VIDEO: King Paluta Finally Reveals Why His “Yahitte” Viral Song Has Many Remixes

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Ghanaian musician and rapper King Paluta, known offstage as Thomas Adjei Wireko, has opened up exclusively about the phenomenon behind the multiple remixes of his viral hit song, “Yahitte.”

The track, now boasting of three distinct remixes, has garnered immense attention and acclaim within the Ghanaian music scene.

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During an interview with award-winning vlogger Zionfelix on the Uncut show, King Paluta shed light on why the song became a magnet for collaborations.

He disclosed that numerous artists expressed a strong desire to features on the track due to their belief in its musical quality and potential.

The remixes, each showcasing a unique blend of talent, feature notable names in the Ghanaian music industry.

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The first remix had Quame Strika, followed by a subsequent version featuring the combined artistry of Andy Dosty, Strongman, and Amerado.

The last remix, which features Kuami Eugene and Andy Dosty, is one that has also been doing tremendously well on the music market and according to King Paluta, it is actually the most streamed out of all the three.

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King Paluta revealed that the getting Kuami Eugene on that remix stemmed from a direct message sent to him from the Lynx Entertainment star.

He went on to reveal that despite his attempts to propose alternative collaborations, Kuami Eugene insisted on being part of “Yahitte,” emphasizing the song’s appeal and his eagerness to contribute.

Watch King Paluta speak in the interview below for more:

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