British-Ghanaian music producer Sammy Soso has joined the list of Ghanaians to put the country on the global recognition.
The British-based songwriter produced the song ‘Water’ which won the newly introduced category for the Grammys, the African Best Music Performance.
The new category was won by South African singer, Tyla with her song ‘Water’ produced by Sammy Soso.
The UK-based Ghanaian producer already had two Grammys’ nominations prior to his achievement at the 66th Grammys.
Sammy Soso’s talent extends beyond “Water” as he also contributed to Wizkid’s Grammy-nominated album “Made In Lagos.
Tyla won the category after her song saw off competition from Burna Boy, Davido, Asake, Olamide, Ayra Star and Musa Keys.
About Sammy Soso
Sammy SoSo is a Grammy-nominated British-Ghanaian record & vocal producer, songwriter, engineer and DJ. In 2016 he went on to create the ‘UK Top 15’ single ‘Transforming’ by KSI.
His work with KSI continued, this time teaming up with Grime MC JME and Grammy-winning producer P2J producing ‘Pull UP’. Sammy and P2J continue to make gold working with Africa’s biggest star Wizkid.
The two worked on ‘Sweet One’ & ‘Grace’ for the album ‘Made in Lagos’. They have also worked on Wizkid’s latest single “Bad To Me”. Sammy also has cuts with Omah Lay, Young T& Bugsey, Blxst and has been working with the likes of Headie One, Tion Wayne Dreya Mac, Pa Salieu.