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11-Jun-2011  
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Most part of the Hiphop and Hiplife game in Ghana has been dominated by male artistes, but there have been some female artistes who have held their own with their male counterparts and one of such female artistes is no other than Tiffany.

Tiffany Owusu, as she is known in private life, is also well known for her song How We Do It featuring Richie of Lynx Entertainment.

She has also shown her lyrical skills on stage. Tiffany has proven that she has lyrical skills on songs like Aboa Bi, I Can Do It and Throw Money.

Gradually, if she stays on point, she will establish herself as a top notch lyricist and open the doors for future female rap artistes.

Tiffany was influenced by everyday music on radio, music videos on TV and even church music as she was growing up. Tiffany has worked with Lynx Entertainment for some time now and is very conversant with their ways.

On the other hand, Lynx believes in the creativity and exceptional talent of the rap diva, which has contributed to their exceptional working relationship.

The Fake London boy crooner will soon release her debut album, Me Y3 Dehye3, which has the hit song Fake London boy.

The 24-year-old has graced shows like the Fat Joe in Ghana Concert, Rick Ross in Ghana, 020 Live, 4syte Music Video awards to mention but a few.

She has done collaborative works with the likes of Asem, Sarkodie, Mugeez, Chase and Captain Planet. Tiffany is grateful to her manager, Charles Adu Koranteng, and her fans for their supports.
 
 
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