HURRAY: Popular Hiplife Musician C-Zar Ties Knot With His Adorable Fiancée Winifred Ofori – WATCH Videos Plus Pictures

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Seasoned Hiplife musician best known for his hit song ‘Araba Lawson’ C-Zar, has finally tied the knot with his adorable fiancée, Winifred Ofori – after 3 years of courtship.

C-Zar, real name, Augustine Osei Owusu, boldly plied the race of men on 2nd February, 2019, at Asante Bekwai, characterized with pomp in a traditional colourful setting.

In the early 2000s, C-Zar was one of the popular artistes in the Hiplife industry. His hit songs ‘Araba Lawson’ and ‘Mercy Lokko’ were on the charts and the latter song won him the ‘Hiplife Song of the Year’ at the Ghana Music Awards in 2009.

Sharing his joy, C-Zar confessed he actually composed the theme song for their marriage ceremony, and added, “After 3 years of dating her, I realized we are just meant to be. She’s not only a lover but a best friend to me; a shoulder I can always lean on in times of need.”

C-Zar, who once described his kind of musical style as ‘Hip Cont’ however balled his teeming fans over last year, when he officially declared his decision of quitting music.

C-Zar’s undying love for Winifred can be inferred from how he celebrates and admires her on his official Facebook wall – to the admiration of his fans and the public at large.

Notable figures who graced the occasion were: musician Kofi Nti and Kofi B, MP of Kwadaso, Kokofu Chief, GUTA President, among others. We wish him and his partner Winifred the best of luck on this new divine adventure.



C-Zar, a native of Nnaso in the Ashanti region, was born in Kumasi in 1972 to Mr. Paul Owusu and Philomena Serwah.

He had his primary education at the St. Paul’s Preparatory School in Kumasi. He later entered TI Alhamadiyah Secondary School for his ‘O’ Level in 1993. He also gained admission into Accra Academy Secondary school for his ‘A’ level in 1995 and upon graduation, traveled to the USA and returned in 1998.

Upon his return, he found Lord Kenya, Okyeame Kwame, and Okyeame Quophi, his compeers he had contested in rap competitions before leaving the country, making it big in the music industry. Out of inspiration, he followed his passion – rap music, until he boldly decided to quit music in 2018.

According to him, he has been juggling between music and selling of electrical materials for years but finally agreed to put music aside and focus on the company because he wanted to “reach higher heights” since “music cannot feed me”.