Chief One is fast becoming a ‘darling boy’ of the media eyes after Monday’s showdown in Koforidua at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Xperience Concert.
Delali Sika of Graphic Communications Group who writes for Graphic Showbiz, Attractive Mustapha of Modern Ghana and Worla of Ghana Music in a review after the show have tipped Chief One and Nautyca as top live band performers among the Unsung Nominees.
Watch a Video of Bloggers discussing the aftermath of the ‘Unsung’ Performers:
Chief One who broke into mainstream recognition in December 2021 has been one of the very consistent young Ghanaian talents creating an influence on the scene.
Watch his performance on the night below:
“Novayi”, his break out song had key eyeballs like Reggie Rockstone, Samini, Giovani Caleb, Gramps Morgan, and Reggy Zippy, among others endorsing him as a promising Ghanaian artiste to look out for. His debut EP titled “Here I Come” released barely 8 weeks ago has surpassed 1 million streams across digital streaming platforms. The EP has banging songs like “Young Boy”, “Mekamo”, “Nyemedzio” and his latest sensation “Du Agbe”. A total of 7 songs are listed for it.
Listen to the EP here: https://ditto.fm/here-i-come
He featured Omo Marani and did a collaboration with DD Don for the body of work. Watch “Du Agbe” Official Video here on YouTube
Black Sherif, who is in current global highlights also had a similar breakthrough in early 2021; many have tipped Chief One as the next to follow the same stead.
Chief One won 3 Music Awards’ “Next Rated Act” in March 2022 at the 5th edition of the awards and is currently a nominee for the #VGMA23 Unsung category. Though votes are still ongoing, Chief One is in a good lead to win the slot among 9 other nominees. The voting code for him is U2 to shortcode 1767 (fans can also vote for him to win for free online via www.GhanaMusicAwards.com).
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2022 is slated for May 6th and May 7th, the nominees’ jam was held on Monday, April 18, 2022, in Koforidua where some nominees serenaded revellers for the Easter festive season.
(Source: Elorm Beenie)