Charles Kwadwo Fosu popularly known as Daddy Lumba is an award-winning music icon from Ghana who was born on September 29, 1964, in a village called Nsuta-Amangoase in the Sekyere Central District, near Mampong in Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Daddy Lumba’s dad, the late Owoahene Kwadwo Fosu, who was a teacher passed on when Charles Kwadwo Fosu a.k.a Daddy Lumba was only a child and his mother, the late Comfort Gyamfi, popularly known as Ama Saah, was also a teacher.
To show how Daddy Lumba loved her mother, Daddy Lumba composed a song for her lost mum. Unfortunately, her mum passed on in 2001 and was laid to rest at Pankrono, a suburb of Kumasi.
At a point in his music career, Daddy Lumba re-branded his stage name to DL which also stands for DL. Many hit songs by the maestro include including ‘Anidaso Woho Ma Obiara’, ‘Ohia Asem’, Emmere Pa Beba’, ‘Agya Bi Wua Agya Bi Tease’.
Daddy Lumba is a proud student of Juaben Senior High School (SHS) and he has many awards to his credit including the Ghana Music Awards.