Malcolm Nuna’s real name is Malcolm Nunana Hehetror is a Ghanaian musician, songwriter, and rapper. He hails from Hohoe in the Volta Region of Ghana but lives at Spintex-Accra.
He has been doing music since age 8. His first inspiration to write came after listening to “Good Intentions” by Dappy. He looks up to other greats in the Ghanaian music industry such as Sarkodie, EL, and Joey B. He is considered one of the most successful high school artists in the country currently, with three singles to his credit.
Malcolm was born and raised in Spintex, a suburb of Accra, with three siblings. He is currently a final year student at Ghana National College where his love for music was greatly developed and was discovered through Alkiains Entertainment’s Lisa Quama, a dancer and his schoolmate.
Following his introduction to Nelson Ansong, CEO of Alkians Group; the parent company of Alkians Entertainment, he recorded his first studio single titled “Staircase” and went on to record two more singles for his maiden EP. He has performed alongside Tulenkey, CJ Biggerman, Shaker, Fameye, Kofi Mole, Queen Hazel and DWP Academy
Malcolm is known for his peculiar outfits and is mostly seen wearing hooded sweatshirts. He is also considered a music powerhouse in high school circles for his ability to write and deliver music effortlessly. He has been on various Senior High School stages including Mfantsipim School, Accra Academy, and his school Ghana National College.