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YFM, Ghana’s number one urban station, on Friday 16th August treated tertiary students from various institutions, under the open skies of the Serallio Restaurant and Event Centre with a night of fun before school resumes, in an event dubbed ‘College Rocks’.

Organized under YFM’s Y Campus Express (YCE) wing, the event had the venue well branded with a rustic setup that gave the patrons the needed ambience before starting a new semester.

An excited partygoer, Petra Nyatepe who is a student of the University of Ghana Legon said this is not her first encounter with YCE said ‘’I was at the YCE event that was held in March during the Pent Hall week and it is official ‘College Rocks’ is indeed the official and best Pre ‘Akwaaba’ party.

“In my opinion, a party is not just about playing music, it’s about the dexterity of the DJ and the sequence and seamless flow of each song from one genre to the other. And YFM DJs do not disappoint. I am so ready for my first semester of level four hundred (400)’’ she beamed.

Another reveller, Maame Esi Peterson Brown a level three hundred (300) Student of University of Cape Coast expressed her gratitude to YFM for the College Rocks party.


“The open bar setup did the magic for me; it gave the party the ambiance it needed. I have been dancing throughout. I am so happy a friend invited me and it was worth it.

I think what set YFM apart is that they genuinely understand the needs of young people like us. Thank you YFM” she said.

Programmes Manager of YFM Eddy Blay commended Serallio Restaurant, Open Bar and Event Centre for the partnership and Blanc Foussy for refreshing the patrons. According to Eddy Blay when it comes to events and anything else about YFM we always go by this quote.

“Whatever you do, do it well”

This quote summarises what we do for our listeners all year round. We always want to give them the best so they can keep coming again and again.” he stated.

Rev Erskine who is the host of the YCE radio show also gave the opportunity for interested students to join the YCE Fan Club.

“There are benefits to joining the fan club such as meeting and interacting with new people and always getting first-hand information on what is going on at YFM. You can also tune in to Y 107.9 FM every Saturday from 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm to be part of the YCE radio show” he stated.


It was a total shutdown when YFM’s Masters of the turntable DJ Kess, DJ MicSmith, French Kiss DJ, and DJ Quarps took turns on the turntable to mix some Afrobeats, Hip Hop, Old School Music among others at the Glow in the Dark themed party event dubbed ‘Y Carbon Glow’ at the Carbon night club in Accra on Saturday, 10th August 2019.

The venue’s only illumination was neon coloured laser lights and glow paints on the bodies of patrons. Ravers, danced their heart out reliving every single moment of the experience.

The ‘Y Carbon Glow Party’ is part of a series of themed parties that YFM, Ghana’s number one urban radio is bringing to its cherish listeners and the general public. The other upcoming parties are the YCE Akwaaba Party happening on the 7th of September, the Y Mask on 12th of October and the YFM Birthday Drink up party.

The ‘YCarbon Glow party’ also gathered other YFM presenters including Kojo Manuel, Kokonsa Kester, Johnny Stone, Rev. Erskine and a host of others.

Musician Pappy Kojo was at the event to make the night more fun for patrons.

Speaking about the ‘Y Carbon Glow party’, YFM’s Programmes Manager, Eddy Blay said the “Y Carbon Glow Party” like every themed event gives ravers a perfect break from the regular parties. At YFM we do not do routine and we are all for the new and trendy.

We always love giving back to our society hence the creation of these events such the Y Carbon Glow, which is a non-ticketing event to allow our listeners the opportunity to have fun with us.’’ he stated.

Eddy Blay further thanked Carbon nightclub for hosting the event and Blanc Foussy for refreshing patrons with their champagne.

For the latest news updates on YFM Events, visit and follow YFM on Twitter and Instagram, @y1079fm and on Facebook @Y1079fm.


Y 97.9 FM, Ghana’s number one urban radio station, in collaboration with the leadership of the Zongo communities in Takoradi has organized a football gala dubbed ’The Zongo Hood Games’ at the Sekondi Red Park.

The YFM initiative meant to bring the Muslim communities in the Western Region together to compete in a friendly soccer tournament was under the theme ‘Say No to Political Vigilantism’.

This year’s event had nine (9) communities participating in the ‘Zongo Hood Games’. Communities represented included ‘Apremdo’, ‘Effia’, ‘Effiekuma’, ‘Kweikuma’, ‘Kwesimintim’, ‘Sekondi,’ ‘Kojokrom’, ‘Takoradi’ and ‘Tanokrom Zongo’ with ‘Kojokrom Zongo’ emerging champions of the 2019 Edition of the games.

The Western Regional Chief Imam, Imam Assan Ali, who was the Special Guest of Honour urged Zongo Youths to always choose peace no matter the circumstances.

