Nana Fynn Songs Mp3 Download

Browse through and Download your favorite songs from Nana Fynn in mp3

Nana Fynn


Nana Fynn

Nana Fynn was born on July 31 to Kweku Acquah Harrison and Gloria Acquah Harrison. His father was the first black person to be admitted into the Royal Marines School of Music, in the United Kingdom. Mr. Acquah Harrison plays about twenty-eight instruments and specializes in the pipe organ.

Nana fynn’s Family

His mother, Mrs. Gloria Acquah Harrison is an educationist and a chorister for over 35 years at the Tema Community 8 Bethel Church. He is the sixth of eight children. It could be said that he is the chip of the old block or better still, a refined chap of the old block.

Nana Fynn Acquah Harrison is his real name but to his numerous fans, he is simply but dynamically called Nana Fynn. He had his primary education at Marines School Tema Community 8.

Early Life

Nana had his ordinary level education at Winneba Secondary School and then his advanced level education at Adisadel College, Cape Coast studying Computer System Analysis, Software Development, and Graphic Arts.

In 2000, Nana Fynn released his first album ‘Ankwansema’ a fancy term meaning a lone ranger in town looking for a wife. In 2001, he released the second album ‘Odo Handkerchief’. ‘Dokodoko’ followed in 2003 which the song titled “I do’ was the hit song.

He released Magic in 2005 with ‘Romeo’ as the hit song. In 2008 he released another album, Twe Wo Ho, which is enjoying a lot of airplay as well. He has won several Ghana Music Awards for his works.

Apart from these albums, Nana Fynn has a song written some gospel songs for Stella Seal, Anita Obeng among others. Nana Fynn has a Pseudo Commercial Studio at Community Nine Tema. He also has a barbering salon for men, New Look Salon. Nana Fynn does not set a definite time for himself to accomplish his goals, he rather sets targets.

The ‘Santrofi’ hit maker likes sports, soccer and plays football and snooker. He also likes to read books that bother on human and black history and religious books like the bible and theology.

Source: Ghana Web