Having been inspired greatly by Jeremie Van-Garshong of Live FM, Kwaku Poku is a fast and rising voice of the Ghanaian voiceover industry generation that emerged in the wake of the influence of radio.
Kwaku Poku has been a fan of radio since childhood and there he absorbed the acute attention to start Voice acting, a passion Jeremie realized and drew his attention to. He fell in love with Voice Overs, subsequently refining his own visual and conceptual vocabulary that emerged through his focus on the points of intersection between radio, photography and voice acting.
Aside Jeremie, he also admires the works of Israel Laryea and the late Komla Dumor. Past projects include radio commercials, documentaries and narrations. In between recording and voice acting he enjoys radio, music, photography, and trying new things. He dreams of switching up the Voice acting Industry in Ghana and taking it a whole new level.
Listen to his voice below: