Fameye’s ‘Nothing I Get’ seems to be enlarging its popularity base. The song which had topped the chart in week 20 is not giving up the crown just yet.

The song rose to fame among Ghanaians mainly because of the message it sends. The young artiste in the song preaches against jealousy and envy. The message which sits well with many Ghanaians has helped boost Fameye’s music career.

Running fast behind ‘Nothing I Get’ is ‘No More’ by Kuami Eugene. The love song is fast becoming a favourite of people in the country. In less than three weeks, the song which started on the chart at number 20 is holding the second spot.

At number three is ‘Kpo Keke’ by Stonebwoy. The song which features Medikal, Darkovibes, Kelvyn Boy and Kwesi Arthur has stayed strong in the top five, even after falling from number one.

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Going a step up from its previous position is ‘Shuga’ by Stonebwoy featuring Beenie Man. The song has remained in the top five after its premiere on the chart. It is at number four.

Although it had fallen to number nine in week 19 ‘Don’t Be Late’ by Kofi Mole has reclaimed the fifth spot. This artiste, however, has been accused of song theft.

The award-winning artiste could face a lawsuit from fans of Nottingham-born rapper Hex over some striking similarities between his new single “Don’t be late” and Hex’s “Canadian Drip” song.

The attention of Hex fans was drawn after Mr Eazi shared a link to Kofi Mole’s ‘Don’t be Late’ song on his Twitter wall endorsing it but it seems endorsement has created a fuss between the Ground Up Chale signee and fans of UK rapper, Hex.

Fans of Hex claim Kofi Molé’s “Don’t Be Late” song is a direct sampling of the UK rapper’s ‘Canadian Drip’ song released in 2018 and violates copyright laws.

At number six is ‘Jama’ by DJ Mic Smith featuring Patoranking and Shaker.

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After debuting at number 18 in week 19 ‘Nobody’ by Kwesi Arthur and Mr Eazi has taken over the seventh spot, a huge jump from its previous position.

The song which is on Kwesi Arthur’s LFNKII was released some days before the album dropped. The video for the song caught more attention from fans because it starred Efia Odo, who had previously expressed interest in the rapper.

‘Pilolo’ by Guilty Beatz, Mr Eazi and Kwesi Arthur may have dropped to number 19 after its debut but it has claimed the eighth spot.

‘Omo Ada’ by Medikal is at number nine.

‘W’asue Me’ by Obaapa Christy maintains the number tenth spot from week 20.

At number 11 is ‘Bad Energy’ by Guru featuring Kwesi Swat.

At number 12 is ‘Eno Be My Matter by Okyeame Kwame featuring Kuami Eugene. The song which debuted at number 20 in week 19, has also been involved in some controversies. Kuami Eugene was accused by an up and coming artiste for stealing his song and using it in the song.

‘Nsenkyerene Nyankopon’ by 2019 VGMA Gospel Artiste of the Year Diana Hamilton is number 13. The song made its debut on the chart at number 18 in week 20.

Samini’s ‘Rainbow’ is at number 14.

The new Lynx entertainment duo Dope Nation has their new single ‘Zanku’ at number 15. The dance

At number 16 is ‘Daavi Neba’ by Kawoula Biov featuring Patapaa, the song which had topped the chart in week 19

 ‘Mr. Badman’ by KiDi has dropped to number 17.

Making its debut on the chart is Holiday by Dadie Opanka featuring Kweysi Swat.

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Maintaining the 19th position is ‘Steve Wonder by Wendy Shay featuring Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale.

‘Mpaebo’ by Nacee has fallen to number 2o after making its debut at number 14.

Out of the chart is ‘Problem’ by Nautyca featuring Akwaboah.

Join Andy Dosty this and every Saturday at 12:30 pm, on the Adom Chart Show on Adom FM, to find out if ‘Daavi Neba’ will still hold unto number one or be dragged down.

We apologise for not bringing you the chart for week 20. The photos below hold the list of songs from week 20.

Adom FM Music Chart
Adom FM Music Chart

Source: myjoyonline.com