Volta Region, one of Ghana’s ten administrative regions has become hub for producing quality musicians.
With top musicians like EL, Stonebwoy, MzVee, Manifest, Edem, Celestine Donkor, Magnom, Worlasi, Yaa Pono just to mention a few , the Region has undoubtedly paid its dues in creating and discovering more talents for the benefit of the entire country and the world at large.
Popularly christened in the Ghanaian parlance as Number 9s, the newest addition to the tall list of musicians from the Volta Region is Dzidu, known in real life as Mawuenyega Dzidu who comes from Aflao in the Ketu South Constituency.
The fast rising musician who is already a household name in the region and neighboring Togo started primary education at the Amazing Love school in Denu and continued to Keta Senior High School and then to the University of Ghana where he acquired a first degree in Bsc Eartg Science
In an interview with attractivemustapha.com, Dzidu revealed that he started nurturing a musical career at the age of eight where he learnt how to play drums and create rhythms.
“I remember at the age of eight when I used to play drums, people in my community were always excited to see me behind the drum and that motivated me to do more”, he stated.
Fifteen years on, the musician says the passion has grown more stronger and will hit the mainstream music industry soon.
According to Dzidu, he love to learn and be original in everything he does as far as showbiz is concerned.
He mentioned American musician of Senegalese descent Akon as his role model and explained that he takes inspiration from his music, loves his personality and his lyrical prowess.
Currently, Dzidu has officially released two powerful tracks which are making waves in the Volta region and which he believes will hit the airwaves and television screens in other regions and takeover the entire country in the coming weeks.