The Ghana music industry is a fast developing one with new artistes rising to fame each day and night.
Since the inception of 2019, many young male and female artistes have come to the limelight through their hard work and great display of talents.
The music industry has arguably become the most competitive industry in recent times. These artistes are working around the clock to release hit singles that will shake the whole country and make it to the top charts in Ghana and music lovers cannot help but cheer them up.
Some of these new artistes include but not limited to Mr. Drew, Fameye, Kumericans, Bosom P Yung, Gyakie, Yaw Tog, Crymi and AY Poyoo. But which two among them are currently being hyped on the various social and news media platforms ? Read on. I think the two most hyped artistes who are making Ghana proud are as follows.
1. Yaw Tog
Thorsten Owusu Gyimah known in the music industry as Yaw Tog is a fast-rising Ghanaian musical sensation from Kumasi in the Ashanti region.
The 'Sore' hit maker has received a massive viewership on the various online music streaming channels and YouTube as well. Recently, Yaw Tog was declared the BET International Amplified Artist of the month.
Jacqueline Acheampong is known in music lovers as Gyakie is an afro beat. Her hit song "Forever" which was released in August 2020 was a game changer for her which brought her to fame and received massive airplay in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya.
Aside that, the song ranked on the top of music charts in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria.
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