Quophi Nyarko (David Ayensu) is a young Ghanaian budding Spoken word artist of our time. Having mastered this unique oral art, Quophi usually focuses on the aesthetics of word play and intonation mixed with special voice inflection.
Born and bred in the popular city of Ashaiman, Quophy started doing amateur music in basic school together with the now Award Winning Dancehall Artist Stone Bwoy. Along the line, he found his true passion which is Spoken Word. He then started writing short poetry pieces and practiced spoken word. Quophi however pursued poetry professionally after he completed the University. (UCC )
In Quophi Nyarko’s Spoken Word Journey, he has been featured to display his spoken prowess on several platforms; he has been to numerous high schools across Ghana, Ghana Poetry Festival, Kona Night with Kacey Moore among others.
According to Quophi, his primary inspirations comes from God, Family, Life experience and the natural environment of which he as well as uses as most of his subject matter in his delivery.
Globally, Quophi looks up to spoken word figures like Suli Breaks and Sarah Kay whiles on the national fronts, Rhyme Sonny and Poetra Asantewaa greatly influence his works.
Quophi is currently working on his first spoken word EP which includes the hits African Calabash and Ashaiman Boy, that is set to be released pretty soon.
He also tours Senior High Schools each term with the Rhymes&Beats Program that seeks to bring out the love for poetry among students.
Get in touch and follow Quophi on all Social Media Platforms;
Facebook ; Quophi Nyarko
Instagram; Quophi Nyarko
Twitter ; Poetkofinyarko
Watsapp ; 0209360920
Story by BARIMAH CHIEF BLOGGER