Eric Kwasi Okine Turkson
April 10, 1987
|Other names||Ladies man|
|Alma mater||Prince of peace international School|
|Known for||Known for his silky voice|
Eric Kwasi Okine Turkson (born April 10, 1987),  better known by his stage name DED BUDDY, he is singer and songwriter from Accra. Ded Buddy gain his Exposure in NFL which led him to perform for Stevie Wonder during Panafest in the year 1994  He is known for his silky voice which made his music lovers call him “Ghana’s R&B man”. Eric Turkson presence was established in the hiplife industry years ago. He then released his much anticipated second album entitled “Abofra Wisua”, a follow-up of his first album by December 2005.
Ded Buddy, who is also known as the ladies man, realized his calling into the music industry at the age of 6. He used to sing in churches and he fully realized his talent in music during his secondary school days in Ghana. Friends used to call him “buddy music” because his voice was beyond description.
Life and music career
Eric Kwesi Turkson was born in Accra, Ghana. He completed his Junior high school at Prince of peace international School and completed his Senior high school at Havard college He is known for his back to back hits like “Abofra Wisua”, Fab3 wo so and many more.
Albums and songs
His First album in 1998 Sansankroma had 8 songs such as Snsankroma, Yebesa, Pese woho, Adjoa Second album Tumuda which has 12 songs an EP Love the world having 7 songs, Third album Love having 12 songs, Fourth album Akonoba having 22 songs
In the media
- ↑ Okine Turkson, Eric Kwasi. "Ded Buddy – Over You (Official Video)". Ghana Web. Ghana Web. Retrieved 17 June 2019.
- ↑ Esther Eyra Doe (2015-11-06). "Ded Buddy Talks About Himself, Music And Brand In Latest Interview". yen.com. Yen. Retrieved 6 May 2016.
- ↑ Okine Turkson, Eric Kwasi. "Stop telling old artistes to quit —Ded Buddy". Gifty Owusu-Amoah. Graphic Communications Group Ltd. Retrieved 4 October 2010.
- ↑ Buddy, Ded. "Ded Buddy Returns As Qweci". Daily Guide Africa. newsghana.com. Retrieved Mar 9, 2012.
- ↑ Okine Turkson, Eric Kwasi. "Ded Buddy / Press". reverbnation.com. reverbnation.com. Retrieved 6 March 2014.
- ↑ "Love me love my 'Sakora' – Ded Buddy". livefmghana. livefmghana. Retrieved 5 November 2015.
- ↑ "Sansankroma". mdundo.
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