‘’The Muslim youth are always seen as violent. I urge you all to change that narrative and choose peace. Several political parties since independence have engaged the services of youth groups especially Muslim youth and lately some vigilante groups resorted to illegal acts; including confiscation of both private and state property. Forced eviction and the ejection of state officials from their apartments, physical assault of former government appointees, and other human rights abuses. But it is time we say no political vigilantism, that is why the theme for the Zongo Hood Games is timely”. Imam Assan Ali said.


Programmes Manager for YFM Takoradi - Mr. Agyekum Gyimah Akwasi commended Miksi, Mandazi by Penda foods, Talent Promotions and Twellium Industries for their support and reiterated the need for peace in the Zongo Communities.

“Peace is a key component of sustainable development. A healthy business environment is important for development, and in conflict-ridden communities, business operations are disrupted due to the unreliable social services and the prevalence of social problems such as poverty, hunger and inequality. So, let’s always choose peace so that our communities will see rapid development” Mr. Agyekum said.

Visit and follow YFM Takoradi on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @ Y979FM, for latest news and events updates.


Ahead of Founders’ Day, YFM, Ghana’s number one urban radio station paraded Medikal, Pappy Kojo, Wendy Shay, Kelvyn Boy, Fameye, Flowking Stone among others before a mammoth crowd that converged at the West Hills Mall for the Area Codes Jam.

Area Codes Jam is an annual entertainment show held in some selected communities around the country. The community entertainment show is put together by YFM and sponsored by Black Rock Honey Whiskey.


The Omo Ada hitmaker Medikal had the crowd chanting and singing to all his songs. He performed ‘Too Risky’, ‘Kpo Keke’ smash hit jam tagged Wrowroho which from the look of things was the crowd’s favourite. Medikal had the crowd so spell-bound with his performance that he made the audience turn on their phone light in a glow in the dark fashion that momentarily, the only source of light at the venue was from the phone lights of patrons.

Wendy Shay can sure work up a crowd with her firecracker performance where she was dancing left and right without losing her singing breath even once.

From Uber Driver, Masakra, Stevie Wonder among other songs, she kept the audience enthralled through-out her performance.

Other acts who thrilled patrons with their energetic performances at the event were Pappy Kojo, Flowking Stone, Kofi Mole, Gasmilla, Fameye, Donzy, Ayisem. Also bursting with energy, they dished out hit songs to the delight of patrons.

The rest are Feli Nuna, Eno Barony, Dopenation, among many others also did their bit to entertain patrons at this year’s Area Codes Jam. In fact, it will be difficult for organisers or patrons to award the best performer at the 2019 edition of Area Codes Jam because the pace of all the acts who mounted the stage to perform at this year’s event was brilliant.

Speaking at the side-lines of the Area Codes Jam, Programmes Manager of YFM Eddy Blay expressed his pride in the success of the event.

“Area Codes Jam started in 2009 and we have given our community quality entertainment since the maiden edition in Dansoman. We couldn’t have done it without the artistes who have always given their all to Area Codes Jam. To the team from YFM who always put the event together, I say kudos” he said.

“It is not just a mantra when we say we are the number one (1) urban radio station in Ghana. YFM brings music and entertainment from all over the globe closer to you. With diverse shows, you’re guaranteed to find something new with every listen” he stated.

According to Eddy Blay, Area Codes Jam is slated for September and November in Kumasi and Takoradi respectively.


The 2019-2020 Premier League season is due to start imminently, and with it comes the excitement of a new fantasy football campaign.

Global Media Alliance Broadcasting Company (GMABC), made up of Happy FM, Y 107.9FM, Y 97.9FM and Y 102.5FM and e.TV Ghana is giving sports fans an opportunity to fully participate in this year’s English Premier League (EPL) as fantasy managers of the various club teams in the premiership through the Fantasy League.

To be part of this exciting football adventure, log on to and

join the GMABC Fantasy Premier League (FPL) with code ZVT3PJ and stand a chance of winning amazing monthly prizes of football Jerseys of choice, Mobile Phones, Gift Vouchers and a Grand Prize of an all-expenses paid trip to Sao Tome.

Fantasy Premier League (FPL) Managers have a budget of £100.0 million to spend on a new squad of up to fifteen (15) players.

A squad consists of two (2) goalkeepers, five (5) defenders, five (5) midfielders and three (3) forwards.

Beginners can download the Fantasy League App from Play Store or App Store and join the GMABC League using the code ZVT3PJ.

Weekly update will be done on ‘Y Sports Update’ across the Y Triangle of Accra, Kumasi and Takoradi at 8:00am. On Happy FM’s ‘Anopa Bosuo’ sports every weekday between 6:00am to 10:00am. Viewers can also watch the ratings live on e.TV Ghana’s ‘The Team’ every weekday at 12 noon.

The Fantasy League is a virtual game in which participants, who act as coaches, assemble a virtual team of real-life footballers and score points based on those players' actual statistical performance or their perceived contribution on the field of play.