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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

22 hours this month including two sessions and a special tribute to CAN

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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Ama Serwah Genfi (born July 4, 1994), known professionally as Amaarae, is a Ghanaian-American singer, songwriter, producer, and engineer known for her work around representation and gender in music.[1][2][3] After collaborating with artists like AYLØ, Kay-Ara, Yaw P and putting out a few non-album singles, she released her debut 6 track EP, Passionfruit Summers[4][5][6] in 2017. The album features the standout song, "Fluid", which was complemented by a critically acclaimed music video.[7] Amaarae has since added Stonebwoy, Kojey Radical, M3NSA, Santi, Odunsi, B4bonah and very recently, in 2019, the Nigerian Singer-songwriter Wande Coal[8] to the list of artists she has worked with.[5]

Ama Serwah Genfi was born on July 4, 1994, in New York and raised between Atlanta and Accra[5] to Ghanaian parents Ama Bawuah and Kwadwo Boateng Genfi. She is the elder of two children. Amaarae began to experiment with music at the age of 13, when she wrote her first song.[9] In an interview with Unorthodox Reviews, she said "I wrote my first song when I was about 13 and it was a reimagining of R.Kelly and Usher’s "Same Girl".[10] During high school she started making mixtapes and by 17, she took up an internship at a music studio. At university, she undertook voice training and honed her song writing skills while studying English literature and in June 2017 she returned to Ghana.[5]
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