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Kwaku Boakye-Frempong is one of the youngest African composers. He started composing and arranging at age, 15. He is a violinist and a keyboardist in the Deeper Life Symphony Orchestra in Ghana. Some of his compositions and arrangements were performed by the Pope John Senior High School Choir while he was organist in high school.

Most of his songs are in baroque style and classical style. He also has his own gospel songs. And with his stripes and Singing Evangelist are some of his gospel songs.

He has studied Georg Friedrich Händel's composition and wants to revive baroque music. His first most cherished work is Take Counsel Together. (Baroque style).