Elom Adablah (born June 28, 1989) is a Ghanaian Afrobeats artist, rapper, vocalist, and producer better known by his stage name E.L.
“Obuu Mo,” “Kaalu,” “One Ghana,” “Auntie Martha,” “Shelele,” “Mi Naa Bo Po,” “Koko,” and “KaaBuAme,” “See Me Sometime,” “Abaa,” and “Pay Like a Boss” are among E.L’s sing
E.L released a mixtape titled The BAR (Best African Rapper), and the fourth one, BAR IV, was published in 2017.
At the 2015/2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, he was named Artiste of the Year and Hip-life/Hip-hop Artiste of the Year.
E.L. grew raised in the Accra suburb of Dansoman. He began his education at Dansoman’s St. Martin De Porres School and later went to Jack and Jill, where he completed his Junior Secondary School education.
He was later accepted into Presbyterian Boys Secondary School (PRESEC), where he became interested in music.
He went to the University of Ghana, Legon, to study economics and political science after high school.
EL joined to Jayso’s Skillions Records during his freshman year and assisted Jayso in co-producing the Skillionaires Demotape.
The Skillions disbanded up after EL graduated from university, and EL became a solo performer.
In Asylum Down, he bought a studio and started working on a new mixtape. He even released a track with Jay Foley, Wolf, and Kwaku T called “Chale (So Fli)” (remix).
The mixtape, however, was never released. EL moved to a better studio at Osu and spent all of his remaining funds on new equipment. Check out E.L’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!