“Odo Yewu” is RichMiller’s cover of Wizkid’s new Master Groove, an afrobeat banger that pleases a lover. Continue reading “RichMiller X Wizkid – Odo Yewu (Mixed by Apya)”
We may consider this season as the resurrection of Nas’ classic “Oochie Walley.” Who else than RichMiller would jump on this instrumental? The rapper jumps on the beat and touches on various issues which are political, social, and yes, the usual braggadocio. For your listening pleasure…
Jay Buzzles is a Kumasi-based artiste. The musician has spent half a decade doing music, and through his journey, he has experienced a lot. At a point in his life, some of his best friends left him alone, just because they got money. The single, “Dawgi Obiaa” which means “forget everybody” discusses that and advises all to do your thing & forget everybody. The Afropop song was instrumentally produced by Itz CJ, whilst Apya handled post-production.
U.R. Foster, a student of KNUST and a member of the YB Click Music Group… a spoken word artiste and a rapper releases an anthem for the streets titled “Joo.” This single happens to be the first song he’s releasing under the music group. Produced by the masterpiece maker Apya, U.R is asking the streets “joo na wo se?”
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.
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.