Camidoh, Ghana’s most popular Afro-pop artist, is looking forward to competing with Kelvyn Boy for the most streamed music across music streaming platforms.

Camidoh referred to Kelvyn Boy as “my brother” during an interview with NY DJ on Y102.5 FM’s “Ryse n Shyne,” and expressed his pride at seeing a Ghanaian dominate music streaming services in comparison to prior times.

Ghanaian artists’ quest for the top ranks, he claims, means everything to him.

“Kelvyn Boy is my brother for life, to be honest. I’m glad to see that as well. Nigerian and other African tunes have dominated our (Ghanaian) Apple Music for the top 100 and all that over the years. So I’m overjoyed to see two Ghanaians and others occupying positions 1 to 5 on the list “he stated

 

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“Because that’s all that matters, it’s cool and really attractive. After you’ve listened to my song, you’ve listened to his (Kelvyn Boy’s) song and the songs of other Ghanaians. It’s cool, and that’s all we need as Ghanaians.’ “he .

“Sugarcane,” Camidoh’s most recent song, topped the “Top 100 Apple Music” with over a million streams, according to the Apple Music Chart.

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