Edem – Fiefuor

March 01, 2018 at 10:21
Edem – Fiefuor

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Denning Edem Hotor is a Ghanaian chronicle craftsman and performer who performs under the name Edem.

Edem was conceived in Dzodze in the Volta Region of Ghana. Of two children, Edem is the main child and Wendy Sefakor Agbeviadey. The youthful Edem spent the greater part of his childhood in Accra and Aflao. He finished his essential and Junior High training at the Amazing Love International Schools. As a result of the auxiliary educational system in Ghana, he enlisted in Bishop Herman College for his senior secondary school training. He lost his mom at age 13. He was left with his father, a legal advisor, and his sister. He lost his father at age 16. His lone close family right now is his sister. He grew up encompassed by music, extending from hip jump to dancehall, reggae and highlife.

By age nine, Edem was normally discovered beating on tables, purge tins and any thing that could create great mood. He joined his first music bunch in middle school. In senior high, he shaped a 6-part assemble called the Ringmasters. They performed at the school and at funfairs somewhere else. They generally sang, rapped and moved. After senior secondary school, he continued with his mission to manufacture a business profession in music. He recorded in the underground with specialists including Kokromoti, Nival, Trigmatic, Vyroz, M.O.B and Osibo .

Edem showed up on Voice of America where he discussed his “Nyedzilo” video, which highlights Mavin Records own one of a kind Reekado Banks, and his recordings, for example, “The One”, including Sway that discussions about Africa’s freedom and his honor winning melody Koene that were already included on Music Time Africa by Heather Maxwell and Vincent Makori.[1]

In 2006 he discharged his first radio hit single “Witine Woshi”, which interprets as “we came and they ran”. It increased much prominence in his locale and added to his underground notoriety. That year he got together authoritatively with The Last Two Entertainment Group, headed by the hit producer Hammer of The Last Two. This name is in charge of craftsmen incorporating Obrafour in 1999, Tinny and the crazy person Kwaw Kesse in 2005.

Edem showed up at live shows, fundamentally as the opening represent the John Legend show at the International Conference Center in Accra in 200. Prior to his introduction collection, he teamed up with different acts, particularly with Obrafour. He went on a national visit with Obrafour.

Following two years in the studio (2006 December to 2008 December), he concocted his first single “Bougez”. It got airplay the nation over. His first collection highlighted new and in addition set up acts, for example, Tinny, Kwaw Kesse, Sarkodie, Obour, Asem, K. k. Fosu, Tuba, Samini, Jayso, Trigmatic, El and Gemini.

Edem showed up on shows, for example, Stars of the Future Season 3 Finales, Ghana Music Awards (2009) and all real college shows. He has been a piece of the University of Ghana’s Commonwealth Hall week, Akuafo Hall week, Evandy Hostel(Legon) week festivity, Pentagon Hostel week festivity, Miss WA Poly, Miss Ho Poly, KNUST’s Unity Hall week festivity and University Of Cape Coast’s Kwame Nkrumah Hall Week 2013.

This collection is an aftereffect of two years of chronicles in Accra. Every one of the verses were composed by Edem. The structures were delivered by Hammer of The Last Two who served as the official maker.

Large scale manufacturing was to be a change from his first. The collection, he stated, holds a blend of one of a kind beats created by different designers including hammer. Edem says, “…It fundamentally is a change from me being an artiste with a first collection and now attempting to put music out that will engage everyone that has upheld me. Presently the collection is Mass Production since it will be made effectively accessible and reasonable to everyone in a circle of life in the nation.” In a meeting with Peacefmonline.com, Edem unveiled that his main tune on the collection is “Kate” the main track created by Hammer of The Last Two. “Whenever I hear that tune it helps me to remember my starting”, he said. On why he chose to drop Ayigbe from name he said “This has nothing to do with picture emergency.”

“The aim of Volta Regime’ as a collection was to create an impression for my locale to be regarded… this announcement was to influence everyone to realize that you can utilize your tongue and offer anyplace over the world and in doing that I needed to likewise ensure that the general population from my area take pride when they are disdainfully called Ayigbe individuals or anything.”

“Two years along the line in the wake of executing ‘Volta Regime’, I know many individuals who take pride in the name now”, he clarified. He said the motivation behind utilizing Ayigbe has been satisfied subsequently his choice to stick to just Edem which is as yet an Ewe name.[2]

His recordings incorporate “Delaila” ft M.I, “The One remix” ft Sway, “Just in Ghana”, “Insidious” and “Awful” ft Coded (4×4) , Koene, “Over Again remix” and “Not on my level (heyba)”, which highlighted on BET 106 &Park, ChannelOTV and TraceTv. “Not on My Level? achieved 49th position on Reflexfm Urban top100 graph in Netherlands.


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