Edem's 'Politics' song and dance go viral in Pope John SHS

Edem's 'Politics' song and dance go viral in Pope John SHS

YEN.com.gh has come across a video circulating on social media involving students of the Pope John Secondary School dancing to rapper Edem's new song, 'Politics.'

In the video, students of the popular second cycle school were seen practicing the new dance style couched by Edem as he released his new single.

The video which was first posted by Edem on his Instagram page attracted a lot of attention and comments.

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Edem's single,'Politics' talks about politics and the political landscape in Ghana.

In the song, Edem mentioned the names of President Akufo-Addo and former president John Mahama as he lamented about problems in the economy.

Instagram users who watched the video of the Pope John students applauded Edem:

@ernestterrific admired the song: "This song got soo many souls to learn how to dance."

@comfy_bunny said Edem has started a revolution: "Edem has started a revolution."

@bigboygabby83 had this to say: "From day one I know this new release is going to be big" Ayigbe"you large."

@stanza_1z commented: "Crazy jam....nice tune by @iamedemgh."

@djqmixx expressed his love for the jam: "Song for this summer."

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The song since it was released has been receiving a lot of air play as well as the dance being practiced by a lot of people.

In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, Edem revealed that the song was composed so as to reduce political tension and unite Ghanaians.

Meanwhile, Edem has been in the news recently after his single 'Toto' went viral.

After the song was released, a lot of music lovers discussed what the title of the song meant since it has meanings in both the Ewe and Ga dialect.

In a live interview with YEN TV, Edem debunked the assertion that the title 'Toto' referred to the Ga translation.

He revealed that the word meant the rising of the sun in his native Ewe dialect.

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