MC/producer/songwriter M3NSA rightly ranks top of the list of contributors to Ghana’s rising place on the global music map currently. His music career, dating back to the mid-90s testifies to this starting with a massive production role for the country’s then most prominent urban musician Reggie Rockstone.

Living in the Diaspora, M3NSA has continued to fly the nation’s flag simply by excelling in the various artistic disciplines that he is involved with. He has produced music, collaborated and/or performed with a line-up of artists as distinguished himself:  Asa, Damon Albarn, The Gorillaz, Tony Allen, Amadou and Mariam, The Roots, Led Zeppellin, Flea from Red Hot Chilli Peppers, and fellow Ghanaians Sway, M.anifest and Wanlov the Kubolor are just some of the names.

Off stage too, M3NSA’s successes as an educator since 2006 in the technical skills of music production are equally significant. In this role he has spearheaded leading theatrical productions, workshops and school curricula  aimed in particular at young people who wish to make a practical living in the music business.