Two4Seven – Against (Ft. Apijay)

CANT music front-liner Two4Seven swerves fans with  ‘Against’ features Apijay and produced by Tubhani Muzik.

Known to be more of a singer, Two4Seven proves his versatility on this new tune talking about life struggles and people who have been against his progress for time without number.

The singer-turned-rapper on this tune flaunting his prowess when it comes with delivery and Apijay certainly added more spice to the tune.

Lixil & Dee Tutu – Me Hemaa (My Queen) (Prod. by Jay Musiq)

These two young gentlemen come together to compose a beautiful piece titled “Me Hemaa”, which means my queen. This highlife tune is the soundtrack to impress your partner.

YN THE AFROPIKIN Ft. Zorro – Get Down (Prod. by Vacs)

YN keeps it real with his lover as he profess many things he will do to be 100% down with her.He linked up with Zorro to add spice to this slow jam record.

Russell – N.O.M.B. (Ft. Amerado & A-Clipse)

This is a follow up to Russell’s Jollof and Beef song. The song features Amerado and A-Clipse and was produced by Ice Geezy

Joey B – Beautiful Boy (Ft. Yaa Pono & Wanlov) (Prod. by Kuvie)

In the words of Beezy, “Oh to be honest, this song has no discription. enjoy yourSELF.”

D Cryme – My Bae (Ft. Stonebwoy)

After going into hiding forquite a while now, D Cryme is back with a banger “My Bae” which features Stonebwoy. It comes with a colourful video directed by Yaw Skyface.

Audio+Video: Samini – Obaa (Prod. by Brainy Beatz)

After “My Own”, this happens to be Samini’s major release. Upon hinting that his next album is going to be purely Reggae, it’s no surprise to see him drop another Reggae-themed love song titled “Obaa”, which translates to English as “female/woman.” The Reggae/Dancehall pioneer blends Twi, English and patois to win the hearts of Ghanaians. Tune was produced by Brainy Beatz.

Ranks & Arafat – Stop Tramadol (Mixed by Kobe nORTHS)

Ranks & Arafat compose this beautiful piece warning the youth against the dangers of substance abuse, especially tramadol.