Ghanaian singer Patapaa Amisty, born Justice Amoah, has revealed that from all indications, he has to be crowned as the 'Artiste of the Year' come 2019's Ghana Music Awards due to the hard work he has put into 2018.
The One Corner singer in an interview with Ameyaw TV indicated that he had featured some of the big names in the Ghana music industry and was putting together his album.
In blowing his own trumpet, the Swedru-based musician indicated that all the songs he was featured in became and still are hits which are loved by many music lovers.
He told the female interviewer before his performance at the MTN Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols that the organizers of the awards show had no choice but to consider him as the top contender for Artiste of the Year.
Patapaa went on to reveal that 2018 was very busy for him sine he traveled around the globe to entertain music lovers.
He revealed that he had more traveling to do before the year even came to an end and promised his fans of an exciting 2019.
Patapaa literally brought the roof of the Fantasy Dome in Accra down as he led a choir to single one of the world's most popular Christmas carols on December 24.
The 'One Leg' hitmaker who was making an appearance at the 9th edition of MTN Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols mounted the stage and led a choir to sing 'Jingle Bells'.
The Fantasy Dome was electrified as Patapaa put in his own lyrics of the song and put his dance moves on display.
He was cheered on by the crowd as they screamed atop their voices as they jammed to the award-winning singer's rendition of the Christmas song.
"Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. A catholic priest called me to come for some chicken," Patapaa was heard singing in Twi.
The 2018 edition of the MTN Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols.came of at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair, La, Accra.
Other artistes such as Kuami Eugene, Kwesi Arthur, Freda Rhymez and Joe Mettle also performed on the night.