Ghanaian Music, at least, is one thing we keep getting in plenitude in the face of the global crisis. Check out our selection of all-new Ghanaian Music you need to hear, covering a wide array of urban music genres.
Khalifina ft Medikal – Slow Down
Khalifina, winner of the Youngtrepreneurs music and business workshop is out with a new single titled “Slow Down” featuring reigning VGMA rapper of the year – Medikal and produced by Yung D3mz. This follows previously released soulful tune “Black Tears”.
Watch the Scilla Owusu directed video below.
Kobby Keita ft RJZ – “Bo Me Ka”
The Starbeats produced cut, sights Kobby Keita & RJZ sing about the pressures of being in a relationship with a very demanding partner. The befitting Esianyo Kumodzi directed video brilliantly brings the song’s concept to life.
Watch “Bo Me Ka” visuals below:
E.L – “Efa Wo Ho Ben”
On the controversial song which loosely translates to “None of your Business”, the VO Nation musician takes a swipe at telltales, sarcastically chronicling rumors being spread about him.
With cameos from Wanlov, $pacely, RJZ, Deborah Vanessa, John Duemlo, Edem and Joey B, Phamous Philms and VO Nation deliver an entertaining watch from start to finish.
Watch “Efa Wo Ho Ben” visuals below:
$pacely ft Dani Draco – Paradise
On a mellow yet defiant trap production by Nigerian producer Telz, led with minor keys and heavy drums, $pacely delivers a virtuosic opening verse, riding the beat with ease. Sonics get even better when like a passed-on baton Dani Draco kicks in, flowing in his distinct dulcet voice.
Listen to “Paradise” below:
Sarkodie – Sub Zero
Undoubtedly the most talked about release of the past week, the ironically titled “Sub Zero” sees Sarkodie throw subliminal shots at adversaries over a “sick” Altranova production.
Listen to “Sub Zero” freestyle below:
RJZ – Bad Mouth & For Life
RJZ served a double dose over the past week. Opening the week with surprise Nxwrth produced “Bad Mouth” featuring Bosom P-Yung – a song that slams rumor mongers. He followed that up with melodic lovey-dovey bop ‘For Life’, produced by Erby & Jaysynthsbeatz.
Mr Drew & Krymi – Dw3 rmx
Highly Spiritual” signees Krymi and Mr. Drew recruit an all-star cast of Fameye, DopeNation, Kofi Mole, Quamina MP and Bosom P-Yung for a remix of the smash hit “Dw3”.
Listen to “Dw3 Rmx” here:
Camidoh – Audio Love
Ghana’s euphonious voice, Camidoh, during this time of self-isolation, quarantine, and lockdown gives a major key on how to share love virtually thus rendering the effect of social distance between lovers non-existent on “Audio Love”.
Listen to “Audio Love” below:
Herman Suede – Star
Herman Suede‘s latest single quickly follows earlier released feel-good jam “Free”. Written and performed by Herman Suede himself, he recounts his experiences as an up and coming artist on “Star”.
Listen to “Star” below:
Shatta Wale – Future Dollar
To appease his teeming fans for the delay in the release of his highly anticipated “The Manacles Of A Shatta” EP, the African dancehall king, Shatta Wale serves up another catchy riddim he titled “Future Dollar”. Production credit goes to Chensee Beatz on this one.
Have a listen to “Future Dollar” below.
Dee Moneey – Palanquin
Militant Mindz Records head honcho hip, Dee Moneey returns with his first official single of the year, hard-hitting rap joint titled “Palanquin”, produced by Knero Beats. This follows last year’s “Laminar Flow” EP.
Have a listen to “Palanquin” below.