Kwesi Ramos

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Nathaniel Afful

( 1991-11-21)November 21, 1991
Accra, Ghana

Nathaniel Afful(born 27 November 1991)[1], better known by his stage name Kwesi Ramos is a Ghanaian Afrobeat singer from Dome, Greater Accra region of Ghana.[1][2] He is independent Artists affiliated to Tassel Records. currently lives in Liverpool UK, He is known for popular songs like Enemies, Knock Knock, Left Right,[2] and Calling.

Early Life And Career

Born in Ghana, Moved to the UK, Liverpool in 2005. Both Parents are from Ghana and lives in Liverpool.[3]

UK-based Ghanaian artist, Kwesi Ramos has shared a new song with accompanying visuals titled ‘Enemies’. Featuring Spooks, ‘Enemies’[4] has had playtime on BBC Radio[5] as well as receiving a ”Best Music Video” award at the Butestreet Festival Awards on 17th March, 2019.

Kwesi Ramos is an Afrobeat artist based in Liverpool, who draws his inspiration from Davido, the Beatles as well as Rocky Dawuni. With this many influences, it is hard to put the music created by Kwesi under one solid genre[6]. Kwesi has also collaborated with mainstream Ghanaian artists such as Kofi Kinaata, Patapaa[7], Ras Kuuku,Philly D, Fameye [8] and many more who is a holder of multiple awards.



No Fear (2018)

Enemies (2019)

Knock Knock (2019)

Left Right ft Patapaa (2019)[9]

Calling ft Fameye (2019)[10]


Genesis 2021


  1. "Artist". Retrieved 2021-04-14.
  2. "Kwesi Ramos". Ghana Music. Retrieved 2021-04-14.
  3. "Cash before call ups prematurely ended my career - Player turned Musician". GhanaWeb. 2019-10-26. Retrieved 2021-04-15.
  4. "Cash". Retrieved 2021-04-15.
  5. "Cash". Retrieved 2021-04-15.
  6. Club, Tassel Records and Arts. "Tassel Presents Afro Pop featuring Kwesi Ramos & Friends - 2019-09-21 September 2019". Evensi. Retrieved 2021-04-15.
  7. NytMare, Blogger's (2019-08-14). "Kwesi Ramos – Left Right ft. Patapaa". Retrieved 2021-04-15.
  8. "Kwesi Ramos drops new single featuring Fameye". GhanaWeb. 2019-11-15. Retrieved 2021-04-14.
  9. Left Right (in español), retrieved 2021-04-14
  10. "Cash before call ups prematurely ended my career - Player turned Musician". GhanaWeb. 2019-10-26. Retrieved 2021-04-14.

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