Kwame is a multi-instrumentalist, musician, producer, recording-engineer and whose talent comes once in every generation. Originally from a village in Western Region of Ghana, his love for music led him all around the world working with international artists. And back to his home country where he currently operates his recording studio, Mixstation, and is gaining growing success with his band Ohia b3y3 ya and Kwashibu Area Band. He is destined for musical success, no wonder his extraordinary talent has earned him his accolade The Oracle.

Highly respected amongst his peers, Kwame is endorsed by Roland - United Kingdom, one of the world's leading manufacturers of musical instruments. He is also endorsed by Steinberg - makers of one of the world’s best music software for pianos.

Having toured and worked with the likes of legendary artists such as Stevie Wonder, Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens), Alexander O’Neal, Patrice, Daniel Bedingfield, Craig David, Rick Rock, Omar, Shaggy, Ms Dynamite, Jamie Scott,Miss-Teeq, Rhian Benson, Another Level, Osibisa, Ken Boothe, Sonti, Mpho Skeef and many more. South Africa’s own anti-apartheid Jazz trumpeter, Hugh Masekela affectionately refers to him as his 'God son'.

He has toured with renowned artists Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens) and German Afro-Reggae superstar Patrice, in whose band Kwame is a key member was invited to play a special tribute concert in Berlin for the first black president of the United States of America, Barack Obama for his visit in 2008. He is never known to be in any one country for longer than a month always on a constant hop from stage to plane to studio to stages around the world.

Currently, he spends the majority of his time in his recording studios, Mix Station, which he built in Accra-Ghana, where he seeks to manage and promote Ghanaian and African music beyond the shores of Ghana and Africa.

For many years, Kwame has been recognised for his special collaboration and production churning out unique sounds for Ghana’s No1, selling international singer, Kojo Antwi. He has been very instrumental in producing local home grown artists such Manifest, Efya, Kwabena Kwabena, Becca, and Nana Yaa, daughter of legendary Hi-Life artist Pat Thomas, and also, Nigeria‘s own Afrocentric performer extraordinaire, Wunmi, who has a vibrant international underground club culture following.

He also likes to divide his time where he commits to working on projects with unsigned bands such as the Acoustic Music band, The Sanderson Pitch, which he also produce’s and plays keyboards for alongside, Neil Cooper, Eddy Cantor and ex-Jamiroquai member, bassist, Stuart Zender. Kwame is the youngest succeeding producer and Musical Director of the all-time international legendary group Osibisa.

Kwame Yeboah’s humble journey into ‘music began at the tender age of 5 playing the percussions and drums when he was just a school boy and rubbing shoulders with his fathers’ band mates who played with the then popular 60/70’s hi-life band KK’s No. 2. By the age of 7 he was on lead guitar. He passionately followed his music dream and by the age of 15, he had learned to play the Keyboard and went on to form his own band African Fire, and then later The Priests with a group of friends, whilst at the same time he was shared as leader for the Megastar Band.

Fueled by the desire for a higher education, Kwame, then 18, left the shores of Ghana in to Denmark to study Music (Arrangement and Harmony), and took up workshops with Jazz Artists and music tutors such as Michel Camilo and Danilo Perez.

Kwame Yeboah’s big break into the UK’s R and B and Pop music scene came when he was invited to work with award winning British Urban artiste Ms Dynamite which was followed by many TV appearances and live shows. Another invitation followed from the international UK R and B and Garage heartthrob Craig David to play in his band. A world tour ensued and he hasn’t looked back since.

Kwame is blessed with two lovely children, Abena Biyaa Yeboah and Kwesi Nielson Yeboah.