DJ Edita

DJ Edita


From a humble beginning in his junior secondary school days, Richard Yeboah known in showbiz as DJ Edita had the chance to DJ for his school on various occasion. Upon realizing he had the potential of becoming a very good DJ, he then joined a mobile disc joking company (CHORUS SOUNDS LIMITED) whiles in senior secondary school.

He learnt a lot with the unlimited access he had to the company’s sound equipment at his disposal which laid the basics for what will later become his profession. DJ Edita joined Y FM in 2015 after winning the maiden edition of Y’DISCOVERY competition organized by Y 97.9FM. He was later added to YCE show production team and also doubled as a stand-in disc jockey of the show.

The Takoradi Technical University graduate became the official DJ of the YCE show in 2016 when the need arose. In 2017, DJ Edita was invited to be the Official DJ to play Miss TTU.

The first class HND holder is currently pursuing a degree in interior design and technology,

as well as the official DJ for the DRYVEONY with Nana Quasi-Wusu  and YCE show with Rham Besia

He has a song to his credit featuring Takoradi based artist Jaqson titled Chop Chop.

    Level Up, Yzz Up

    The Yzz Up and Level Up campaign, an initiative of YFM Ghana started as an intensive and educational journey/campaign on all matters concerning the Coronavirus disease; what it is, its implication and measures to safeguard one from it.

    Another main aim of the Yzz Up campaign is to teach the general public the proper way of wearing the masks i.e., to cover both the nose and the mouth, to push/ sensitize the general public on the various safety measures there are to help fight the virus and also to debunk all misinformation, myths and misconceptions of the Coronavirus.

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    The Yzz Up campaign not only seeks to reach out to its listeners but also to reach out to students who have one way or another found their way to campus. To make the educational journey fun and engaging, regular listeners stand the chance of winning amazing prizes for tuning in to the Yzz Up drama series.