Hiplife artiste Denning Edem Agbeviadey known in showbiz as Edem last Saturday, May 10 hosted a group of music gurus at a focus group discussion for his upcoming album, �Books� �n� �Ryhmes�.
The group was to listen and judge his tracks for his �Books� �n� �Ryhmes� album scheduled to be released in September this year. The event which is the first of its nature in Ghana was held to help Edem select 20 songs for his upcoming album, �Books� �n� �Ryhmes�. .
Personalities present at the event held at Travern in Osu, Accra included Mark Okreku Mantey, Lawyer Michael Quaye, Ama K. Abebrese, Francis Doku, Magnom, Lil Shaker, Daddy Bosco, radio presenters and fans of Edem. The group was given the opportunity to listen and comment on 23 tracks by the Edem and give marks on the songs based on their opinion on each track.
After listening to the 23 tracks, Edem said he will choose 20 tracks out of those listened on the night and other 7 surprising tracks which were not played.
Sharing opinion on the 23 songs played on the night, Mark Okreku Mantey, CEO of Slip Music advised Edem to release songs which most Ghanaians can sing along.
�Nigerians are doing well in Ghana because they have melodies everybody can always sing along. It was actually our trademark when they took it from us. It�s good to do hardcore music but when you looking for the money or what people will appreciate, concentrate on what the ladies can sing�
Lawyer Michael Quaye and administrator of MUSIGA, Daddy Bosco applauded Edem for the focus group discussion for his upcoming album which has not been held in the country before.
Edem speaking to Zionfelix.com after the show said �I accept all the comments in good faith and I hope that by the time we digest all these view, have around table group discussions and put the album together, it will be worthy for Ghanaians to be proud of.�
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