Top Trending Ghanaian Songs You Need to Hear
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.