Magnom , real name Joseph Bulley , is a Ghanaian music producer , whose productions are usually a fusion of other genres with AfroBeats. He gained the attention of Ghanaians and won the hearts of many after his hit production “illuminati” with Ghanaian BET award winner Sarkodie.
Magnom grew up around a dad who loved and listened to all genres of music , something he believes made him develop love for music. Regardless , he didn’t get much support from his parents initially , as they saw his love for music production as a hobby.
He started out as a rapper (A duo named the “Dream Team” consisting of himself and Asem) but he quit rap for sometime and during that period , he came across a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) and realised he could actually create music with it .
Magnom attended Christ The King (Kindergarten to JSS) , St. Peters (SHS) and University Of Ghana , Legon (Tetiary) studying Psychology, Linguistics and Religion.
Magnom started working professionally while he was in the university and through working with Asem (who was becoming a mainstream artiste), he was introduced to other mainstream artistes.
Since then he has worked with several top artistes such as Sarkodie , VVIP , Samini , Edem , Raquel, Guru , 2face , Shaker , Flowking Stone and Popcaan just to mention a few and also went on to produced hit songs such as :
- Edem Ft Reekado Banks – NyeDziLo
- Sarkodie – Illuminati
- Sarkodie – Bounce
- Edem ft Lil Shaker & Ice Queen – Koene
- VVIP Ft PhyNo & Idris Elba – Selfie(Remix)
- Asem – Wasted
- Sarkodie ft Stonebwoy – Currency
- Samini ft Popcaan – Violate
- Edem ft Coded – Wicked and Bad
He also released his first ever single titled “Kpa” a song he was supposed to record with Castro before he went missing. So he savaged a sample of his voice and used it in making the “Kpa” Production .
Besides “Kpa” , he also released other singles with “Too Fine” being the latest
Jam Jam Ft. Joey B, Edem, Medal, Dampoo, Pappy Kojo & Shaker
Magnom – Kpa
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