Abigail hails from Adumasa in the Eastern Region and lives in Tabora, Accra with her parents Janet and Alexander Owusu. She is a studio backing vocalist at PL Productions, Madina. She hopes to bring something new to cut across the world. Ohemaa Mercy inspires her a lot. She believes she will be in the final 4. She loves MTN Hit Maker because it’s original and mature, a show that celebrates people.


Albert is married to Millicent Buabeng and they have two kids (last born is 7 months old). He worships at Believers House of Praise and was the praise and worship leader. He was paid in the church as a singer and later managed to buy his own taxi. He does not have a regular station.

MTN Hit-Maker is the biggest opportunity in his life. His wife, Millicent is happy about his participation. Meanwhile, Albert believes, God is using this opportunity to repay him for all the pains he has gone through. He is bringing African rhythm to gospel music.


Stephen lives in Tema, Community 2. He does music 24/7. He recorded  12 songs and is bringing them to the show. He has been living with his auntie Yaa Serwaa who is his mum’s sister since he was 7 years old because both his parents are dead. His auntie, Yaa Serwaa is unemployed and hustled to take care of him.

Stephen says he is going to blow people’s mind with his music. He has a fan base in Tema. He has been recording with dons’ entertainment owned by Mr Bright who encouraged him to pursue music as a career. Stephen has performed on Adom FM’s Temafest. When asked whether he will win the show he said he leaves everything to God. He will do his best. He is very excited and can’t wait to be on stage.


She lives in Nungua with her parents and is a student at the Regent University studying Human Resource and IT. She has her own style called new pop or new soul. She writes well and will put Ghana on the international music market.


Fiifi lives at Sowutuom with his parents, Mr Sey Armah and Elizabeth Quayson. He is the second born of 3 children. He is a final year student of Takoradi Polytechnic reading Tourism.

Fiifi is a Hip life artist who is bringing a lot of excitement into the game. It all started in the Junior High and the Senior High at Mfantsipim, a Sabah Picot from the A-KATA family. He has gone for shows like the shoe carnival in Tarkwa, Rasta Farian show at the Busia Beach and the Hall Week in UCC. He has also attended a street battle at Quarshieman, opposite the Jah Love Pub.


Prizners is made up of George Kwasi Sarpong aka Abraham and Christopher Boakye Yiadom aka Kojo Boakye. They live in Cape Coast, Amamoma and are graduates of the University of Cape Coast. Abraham read Mathematics because he is just passionate about it while Kojo Boakye also read Mathematics but added Chemistry. Their love for music started in Senior High where they met and called themselves Prizners. They create music on stage and are bringing the theatre or Art of Music to the show. Why Prizners? Because the philosophy is that everybody is a prisoner to something. No man has experienced total liberation.


Jamilatu lives at Zongo Junction, on Sukura/Mamprobi road. She lives with her mom, Joyce Sawyer and he has a stepbrother. She does not like to talk about her daddy. She attended Meridian Pre-University where she studies DBS Marketing and completed in 2013. She has been on Kasahari for almost two years. She became known as ‘seely girl mily’ as a result of her musical prowess in Junior High and Senior High. She is a cool girl and will entertain everybody.


Miguel lives on his own at Kattah in Lapaz, and has been living on his own for 19 years. He does music professionally and owns a studio, Krucyfyx, with his cousin. They have been running the studio for about 10-12 years. He believes he has got it all. He believes he is coming out as a winner, all things being fair. He is a Senior High graduate and comes from Mpraeso in the Eastern region. He is the last born of four. He was mostly inspired by his elder brother, Stone (David Agyapong) but now is more inspired by Damien Marley, Lil Wayne and Nas. His stage name is Qwabyna.


Nana Adobea lives at Odorkor and is married to Eric Tetteh who is a pastor at Hallel Missions in Darkoman. She has a baby girl of 4 years. She sells earrings at Odorkor and has been in music for 20 years. She is 27 years old. She goes to church at Glorious World Chapel and is the main singer at the church. She is a member of the No Tribe Crew and is also a backup singer for Nacy Studios (Accra), K.B Studios (Kumasi) and Okyeame Kofi’s Studio (Accra).


Hussein lives in Efiekuma No 9, Takoradi. He is a graduate of NAFTI where he studied Film Directing. He is the 4th born of 9 children. He is a twin of a girl Hassana Musah.

Way back in Senior High he was 2nd runner up in a street battle in Togo and another street battle in Kano, Nigeria where he was 1st runner up. He also was 1st runner up in a radio competition at Great FM in Accra. He believes MTN Hitmaker is giving all underground musicians the opportunity to let the world hear and see what they are made of.

With a strong backing from the Skyy FM and his fans in the Western Region, he will not disappoint.


He lives in Jumapo in Koforidua with his mum and three (3) brothers. He is the last born. He completed the Kwabeng Anglican Senior High School two (2) years ago.

He started music during street battles until Mr Wings discovered him and recorded his first demo. Mr Wings is his underground engineer. His mother sells Banku, Akple and Kokonte in a Chop bar she owns at Jumapo. It was mummy’s work that took him to school. He wants to become a super star and he is bringing pure Akwapim style to GH Rap music.


Gilbert lives with his parents, Mr Hope Aforve, a fisherman and Mrs Divine Kuffor, a fishmonger at Adina in the Ketu South District of the Volta Region.

Since graduating from Bishop Herman College at Kpando in the Volta Region, Gilbert has been managing his own barbering shop – Cano-Z. He also enrolled part-time at Ghallywood and studied acting and introduction to modelling.

Gilbert started his music career from the Pentecost church and after listening to loads of copyright music, he decided to try his own music. He promises to give all his best on the Hit Maker Show and to return home with the crown.

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