As business lead vocalist from the Lovely Talks, the home band in the Chat of the city Resort in the seaside town of Tema, A.B. Crentsil ruled over Ghana’s highlife picture in the ’70s. Accompanied by such potential Ghanaian celebrity vocalists Jewel Ackah and Pat Thomas, and guitarist Eric Agyeman, Crentsil helped to generate a few of the most thrilling sounds in Western Africa. Initially offering guitarist Wise Nkansah and second vocalist Pope Flynn, Lovely Talks produced its debut in Dec 1973. Their 1st hit came 2 yrs later on with “Adam And Eve,” the to begin series of dual entendre-laden music. Despite their achievement, Crentsil and Lovely Talks battled under Ghana’s oppressive politics government. If they disbanded in 1978, the limitations of the 6:00 p.m. curfew and financial difficulties had been cited as factors. Following a demise of Lovely Talks, Crentsil continued to be active like a musician, attaining international achievement as leader from the Ahenfo Music group. He opened up a 16-monitor recording studio room in 1990.