Ghanaian Hiplife Artiste dies in US

Zion
Zion January 5, 2022
Updated 2022/01/05 at 7:53 PM
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Ghanaian US-based Hiplife veteran, ‘Unko Scizo‘, whose real name is Joseph Kwame Sogli has been reported dead in his US home.

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This was after he took ill for a short time.

Reports of his death broke on Wednesday, January, 5, 2022.

Scizo is known for releasing a song titled “Make it or break it” to motivate stranded Menzgold customers amidst the Menzgold saga.

The artiste through his music sent a message of hope to the customers of Menzgold.

He also known for his ‘1 Stone’ track, ‘Keshi Kale’ which got a lot asking for more of his songs.

The ‘Make Me Feel You’ hit maker released an album in 2019 titled Highsolation, Vol. 1.The album was a combination of Reggae, Dancehall and Afropop.

The songs on the album included Grace, Make It or Break It, Rare Girl, Paddy Pa, Zoblazo.

Scizo had his basic education at St. Paul’s School at La before moving to St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School.

He also took a couple of professional courses including lessons in sound engineering.

It is unclear what caused his death, but his family is yet to make an official statement concerning his death.

He was married and lived in Las Vegas Nevada with his white wife, known as Judy in the USA.

Below are videos of Scizo’s songs:

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