Stonebwoy's viral Putuu song has emerged as the most popular song of the year
The dancehall star beat the likes of Kidi, Kuami Eugene and Keche to the enviable position
Some readers of YEN voted in the YEN Readers Choice Awards in the category
Multiple-award winning dancehall star, Livingstone Etse Satekla has every cause to celebrate his talent as his song Putuu has been adjudged 2020's most popular song.
YEN.com.gh's Readers Choice Awards 2020 saw the Ashaiman-based singer coming up against other viral songs for a chance to win the award.
The category of the most popular song was made up of songs like Kidi's Enjoyment, Kuami Eugene's Enjoyment and Keche's No Dulling.
YEN.com.gh held a number of polls and Putuu emerged winner on all platforms to take the enviable post as the most popular song in 2020.
On Twitter, KiDi's Enjoyment polled 16.3% of the votes with Kuami Eugene's Open Gate massing some 25.6% of the votes cast. Keche's No Dulling song garnered also garnered 25.6% of votes cast.
Stonebwoy's Putuu song won the Twitter poll with 32.6% of the votes cast.
Stonebwoy's Putuu song went viral on social media owing to the gibberish that was used in the lyrics.
Many stars and Ghanaians in general joined the viral Putuu trend with dance videos and their own renditions of the song.
In a related development, YEN.com.gh reported that 19-year-old Ghanaian TikTok star, Jackline Mensah, has emerged as the number one star on the world-renowned application, for the year 2020.
This has been according to the Readers' Choice Awards that was recently organized by YEN.com.gh for readers to select the winners in the many different categories.
On Facebook, the post on the top TikTok stars of the year got thousands of reactions and Jackline Mensah emerged as the ultimate winner.
On Twitter as well, Jackline Mensah led the pack with a whopping 49.1% of the total votes and was closely followed by Hajia Bintu.
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