Small God is a Ghanaian music entrepreneur, streetwear connoisseur, and culture luminary, has made an indelible mark on the African music industry through a journey that seamlessly blends creativity, business acumen, and a deep appreciation for the arts. Starting in 2003, he opened the iconic nightclub ‘Basement,’ becoming a breeding ground for emerging talents and a hub for the creative community. His keen eye for talent and relentless support for Ghanaian musicians helped shape the landscape of the local music scene.
Smallgod’s journey as an artist reached new heights with the release of two influential albums – ‘Building Bridges’ (his debut album) and ‘Connecting the Dots’ (his second album). As a testament to his impact, ‘Building Bridges’ and ‘Connecting the Dots’ have received critical acclaim, propelling Smallgod to the forefront of the African music scene. With each release, he cements his position as a trailblazer, unifier, and visionary force, reshaping the narrative of African music and showcasing its immense potential to transcend boundaries and connect cultures worldwide.
Within these projects, Smallgod’s collaborated with major artists like Tiwa Savage, WizKid, 2Baba, NSG, Black Sherif, Oxlade, DJ Tunez, Busiswa, Major League Djz, Darkoo, Headie One, KiDi, Vic Mensa, and more. Smallgod’s influence as a cultural ambassador is evident in the seamless bridges he builds between African artists, facilitating creative exchanges that elevate the continent’s musical identity on a global scale.
Smallgod is also a huge fashion enthusiast, having done clothing collaborations with some local and diaspora fashion brands like ‘FREE THE YOUTH,’ ‘Daily Paper,’ ‘FILLING PIECES,’ ‘STEELO,’ ‘area boys,’ ‘BIKERZ SUNDAYS,’ ‘THE NEW ORIGINALS’ and ‘Xplt Studio’.
In 2023, Smallgod achieved a groundbreaking milestone when he founded ‘Smallworld Records and Publishing’ and in collaboration with Max Lucida inked a partnership with the renowned Warner Music Group and Warner Chappell Music. This strategic move cemented his position as a key player in shaping the global music landscape. Small God’s dedication to fostering cross-cultural collaborations and propelling exceptional talent to new heights earned him the affectionate moniker, the ‘Accra President,’ as he continues to bridge the gap between African artists and their international counterparts.