After teasing us for a long time with street videos of “This Year” and carving a viral statement “This year girls no go chop my money”, Young Skona has finally presented the audio version of the song. Young Skona decided to release this controversial song on Valentine’s day — a day which guys spend a lot on ladies.. LOL. Now that’s some balls! Today also happens to be the birthday of the rapper, so it doubles up as his birthday gift for his fans.
“Hard work pays” is a cliche, but has greatness of greatness in it. Young Skona is back with the street motivation in “Never Give Up.” This song is the right remedy for those who have lost hope. 2 Fyngers adds his voice to the topic, rhyming on a beat produced by Laykay.
The Young Skona-2 Fyngers chemistry is getting better. Collaborating on 2 songs already, Skona drops the remix of “Carry”. The original version enjoyed great feedback on social media… and the remix has potential of doing more. @youngskona goes in deeper with the flow on this one, and doesn’t go low on the bars! 2 Fyngers adds a humorous verse making this an assured jam. I must say this, the remix is a better jam!
Young Skona gets his Trap groove on as he jumps on the “Carry” instrumental to drop some humorous and interesting bars. Skona raps encoouraging guys to ‘con’ ladies, because they’re available with all positivity, for us. Slow Mo mixed the vocals with sonic beauty. Jam to “Carry below:
The young and always impressive rapper, Young Skona is here with a fresh and hard-knocking tune he calls “Book of Psalms”.
He delves into diverse issues, including money, desires, relationship with friends and music. I prefer to call this song a statement considering the diction and arrangement of the bars.
The book of psalms contains brave sentences, unique flow, punchlines, wordplay, and what have you. Skona does all this beautifully, riding on “Lord Knows” instrumental, remade by Bruce Beat, who also mixed the track.
GH Hip-Hop just got real with Young Skona!!
Energetic artist Young Skona, referring to himself as the rap Anas Amereyaw Anas (ace investigative journalist) addresses issues concerning our music industry. He bluntly preaches against the negativity surrounding the industry, involving DJs taking bribes from musicians in the form of “payola”, TV stations which don’t apportion enough time to air locally made music, and so on. He conversely raises a thumb for artists who’re pushing Ghana higher with their music. Skona flows along a Trap/Hip-Hop beat produced by King One.
Tema-based rapper, Young Skona gets on the mic once more to motivate the youth. He details how life on the streets ain’t easy on “Bibia Beye Fine.” The statement translates to English as “Everything will be okay/fine.” With assistance from Badman Hero, Skona drops 3 solid verses which encompasses everything — forgiveness, chasing dreams and motivation. Production was handled by ace producer King One Beatz. Enjoy!