“Toto” Is A Hit Even Though The Media Didn’t Play It – Edem

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Ghanaian rapper Edem has aired his views about his song “Toto” becoming a hit despite it being was banned on radio as it was classified as a profane song.

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The artist wrote on his Instagram page that even though the media never played the song, the youth embraced it and made it popular throughout the country.

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“RADIO NEVER PLAYED THIS SONG COS THEY CLAIM ITS PROFANE…TV DIDNT PLAY IT EITHER…WELL [email protected] EM..THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN….#GBEVUNATION#VRMG#GOGETEM,” he wrote.

“Toto” is a Ga word which literally means a woman’s v*gina and that makes the song not media friendly.

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RADIO NEVER PLAYED THIS SONG COS THEY CLAIM ITS PROFANE…TV DIDNT PLAY IT EITHER…WELL [email protected] EM..THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN….#GBEVUNATION #VRMG #GOGETEM

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SOURCE: Ghanacelebrities.com


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