StreetBeatz

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StreetBeatz
Birth nameBright Kwame Appiah
Born (1992-03-14) March 14, 1992 (age 27)
Koforidua, Ghana
GenresHip hop, Afrobeat, Hiplife, Highlife, R&B, Afro-pop
Occupation(s)record producer, creative director
Years active2013–present
LabelsIndie
Associated actsShizzi, EL, Don Jazzy, Richie Mensah, Uhuru, Kanyeria, Jay Q, Hammer of The Last Two

Bright Kwame Appiah, known by his stage name Streetbeatz, is a Ghanaian record producer and creative director from Tema.[1]

Early life[edit]

Streetbeatz, (born March 14, 1992), the first of five children, was born in Koforidua and raised in Tema, to his mother Rosemond Adomakoa. Streetbeatz started music production at a very young age and continued throughout his educational career. He attended Tema Technical Institute.

Musical career[edit]

After Senior High School, Streetbeatz started to live his dream career as producer for many African artistes and the world beyond. He appeared in Groove Zone Records as a computer technician. It was through his computer technics that he met his former production teacher David Kyei (Kaywa) Of Highly Spiritual Entertainment. He also met musicians R2Bees, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Castro. He produced for Castro “ENVY” that features BET Awards Winner Stonebwoy, after being impressed by his production skills. After this exposure, He produced a song for BET Awards Winner Stonebwoy “Twin City”. His third production was for Mugeez of the duo group R2Bees, after he also produced for BET Awards Winner Sarkodie “Adonai (Remix)” featuring Castro that became an instant hit and made StreetBeatz a household name within the Ghanaian music industry. In 2015, he got nominated as Producer Of The Year at the Ghana Music Awards.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Event Prize Recipient Result Ref
2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Music Producer Of The Year Himself Nominated [2]

Production discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 2013
  1. Stonebwoy: Same Girl
  2. Castro: Envy Ft. Stonebwoy
  3. Stonebwoy: Twin City Ft. Humble Dis
  • 2014
  1. Sarkodie: Adonai Remix Feat Castro
  2. Mugeez: Ragga
  3. Edem: Zero To Hero Ft. Akwaboah
  4. Jay Bagz: Control
  5. Vibz: Baby Mama Ft. Sarkodie
  6. Stay Jay: Goodness & Mercy
  7. Keche: Diabetes Ft. Bisa Kdei
  • 2015
  1. Jay Bagz: Crazy
  2. Nuru: Born To Win Ft Ruff n Smooth
  3. Humble Dis: Bend Over Ft. Virgo
  4. Piesie: Party Anthem
  • 2016
  1. Criss Waddle: Bie Gya Ft. Stonebwoy
  2. Donzy: Club Ft. Sarkodie & Piesie
  3. Omar Sterling: Friday Ft. Humble Dis & Teejay
  4. Keche: ATINKA
  • 2017
  1. Dr Cryme: Dab Ft. Piesie
  2. Nana Boroo: Akiti Ft. Donzy
  3. Donzy: Pressure
  4. R2Bees: Plantain Chips
  5. Stonebwoy: Hero
  6. Donzy: Wontia Ft. Flowking Stone
  7. Stonebwoy: Bawasaaba

References[edit]

  1. ^ "StreetBeatz". Beatz Nation. 2016-11-13. Retrieved 2019-04-13.
  2. ^ Pulse Ghana. "VGMA 2015 Poll! Who Wins "Producer Of The Year"?". pulse.com.gh. Retrieved 17 March 2015.