Edem has proven a lot on the charts to be rated as one of the Creme-de-la-Creme musicians in Ghana within a short period of time; he has won the hearts of music lovers across the world, most visibly with his humility coupled with versatility, hardwork and the influence he has on both the young and old generation.
Earlier today on Pluzz 89.9fm with Samuel Baah (CEO of Flex Newspaper) hosted “Rambling Vibes” a music band based in London (on his AM Pluzz show) . Rambling Vibes is a rebrand of Ramblers Band. Due to the too much hatred, arrogance and noisome productions, often mistaken by most to be “music”, this group decided to bounce back with good music that defines and unite us as Africans.
“I want to believe that hard work with humility is like an invisible magnetic force which pulls people and resources around one to fulfill his / her dreams”, says Jerry Hanson, the leader of the band who commended Edem for his hard work and humility.
“I love his versatility and his willingness to collaborate with both the upcoming acts and already established acts,” Jerry Hanson added.
He advised the other artistes to emulate Edem since he has and is still displaying what it takes to grow the industry in a more matured way.
However, Edem’s new cuts “Angels & Demons” and “February” released over the weekend are doing well on airplay with unending tweets and posts all over social media.
Story: Richard Akpabli (EBN)