Meet the Ghanaian producer Sammy Soso who produced Tyla’s “Water”

Ghanaian maestro Sammy SoSo stands as a multifaceted force in the music industry, boasting an impressive career that spans Grammy-winning productions, songwriting, engineering, and DJing.

His recent accolade includes a production credit for Tyla’s Grammy-winning anthem ‘Water,’ showcasing Sammy’s adeptness at crafting chart-topping hits. This success is just a glimpse into his prolific collaboration with the renowned P2J on Wizkid’s celebrated album ‘Made in Lagos.’ Sammy’s touch resonates on tracks like ‘Sweet One’ and ‘Grace,’ demonstrating his ability to enhance the sonic landscape of global sensations.

The dynamic duo didn’t stop there, extending their creative partnership to Wizkid’s latest masterpiece, ‘More Love, Less Ego.’ Notable tracks like “Bad To Me,” “Everyday,” and “Flower Pads” bear the unmistakable mark of Sammy SoSo’s musical genius.

Beyond the star-studded collaborations, Sammy has left his imprint on the works of other notable artists including Omah Lay and Young T. His versatility as a producer, songwriter, and engineer has solidified his standing in the industry, making him a pivotal figure in shaping the soundscape of contemporary music.

As Sammy SoSo continues to make waves, his journey remains a testament to the limitless possibilities that arise when talent, creativity, and dedication converge in the ever-evolving realm of music.