Nana Quasi-Wusu also known as PM or The Finest MC is an award-winning presenter, MC, Singer, Actor, Fashion Model and humanitarian. He is the Originator of the Jargon “Blaklaaa” which means “Proud to be black” Its mission is to campaign Against Skin Bleaching, Promote Made in Ghana and encourage the youth to keep their hustle legal alongside some annual charity projects like “Dine with The Street” all under PM Foundation. Because of his extreme support for talents, he has earned himself the nickname “Talent Ambassador”.

Nana Quasi-Wusu started his Radio Career at Y97.9FM in 2014 as the Host of Roots & Revival, the only Reggae show on YFM at the time for 2years. He was then switched to host the Y Campus Express (YCE) show for a year and some months and along the line, “Shouts on Y”. He is currently the host of The DrYve of Your Lyfe. Within his one-year takeover, the show became number in W/R according to Geopoll.

The Finest MC, in 2014, was honoured for his good job in MC-ing at the G-Park Excellence Awards, Won Best Reggae Show Host in 2015 at the Sekondi-Takoradi Radio Awards

  • C Baze Awards 2019: Students Favourite Radio Presenter (Nominee)
  • Ghana DJ Awards 2020: Event MC/Hypeman Of The Year (Nominee)
  • National Communications Awards 2020: National Radio Personality Of The Year (Winner)

Within his 6years journey as a Broadcast Journalist, he has interviewed personalities like

Gramps Morgan (Grammy winner), Bay C of T.O.K, Rocky Dawuni (Grammy Nominee), Manifest, Kofi Kinaata, Jay Foley, Pappy kojo, Edem, Medikal, DopeNation, etc

    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.

    With each station in the Y Triangle handling various topics every day, the Yzz Up campaign also seeks to clear the air on fears and myths expressed by the general public concerning the Covid-19 vaccine. In as much as the campaign is to educate the general public, each station has special segments that allow their listeners to phone in and share their experiences since Covid19 entered the shores of Ghana and also the challenges of adapting to a new normal.

    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.