Darryll Suliaman Amoako, born on 22 January 1988, well known by the stage name – Sulie Breaks, is a Ghanaian-born English spoken word poet. Breaks is popularly known for his amazing spoken words videos on his YouTube channel, “Sulie breezy”.




His video ‘’Why I hate School but Love Education’’ which was shot in 2012 went viral with over 1 million views in three days. His other top video ‘’I Will Not Let My Exams Results Decide My Fate’’ which was shot in 2013 was viewed all over the world and had achieved similar feat as the ‘’Why I hate School but Love Education’’ video.

Amoako whose name ‘’Sulie Breaks’’ came about as a nickname given him by his basketball coach’s brother, Ben Peters, is a derivative from his forename Suliaman and the concept of ‘’breaking someone’s ankles’’. With his mind-blowing vocals, breath-taking wordplay, satirical words and a knack for thought-provoking lines, Sulie Breaks had no other competitor for the interludes on Sarkodie’s “highest album”.

The nineteen-tracks album which was mostly worked on by Ghanaian rapper, record producer, singer, songwriter and entrepreneur Paul Nuamah Donkor  popularly known as Jayso who is based in the United Kingdom seeks to create more fan base for Ghana’s fastest rapper and most decorated artist, Sarkodie, in the Queen’s Land. With this in mind, falling on an already established spoken word Poet, who is known worldwide for his exploits to hookup the interludes, was a strategic plan to get the expected audience.

Just as one would expect, the ‘’Why I hate School but Love Education’’ hit maker was on top of his game in his three interludes on the album as well as the introductory track ‘’Silence’’.

The ‘’Da Highest’’ album was officially released today, September 8th and has since received so much airplay on various radio stations with 6 videos out of 10 off the album officially premiered live on MTV base and 4syte TV. It is currently trending at number 7 on ITunes Gh with the ninth track on the album ‘’Highest’’ trending at number one currently in Ghana.

You can grab your copy of the album via the following online shops:

iTunes: USD 9.99 – Click here

Deezer Premium: USD4.99 – Click here

Spotify: Stream – Click here

Google Play Store USD9.49 – Click here

Amazon: USD9.49 – Click here

Tidal: – Click here


By: Gabla Godwin


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