SoulKnight-Jazz

George 'SoulKnight-Jazz' Baffour is a media consultant, writer, actor and musician from Ghana

Prior to moving to Dubai, he lived between Ghana and Nigeria where he worked in their famous movie industries: ‘Ghallywood’ and ‘Nollywood’ respectively. George Baffour comes from good stock and was born the grandson of the late great Dr. Robert Patrick Baffour, O.B.E. (Order of the British Empire), an engineer who was “born to greatness and achieved greatness”. Dr. R.P. Baffour was most famous for having been the Chairman of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission and the first Vice-Chancellor of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, both of which he established, under the auspices of Ghana’s first President, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. In 1962, he also served as the elected president of the Sixth Regular Session of the General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the first delegate of an African country to occupy that office.

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An Oceanographer and Fisheries Scientist by profession, SoulKnight-Jazz left the sciences in 2010 to pursue his love of music and the arts.

SoulKnight-Jazz is best known for his role as Chris in the popular TV series ‘Adams Apples’, produced by the notable Sparrow Productions (sparrowstation.com). He is also the author of the science-fiction/fantasy novel, ‘Bubble Joe and his fantastic journeys to Zapokrepit in the Land of the Day and a Half’, available in online stores. ‘Isioma’ is SoulKnight-Jazz’s first album. SoulKnight-Jazz’s tracks range from old school R&B in the style of Lou Rawls to hardcore electronic pop in the style of Jamiroquai. One word to describe the album is ‘SWEET’, and one can’t help but listen over and over again, until the CD scratches.