The Ghana music industry in 2017 witnessed some new interesting artistes who won applause from many Ghanaians.
While others received heavy bashing and criticisms from the general public for their uninspiring songs and shows.
In all, one can easily argue that 2017 became a busy year for many of the artistes, right from the recording studios as well as the number of big shows played.
However, there are some young Ghanaian artistes who virtually took over the music industry by storm with their 'irresistible' songs.
Though it is debatable, it is said these young artistes have secured invitations to dine on a table of big industry players and superstars.
These young artistes according to sources have been tipped by many entertainment pundits and music lovers to sweep more awards at the next Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
This week, Yen.com.gh brings to you list of four Ghanaian artistes who are bound to win ‘big’ at the next VGMAs.
Although Ebony has been heavily criticized for her 'indecent dressing', there is no doubt she has worked hard from start to finish
2. King Promise
His style of music is loved by everyone and he is admired by many young ladies. There is no doubt Gregory Bortey Newman, known by his stage name as King Promise is going to make it big at the next VGMAs.
3. Kuami Eugene
The young artiste made a good entry into the music industry, and from all indications it seems he is not going to look back anytime soon. In fact Ghanaians will gladly welcome young Eugene, even if he picks the ultimate, Artiste of the Year award at next VGMAs.
Kidi is another young artiste to watch out for in the next VGMAs. His music is appealing to everyone regardless of their age.
From the level of his hard work as a young artiste, it is no doubt Kidi will pull some surprises at the next VGMAs.
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