“Ghana’s next biggest Afrobeat artist is KIAANI” – Abieku Santana

The celebrated multiple awards winning who is one of Ghana’s finest broadcast journalist, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana, popularly known as has stated that KIAANI is the next biggest Afrobeat artists Ghanaians must stay on the look for.

Speaking to Spicefmonline, Abieku Santana said his new discovery, Kiaani was introduced to him by a friend and he is already in love with the young upcoming Afrobeat artist.

“Impressed by his new singles, played Kiaani’s songs on the late afternoon show on Accra based OK FM which listeners attest to the fact that Kiaani is solid” he said.


According to him, he believes unlike other upcoming artist, “Kiaani has a solid production team helping him because as I listen to his signals, you realized all the punch lines in the songs are intact with good lyrical contents”, he added.

Meanwhile, management of KOPRIS Records Ent and 360hypegh have commended Abeiku Santa for appreciating the musical intellect of Kiaani.

“Indeed Kiaani is a wonder yet to be fully unraveled in the Music Industry and even with his two singles 360hypegh can conveniently say that, Kianni is one of the best hit that has rocked the Music Industry in Ghana this year”,- Management.

Kiaani is currently promoting His new singles #FA and “For Better for Worse”.

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Kojo Ennimil Arthur | Spicefmonline.com |Ghana

Patrick Ennimil Arthur

A dedicated Journalist who is keen on exploring unexpected angles of stories. Equipped with 11 years of prolific writing experience in different avenues; solid in cinematography, I produce and publish factual, ethical and impactful investigative articles. With excellent reporting skills and live presentation abilities on air and digital platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Skype and Google. Formally with METRO TV, ATINKA TV, Ahoto FM but currently the News Editor and online manager for Spice 91.9 FM and Beach 105.5 FM.

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