|2||1, 2, 3, Are You Ready|
|3||Remember the time|
|6||My Father (Dad)|
|7||Woman #3/Someday My Prince Will Come|
|10||Tokyo, Slow down|
|11||On The Street|
|12||Age Ain't Nothin' but a Number|
|13||The Shadow of Your Smile|
|15||Don't Tell Me Now|
|16||Got to Get Away|
|17||After The Concert is Over|
|19||My Funnty Valentine|
|20||Darkman (radio Man)|
|22||Lonely (club remix) (Rollocks / v.d. Toorn) (14-Tage-lebenslänglich-Mix)|
|23||Let It Rain|
|24||1 2 3 Are U Ready?|
|25||Let Me Be Your Love|
|26||Wake Up Alone (Amy Winehouse cover)|
|27||The Blue Bird|
|28||Too much heaven|
|30||Livin' By The River|
Nana Kwame Abrokwa (born in 5 October 1968 in Accra, Ghana) is a German rapper and DJ, performing under the pseudonyms Nana or Darkman / Nana. Nana is not an actual first name, but a Ghanaian title of nobility. His most important achievement came in the second half of the 1990s, when his style was characterized as "euro-rap" and his lyrics focused on the relationship with God, with his family, or on topics like racism and Holocaust.
Nana arrived in Hamburg with his mother and his brothers at the age of 10. At the beginning of the 90's, his debut consists of DJ-ing in hip-hop clubs. he also co-produces and raps in some songs of DJ David Fascher ("Here We Go", "Make The Crowd Go Wild"), under the alias MC Africa True.
In 1995 he joins as a rapper the Eurodance project Darkness, which was produced by Bülent Aris and Toni Cottura. The song "In My Dreams" becomes a club hit, but Nana didn't feel very comfortable with the style Darkness adopted and the group separates. However, his current scene name, Darkman, originates from this time.