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BOSOM P YUNG PROFILE

Known in real life as Prince Ofori a.k.a Koofori,  Bosom P-Yung was born to a Cocoa purchasing clerk father and mother in Berekum in the Bono Ahafo Region.

He is the youngest of five children of his parents and was raised in his hometown, Berekum.

The “Attaa Adwoa” hit-maker lived in Berekum and Sunyani in the Bono Ahafo Region, and also Kumasi in the Ashanti Region before relocating to stay with a childhood friend at Ofankor in Accra, Ghana.

Bosom P-Yung had his senior high education at Kumasi Anglican Senior High School (KASS) in Kumasi, Ashanti Region of Ghana where he offered General Arts.

He studied Political Science, Information Studies, and Sociology at the University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, where he graduated from.

He is one weird, non-conformist, and maverick Ghanaian artiste with a great sense of humor. The ‘Attaa Adwoa’ hitmaker started as the hype man supporting young Ghanaian rapper, Kweku Smoke.

Bosom P-Yung aka Koofori has a unique of sense fashion and comes with some wild dance moves that can even resurrect the dead.

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Always spotting a fire red-dyed hair as his trademark, Bosom P-Yung took the Ghanaian entertainment media space by storm after releasing his ever-popular song, “Attaa Adwoa” — the song that would forever change his life.

The “Attaa Adwoa” garnered over 1.5 million Youtube views just a few weeks after its release — a feat that is rarely achieved by new and unknown artists in Ghana.

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