- KiDi has been named as part of Africa's music stars to look out for this year
- He made BBC's enviable list alongside some heavyweight music stars on the continent
- The Lynx Entertainment artiste produced hit after hit in 2020 and won a number of Awards as well
Multiple award-winning Ghanaian singer Dennis Nana Dwamena popularly known as KiDi, has been named among some top African acts to watch for the year 2021.
The singer was featured alongside the likes of South African songstress singer Elaine, Nigeria's Omah Lay and Zimbabwe's Sha Sha.
The BBC report is quoted as writing "KiDi, part of a new generation of Ghanaian artists, had his breakthrough moment when his recording Sugar won album of the year at the 2020 Ghana music awards.
The singer's youthful Afrobeats and Highlife sound make his music accessible to people beyond Ghana's borders.
In 2020, KiDi's song Say Cheese, from his Blue EP, gained the musician international prominence after American singer Teddy Riley collaborated with him on the remix.
The 27-year-old has also collaborated with other West African artists, including Davido and Mr Eazi."
Following the enviable achievement, KiDi took to his social media handle to make the announcement and as it were, blow his own horns for all the effort.
He took to Facebook and wrote: "Honored to be part of @bbc’s top 10 artistes to look out for in 2021...Forward we go".
Speaking about artistes and achievements, YEN.com.gh extensively covered the wedding of singer Patapaa which happened on January 2, 2020.
The Ghanaian singer and latest groom in town responded to a journalist in a video who asked why he chose to marry a German instead of a Ghanaian.
The first celebrity husband of 2021, Patapaa, in his response, said every lady from anywhere in the world had the same body features and Liha Miller was no different.
Patapaa was standing beside his wife when he was asked the question in the Ghanaian language, Twi.
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