If you know Ebony or listen to her every well you’ll realize Ebony was one of her idols. She actually broke into the music scene with a cover of “Sponsor.” Just as her death came as a shock to all of us, Dhat Gyal didn’t take it lightly. In view of that she hit the studio to record this emotional and heartfelt tribute to the lost queen.
Hallowed is a student who is inspired by his mom, born and bred in Juapong, V/R (JamTown). He’s not limited to any style of music but loves Hip-Hop music. “Tell Me (Gbloenam)” is about a guy having problems in a relationship with a lady, asking why she’s treating him unfairly. I doubted someone could actually remake Magnom’s “My Baby” till I heard Hallowed’s song. Enjoy!
Music producer and songwriter, PoeBoi has finally released the much-anticipated mixtape dubbed ‘’SPREADLOVE’’ , featuring some of the talented upcoming artists in Ghana. The 9-track tape (including an interlude and a bonus track) features G Ranks, Yaw LeVelz, Jay Buzzles, Leonello, Jetsin and Ovo Kobby.
Last year, 2 songs (More Benz, Less Friends & Friday Night) from the tape were dropped to promote the project. Both songs received positive comments. The mixtape is a body of work full of fireworks which cuts across various genres in the African music scene and PoeBoi strongly believes there’s a song for everyone.
SPREADLOVE generally talks about PoeBoi’s dreams, love, hatred, loyalty and some of the issues faced by the Ghanaian youth.
Production credits goes to PoeBoi himself and FABdidit.
All the songs on “SPREADLOVE’’ were mixed and mastered by FABdidit, the executive producer of the tape. We believe music lovers will definitely love this project. Enjoy!
To download full mixtape, [CLICK HERE]
To download full mixtape, [CLICK HERE]
The 2017 SRC Best Entertainment Personality in University of Ghana, Mestar Oscar has got a lovely one for the gyaldem. The multi-talented Mestar Oscar is a songwriter, singer and dancer. Although mostly known for his crazy dance moves, Oscar hinted at his ability to sing in a cover of Rihanna’s “Diamonds” freestyle video, and got the internet ablaze. Ears have been begging for more from DYB’s very own since then. He heeds to the plea for new music with this groovy Afro-EDM tune which he calls “One Last Drink.” Featuring Afrolektra who produced the song, Oscar calmly lays sweet vocals on the instrumental filled with African sounds. Afrolektra is creating a generational sound, and Mestar Oscar is here to deliver complete entertainment. “One Last Drink” isn’t just a song, issa VIBE!
Budding Rapper K’Swagg sets the bar high with visuals of his new single, ‘Raquel’.
The song is about a tragic love story of himself and his dead girlfriend. Narrating how they met to her mother disapproving of their relationship. The Sunyani-based rapper paints vivid pictures with his lyrics.
K’Swagg has been noted to be one of the best from Brong Ahafo region with his hardcore raps style coupled with energy and vigour, but this time he tones down.
Produced by Dare Mame Beatz, Raquel comes with soothing tones from songstress, Araya to put the listener in the mood while you listen to the story. Download the song below and Watch the video as it unveils how K’Swagg ended up in prison for the death of his lover.
We’re 26 days into 2018, and Flowking Stone has broken his silence from last year. He drops “Real Talk” to satisfy the hunger of fans. As the name implies, “Real Talk” is a rap song which discusses very hot issues including the ‘Pull Him Down’ attitude of Ghanaians, Nigerian music dominance, envy, and a bit of national issues of interest, like the Fulani saga, etc. He flows excellently on a Trap beat produced by TubhaniMuzik.
Popularly known as The Mashup Queen, Dhat Gyal after her first official single “Mayweather”, Dhat Gyal releases another banger she calls “Any Man.”
Amidst debunking rumours that she’s been signed to a foreign label, Dhat Gyal hits the studio one more time to record a very innocent yet groovy record. On “Any Man” she marvelously sings to her mama that she’s not choosy with his choice of man, and because she’s realized that appearances deceives, as well as not all that glitters is gold, she’s ready to accept any man that comes her way, whether bread baker or bank manager. She affirms this even though her mother prefers specifically wealthy men.
She artistically weaves her singing prowess on the mid-tempo Afrobeats instrumental produced by Jerry Beats Classic.
Amerado releases a very creative piece he calls “Celebrity Chic.” From the camp of Mic Burnerz, the rapper makes a song putting together the song titles and favourite phrases of Ghanaian artistes, merging them so well on an Afrobeats instrumental (which switches to Hip-Hop at a point), produced by DJ Smith. He puts it in a story and picturesque manner, making it humorous as you listen. We can’t wait for the visuals for this, Amerado Enjoy the creativity here…
“Hard work pays” is a cliche, but has greatness of greatness in it. Young Skona is back with the street motivation in “Never Give Up.” This song is the right remedy for those who have lost hope. 2 Fyngers adds his voice to the topic, rhyming on a beat produced by Laykay.