Edem tips Kuami Eugene to win 2019 VGMA Artiste of the Year

Edem tips Kuami Eugene to win 2019 VGMA Artiste of the Year

Popular Ghanaian rapper Edem has named his choice of artiste to win the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the Year category.

Edem has named his favorite artiste that he thinks will win the ultimate Artiste of the Year award at the 2019 VGMAs.

According to the 'Toto' hitmaker, Lynx Entertainment singer Kuami Eugene is the artiste he is tipping to win the top award.

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In an interview he granted Accra-based radio station Class FM, Edem expressed his opinions about the upcoming VGMA.

He noted that comparing all the six top artistes competing for the award, he would tip Kuami Eugene to come out top of all the other artistes.

Kuami Eugene has had an amazing year as almost all his songs made waves in Ghana and abroad.

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Singles such as 'Wish Me Well', 'Confusion', 'Walahi', 'Never Carry Last' were played on all media channels and clubs allowing Kuami Eugene to play all the top concerts in 2018.

Even though YEN.com.gh cannot tell what informed Edem's choice, it may have been because he had such a successful year.

Meanwhile his top contenders Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale have also had a great year with most of their songs making waves.

Edem has been in the news recently after his new single 'Politics' went viral at Pope John Secondary School.

In a video that circulated on social media, students of the Pope John Secondary School were seen practicing the new dance Edem couched for his 'Politics' song which went viral even before its release.

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