After a year of fantastic musical experience, Spotify is out with the verdict.
The music streaming platform has revealed the numbers behind the sounds to arrive at who attracted the most ears this year.
On Wednesday, November 30, Spotify in its annual round-up found Nigerian superstar, Burna Boy, to be the most streamed musician in Ghana.
The global hits from local artistes did not go unnoticed as Ghanaian break-out sensation, Black Sherif came second in the national ranking.
Kweku Frimpong, as he is affectionately called, has turned out earworms since his emergence onto the scene.
From his sermons to ‘Soja’, the 20-year-old’s projects have left many music enthusiasts impressed.
American pop star, Drake came in third, followed by Asake, Sarkodie, Kwesi Arthur, Fireboy DML, Davido, Lil Baby and Wizkid in that order.
Spotify’s Most Streamed Album for The Year category was also secured by Burna’s ‘Love, Damini’ in first place followed by Blacko’s ‘The Villain I Never Was’.
The latest figures generally suggest that the similarities between the two West African countries transcend mere culture into musical tastes.
The author, Kenneth Awotwe Darko is a journalist, music enthusiast and social media analyst.
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