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Five Ghanaian one hit wonders we miss

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Producing a hit song doesn’t have a format but staying relevant and producing more songs is sometimes a struggle for artistes. Here are some one hit wonders we miss.

The Ghanaian music industry has seen several hits but these some of these songs failed to make the artist stay relevant.

Making good music has similar traits and elements but it’s hard to make a hit. Nonetheless, it can take some just 24 hours just to make a hit while others make it in years.

The industry has recorded some hit songs over the years. Some went international while others were local.

Getting hit songs especially consistent ones is every artiste’s dream. It’s either you get lost or stay in the industry forever.

Below are five artist who created a single hit and failed to stay relevant in the industry afterwards.

Eddie Kay – “Do The Dance”
Zigi – “You Say Wey Tin”
Mimi – “Leave Me Alone” feat. 4X4
Atom – “Ye Wo Kurom”
Rasheed Metal – “Silence”

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Ebetoda’s dream of flying on a plane fulfilled as Cheddar offers to pay for a trip to Dubai, thanks to Nana Aba Anamoah

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Raphael Obeng Owusu a.k.a Ebetoda, whose life was changed by General Manager of GhOne TV Nana Aba Anamoah in 2020 when they met in traffic, is continuing to benefit from her  benevolence.

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Watch: Philipa Baafi fulfils dream of becoming a Physician Assistant, opens medical facility

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Ghanaian Gospel Musician, Philipa Baafi has fulfilled her lifelong dream of working in the medical field. (more…)

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Watch: Family of hiplife artist, Scizo officially confirms his death and announces funeral plans

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Hiplife musician Scizo who was reported dead on 5th January 2022 in the USA has been confirmed by his family. (more…)

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Ghana music ruled West Africa in the 70s, the system is not helping now- Sam George

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Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram, Sam George has revealed that before Nigerian music took over the continent, Ghanaian music was on top. (more…)

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D-Flex to perform ‘AFROFEST 2022’ in Canada

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Music Africa of Canada Inc, organizers of ”AFROFEST 2022” has chosen Ghanaian prolific singer D-Flex to represent Ghana and perform at this year’s AFROFEST which is scheduled to take place on July 8 – 10 at woodbine Park, Toronto.

The sensational musician who is very known for releasing hit songs has productively and consistently been releasing hit songs throughout his music career.

According to a reliable source, The Ghanaian most admired musician was chosen to represent Ghana due to his outstanding and mesmeric performance last year, as well as other salient factors put into consideration by the organizers.

Additionally, he has a new song titled ”Odo Lastic” which features Liberian superstar which was released just a month ago and is currently the hit song in Ghana, and the most trending song in the African continent.

Congratulations to D-Flex for lifting the flag of Ghana higher and putting Ghana on the global map as well.

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Adesua Etomi, Banky W share video of pregnancy journey to mark their son’s first birthday

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Actress Adesua Etomi and her husband singer Banky W took to Instagram to celebrate their son, Hazaiah’s first birthday. (more…)

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