Kofi Jamar, one of the most stylish artists in Ghana shows up with a new wave. As far as most people on the internet has known Kofi Jamar, his rap bars leaves echoes of his lyrics and is seen to be the future of just the rap community; until he dropped a new mashed up version of Wizkid’s “Come Closer” and Drake’s “Controller” fused with his hot 16bars rap which will leave you amazed.
After a very successful release, Kofi Jamar of the BKC crew drops this amazing and classical afrobeat tune which features a mashed up version of Wizkid’s “Manya” and our very own VIP’s “Ahomka Wom”. After listening to this one, you will be amazed by the hot 20bars that followed the sweet melodies of this same artists, making you wonder how God could put so much greatness into one person.
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The Hip-Hop culture in Ghana has always been here, and a lot of guys including me are heavily influenced by it. Hip-Hop is the way we live, and it’s not negative as many portray it. As the Hip-Hop community continues to grow in Kumasi, it has become necessary for the organization of street cyphers to bring enthusiasts together. Hood Cyphaz was a success, hence Pool Cyphaz is envisioned to be even better. A cypher is basically a group of people assembling in one place to participate in freestyle rap sessions.
The event is slated to happen on Dec 30 at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) poolside. A lot of dope emcees are lined up to give you full satisfaction of the art. We’re talking about emcees like BKC Music acts i.e. Kofi Jamar, Obey and Sketchy, Blurr, Ice Box, and a host of others.
The event will be hosted by YFM presenter, Koo Sebor, and it’s been put up together by the All Black crew. Other side attractions involve swimming competition and twerk sessions. The rates for the event are as follows: Advance: 10 cedis, Single: 15 cedis, Double: 25 cedis.
Oseikrom people, come witness heavily talented rappers do endless freestyles full of bars, metaphors, literary devices and punchlines. Follow @SteezeHub on our various social media platforms for updates on Pool Cyphaz. Track updates using the hashtag #PoolCyphaz17.
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.
Sketchy - Friday Night (Ft. Koo Sebor & Kofi Jamar) (Prod. by S.S.K) 3.95 MB
Music is a way of speaking to the soul or transmitting emotions through beats and rhythms. Kumasi is known to have most of the stylish, controversial and dope musicians and Kofi Jamar is one of the definitions of good music.
From Bantama Kings Club, after releasing a smashing street anthem “Daaria” with co-artist Obey, Kofi Jamar drops his first solo project titled “Roll On”. This song is a conscious song meant for the deep thinkers; but its very basic as well. Packed with all the music elements; pun, wordplays, punchlines, personification and metaphors, Roll On is projected on of the most enlightening songs to hit the Ghanaian Music scene. It talks about how people will look down on you if you look down on yourself. It encourages listeners to be whatever they wanna be in this life because everything you believe is possible.
Song produced by the in-house producer for the BKC group; Trino Tunez, this song is one hell of a masterpiece. Take your time to digest this single by the most versatile artist in Ghana arising. Enjoy.
Kofi Jamar - Roll On (Prod. by Trino Tunez) 4.63 MB