Fancy Gadam has the number one song on Live FM.
The 2017 Ghana Music Awards ‘Best New Artiste of the Year’ winner’s song ‘Total Cheat‘ featuring Sarkodie has earned him the enviable title of having the most played song on urban radio.
Songs by Kidi, Kuame Eugene, Adina Thembi, Magnom, Stonebwoy, and Sarkodie also made the Top 10 List.
buy viagra online Live FM Top 10 Most Played is curated from the daily playlist on shows on the Adabraka-based radio station. It is aired on Route919, buy cialis no prescription Live FM‘s Drive show hosted by Antoine Mensah every Friday between 3 and 6pm.
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LIVE FM and its presenters are credited with providing a platform for upcoming artistes, and also supporting the craft of established acts. The station’s programming and events is testament to its dedication to the growth of the Ghanaian music industry.
The Live FM 0n-Air team includes Jay Foley, Jeremie, Antoine Mensah, Sammy Forson, Berla Mundi, Vanessa Gyan, DJ Lord, Regina Krave, Jason, Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD), Sheldon, DJ Bass, DJ Isaac Cool, DJ Mingle, AJ Sarpong, Bianca Buckman, Emeline Nsingi Nkosi, Terry Mingle, and Masta Jay.
A successful story that started in May 2015, LIVE FM has grown to become Ghana’s best testament of what youthful exuberance when restricted in creativity can do, and the nation’s most exciting youth brand with a large following.
Foley and Gyan led the station’s extensive coverage of the 2016 Black Entertainment Television(BET) Awards as the only Ghanaian Media Partner after a deal with organizers, Viacom International Media Networks.
In the same year, a deal was reached with TRACE, leading Lifestyle and entertainment media organization. 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.
LIVE FM is owned by Africa’s fastest growing media group EIB Network, which also owns GH One TV, Agoo TV, FIESTA TV, Starr FM, Kasapa FM, Ultimate FM, Empire FM, Abusua FM, Agoo FM, and the Daily Heritage Newspaper.