Ghanaian diva Pam hits harder with ‘Bobo’ [Audio]
New Jersey-based Ghanaian Afrobeats artiste Pamela Esi Haim Darko, aka Pam, has released her official song for 2018 after serving music fans with ‘Lowkey’ last year.
The song ‘Bobo,’ a fusion of Ghanaian and Nigerian groove, is a party anthem that can easily set the mood for dancing.
The 576 Muzik signed songstress in the Afrobeat production tinged with a francophone feel, bears slight likeness to Awilo Logomba, and comes out well with composed lyrics.
‘Bobo’ was produced by ‘Koko’ hitmaker, Pee GH.
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.
Pam is currently signed to 567 Musik, record label own by Ghanaian international producer Pee On The Beat.
Listen to ‘Bobo’ from the link below:
By: Kwame Dadzie/citifmonline.com/Ghana