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Bisa Kdei is highest paid artist as per MTech Ghana.

According to the latest research done by popular mobile application and content providing company, MTech Ghana about the highest paid Ghanaian artist is Bisa Kdei.

The highlife sensation who has won four awards at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2016 is MTech Ring Back Tunes (RBT) highest paid musician so far.

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The hit songs of artist were already making waves in Ghana but after the release of two hit singles, Mansa and Brother Brother the artist’s name is always on the top of most listened Ghanaian musicians.

In an exclusive interview with the media news, the content mnager of Mtech communication firm, Mr Wisdom Agbedanu revealed this interesting news.

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As indicated by Content Manager, as far back as artist dropped these hit tracks, Brother Brother and Mansa, he has been leading their list.

He said, “Ronald Kweku Dei, better known as Bisa Kdei is among the few artists public continue subscribing to their caller ring back tunes. His numerous hit singles of past , Saa, Odo Carpenter and so forth were doing great in our chart list yet the inclusion of Mansa and Brother Brother has helped him to lead the rundown.”

He added, “we at MTech Communication Ghana really likes to avail this opportunity for saying congratulations to highlife musician and also to his management, Black Legendary Music (BLMC) for accomplishing this milestone with High Life music,” and urged him to keep it up.

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