Let’s look at hot Ghanaian male celebrities who are single…
The single life might be enjoyable, but we live in an African society that values marriage as some sort of achievement.
On the other hand, there are some advantages to being a prominent Ghanian star and a bachelor.
Especially if the Ghanaian star is stunningly beautiful and exceedingly attractive.
As a result, there’s a good chance they’re not looking for love or are frantically longing for real love.
While some of the Ghanaian actors in this article have had bad marriage luck or have a slew of baby mamas, others are relishing the single life until they find the one.
Here are 5 Ghanaian celebrities who are single and willing to date on their own terms.
Elom Adablah, better known by his stage name E.L, is a Ghanaian Afrobeats artist, rapper, vocalist, and producer who was born on June 28, 1989.
At the 2015/2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, he was named Artist of the Year and Hip-life/Hip-hop Artiste of the Year.
Since 2020, a skilled musician with big songs like “Obuu Mo,” “Kaalu,” “One Ghana,” and “Auntie Martha” has hinted at getting married.
Last year, E.L stated that if he did not marry before the end of the year, he would cross marriage off his bucket list.
Elom is clearly yearning for true love; who knows, you might get lucky if you shoot your shot ladies.
E.L holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in political science from the University of Ghana, Legon.
2. Gardiner, James
James Gardiner is a dashing Ghanaian actor who is clearly still single.
From his baritone voice to his superb looks, he is the ideal bachelor for any woman of his choice.
James Gardiner is a voice-over artist, radio and television presenter, and actor who was born on May 16, 1985.
Born James Timothy Gardiner in Accra, Ghana, he graduated from the University of Cape Coast and has been in various Ghallywood and Nollywood films.
According to an interview with the Modern Ghana blog, James is 5 feet 9 inches tall and a good cook.
Many people fell in love with the attractive actor after he appeared as a villain in the hit online comedy Skinny Girl in Transit.
Since then, he’s had a smooth ride, having recently been in Basket Mouth’s Ghana Jollof flick.
3. Dennis Nana Dwamena
Dennis Nana Dwamen, most often known as KiDi, was born on August 18, 1993.
He is a Lynx Entertainment-signed Ghanaian highlife and afrobeat singer-songwriter-producer.
Kidi rose to notoriety following the success of his smash tune ‘Odo,’ the remix of which included Nigerian musicians Mayorkun and Davido and garnered widespread airplay across Africa.
KiDi, the freckled-faced musician, received Highlife Song of the Year for his hit tune ‘Odo’ at the 2018 Ghana Music Awards. Later, he won Male Vocalist of the Year at the 2019 Ghana Music Awards and Album of the Year at the 2020 Ghana Music Awards for his debut album Sugar.
Kidi earned a degree in Economics and Information Studies from the University of Ghana Legon in 2016.
The light-skinned artist has a son named Zane, with whom he appears in Thriller videos.
4. King Promise
Gregory Bortey Newman, better known by his stage as King Promise, is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter who specializes in highlife and afrobeat.
Killbeatz is King Promise’s manager, and the singer has described him as the most significant person in his music career.
He is signed to the Legacy Life Entertainment record label and is known for songs such as Oh yeah, Selfish, and Tokyo, among others.
In 2016, King Promise debuted on the Ghanaian music scene with his Afropop-influenced breakthrough track “Thank God,” which featured British-Ghanaian rapper Fuse ODG.
King Promise, a dark-skinned singer with a skin low cut, has captivated the hearts of female followers with his looks and music.
King Promise recently collaborated with Chance the Rapper on new music, but the song’s release date is unknown.
5. Omar Sterling
Faisal Hakeem, nicknamed Omar Sterling, is the creator and CEO of R2Bees, a Tema-based Ghanaian hip hop and hiplife duo.
Faisal Hakeem and his cousin Rashid Mugeez make up R2Bees.
Omar Sterling was born in Tema, Accra, Ghana, and raised there.
He has collaborated with famous stars like Criss Waddle, Mr Eazi, DJ Breezy, Sarkodie, Wizkid, Ed Sheeran, Fuse ODG, and many more through his group R2bees.