Although, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is scheduled for later this year but, Ghanaians can't stop deliberating on the nominees in the various categories. It is very easy to pinpoint the winner from some categories however, that can't be said about certain categories which most music lovers believe are power packed. Such category include Vodafone Most Popular song of the year.
The Vodafone Most Popular song of the year category is full of Artiste with hit songs, all the songs dominated airwaves. From Sarkodie's happy day, Bosom Pyung with "Atta Adwoa", Medikal with " la hustle remix", Keche with "No dulling", Kuami Eugene with "open gate", Kofi Jamar with "ekorso", Diana Hamilton with "adom", King Promise with "sisa", Darkovibes with "inna song", Yaw Tog with "sore" and kidi with " say Cheese" and "enjoyment". All of the songs in the category were loved and well received by Ghanaians and I can say these songs can be found on every DJs playlist. Some songs have become much of an anthem in Ghana, so who wins this category that's the question.
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