Tinchy Stryder, born as Kwasi Danquah, is a Ghanaian-English grime vocalist and an industrialist, famously dubbed as ˜The Star in the Hood'. Born in Ghana and brought up in London from a young age, he has a distinctly positive outlook on life despite his tough upbringing and is determined to be a positive role model for kids across the country. Having started learning music at the age of 13, he was seen on pirate radio sets with other well-known grime MCs such as Dizzee Rascal in his teenage years. After appearing in several singles of other bands, his debut album ˜Star in the Hood' was released in 2007. His next album, ˜Catch 22', was his most successful album featuring hit singles such as ˜Number 1' and ˜Never Leave You', both of which topped the UK Singles Chart giving him the first #1 single of his career. Since then, he has distinguished himself from other singers, releasing several other unique singles. Apart from being a vocalist, he is also an entrepreneur serving as the head of several companies. He is the founder and the chairman of the clothing line company, ˜Star in the Hood'. He is also the chief executive officer of Takeover Roc Nation, a global independent record label company, and the founder of Goji Electronics. Over the years, he has emerged as a successful businessman and undoubtedly one of the UK's most exciting artists.
Afro-Pop/Dancehall singer known for hit singles "Kupe" and "Poison." She has more than 290,000 followers on her ebony_reigns Instagram account.
Reggae and dancehall musician most well known for his breakout single "Dancehall King," which won him the title of Artist of the Year at the 2014 Ghana Music Awards. He had previously became known for the pseudonym Bandana.
Striker who joined Al Alin in 2012 after spending two years with Sunderland; became a member of the Ghanian national team in 2003. He was traded to Shanghai SIPG in 2015 and loaned to Al Ahli Dubai the following year.
Award-winning Ghanaian afro-beat singer and songwriter whose hit single "Odo" was one of the most successful singles released in his native country in 2017.
Ghanian afropop singer who made her debut in 2014 with the single "Borkor Borkor." The award-winning singer released her debut album Re-Vee-Lation and followed up with the critically acclaimed sequel Verified in 2015.
Actress and model from Ghana who became known for her roles in the 2007 film Princess Tyra and the 2008 film Playboy.
Ghanian social media star who is famous for her eponymous YouTube channel. She has gained popularity there for her lifestyle, fitness, and dating vlogging.
Ghanaian-born defensive end with exceptional raw talent. He debuted in the NFL in 2013 for the Detroit Lions despite never having played football until 2010.
Known by his nickname, Shaker, he won the 2012 African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. His films include Gangster, Reason to Kill, and Blood of Fire.
Talented midfielder who played for Chelsea from 2005 to 2014 then joined AC Milan; became part of Ghana's national team in 2002.
Singer and winner of the first season of Idols West Africa. He released a popular 2011 single entitled "There's a Cry."