Ghanaian Media Personality and Musician erstwhile Akyeame popularly known as Okyeame Quophi has set the internet ablaze with an interesting statement he made in an interview.
Okyeame Quophi in an interview with Black Rasta on 3fm 92.7 earlier in the afternoon disclosed that he will be leaving Angel Fm as the afternoon drive-time show host, little Black Rasta who was puzzled to the point of not knowing what to say asked him why he has taken that resilient decision.
The Ace Musician answered him and said nothing aside from his contract which he doesn’t want to work with the award-winning media house again.
Yes 31st of May is my last day on Angel Fm, Nothing real I served my contract and I don’t wanna continue, He said
To get more of what he (Okyeame Quophi) has labelled as secret, Black Rasta query him if his wife Stacy Amoateng who also works there is also joining him and this is what he said.
Black Rasta: wife is she leaving too?
Okyeame Quophi: Ask my wife when she comes, I hardly talk for people so is not like am trying to mad the interview but I would let people talk for themselves.
Black Rasta: Has she told you that she will leave?
Okyeame Quophi: It hasn’t come up, in our bedmatics, hallmatics, Kitchenmatics, and nothing will keep me at Angel Fm, He said.
Okyeame Quophi formally known as erstwhile Akyeame has been in the Ghanaian music industry for over a decade. He started with disc jockeying and doing gigs in schools. Through these activities, Pikuss Laryea spotted him and helped him gain TV exposure.
In the mid-90s, he and Okyeame Quame came together to form a duo called Akyeame who took hiplife to another level within and out of the boundaries of Ghana.
They came out with 4 albums and in the year 2000, the duo won the best hiplife rap Song of the year in the maiden edition of the Ghana music awards with their classic piece Massan Aba. They also won the best RAP group at the Sky Award 2001.
The group left the shores of Ghana for the United States. Whiles in the US Quophi took a course in sound engineering and videography. He now manages his own studio EMCLAN Studios where he produces musical clips, soundtracks, and many more. When the group disbanded, he became a radio presenter at Fox FM in Kumasi and also released a solo album.
Quophi was born in Kumasi to Mr. Daniel Quophi Amoateng and the late Mad. Harriet Quayson. He partly grew up in both Accra and Kumasi. He is currently in a radio presenter at Hot FM and the host of Sound Splash on TV Africa, both in Accra. He is married to Ghanaian TV star Stacy Amoateng, and the two have a child.