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Ewe language is no barrier to my musical success as I am currently Top 100 in the Chinese charts – Chief One

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Language will not stand in the way of Chief One’s rise to worldwide supremacy, an up-and-coming artist from Ghana who performs in his native Ewe tongue.

Chief One has proven that music is actually a universal language by becoming well-known for songs like Wotelewoea, Du Agbe, and Toyota in both domestic and foreign markets.

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The Ziope and Keta native, whose songs are now in the top 100 on China’s music charts, suggested in a recent interview with TV3 New Day that the quality of his music is what has led to his present success on a worldwide scale.

“I play in Togo and other countries. Music is a language in itself and currently, my music, “Young Boy” is in the Top 100 China Charts,” he disclosed

According to the data that is currently available, there are around 20 million Ewe speakers across all of West Africa, with 6 million of those speakers living in Ghana.

Despite these figures, the fact that not many people outside of Ghana speak a language like Ewe while creating music might restrict an artist.

The Wotelewoea crooner nevertheless enjoys a sizable following in the United States, despite this.

“Aside from Ghana, the country with my most streams is the United States of America,” the VGMA New Artiste of the Year nominee stated.

Chief One claims that he is still dedicated to his goal of producing music that reflects his culture and tongue.

 

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