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Born Nicholas Edem Coffie, the Ghanaian vocalist, record producer, and songwriter is recognized for his afro-fusion sound, combining western R&B and pop elements with African soundscapes.
Yung D3mz is the producer behind Kwesi Arthur’s hit songs “Baajo” & “Turn On The Lights”, which bagged him the Best Producer nomination with the former winning “Best collaboration” at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA ’22). His production on ”Baajo” in the same year became the song for the global campaign for the no.1 Afrobeat playlist on Apple Music “Africa Now”.
He’s collaborated with other artistes such as , Adenkunle Gold, M.anifest, Gyakie, Twitch, La Même Gang, Darkovibes, Joeboy, J. derobie, Dj P. Montana, Lapili, and others.
Featured image credits / Courtesy of Yung D3mz / Instagram