Although Raymond Eduwoji Gbedza is new on the Hiplife music scene, he appears determined to make it to the top despite the problems Ghanaian Hiplife artistes go through when it comes to marketing and promoting their musical works.
His new album, ‘Yenko Nkoaa’, is currently being aired on a number of radio stations in the country.
Eduwoji is seen as an inspiration and his looks just cannot make one think of anything less. He has indeed proven beyond all reasonable doubts to his numerous fans that he really has come to stay.
Eduwoji, a young musician from Keta in the Volta region, is by all standards the man of the moment and the hottest commodity on the music market. As a recording artiste, Eduwoji can best be described as multi-talented and a versatile musician with a vision.
The lyrics of the album are neatly arranged with sensational and good rhythms, making the album a unique one, and having sung for several years, Eduwoji has a good voice that is appealing to music lovers throughout the country.
Until the early part of the year, not a handful of average Ghanaian music lovers were familiar with the name Eduwoji. That was soon to change with the release of the now popular single ‘Yenko Nkoaa’, which featured another young singer Stay Jay.
Interacting with the musician christened Raymond Eduwoji Gbedza, he did not mince words expressing his excitement about the positive feedback which followed the release of his hit single, now regarded as a street anthem.
“I am very grateful to God and all music lovers in Ghana and elsewhere who accepted my single and made it popular. Now, ‘Yenko Nkoaa’ is one of the hottest songs in Ghana. From radio to television, the song is all over the place and I am very grateful”.
‘Yenko Nkoaa’ is a Hiplife tune and an up-tempo cut interlaced with amazing lyrics in Ewe and Twi. The song chronicles a true story of a lady gold digger who makes a calculated attempt to get goodies from a male friend without returning that favour.
It is that type of music which grows on you after listening to it for the first time. The hook is rather irresistible and the type one can easily dance to. ‘Yenko Nkoaa’ is a perfect choice for lovers of danceable tunes and appeals to all classes of people.
Without doubt, Eduwoji, under the management of Flava Entertainment, is one musician riding high and has managed to leave his trademark phrase ‘Yenko Nkoaa’ on the lips on several music lovers.
From the coast of Accra, to the rest of the country, it is ‘Yenko Nkoaaa’ all the way.
Source Daily Guide Ghana