Kweku Dee’s Biography

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With an undeniable passion for music and an insatiable love for music production, Ghanaian-born producer David, aka, KwekuDee is gradually making a name for himself across the nation.
His story has not been an overnight success, but rather a tale of unfaltering passion and courageous determination to make one’s dream come true. Enchanted by the art of making beats, KwekuDee had his eyes set on becoming a professional music producer since his teens. What began as a hobby 8 years ago has now turned into a career that he could have only dreamed of. His success which can be only attributed to his keen ear for music, unique beat-making ability, and precise mixing and mastering – has seen him very quickly become a household name among music producers in Ghana.
Growing up in Tema, heavily influenced by hip life, he has had a fierce curiosity for anything and everything that has to do with sound engineering. he has spent the past 8 years soaking up a multitude of genres and styles ranging from Afrobeats, Amapiano, hip hop, highlife, drill, and so on, which has undoubtedly shaped him into the unique producer/sound engineer he is today.


After a string of making beats for artists, and even securing a studio in the city, KwekuDee finally had his big break when he had the opportunity to do the soundtrack of a Guinness commercial. This was a turning point for him as it now revealed his potential for greatness. Within a few years, he has already worked on “Saman Puom” and “Fire for Fire”’ by Fayorse. Since then, he has gone on to work on “Oya”, “Long time” and “Call on me” by Albertomusiq on his EP “Can’t stop listening, and he also mixed and mastered the Warming up freestyle by Kwesi Arthur, just to mention but a few.

Producing his album may become the next obvious step in his evolution as a producer, as he is determined to take his profession to the next level.

Connect with Kweku Dee on Social Media,

Instagram: kwekudee__
Twitter: kwekudee_

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