Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors

Korsah

BIOGRAPHY

Born at Atonsu in the capital of the Ashanti region of Ghana, Kumasi, Owusu Nkwantabisa well known by his stage name Korsah is an Afrobeat and Hip-Hop artist. He was born to Atta Korsah and Lydia Kunadu on April 12, 1995. The artist was inspired to go into music soon after he lost his mother in 2015.

The event in 2015 was devastating, but he drew inspiration from it. He moved to Accra where he found his love for music. As a young boy, he grew to appreciate Ghanaian music but decided to add a new dimension to it when he got the chance. When Korsah decided to go into music, he took time to understudy music and decided on his genre afterwards. Since then, he has been an admirable figure to many.

Growing up, Korsah attended Atonsu M/A school, where he had his basic education. After finishing his basic education successfully, he moved to Elite College in Kumasi where he studied General Arts.

Korsah took music professionally in 2015 and has made a statement since his debut. His resilience, consistency, and passion have seen his career move swiftly to the top. He has been an independent artist since his debut but with close relation with BMW music based in Chicago and 610 music headed by Kofi Sonny.

Korsah’s outstanding talent came to light when he released “Snapchat” in 2015. The song went viral on all platforms and it became obvious that Korsah would be the next big thing in Ghanaian Hip-hop and Afrobeat music.

Nour Project
Nour Project
Bridging the cultural divide between Arab and European peoples, the Nour Project is a volunteer opportunity in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) area that aims to improve cross-cultural understanding between Europe and MENA. Nour Project is an Egyptian...
King Abid
King Abid
Heythem Tlili, otherwise known as King Abid, presents a genuine, celebratory, and uniting music inspired by his origins. He expresses his love for Jamaica and his admiration for his host nation. The Tunisian prodigy combines Afrobeat, reggae, electro, dancehall, and...
Nana Adjoa
Nana Adjoa
Gifted with subtle stylistic flair and a keen sense of musicianship, Nana Adjoa, is a dynamic explorer based in Amsterdam. Nana Adjoa's life has been shaped by fate and parental influence, as it has been for many other artists. In...
Cotonou City Crew (C.C.C)
Cotonou City Crew (C.C.C)
Cotonou City Crew, often known as C.C.C, is a hip-hop group from Benin that is more than just an independent label. Diamond Noir, Bsyd, Nasty Nesta, and DAC all share the same vision of African Hip-Hop: unrestrained Hip-Hop that is...
FOKN Bois
FOKN Bois, alias M3nsa and Wanlov the Kubolor are the subversive satirists at the forefront of Ghana's booming Hiplife trend, playfully provocative and truly funny music genre-mashers. One of the most well-known bands in the world for their unique brand...
Toya Delazy
Toya Delazy
Toya Delazy, a pianist, producer, rapper, and singer-songwriter, has established herself as one of the most innovative artists in South Africa's booming music business. Toya Delazy, the BET Award nominee and East London based diva, is the creator of AfroRave,...
Ghali
Ghali
Ghali Amdouni alias Ghali, an Italian-Tunisian rapper and record producer, mixes together numerous musical styles in his catchy and hooky songs, developing a style that has consistently placed him at the top of the charts. He was born in Milan...
Angeloh
Angeloh
Angeloh is a firm believer in the relevance of urban Christian media and culture. He is a multi-talented musician, artist, and filmmaker who mentors, supports, and counsels young people on issues of "life and godliness." He produces with the intention...
Dirtsa
Dirtsa
Dirtsa is the modern-day definition of a Renaissance person who cannot be trapped into one specific genre. She makes her debut like a contortionist, flowing with ease between Hip-hop Lo-fi, soul/r&b, and afro trap. The young diva's song reflects a...
ONIPA
ONIPA
ONIPA, an Afro-futurist band led by serial mates Kweku Sackey (K.O.G) and Tom Excell, takes their name from the Akan word for Human and defines themselves as a family with music behind it. Onipa was formed in 2018 by Kwaku...

He went on to release amazing songs like “Free Me”, “I Did It”, “Hold On”, “Show Something”, “Bloom”, “Ahh” among others. He has worked with or featured amazing artists, such as Flowking Stone, Broni, and Kofi Mole.

The artist has shown his prowess when it comes to performance thus, making it obvious he is not only good in the studio but takes the same energy to the stage. Among several performances, Korsah performed at the 2019 Prampram Festival in Accra.

Talk about an amazing Afrobeat or Hip-pop artist in the Ghanaian music industry and one name will definitely come to mind, Korsah. A stage name that has risen through thick and thin in the industry. Korsah has established himself as a proud son of Kumasi with stunning skill and style. The Accra-based Afrobeat and hip-hop artist have set himself apart by only producing or composing songs that are unique in every sense of the word. The rapper believes that the best kinds of music are not the ones that are made with noise, instead, they are those which have a clear message (vibes) and authentic sound.

Korsah has demonstrated on many occasions that, music is not just about the loud sound nor loud voice, but about quality content that will impact every audience irrespective of sex, age, or race. He carefully selects his theme to communicate his aspiration, his dreams, and life’s harsh lessons which together communicate directly to his audience. Korsah has shown resilience, dedication, and exceptional professionalism as far as his music career is concerned.

Korsah is always inspired to do more by his friends or the people surrounding him. He regards their presence as the need to do more. Understandably, having the right people around you pushes you beyond imagination. The Afrobeat and rap addict has been in and out of the studio putting together outstanding music for persistent fans. Korsah’s fan base is fast rising due to the quality of music he releases on a regular basis. He has proved beyond reasonable doubt that he is the next big thing to happen to Afrobeat, Rap, and R&B in Ghana and beyond. This is not only because of his style but his diction and commitment are just admirable.

A first-time listener is always glued and yearning to get more from the young dynamic and talented artist’s music.

Read about similar profileability artistes.

FOLLOW KORSAH

FACEBOOK: Korsah    TWITTER: @realkorsah    INSTAGRAM: @realkorsah

Sharing is Caring: 

FOR BOOKINGS

EMAIL: realkorsah@gmail.com                CALL: +233 50 802 7621

LATEST TRACKS

Sharing is Caring: 

LATEST MUSIC VIDEOS

Sharing is Caring: 

LIVE STREAM