“El Chapo” is trending on Ghanaian media with over 2000 plays on Soundcloud.
“Al Right” aired on online UK radio stations.
“Soweto Rd” is the first Ghanaian music to have an intro done by a South African with extracts from the Xhosa language
Nanabanyin Egyei Wilberforce, widely known as “Brapurple” was born on 3rd February 1997 to parents Fred Wilberforce and Susan Appiah-Otoo. He was born and raised in Takoradi, in the Western Region of Ghana. He had his primary education at Woodbridge International School. Furthered at St. Augustine’s College up until 2014 and currently a student at Methodist University College Ghana.
His interest and love for music grew at an early age with inspirations from local musicians . Back in high school, whilst most boys engaged in popular activities, Brapurple was once a dancer with the musical dream. His first single was “Zulu” in August 2015 and it made quite good airplays.
In 2015, he joined Dopester Music with sensational soul singer Magic (now Hitz Magik).
Debut single “Al Right” by Brapurple was the first single released under Dopester Music on 4th October 2015. The hit features his label mate Hitz Magik. Subsequent to the release of “Al Right”, the african-boy released “El Chapo” which trended on telegram on day of release reaching over 600plays within a few hours.
With the great demand for his music and sound, his fans can look forward to more of Brapurple this year.