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Dr Cryme

Dr Cryme

Dr. Cryme, the artistic alias of Darlington Agyekum, is a notable Ghanaian rapper and an early advocate for the "twipop" genre, who has further diversified his career by taking on roles as a TV presenter, a brand ambassador, and serving as the CEO of Twipop Recordz.

2000

Early life and education
21 July 2000

Early life and education

Agyekum, born in Tema, initiated his journey into music during his early school days. He pursued his education at the Datus School and subsequently enrolled at ASUTECH in Cape Coast and Sotech in Somanya. Finally, he obtained a certificate in broadcast journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism

2010

Life and music career
21 July 2010

Life and music career

Agyekum, known by his stage name Dr. Cryme, gained underground popularity during high school through the "Kasahare Level" rap competition on Adom FM, leading to a record deal with Ejams in 2010. He released his debut album "Finally Finally" in 2011, and his hit single "Kill me shy" won the "Hip life song of the year" award at the Ghana Music Awards in 2012. His second album, "Showtime," was released in February 2018 and features the popular single "Koko Sakora" with Sarkodie.

2011

Business career and endorsements
21 July 2011

Business career and endorsements

In 2011, Dr. Cryme took on the role of a presenter for 4syte TV, hosting the show 'Top 10 Videos' on ETV Ghana. Simultaneously, he was named the official Brand Ambassador for Samsung Ghana. Additionally, he actively participated in the UN Volunteers Day Chokor project, linked to the Copenhagen conference.

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