|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Feelin' Alright||8||Audio||1983||Top Records (Nigeria)|
|2||Feeling So Good||6||Audio||1979||Boom Records (6)|
|3||Afro Reggae||7||Audio||1977||P.V.P. Records|
|4||Keep On Dancing / 24 Hours In A Disco||4||Audio||1979||Boom Records (6)|
|5||Afro Reggae||7||Audio||1977||P.V.P. Records|
|6||24 Hours In A Disco 1978-82||7||Audio||2012-10-00||Soundway|
|7||24 Hours In A Disco 1978-82||7||Audio||2012-10-00||Soundway|
|8||Doing My Thing||7||Audio||1977||Scramble|
Born 07.06.1957 in Ghana, died 02.2005 of AIDS.
Hailed as Africa's answer to Stevie Wonder, Ghanaian multi-instrumental Kiki Gyan was a musical Wunderkind who in the 1970's rose from the lowly status of high school dropout to playing keyboards and touring the world with international supergroup Osibisa. Subsequently he enjoyed a lucrative tenure as an in-demand session player in the top recording studios of London - and all of this before his twenty-first birthday. Out on his own, he produced a series of highly ambitious disco records aimed at positioning him as an international star, but weighed down by the excesses of the era.