After registering his talent in the Ghana music industry with his first single, Darling, artist already making hits in the country confessed that HYFIN is the future of reggae music in Ghana.
The then top reggae and dancehall singer Natty Borax didn’t hesitate to record another blast, Minjoojoo.
Since then the industry has always treated him with open arms, indicating his acceptance by the Ghanaian reggae audience.
Born Edwin Adjei Sowa in Korle Bu, a community that has produced many reggae and dancehall artists in Ghana, Hyfin by age 12 had already fallen in love with the art.
During his basic school days at MOH, the singer appreciated hi God given music talent and developed it when he entered Suhum Sec/Tech for his high school education.
Flouting school rules for studio sessions to record his demos, Adjei Sowa least expected to be the biggest thing ever to happen the Ghana music industry.
Hyfin at the end of his three years in Suhum Sec/Tech school and proceeded to NIIT to pursue curses in computer hardware and networking.
Having gained popularity in the with his Scooby Doo hit single in 2010, Hyfin won a place to perform at the Akwaaba concert, one of the biggest entertainment events in Ghana.
The singer proved to be the future of the genre when he sent a deep message through a song dubbed Thank You. His Thank You song received massive support and has been on the lip of all reggae and dancehall lovers. Even those who never enjoy reggae music from reggae legends sang and made it their ring tones.
After being signed to Drumbeatz Entertainment in 2011, Hyfin started the recording process and he’s out now with a new single, Chupa Chops. On this song, he features Mugeez of R2BEES.
This song promises to be one of most listened songs in the history of Music as entertainment analysts tags it a craft of the century. He explains, the only way he could be heard by the world is to package it in a form of music. He hopes to make the world free of discrimination. Hyfin joined the train on the campaign against stigmatization of lepers in Ghana through his 'Leper' song.
The singer wishes to touch the world in a very positive direction with his music. He would always give back to the society, especially the needy.
“I was sung (born) into this earth and I could only be sung out as well after my message is sent across the world through. I’ll join the next world of music when the trumpet sounds. Music is my life. I’m a Symphony and I’m here to stay”. Hyfin tells the world.