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|Birth name||Lydia Dedei Yawson Nee Tagoe and Elizabeth Korkoi Tagoe|
|Born||27 July 1965|
|Occupation(s)||Recording artist, performer|
Lydia Dedei Yawson Nee Tagoe and Elizabeth Korkoi Tagoe, who are twins, were born to the late Hammond Ayikwei Tagoe and Madam Theresa Aidoo on July 27, 1965. Their father, Hammond Ayikwei Tagoe, was from Korle-Wokon, a suburb of Accra and their mother, Theresa Aidoo, was from Dunkwa-on-Offin in the Central Region. They had their education at the Alogboshie primary and middle school, near Achimota in Accra. Later, they went to the YMCA to learn dressmaking, which they abandoned to venture into singing.
In the early days of their career, the duo worked in a group of three, with Hannah Tsia Mensah, called the "I am Three Sisters".
Awards and nominations
|1990||Entertainment Critics & Reviewers Association of Ghana (ECRAG)||Best Gospel Album||Stay in Heart||Won|
|1994||Entertainment Critics & Reviewers Association of Ghana (ECRAG)||Best Gospel Album||Manya Yesu||Won|
|1990||National Christian Awards Committee||Most Consistent Gospel Group||Won|
|1996||Ebony||Best Gospel Artistes||Won|
|1997||Ghana Music Awards||Best Female Artistes||Won|
|1997||Ghana Music Awards||Best Gospel Album||Anka Matete||Won|
|1997||Konkoma Awards||Best Female Artistes||Won|
|1997||Konkoma Awards||Best Gospel Album||Anka Matete||Won|
|1998||Friends World Awards||Female Music Group of the Year||Won|
|1998||Friends World Awards||Music Video of the Year||Anka Matete||Won|
|1998||Friends World Awards||Female Performer of the Year||Won|
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