Hiplife musician Nana Lyttle has died.
He died on Wednesday, December 28, 2022, at about 6:30 PM at the Achimota Hospital, according to his brother Dr. Precious Jewel Tubman, popularly known as Nana Queen.
Announcing the sudden demise on Facebook, Nana Queen pleaded for “contributions… to sort out the remaining expenses, as well as for the funeral and burial.”
He had earlier shared on social media that his brother had fallen ill and he’s been at the hospital.
He stated that they urgently needed financial assistance “while he is still alive” and that he was in “serious condition.”
Known in real life as Ronney Sunney Nana Kwame Bentum, Nana Queen had his breakthrough in the Ghanaian music scene in the early 2000s with his hit song “Naa Kwaley”.