Ghostpoet performing live at Musica Festival 2011, Sydney, Australia
|Birth name||Obaro Ejimiwe|
|Born||18 January 1983|
Play It Again Sam (current)
Obaro Ejimiwe (18 January 1983) is a British vocalist and musician better known by his stage name Ghostpoet. His first album, Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam, was shortlisted for the 2011 Mercury Prize. He released his most recent album, Shedding Skin, in 2015, and it was also nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, as was his second album.
Ghostpoet's first single "Cash & Carry Me Home" was released on 24 January 2011, followed by the debut album on 7 February 2011, Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam. His single "Survive It" was launched in Rough Trade East Record store, on London's Brick Lane on 9 May 2011.
Ghostpoet's second album Some Say I So I Say Light was released on 6 May 2013. The album was preceded by the single "MSI musmiD", made available as a free download from SoundCloud in late February. Ghostpoet premiered "Meltdown", the first single taken from his second album, on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show on 20 March 2013.
His third album, "Shedding Skin" was released on March 2nd 2015. The album featured guest appearances by Nadine Shah, Etta Bond, Mélanie De Biasio, Lucy Rose and Paul Smith. The album was shortlisted for the 2015 Mercury Prize. 
Ghostpoet's track "Finished I Ain't" appeared in the soundtrack of Sleeping Dogs
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|Year||Album||Released||Label||Peak Chart Position (UK)|
|2011||Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam||February 4th 2011||Brownswood Recordings||119|
|2013||Some Say I So I Say Light||May 6th 2013||Play It Again Sam||73|
|2015||Shedding Skin||March 2nd 2015||Play It Again Sam||52|
|"Liiines"||September 2011||Brownswood Recordings||4:51|
|"Survive It" feat. Fabiana Palladino||May 2011||Brownswood Recordings||4:21|
|"Cash And Carry Me Home"||January 2011||Brownswood Recordings||3:35|
|"Meltdown"||April 2013||Play It Again Sam||5:05|
|"Off Peak Dreams"||February 2015||Play It Again Sam||3:18|
|2010||The Sound Of Strangers||June 1st 2010||Self Released|
|2011||Entrepreneurs||"Fuck Tactics" feat. Foe||Fear And Records|
|2011||Metronomy||"The Look"||RCRD LBL|
|2011||CocknBullKid||"Asthma Attack"||Moshi Moshi Records|
|2011||Birdy||"Skinny Love"||Warner Music UK Ltd.|
|2007/8||Micachu||Filthy Friends Mixtape||Rough Trade|
|2009||Micachu & Kwes||Kwesachu Mixtape Vol.1||Self Released|
|2011||DELS||"Trumpalump" (Quiet Remix)||Big Dada Recordings|
|2011||The Streets||"Tidy Nice" & "Neat"|
|2012||Micachu & Kwes||Kwesachu Mixtape Vol.2||Self Released|
|2013||Africa Express||"Maison Des Jeunes"||Transgressive Records|
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