few months ago.
Further information reveals that Nana Tuffour's late brother died as a result of the novel coronavirus.
Many believe that the Late Nana Tuffour might have also contracted the virus which has led to his demise.
The celebrated highlife singer/songwriter came into the limelight in an era when good lyrics superseded good looks.
ThinkNewsOnline is learning that the ‘Abeiku’ hitmaker grew up in Kumasi.
The Late Highlife Sensation has over 15 albums and is said to have joined a band called Wanto Wazuri as a pianist.
The Late Highlife Musician in 1979 released his first album Highlife Romance followed.
ThinkNewsOnline is gathering that Nana Tuffour’s songs were recorded at Bodo Staiger’s Rheinklang studio in Duesseldorf, Germany.
Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith/Mandy Woods