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KWESI SLAYBernard Kwesi Appiah, born June 10, 1990, known by his stage name Kwesi Slay is a Ghanaian Rapper and Music Producer. He started music at the age of 13 years when he was in High School, but professionally in 2012. In the Ghanaian Music Fraternity, he inspired by the likes of Life Line Family and Obrafour. He looks up to international artistes such as Kanye West, Jay Z, Logic and Rihanna. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-uFDDkUKUY He has recorded a couple of songs such as “3y3 Normal” featuring Yaa Pono, “16 Bars” featuring Gallaxy, and “Street Ways” featuring Sariki. Some musicians in Ghana he is looking forward to collaborate with are; Becca, EL, Kojo Cue and Kofi Kinaata. He is currently working on his upcoming Mixtape which is scheduled to be ready by next year. Twitter: @kwesi_slay Facebook: @kwesi slay Instagram: @kwesi_slay]]>

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David Oscar adds “Hold On” to His Records on His Birthday

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Ghanaian reggae artiste David Oscar Dogbe has released a brand-new song dubbed, “Hold On,” today April 16th, which also happens to be his Birthday.

This highly anticipated project was created with renowned international producer Stefan Harth, promising a blend of David Oscar’s signature sound with fresh production elements.

“Hold On is more than just a song; it’s a message of hope and perseverance aimed straight at the hearts of the youth. The lyrics were put together for anyone who’s ever faced challenges or dreamt of achieving big things. All you have to do is to hang on a bit longer and don’t give up. Keep working on your dream and it will surely yield fruits,” David shared the reason behind the song with this reporter.

Produced with the help of the talented Stefan Harth, “Hold On” hints at a fusion of genres, creating a soundscape that’s both familiar and invigorating.

This partnership between David Oscar and Harth is a cause for excitement.

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David Oscar, is known for his socially conscious lyrics. Stefan Harth, on the other hand, brings a wealth of experience working with international artists, creating music that transcends borders.

With “Hold On,” fans can expect a song that’s both soothing and meaningful.

David Oscar’s message of encouragement, coupled with Harth’s production magic, has the potential to create an anthem for the youth, urging them to Hold On onto their dreams and keep pushing forward.

Drums were played by Max Buettner, Additional trumpet was played by Kristian Karrasco and bass was commanded by Ghanaian bass player Godfred Swanzy.

If you haven’t heard it yet, get ready for an unforgettable listening experience as you check out and enjoy “Hold On” by David Oscar Dogbe via video below.

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K.Ytee Drops “Life” As He Rebrands

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Budding Hip-hop Act Emmanuel Gyimah, formerly known as Ferrari Boy releases his first single of the year featuring Joey Blaq.
Dubbed “Life”, talks about life struggles and his personal experience as young artist in Ghana.
K.Ytee, born Emmanuel Gyimah, is a vibrant and talented musician hailing from Spintex a.k.a the Bank city in Ghana . Born in April 2002, K.Ytee’s journey into the music world came at an early age. Drawing inspiration from some of the greats like Sarkodie, J.Cole , Kendrick Lamar & Dave.

Growing up, K.Ytee was exposed to a diverse range of musical genres that permeated the Local sense. His unique style puts him on top of the list for up and coming acts who could go on to become greats. Within his music you’ll hear the experience he’s outlived whether it’s rap songs, love songs , drill songs he’s got something for everybody in his discography.

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Geewah shares visuals for new Afrobeats stunner ‘Juice’ featuring Bakilla

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Geewah shares visuals for new Afrobeats stunner ‘Juice’ featuring Bakilla

Geewah and Bakilla pique our interest with a heavenly Afrobeats record guaranteed to make your heart tick. The new song titled ‘Juice,’ drops alongside an equally edgy music video.

Afrobeats keeps getting better and songs like ‘Juice’ reiterate its timelessness. The song’s familiar yet invigorating tone captivates listeners from the first note, drawing them into a spellbinding world where the two artists reign supreme. Geewah’s Dancehall cadence and Bakilla’s honeyed melodies complement FeezeBeatz’s delightful production and there’s plenty to love beyond mere style.

They serenade with beautiful lyrics: “Smooth skin, sweet melanin, only you match my energy/You be my remedy, give me sweet melody. Put you on a pedestal, baby you a ten,” Geewah sings, adding more emotional depth to the song. Putting all that into perspective is a scenic video in sync with the song’s vibe. From vibrant indoor settings to cruising around town and chilling and at the beach, Great Elephant Records makes every moment count.

Don’t miss out on the full experience. Watch the entire video and let Geewah and Bakilla take you on a rhythmic journey.

