KiDi is one of the youngest and finest artists in Ghana whose music is electrifying. He's managed to put an indelible mark in the hearts of Ghanaians and fans around the world.
His efforts have been worth it for having won some accolades to his name. He won the Highlife Song of the Year for his hit single "Odo" in 2018. He went on to win the Male Vocalist of the Year in 2019 and 'Album of the Year' for his debut album "Sugar" at the 2020 Ghana Music Awards.
Now is the time he believes he will be crowned "Artiste Of The Year". He reckons that other artists have put up a hard fight this year, but he believes that this particular award should go in his favor because of his devoted and self-sacrificing efforts of the year under review.
In an interview with Doreen Avio, the award-winning artiste in the years stated above predicted the chances of him winning the said award.
Last year, Kwame Eugene won that title amid competition from Sarkodie, Diana Hamilton, Stonebwoy, Adina, Medikal, and Fameye.
He claims his co-musician Kwame Eugene did excellent work last year and this year, however, he believes he did much better and that put him in a strong position to be crowned a winner of that title.
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