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“Edem Is Ghana’s Best Rapper. – Tinny Reveals.

With respect to flow and dexterity, Ghanaian revered Ga rapper, Nii Addo Quaynor, better known by his stage name as Tinny has revealed that Denning Edem Hotor, Ghanaian recording artist and entertainer who performs under the name Edem, is Ghana’s all time unrivaled and nonpareil rapper to have surfaced within the creative arts and culture sector.

According him, the President and fore leader of Volta Regime Music Group (VRMG) vocal delivery incorporates “rhyme, rhythmic speech, and street vernacular”, and is performed or chanted in a variety of ways, adding that, Edem’s lyrical content, and style are unarguably unmatched irrespective of the language he employ to achieve success within his career of endeavor.

VRMG Boss, Edem

Speaking as guest on Zylofon Tv’s “Show Bizness” entertainment review programme hosted by Kwesi Essel, Tinny revealed that, the “Toto” hit maker’s rap is often associated with, and is mostly the primary ingredient of hip-hop music, but the origins of the phenomenon predate hip-hop culture.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bardman Family highlighted that, Edem’s components of rap which includes “content” (what is being said), “flow” (rhythm, rhyme), and “delivery” (cadence, tone) have met the international standard, that has made him a primitive courier and best presenter of the genre.

Edem appeared on Voice of America where he talked about his “Nyedzilo” video, which features Mavin Records’ very own Reekado Banks, and his videos such as “The One”, featuring Sway that talks about Africa’s liberation and his award-winning song Koene that were previously featured on Music Time Africa by Heather Maxwell and Vincent Makori.

In 2006, he released his first radio hit single “Witine Woshi”, which translates as “we came and they ran”. It gained much popularity in his region and added to his underground reputation. That year, he got together officially with The Last Two Entertainment Group, headed by the hit maker Hammer of The Last Two. This label is responsible for artists including Obrafour in 1999, Tinny and the madman Kwaw Kesse in 2005.

Edem appeared at live shows, significantly as the opening act for the John Legend concert at the International Conference Center in Accra in 2000. Before his debut album, he collaborated with other acts, especially with Obrafour. He went on a national tour with Obrafour.

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