Hiplife legend, Kontihene, who is father of two celebrated the 1st anniversary of second child in style yesterday, August 1
Kontihene born Emmanuel Nana Appiah Boateng is a hiplife artiste in Ghana.
Emmanuel grew up in Kumasi, going to Martyrs of Uganda and Opoku Ware Secondary School.
He pursed his tertiary education at Hampshire University where he studied business administration and commercial law.
Kontihene helped introduce jama into Ghanaian music circles through his debut hit, 'Aketesea'.
The 'Aketesea' track subsequently won him Ghana's best song of 2002 and Nyankonton was hailed as one of the best hiplife albums.
He is the first hiplife artiste to be featured by ace musician, Kojo Antwi on his 'Me die ne woa' song (Densu album) and Kojo Antwi man helped him record his second album (Nsoroma).
Some of his popular songs include 'Effeh', 'M'adamfo pa beko', 'Adaadaa', 'Adwoa', 'Migizigi', 'Nkomo de', 'Rekpete', 'Nana wo hene', 'Africa Mama', 'Beverly', 'Gyina pintinn', 'Poppy', and 'Okwaadonto'.