New Jersey-based Ghanaian Afrobeats songstress Pamela Esi Haim Darko, known in the showbiz circles as Pam, has officially announced her presence in the Ghana music industry.
Pam, who is signed unto 576 Muzik – a record label owned by renowned sound engineer Pee On Da Beat, announced her presence with her debut record titled “Lowkey” a few weeks ago but decided to take it a little further by meeting the Ghanaian press and some industry personalities to officially make her presence known.
Speaking at a meet-and-greet held at French Fingers on Saturday, November 11, Pam disclosed that music has been part of her since childhood but decided to pursue her education first.
Pam said her parents have been supportive of her education as well as her music career.
She further stated that even though many claim there’s a tough competition in the industry, she strongly believes there’s none. “No, I don’t see anybody as a competition. We are all different. There are multiple lanes on the road so we could share it. As long as no one crosses me when I am ‘driving’, it’s fine,” Pam stated.
Pam, who thinks a breakthrough would be easy for her with the support from the media, added that the year 2018 is going to be a ‘busy year’ for her because she has a lot in the pipeline. According to her, she’s got a bunch of singles to release including high-quality music videos.
She also hinted at a collaboration with A-List artistes including Shatta Wale, Ebony Reigns, E.L, Sista Afia among others.
The Public Relations Officer of 576 Muzik, David Mawuli, also revealed that Pam isn’t the only artiste the record label will be working with. He said there are ongoing negotiations with some international artistes so Ghanaians should watch out for more.
For the meantime, you can enjoy Pam’s latest video for “Lowkey”.


Pamela Esi Haim Darko, known widely in show business as Pam, is a Ghanaian Afro-pop/Afrobeats singer who has endeared herself to many her soothing voice that gives life to vibrant dance tunes.
Born in the Accra suburb of Dansoman, Pam discovered her love for music at age eight playing the violin and singing in the children’s choir. She segued into string bass playing at age 13 and eventually played in orchestras until age 20.
During her time in choral music, she sang in numerous professional choirs, passing auditions hitherto with consummate ease. She also briefly played the tenor saxophone. She reads music in the both bass and treble clefs and is classically trained.
Although Pam has always been passionate about music, her family, dominated by medical practitioners, managed to convince her to enrol at the University of Miami to read Nursing.
Unsurprisingly, along the line, she gave in to her affinity for the arts and diverted her course when she enrolled at the University of London Goldsmiths, studying for a Master’s Degree in Media and Communication.
While pursuing her educational certificates, Pam never did away with her first love, music. In July 2017, she released her first single; ‘Low Key’, this being the culmination of low key recording work since 2013. The song received rave reviews and massive airplay, leading to her being praised as a talent on the rise.
Like other exceptional musicians, Pam is inspired by the inevitable challenges of life as well as a desire to share her life experiences with the world through the art form at which she is adept at.
Pam cites Sade, Rihanna, Tiwa Savage, Beyonce, Alicia keys, Coldplay, Queen, Miriam Makeba and Shakira as her influences. This aside, she maintains a fierce loyalty to her own unique style too, trusting her idiosyncrasies to propel her to global impact.
She already believes she is a rare musical force to reckon with, and it is just a matter of time before everyone else believes same too.
Pam is currently signed to 567 Musik, record label own by Ghanaian international producer Pee On The Beat.

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