Zeke Kwasi Cranberry (b. 14th October, 1994) is a Kuboian television personality, singer, actor and fashion designer, best known for winning the third series of Nick Karaoke Stars in 2004, when he was only ten years old. Since then, he has released a total of four albums, released a clothing brand and released a magazine series. He is known for being very effeminate.
In January 2005, Zeke denied any rumours accusing him of being gay, stating "I just happen to be a girly straight guy". He also commented how he gets annoyed when frequently asked about his sexual orientation, with even his family believing that he is gay.
As lead artist
- 2004: "You're Not Alone"
- 2006: "Let It Ride" (featuring Taniye Fazio)
- 2006: "Honey to the Bee" (featuring MC Granny)
- 2006: "Dance Moves"
- 2008: "Amazing" (featuring Amy-Elizabeth and/or Rick Ross)
- 2009: "Beautiful Skies"
- 2009: "Electro Love"
- 2009: "Drop It" (featuring Brouckline Lockerby and Violet Stars)
As featured artist
- 2007: "4:00 AM" (Ericka Streets featuring Taniye Fazio, Violet Stars, Zeke, Ray Finlands, Zuu Sensiors, Tone Riddles, Bawk the Chicken and DJ Kubin)
- 2007: "Any Day, Any Night" (Irlein Ackney featuring Zeke)
- 2010: "Diamond Hearts" - (Louise Keys featuring Brookline Carols, Amy-Elizabeth and Zeke)
- 2011: "Where Have You Gone?" (ZD featuring RockRhyme, Kool Teazer and Zeke)
- 2018: "Stole The Show" (Amy-Elizabeth Phillips featuring Zeke, Flavia, Roar and Danky Dawg)