 

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Nanky shares sultry Afrobeats single with video ‘Duro’

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Nanky shares sultry Afrobeats single with video ‘Duro’

As the cool breezes of April announce fresh beginnings, Nanky presents ‘Duro’–an Afrobeats track filled with refreshing energy. This sultry ode, made for the hunnies, is packed with lots of charisma and emotion that beckons you to listen. The song drops alongside a music video.

Produced by Qweccy Plus, ‘Duro’ emerges from Nanky’s vault of hits as the quintessential anthem to celebrate beauty and its many forms. Its opening–a captivating symphony of synths–whispers directly to the soul, seizing your senses to fill your mind with a magnificent portrait of the African woman.

Nanky’s desirable lyrics and tone quickly capture the moment in its brilliance. His words balance the line between feelings of allure and yearning, infusing the beat with a sexual energy that weaves in a tale of desire–a fitting honor of the grace women possess.

Nanky’s vocals unfurl into a tapestry of beautiful scenes that effortlessly captivate. Yaw Skyface captures the passion between Nanky and his love interest in backdrops that range from artistic to intimate. These special moments are brought to life by the director with vibrant colors, making this video a must-watch.

While ‘Duro’ might translate to “wait” in Yoruba, it is a song that demands your attention. It’s not merely a serenade but an invitation: a call to feel. Don’t just listen, immerse yourself in the delectable rhythms of ‘Duro’ to find out why it is more than a song. Feel the magic now!

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Instagram: iamnanky
Facebook: Nanky
Twitter: @iamnanky

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Ishak Spark Unleashes Visuals for Latest Smash Hit “This Year” featuring Joint 77 and Meo

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Ghana’s rap sensation, Ishak Spark, has finally unveiled the long-awaited visuals for his latest chart-topper, “This Year,” featuring Joint 77 and Meo.

Directed by the renowned videographer, Sir Chopperson, the video takes viewers on a mesmerizing journey into the realm of determination and ambition.

More than just a song, “This Year” stands as a powerful anthem of resilience and hope. It strikes a chord with individuals who have encountered setbacks in the past year but remain unwavering in their quest for success.

Set against the backdrop of an industrial warehouse, the video is a visual spectacle, featuring captivating scenes that perfectly complement the track’s high-octane energy. From captivating shots of alluring models to gritty urban landscapes, each frame exudes a raw intensity that keeps viewers hooked.

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A particularly striking moment in the video sees Ishak Spark amidst the wreckage of an abandoned helicopter, symbolizing the unwavering determination to overcome adversity.

“This Year” is more than just a song—it’s a testament to the power of hope and perseverance. It serves as a poignant reminder that regardless of the challenges we face, we possess the strength to carve out our own path to success.

With “This Year,” Ishak Spark once again cements his position as one of the most captivating talents to emerge from the Ghanaian music scene.

So turn up the volume, press play, and allow Ishak Spark’s electrifying energy to propel you through the year ahead.

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Afrobeats sensation, Abitemi shares endearing new visuals for ‘Prove’

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Rising Afrobeats star, Abitemi is back in the headlines with a breathtaking music video for her recently released single, ‘Prove.’ The much-awaited cut, which arrives three weeks after the song, echoes a heartwarming tale of love. ‘Prove’ is available to stream on your preferred music platform here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/abitemi1/prove

Bangers deserve the best of visuals, and Abitemi rises to the occasion. She collaborates with director Creatrix to bring a fresh perspective to love songs. The video presents Abitemi with her grandparents, whose long-standing relationship inspires her romantic aspirations.

It captures the kind of love she yearns for – deep, steadfast and full of warmth, mirroring the affection she witnessed in her family growing up. The director relays these endearing moments in a variety of vivid colors, reimagining the old couple in their youthful glory as Abitemi serenades the two with her soulful melodies and lovey-dovey lyrics.

“Nothing beats growing old with your significant other,” the singer says. “Creatrix [the director] felt we could tell a more compelling romantic story that will resonate with viewers and set itself apart from others this way and I wouldn’t change a thing looking back because this is what all lovers dream about.”

Abitemi, born Abigail Shiwoniku, is one of the emerging voices blazing the trail in the Afrobeats scene. With two rich cultural backgrounds to tap from – Ghanaian and Nigerian – her music benefits from a unique blend of Afrobeats, Afropop and Highlife fused into other foreign genres to create a sound many can’t help but adore. Since the days of her debut song, ‘Pariwo,’ the singer-songwriter has grown popular among fans and has hit her stride in the industry.

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