From the Volta region (Ghana) to the world, experimental musician, singer and songwriter Agbeshie (aka Frank Lawstand ) has made a remarkable impression with his unique stylistic choices and outstanding vocals. His rap influences, stemming out of his classic, emanate throughout Jah Rule’s music. His best-renowned music video, for the song ‘Wrowroho’, went viral in 2019, reaching more than 10 million views. Agbeshie has also collaborated with few great stars in Ghana like; Medikal, Edem, Kelvyn Boy, Cano Z, and many more. Agbeshie is an underrated Ghana artist who blew the minds of Ghanaians to make his impression on the international airwaves. His powerful soulful-rap songs deal with personal, at times taboo issues: for instance, the 2019 single ‘God’ alludes to the artist’s struggles and depression. He won the Best Artist of the year in the Volta Region Music Awards and also nominated for the same category in the Ghana Music Awards (GMA).
EARLY LIFE AND EDUCATION
Frank Lawstand also know by the stage name Agbeshie which literally means “LIFE”. He hails from the Volta Region of Ghana. Born and bred by Mr. Michael Lawstand and Miss Charlotte Ayoko Mensah in the Volta Region of Ghana. He is the last born out of six wonderful siblings. He had his basic school at Salvation Army School in the Volta region and continued to New Century Vocational Institute at Accra in Dansoman.
“I see my talent in me. I discovered myself as far as my mother’s womb” Agbeshie said so. Father high skull helped him nurtured his talent. He listens to a few Ghanaian rappers like Kojo Antwi, Daddy Lumba, Reggie Rockstone, Ayigbe Edem, Sarkodie, and many more. He claims Jah Rule has been his inspiration and mentor. He won the 2018 artist of the year in the Volta Music Awards and also got nominated for 2109 VGMA for the artiste of the year. All media houses across the length and breadth of the country have hosted him in their studios. Recently he toured the United Kingdom with his hit single “Wrowroho”.