It is the job of a radio disc jockey to play songs of artistes, but it takes more than usual for a prominent artiste to take some time off to big up a DJ. In that essence, such a happening is news. In the evening of November 20, 2018, the BET and MTV award winner, and currently awarded NEA Best Male Artiste, Sarkodie

took to Twitter to declare his appreciation to Kumasi-based disc jockey, DJ Aroma.

 

Sarkodie

In the tweet King Sark stated, “Just heard one DJ inside Kumasi keep playing my joints on the waves @djaromaGH back to back God bless you brother …. Thanks.” Barely do we see the “Adonai” hitmaker specifically shower gratitude on one person. You’d think at Sarkodie’s level, he doesn’t need much airplay. This evidently shows DJ Aroma has been doing exceptionally outstanding work. This isn’t the first time the young man has done it. Quite recently, he dedicated a full segment on his show, Party Pressure to Mr Eazi, a day after the “London Town” hitmaker dropped his mixtape “Life is Eazi Vol. 2.”

Born Collins Nartey, DJ Aroma is a product of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). During school days he was awarded Most Influential DJ at Ghana Tertiary Awards 2015. This year, he was named Best Pub DJ (Bar Naas) at Ghana DJ Awards. Every time he touches the turntables, he switches up the atmosphere at parties and other events. He currently hosts Full Circle at 10PM from Mondays to Thursdays, then Friday Night Flex and Party Pressure at 6PM on Fridays and Saturdays, respectively on Y102.5 FM. Connect with him via social media (Twitter & IG: @djaromaGH | Facebook:  DJAroma Gh )

 

Published by Joseph 'Aqweci' Ofori

Joseph 'Aqweci' Ofori is the founder of SteezeHub, a Medical Laboratory Scientist, a writer and blogger. He is filled with immeasurable amount of passion for innovation and creativity. He loves music with his all. Connect with him via Twitter (http://www.steezehub.com/aqweci)

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