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Bio

Kwaku Sarpong Adu-Gyamfi (Born March 15, 1994), is a Ghanaian-American rapper, singer, song-writer, record producer, and dancer. At a young age, Kwaku, also known as Q, was inspired by the “King of Pop” Michael Jackson. After falling in love with dance, he soon became a local sensation, performing at talent shows and competitions with his natural break dancing style. Eventually, his undying passion for music led him to teach himself how to sing, rap, and write. With encouragement from friends and family, his popularity began to rise, giving birth to the QCREW.  

Born in Newton, Massachusetts, Kwaku spent the majority of his childhood moving from town to town as well as out of state & country. Luckily, his passion for music & dance connected him with people where ever he went which forced him to grow & adapt. From dancer to recording artist, he refuses to be restricted. With catchy songs and a versatile sound, Kwaku allows his honest storytelling to share not only his stories, but those looking for a voice. Fusing his unique background with his creativity, originality, and strong songwriting ability, he is well on his way to making a big impact in the entertainment world.

Repping Beantown and Queens, NY, St.John's University alum, KWAKU, will soon be a household name.

 

Music

As a singer, rapper, and dancer Kwaku seamlessly mixes hip hop flows with pop melodies to create a truly unique and fresh sound. Stream on Soundcloud below!