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Ghanaian gospel artist and songwriter Wesley Kwame Boateng, better known in the gospel fraternity as Daddy Boat, was born to Mr Yaw Acheampong and Mrs Beatrice Brimpong on November 5 1979, at Mim in the Ahafo region.
He is the fifth child among eight children.


Daddy Boat had his Junior High Education at the Methodist M/A Basic School in Mim, which he completed in 1995. He furthered his education at Sunyani Senior High School between 1996 and 2000 as a Business student.

However, Daddy Boat left school for a year after his first year in SHS to work to raise some funds for education. He later returned to school and completed it in 2000.


The crooner wrote his song in 1995 titled “Eye Adom” as a member of The Methodist Choir. He later moved to Kumasi after his secondary education. Although the singer was part of the Methodist Choir, his genre of music was Hilife.

In 2004, Daddy Boat decided to promote his secular songs, and most of the feedback he got from producers and promoters was he sounded like the legendary Daddy Lumba.
Due to that, he stopped music for a while and later resurfaced as a gospel artist in 2005.

He has been working so well, and he dropped his first gospel single titled “Eye Adom” together with the official video in 2023. He later released another one dubbed “Oye Nukwafo,” which features Lindabel.

In addition, He has unleashed a new single dubbed “Kitiwaa Biaa Nsuaa.” He featured legendary Highlife artists KK Fosu and Lindabel

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