Meet Blaq Nature Ranks Ghana’s most featured artiste

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Ghanaian born most featured act and a performer Affum Kwame Bekoe Gideon a.k.a Blaq nature ranks was born to the Bekoe family on 15 June 1985 at Osiem in the Eastern Region. He was raised at Abossey Okai.

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A suburb of Accra where He had his basic, secondary and tertiary education predominantly in Koforidua, Ghana. Nature ranks is a recording artist and one of the directors of Africa’s leading music duo company, Rankingfamily Multimedia and Grino Media Limited

@natureranks

After his early living in the eastern region with music he left for Accra where He started his music Career from the House of Music.

Accra where he picked inspiration from Sugar Ranking who was one of the early birds that made a tremendous impact in the evolution of the Ghana music industry.

On his return to the East, he formed the Hi Lyfe Farmily Movement which has empowered most young talents in music and development.

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In the year 2004, Nature’s attention was drawn to his career as an artist when he released his first (radio-friendly ) song titled “Edon” in Koforidua.

Since then he has been working with several radio stations within the Eastern Region of Ghana. Additionally, Nature continues to release singles year in year out up until date

His love for the Eastern Region of Ghana is great and this attracted the affectionate name -the “Star of the East” by some of his fans and love ones

The stage name Nature Ranks was obtained from his ability to till the land and grow his own food for -Nature and affiliation and respect for the Ranking family as Ranks.

Consistently, he has participated in the music industry as an artist and is versatile in setting up events. He has performed on several International Riddim projects around Africa and still pursuing his dream with the Ranking family group of companies.

All these was achieved with the support of his long term boss, friend and manager @deeflames

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