Fiifi Adinkra applauds Sparqlyn for thriving after Dunsin Group
Celebrated Ghanaian brand strategist and PR expert, Fiifi Adinkra can’t help but give a standing ovation of the remarkable journey of Sparqlyn, known in his private life as Ahmmed Kanneh Larweh, for keeping his music passion going after the collapse of Dunsin group.
Fiifi is overwhelmed by Sparqlyn’s ability to not just survive but thrive as a solo artiste after exiting Dunsin and still going strong after five years.
In an industry known for its challenges and competition, Sparqlyn’s resilience and talent have been commendable in the last half decade.
Transitioning from a group to a solo career can be daunting, but Sparqlyn managed it with grace and determination, and the results have been outstanding.
His solo tracks, including ‘Jump On Me’ and ‘Your Body,’ have not only given him relevance on the music scene but have also revealed his distinctive talent that sets him apart from the rest.
While showering lots of praises on him, Fiifi Adinkra, who is the CEO of Adinkra Metrix noted that it takes a special ability of an artiste to continue to create music that captivates audiences after many years.
“Sparqlyn’s resilience and his ability to evolve demonstrates his dedication to his art, skills and passion for what he does,” he stated.
Fiifi Adinkra further applauded Sparqlyn for his remarkable achievements and said that he was eagerly waiting for what Sparqlyn, who was recently enstooled as the Noryam Matse, the Chief of Development for Konor-Odjam Weku in the Manye Krobo traditional area will bring to the music industry in the years to come.