A-Clipse’s Video For “Just Stay” Will Make You Fall In Love (Dir. by KTO)

It is only true love that can make a hardcore rapper calm and be all lovely in a song. Proving his versatility, A-Clipse performs “Just Stay” with Kay-T. The visuals will make you fall in love and rise your desire to cuff a bae so you can have a good time together. Directed by KTO for Hawk Eye Cinema, A-Clipse is seen hanging around and playing with his love. The sights and scenes, plus drone shots will feed the hunger in your eyes.

A-Clipse Ft. Kay-T – Just Stay (Prod. by Oakfield)

A-Clipse, a member of T$D releases his second this year. He last dropped a Trapsoul vibe called Down 4 Whatever and now he’s back with an Afrobeats banger.
Just Stay is about a couple finding finding ways to make time to meet whenever they are free to enjoy each other’s company.

December Steeze: Frederick Marioking – Wogyegye Me (Ft. Ray Joe & Po Mulla) (Prod. by Ray Joe)

Frederick Marioking is a Hip-hop/RnB/Afro pop recording artiste who hails from Ejisu – Besease in the Ashanti region currently residing at the specified location. He started professional audio recording back in 2015 at the age of 24. The musician has a mixtape titled “Mixed Feelings I” to his credit. Marioking aims to create an infectious sound that can compete on any chart anywhere in the world.

“Wogyegye Me” is an afropop song about a guy with a supposed girlfriend whose only role in their relationship is to take anything she needs from the man without giving nothing back. Her selfish attitude doesn’t go unnoticed as the man who’s currently fed up with the whole situation tends to voice out his concern out of frustration. The song basically approaches the situation at hand from the man’s angle of view. The song was produced by Ray Joe and co-produced by Marioking himself.

December Steeze: J-OE Levelz – Unorthodox (Prod. by Robot Orchestra)

J-OE Levelz is an independent Kumasi-based artiste who used to rap on radio freestyle competitions back in 2014. He moved on to release his debut project “1995” this year. “Unorthodox” tells the listener what to expect when you listen to good music from J-OE levelz. He graces it with wordplay and metaphors. J-OE is following no rules, thus “Unorthodox”. This song happens to be one of the standouts on his EP. Robot Orchestra put that old highlife feel to the Hip-Hop instrumentation.

December Steeze: Cwesi – Why (Prod. by Apya)

Born Agyare Akoto Ernest, Cwesi Kay is an artiste based in Krofrom and is currently gaining tertiary education at Wesley College of Education. Cwesi sees no limitations to his music, but considers Highlife, Afropop and Hiplife to be his strongholds. Recently he got featured on Lil Win’s “Trumpet.” The song ‘Why’ talks about a young man who’s astonished by how a young woman loves him. Even though he has nothing and thinks he doesn’t deserve the woman. ‘Why’ questions the incredible love he receives from this woman. Quophi West blessed the song with great rap verses as well.

 

December Steeze: Sika Pelli – True Love (Prod. by Apya)

Sika Pelli D’Highlifa is a Ghanaian highlife artiste based in Adoata in Kumasi. He is a guitarist and pianist with a portfolio of 4 solid projects. He has worked with lot of sound engineers and other creatives. When it comes to Highlife, the Junior Lumba is the right deal. The song “True Love” talks about how this man was in love with a lady but the lady doesn’t feel same about him because she has been broken hearted before and doesn’t want to enter into any relationship again. But after a while she consented w and found true love in him. The mid-tempo Highlife tune was produced by Apya. Junior Lumba as his peers refer him did a great work on this piece.

 

 

Offei Releases Another Banger “Body Whine” Produced by Wood

After marking his name with permanent ink and widening his fan base with the exceptional song “Human Being”, Offei is here to serve the world with the missing ingredient for parties and ‘link-op’ sessions this Christmas. “Body Whine” is the perfect song to evolve the excitement within you to the extremes. The vocalist lays smooth yet groovy lyrics on a mid-tempo incomparable Afropop instrumental produced by the genius, Wood. The elements involved in the instrumentation form the absolute recipe for a heated dance floor. MC Kojo Manuel put in some energy with his invigorating intro and outro. Now, let the jams officially begin with “Body Whine.”

[Words by Joseph Aqweci Ofori]

Sketchy – Friday Night (Ft. Koo Sebor & Kofi Jamar) (Prod. by S.S.K)

In most countries, especially Ghana, Friday night is time for relaxation, and dealing with the stress that one faced throughout the week. To make this precious moment solid, it’s necessary that we sing along to a common tune. And that’s what Sketchy brings to the table. The story of “Friday Night” starts when Y FM presenter (co-host of Dryve of Your Lyf) Koo Sebor alerts Sketchy how they lack cash although they still want to pop bottles and have fun. On a nostalgic 90s Hip-Hop/R&B instrumental produced by S.S.K, Sketchy lays smooth flows, detailing how he makes Friday night special, and assuring that the drinks are on him. Kofi Jamar comes through with the most befitting hook with his silky voice. From the camp of BKC music, we present to you this classic.

DJ Slim Invades Kumasi With the Concert of the Year

DJ Slim also referred to as the Supreme Bigger Figure in association with Bie Gya bitters are set to give Kumasi an unforgettable treat with a concert dubbed “DJ Slim Invasion.” It’s December, and as expected there’s a line-up of activities to amuse the public. Award-winning disc jockey and presenter of Dryve Tyme on Y102.5 FM, Kumasi, DJ Slim brings A-list musicians all over Ghana to Kumasi. The concert which is assured of giving the people total enjoyment will be held at Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi on Friday, 15th December, 2017, starting at 6 p.m.

Currently there are more than 50 artistes billed to perform, with the headline artistes being Yaa Pono & The Uptown Energy Family, Flowking Stone, Cabum, King Promise, Ko-Jo Cue, Lil Shaker, Eno, Joey B, Strongman, Bra Benk, NT4, Willie Maame, Koo Ntakra, Opanka, Ayesem, among others. The night will never be a bore looking at the list of DJs to keep you up on your feet throughout the night. Mark this date on your calendar, and make it a point to be part of this historical moment. And guess what? The event is absolutely FREE. What more could you ask for? For more updates on DJ Slim Invasion, follow our social media timelines, and check out the hashtag #DJSlimInvasion17

Full Download: Rich Miller Presents “NDILIDI” EP

Last year December, Rich Miller gave us a Christmas gift in the form of “The Steppin” mixtape. This year, Christmas came early. Our musical Santa Claus is here with an EP, as a follow-up to the previous tape, “NDILIDI” EP. The 8-track EP is a body of work full of fireworks. Rich Miller’s delivery is on another level. Within a year, the young and talented rapper has improved his rap skill.

NDILIDI is an abbreviation of RichMiller’s favourite catch phrase, “Nobody Do It Like I Do It”, Even though this body work is to captivate good music lovers, it touches on the reality of life. It is also more of soulful yet invigorating rap music that aims at impacting lives. The production on this project is so on point that it makes you want to push your ear buds further in, to hear every lyric and appreciate each element of instrument and sampled vocals. Production credits go to Phredxter, Krizick, A2Rbeatz and FabDIdIt. The man behind this sonic excellence is 1Kwame. “NDILIDI” is here to serve rap fans and music lovers at large.