Top 12 New Ghanaian Songs You Need To Hear
Every week, we highlight the very best of Ghanaian music for your listening pleasure. Check out our selection of the best new Ghanaian songs you need to hear featuring music from Herman Suede, Sista Afia, MzVee, Samini, Epixode, Asem and more.
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Kev & Grenade ft. Blackway & EL- Like To Drip
Dynamic duo, Kev & Grenade enlist rap colossus, E.L and Grammy-nominated Blackway on the autotune beset “Like to Drip” produced by Masterkeyz Beatz. Taken off their forthcoming LP, ”Utopia”, “Like to Drip” is a light-hearted rap song, which is bound to thrill fans for weeks on.
Enjoy the Freddy Mark-directed video below:
MzVee – Baby
Newly outdoored “Baby” marks MzVee’s fourth consecutive single release post-comeback. Produced by Kizzy Beat, “Baby” is an enchanting love song that sees the songbird’s melodic vocals float seamlessly over a string-heavy afro-influenced production. The beautiful piece is brought to life with a Justin Campos directed visual treatment.
TeePhlow ft Kirani Ayat – Daawa
Lyrical genius TeePhlow seeks to build anticipation towards the second installment of his critically acclaimed “Phlowducation” LP franchise with a precursor EP dubbed “Road To Phlowducation 2”. The 9-track EP spots guest appearances from contemporaries Amerado, Lyrical Joe, Novo, Kojo Vyper, Kwe, and Kirani Ayat. Our pick off the project is grind inspiration anthem “Daawa” featuring Afro-trapper Kirani Ayat.
Ms. Forson ft Fameye -Number 1
Black Avenue Muzik signed diva Ms Forson collaborates with arguably the most sought after act of the moment Fameye on sentimental number titled “Number 1”. The upbeat afro-pop love duet was produced by Rony Turn Me Up, with visuals directed by Kwame Nyarko.
Rvdical The Kid ft Amaarae – NASA
NASA is the second track off Rvdical The Kid’s newly released EP aptly titled “Little Planet”. The self-produced track can be described as light-hearted and hypnotic, spotting a spacy and ethereal production over which Amaarae effortlessly floats whilst delivering potent bars. If you are a lover of alternative sounds, ” NASA” is definitely for you!
Herman Suede – One By One
Notorious for penning love bops, “One By One” is ironically the 17-year-old’s first love-themed song released this year. Herman Suede’s dulcet voice and infectious melodies, coupled with S.Kool Beatz’s production prowess, makes the upbeat afro-infused jam an irresistible earworm!
Samini – Forever
With the dancehall scene reclaiming its relevance over the past few weeks, reggae-dancehall titan Samini spearheads a lyrical ambush with newly released “Forever”. Produced by long-time associate JMJ, “Forever” sees Samini take pride in his longevity at the echelons of Ghana’s cut-throat dancehall scene (spanning multiple decades), declaring his reign is forever!
Tulenkey – Link Up
Gifted fast-rising rapper Tulenkey drops a solid party anthem in “Link Up” produced by M.O.G Beatz. “Link Up” serves as a follow up to his previously released “Ghetto Boy” which features afrobeats crooner Kelvyn Boy and rapper Medikal which is still buzzing. Hopefully newly released “Link Up” will follow suit.
Asem – Magician
After enduring years in musical obscurity, enigmatic Ghanaian rapper Asem looks to cement his comeback with newly released “Magician”. On the trap-influenced joint we get a nostalgic taste of the wordsmith’s trademark braggadocio fueled rap style, that once made him the most sought after rapper on the scene. “Magician” is a precursor to Asem’s long-awaited “Weather Channel” LP.
Obibini – Get A Life
Highly rated Ghanaian rapper Obibini comes through with newly released hip-hop tune titled “Get A Life”. On the the hard-hitting rap joint, the Zylofon Media signed rapper admonishes his peers to quit faking lavish lifestyles on social media and get a real life! Watch the viral video below.