Comfort Tamah, widely known by her stage name C.T Baby, is a talented female musician hailing from northern Ghana. Currently residing in Accra, she has been making waves in the music industry for the past four years, captivating audiences with her melodious voice and captivating performances.
C.T Baby has already released five successful singles such as broken heart, Licky licky, gbontiah amongst others during her relatively short career. Each of these singles showcases her unique style and versatility as an artist. With her soulful vocals and captivating lyrics, C.T Baby has managed to carve a niche for herself in the Ghanaian music scene.
Throughout her journey, C.T Baby has had the privilege of sharing stages with renowned artists such as Kuami Eugene, Wendy Shay, Jupiter, Keche, and many other notable names in the Ghanaian music industry. Her performances have graced prestigious platforms including the Achimota to the World Concert, Top FM Sallah Jam, and Kempinski, among others. These opportunities have allowed her to showcase her talent to a wider audience and gain recognition for her incredible musical abilities.
C.T Baby’s most recent single, “Kolo Kolo,” is a testament to her growth and evolution as an artist. The song exemplifies her distinct style and showcases her ability to create catchy melodies while maintaining an authentic sound. “Kolo Kolo” can be enjoyed on various platforms, including YouTube and Audiomack, where her music has garnered a dedicated following.
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Comfort Tamah, better known as C.T Baby, continues to push boundaries and make her mark in the Ghanaian music industry. With her exceptional talent, dedication, and passion for creating music that resonates with her audience, she is undoubtedly an artist to watch out for. As she continues to release captivating music and mesmerizing performances, C.T Baby is poised to leave an indelible imprint on the music landscape, both in Ghana and beyond