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 compose this beautiful piece warning the youth against the dangers of substance abuse, especially tramadol.
Born Edward and Edwin are twins with the stage name Toff Twins. These amazing twins hop into the studio with some Dancehall fire, hopping onto the Valentine Riddim, and a motivational song titled “Fly Over” is the outcome. Toff Twins repeat “put up some wings and fly over!”
The PLK back with the fire!!! BBnZ Live’s Ko-Jo Cue is here with the remix version of “Wole”, a Hip-Hop song to make strong waves in the country. In this version he lines up a whole squad to add their voices to the banging tune. It’s a battle of verses as Worlasi, Kwesi Arthur, Kay-Ara, Shaker, Temple and C-Real match up boot for boot with fire 16s. Enjoy!
Y FM Kumasi’s very own Koo Sebor premiered on Saturday, June 16 on Lift Off show “Eyes On The Road”, a song off his upcoming project. He explained the musical project “Recrate Sessions” as a repackaging of old but gold songs which we jammed to in the early days. Thus all the songs will take inspiration from old classics, from the production sense and the whole creative process. The first single off the project features Sketchy, and production was handled by Trino Tunez, both of BKC. The song is a remake [recrate in this case] of Reggie Rockstone’s hit song. The lyricism, flows and instrumental won’t let you sit down. I listened and I’ve been in anticipation of the full project till now.
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After going on what seems to be a break, Kwarteng is back with a big bang, with this tune he calls “Weytin”, which was produced by Ssnowbeatz. The creativity that went in the instrumental is one to talk about. Kwarteng goes all emotionally vocal, speaking to his love.
If you look closely, you’d realize there’s a new wave of the Ghanaian music sound. Two people we can consider as pioneers i.e. Mestar Oscar and producer, AFROLEKTRA come together to give us this Afro-EDM banger, “Duku.” I was raised from the era which believed “gangsters don’t dance”, but hearing “Duku” always strikes my nerve for dancing and fooling. “Duku” is a local word for a cloth which females use to cover their hair. However, Mestar Oscar defines it as a crown for all black queens. Enjoy this jam right here!!!
Real name, Opoku Frederick, Melo Hype hails from Kanyase in the Brong Ahafo Region but based in Kumasi (Abuakwa). He describes himself as a multi- talented artiste, and he looks up to himself. “Sorry” as the song title implies is a song he uses to ask for forgiveness.
As already indicated, I like it when Stone makes music about love. And he got the feature right, putting on Adina. Let me be frank, I’m crushing on Adina now after watching the the KP Selorm directed video. I’m glad Flowking is married.. LOL, at least I got a chance. The visuals features colourful scenes, from the garden, to waterbody, the corridor filled with lovely lights, and what have you. Flowking takes us way back when ludo and draft were the games of excitement and love. Great video by all standards.