Dagaow: Main Girl

Dagaow born Felix Lambert Dangmaa is an Afropop music artist from Ghana and based in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk. Dagaow has one EP and various singles to his credit including his hit song “Check Point” which featured lead singer of legendary music group VVIP from Ghana, West Africa. Dagaow has come out with a new song called “Main Girl”. A melodic dance song, which talks about love, and suitable for all your occasions. The song is currently enjoying airplay. Dagaow is a 2015/16 Chevening scholar and has two masters degrees: MA in media and International Development from the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK and M. A in Development Communications from the University for Development Studies, Ghana. Dagaow seeks to empower and encourage his fans to believe in their dreams and work towards them as well.” Dreams are for real and everything is possible; we only need guidance, hard work and perseverance, and being at the right place at the right time.” I try to change lives through my music”. He has used music to facilitate development by organising charitable gigs, educating, and tackling social problems facing young people including domestic violence and drugs. Throughout his music career, he has been advocating for climate change and environmental sustainability. He joined local charities to advocate for the abolishing of female genital mutilation in northern Ghana and 2018 joined UNICEF to advocate for the construction of toilets in homes as a preventive measure to open defecation. In the UK, Dagaow volunteered with Suffolk Minds, mental health charity in Bury St. Edmunds and BBC Radio Suffolk. He derives inspiration from Ghanaian musician Okomfo Kwadee, and international legends such as 2pac, Nas and Culture. The artist has performed on various national and international stages throughout his career