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Camidoh’s ‘Sugarcane’ Remix Video Amasses over 100 Million Views on YouTube

The "Sugarcane" remix video is currently the first music video by a Ghanaian artiste to achieve this feat on YouTube.

The remix video to the Afrobeats Song, “Sugarcane,” by Ghanaian Afrobeat artiste, Camidoh, has garnered over 100 million views on YouTube, the first Ghanaian song to achieve that.

The “Sugarcane” remix video is currently the first music video by a Ghanaian artiste to achieve this feat on YouTube. The video shot in Ghana, Accra, dethroned Sarkodie’s 2014 “Adonai” video featuring Castro, which boasts 97 million views and was previously the most-watched music video in Ghana.

Ghanaian cinematographer, Rexford Kyei-Sarkodie, better known as Rex, shot and directed the four-minute music video.  Rex has filmed numerous music videos for Ghanaian artists, including the remix of “Touch It” by Kidi and Tyga, “Legbegbe” by Stonebwoy, and “Never Carry Last” by DJ Vyrusky, which features Kuami Eugene and Mayorkun, among many others.

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The original version of the song was released in 2021, followed by a remix featuring UK rapper Darkoo, Nigeria’s Mayorkun, and King Promise in 2023.  In May 2023, the “Sugarcane” remix peaked at number one on Apple Music’s Nigeria Top 100 Music Chart. The song was nominated for “Viewer’s Choice: Best New International Act” at the 2023 BET Awards. The song also won the VGMA awards for Afrobeats Song of the Year and Best International Collaboration. Both versions of the songs were created by Nigerian producer Phantom.

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Raphael Camidoh Kofi Attachie, better known as Camidoh, is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter who specialises in Afropop, R&B, and Afrobeats music. In 2018, he released his first single, “For My Lover,” which featured Darkovibes, followed by a six-track EP called “Contingency Plan” in 2020. He rose to prominence between 2021 and 2022, following the release of his single “Sugarcane” in December 20217.

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