Edem joined Jay Foley and Jeremie on Live Breakfast Club on Live 91.9 FM Wednesday morning to talk about his career.
He shared plans about new music, collaborations he is working on, a deal with SONY Music and more.
Listen to interview below.
Read our previous story about Edem.
Rapper Edem has commended Ghana’s biggest youth brand, LIVE 91.9 FM for its consistent effort at supporting Ghanaian music including those by upcoming and alternative artistes.
In a message on Micro blogging site Twitter, he thanked the Adabraka-based station for creating exposure for “English acts and unorthodox Artiste (sic).”
Big up Yfm Live Fm Hitz Fm…if it wasnt for yall English acts and unorthodox Artiste will never See Exposure on radio
In August this year, the station introduced #GHMusicWednesdays, an initiative that sees only Ghanaian music played on the station for 24hours every Wednesday.
Live FM parades the best of presenters and DJs in the industry including Jay Foley, Jeremie, Antoine Mensah, Sammy Forson, Berla Mundi, Vanessa Gyan, DJ L0rd, Regina Krave, Jason, Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD), Sheldon, DJ Bass, DJ Isaac Cool, DJ Mingle, Bianca Buckman and Masta Jay.
The station covered extensively the 2016 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards, as the official media partner in Ghana after agreeing to a deal with organizers, Viacom International Media Networks.
Early this year, the station agreed to a deal with leading lifestyle and entertainment media organization TRACE. The two bodies agreed to tap into their existing strengths to provide compelling content that sits at the heart of Africa’s ever growing media and entertainment landscape.
A successful story that started in May 2015, LIVE FM has grown to become Ghana’s best testament of what youthful exuberance when unrestricted in creativity, can do, and the nation’s most exciting urban youth radio brand with a large following.
The station belongs to leading media group EIB Network, which also owns GH One TV, Starr FM, Kasapa FM, Ultimate FM, Empire FM, Abusua FM, Agoo FM, Agoo TV, and the Daily Heritage newspaper.