Kofi Kinaata ranked 5th in Billboard's Top Most-Watched HomeGrown artistes in Africa

Kofi Kinaata ranked 5th in Billboard's Top Most-Watched HomeGrown artistes in Africa

- Kofi Kinaata has made Ghana proud by emerging fifth on Billboard's Top Most-Watched HomeGrown artistes in Africa (Ghana)

- Kinaata emerge fifth with 4.63 million local streams on YouTube

- This is according to a recent list compiled by Billboard, the popular global digital music charting and award platform

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Award-winning rapper Kofi Kinaata flown the flag of Ghana high by placing fifth on Billboard's Top Most-Watched HomeGrown artistes in Africa (Ghana).

According to Billboard, the popular global digital music charting and award platform, Kinaata emerge fifth with 4.63 million local streams on YouTube.

In a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh Kofi Kinaata shared a snapshot of his enviable position on his Instagram page.

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Captioning his achievement, Kofi Kinaata said : "Another One!! I was one of Billboard’s Top 5 Most-Watched HomeGrown Artistes in Africa (Ghana). Thank GOD and Thank YOU! We Move! #TeamMooove."

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See the photo below:

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However highlife singer Fameye congratulated Kinaata for his achievement while his followers also praised him.

@fameye_music: "King congrats big time"

@bra_kafa: "Higher heights"

@teephlowgh: "Wooow"

@ohemaawoyeje: "Kinaata all da"

@jane_papabi: "Congrats hun"

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Legendary Ghanaian boxer Azumah Nelson has confirmed reports that he played a key role in helping Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong acquire his first house in Ghana.

Kennedy Agyapong had earlier disclosed that Azumah Nelson helped him to purchase his first house in Ghana.

But in an interview on YFM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Azumah Nelson confirmed the report saying that Kennedy Agyapong is not the only one he has helped.

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