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$pacely

$pacely, Ghana-born, raised in Switzerland. Yes, like Cosmo Spacely from the Jetsons, his favorite tv show. Back in Ghana in 2012, he started immediately pursuing his music career, and he founded a band with Art Soul Kojo, currently one of the most promising Ghanaian visual artistes. They had fun, but the band eventually broke up, but they are still great friends collaborating on creative ideas. IN 2016 he met Kuvie, a well-known producer and he recorded his first single “Love on Drugs” featuring Darko Vibes who was produced by NXWRTH, another of the members of the music collective “La Meme Gang.” The name “La Meme Gang” it’s clearly influenced by $pacely french talking. In the past year, $pacely has been featured in songs with artistes Joey B and Magnom, but his most successful featuring is probably the one with Kwesi Arthur on his single Digit, again produced by NXWRTH. His voice is warm and graceful with a range that can go from deep notes to falsetto. However, he enjoys rap, and he’s been one of the first of making trap a thing in Ghana. He sings in French and English sometimes mixing the two in a way that resembles a conversation between him and his alter ego.
$pacely
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$pacely, Ghana-born, raised in Switzerland. Yes, like Cosmo Spacely from the Jetsons, his favorite tv show. Back in Ghana in 2012, he started immediately pursuing his music career, and he founded a band with Art Soul Kojo, currently one of the most promising Ghanaian visual artistes. They had fun, but the band eventually broke up, but they are still great friends collaborating on creative ideas. IN 2016 he met Kuvie, a well-known producer and he recorded his first single “Love on Drugs” featuring Darko Vibes who was produced by NXWRTH, another of the members of the music collective “La Meme Gang.” The name “La Meme Gang” it’s clearly influenced by $pacely french talking. In the past year, $pacely has been featured in songs with artistes Joey B and Magnom, but his most successful featuring is probably the one with Kwesi Arthur on his single Digit, again produced by NXWRTH. His voice is warm and graceful with a range that can go from deep notes to falsetto. However, he enjoys rap, and he’s been one of the first of making trap a thing in Ghana. He sings in French and English sometimes mixing the two in a way that resembles a conversation between him and his alter ego.