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Check out top five (5) Ghanaian celebrities to fight Coronavirus with New Songs. These top five Ghanaian celebrities are popularly known in Ghana as dancehall, afro-beat, hip-pop, rappers and many more artist's in Ghana.
During the covid-19 Pandemic, these Ghanaian celebrities released new songs to fight coronavirus in Ghana. And that made their fans to become more happy.
The songs they released was to tell all Ghanaians and their fans that, not even coronavirus can stop them from performing or releasing more songs for them.
The names of these Ghanaian celebrities are as follows; Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior, goes on stage by the name Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, who is known as the best rapper in West Africa, Kuami Eugene, also known as a afro-beat and hip-pop artiste in Ghana, Stonebwoy, known as one of Ghana's dancehall artiste with many reputations, Kwesi Arthur, well known as one of the famous celebrities in Ghana.
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