Quickly rising to fame with his new song “SEND ME YOUR LOVE” is this young talented dynamite – Sena Huks
After a few weeks of releasing his new single- SEND ME YOUR LOVE, the airwaves are quickly catching on to his smooth vibes.
But what most people don’t know yet about him is that, he joggles very well being a Corporate professional, Exploration geologist, Music and other social businesses
He is gradually getting recognised in the music circles for his smooth vibes, sweet melodies, nice lyrics and soothing vocals as he did on his 2017 singles- “NO MORE” (Typical RnB tune from Africa, Ghana) and “SEND ME YOUR LOVE” (Afrobeats- Hi-life genre)
His kind heart for humanity has got him deeply rooted in the affairs of the Ghanaian NGO – Tatas and Friends Foundation (Organisers of KENKEY FOR THE NEEDY) as its Vice President.
His commitment to see social change in Ghana, Africa and world at large has gotten him linked to the UNHCR (United Nation Human Commission for Refugees) new campaign – LUQULUQU movement.
He has an admirable educational background- an old student of Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School, Legon (Odadee), University of Ghana, Legon (BSc. Geology) and a MSc. Degree from Institut Francais du Petrole (IFP School – École Nationale Supérieure du Pétrole et des Moteurs), in France.
Still being considered as a rising star in the Ghanaian music industry, his musical prowess has landed him on stages both locally and abroad- Miss Ghana France 2016, Bisa K’dei in France, to mention a few.
He has worked with artistes like the NKZ Boss- Guru, Lousika, Big Chris (UK), Shaker, Pappy Kojo to mention a few, as well as various producers like Producer/ artiste- Magnom, Kayso, Yetolla, Spikey Beatz, FimFim etc.
He is currently signed to Talent Village GH, whose operations in Ghana kicks off later this year
He is driven to make use of every single talent God has given him, hence, lives by these word from the bible- Ecclesiastes 11:6 “In the morning sow thy seed, and in the evening, withhold not thine hand: for thou knowest not whether shall prosper, either this or that, or both shall be alike good”.