Henry Padi Dromor Narh Comrade-Darlington Oduro (born 13 July 2000) known professionally as Dromor is a Ghanaian video director, I.T Professional, afrobeat/R&B singer, Sports Journalist and CEO of Dromor Narh Group. In 2018, Dromor released a demo titled; “My Darling” as part of his training into the music fraternity. He followed up with other releases; “Gimme Shades”, “Won Party”, “Gbedu”, “Kid” and a few others. In 2019, he paused his pursuit for music and focused on his studies at the University of Ghana, Legon. As part of his school studies, Dromor began his videography and photography career which led to his fame. Dromor’s father is Michael Narh Nartey and his mother is Esther Ansaa Sackey Narh.
Birth Name – Narh Henry Padi Dromor
Born – 13 July 2000 Accra, Ghana
Genres – Afrobeat, Alternative R&B, Hip Hop
Occupation(s) – Video Director, Software Developer, Musician, Sports Journalist, CEO
Achievement(s) – 2nd & 5th Place in Senior High School Spelling Bee Contest in 2018, Male Artiste Of The Year Nominee at Campus Music Awards 2020.
Years Active – 2021-present
Dromor had his pre-school education at First Class School at Nungua. He continued his basic education at McAshley International School and completed Junior High School at Acropolis Maranatha Academy. Dromor completed O’Reilly Senior High School after taking a transfer from St. Martin’s Senior High School and is now an undergraduate student of University Of Ghana, Legon. He is studying BSc Information Technology.
Early Life and Career
Dromor was raised in Accra in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. He was born into a family of five; his father, mother and two siblings. His father was a lover of country music and his mother, a chorister. These borne out of him the music he does today. He was the first born and as a result began education very early at 7 months old.
He began as a small sports journalist by writing his own sports news and reading it out loudly. At age 10, he loved to be a medical doctor and this resulted into him offering science in Senior High School. He was influenced by Chris Brown, Bruno Mars and Patoranking into doing music. His bestfriend, Van Gilbert (also a hip-hop musician) brought out of him the music talent at senior high school.
Dromor released a song titled “My Darling” which he recorded alone in August 2018 on some few unpopular websites for free downloads, and preceded to release “Won Party” which he featured Kweku Mortey, Dausty, Baggy, and 4ties under the stage name, “Umar Henrie”. These songs got him signed to Manuel Hypes Entertainment. He later parted ways with the record label few months after. He then released “Gimme Shades” and its remix which featured Jahmoney. He followed it up with songs like “Simajorley” after he rebranded to PhyneBoy.
Things were very tough since he didn’t get the people he wanted to reach and this requested another rebranding. He had a new stage name, Hepadrona and released two afrobeat songs under this name; “Baashoor” and “Kid” which featured his bestfriend “Trust Bravo”. He couldn’t still reach the right audience he wanted and rebranded to his current stage name, Dromor. He began his videography and photography when he began offering Bachelor of Science in Information Technology at the University of Ghana, Legon in February 2021. He began with a mobile phone and eventually bought the needed equipment for his work.