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KiDi(Early Life, Net Worth, Career,…)

Dennis Nana Dwamena, better noted by his stage name KiDi, which means Rhythm, was born on August 18, 1993. He is a very renowned Ghanaian singer and song writer known for the delivery of songs in the genres of Afrobeats and Highlife.

Dennis was born on 18, August 1993, in Accra, Ghana. He was born to his mom, Beatrice and his dad Gerald Dwamena hailing from the Ga traditional area and Kwahu respectively. Unfortunately, his dad passed away when KiDi was seven years old.

He attended St. Anthony School for his primary education, then continued to Accra Academy where he obtained his Senior High School certificate and later proceeded to the University of Ghana, Legon in Accra where he earned a degree in Economics and Information Studies. KiDi has a son named Zayne.

While at the University, he partook in various music concerts and shows including Rapperholic Concert, December to Remember. He has produced several tracks, coproduced with other producers like Richie Mensah. He has also written for Ghanaian acts including MzVee and Adina. KiDi has also collaborated with artists such as Tic Tac, Kojo Cue, Magnom, and Kwesi Arthur among others.


In 2022, during the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards

  •  He won the Best Afrobeats song of the year.
  • International Collaboration of the Year
  • Most Popular Song of the Year.
  • Best Reggae/Dancehall song of the Year.
  • Afrobeat/Afropop Artist
  • Video of the Year.
  • Album of the Year.
  • Artist of the Year.
  • Best Male Vocal Performance and the Best Afrobeats Song.

During the Headys Awards,

  • Best African Artist of the Year.

In 2021, at the VGMA Awards, he won,

  • Artist of the Year
  • Afrobeats/Afropop Song of the Year.
  • Most Popular Song of the Year.
  • Afrobeat/Afropop Artist of the Year.
  • EP of the Year
  • Collaboration of the Year.
  • Best Male Vocal Performance
  • Best Highlife Song including a number of awards in the subsequent years.

written by Ruth Ama Onumah



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