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Music Video: Gibrilville – Love & HipHop

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Some rappers construct words and eventually find the right beat to put their words to use, but Gibrilville states that an incredibly jazzy beat was his inspiration for ”Love and Hip-Hop”. Gibrilville proclaims that he has a story to tell and proceeds to tell us a romantic story about a woman who he wants to pursue.

His ability to sync delivery with the changes on a beat are especially interesting to hear and the ”old-school” aura of the song is refreshing. In many ways, Gibrilville sounds more updated than many veteran emcees. The DJ scratches and flute additions also truly make the entire song sound like a mellow orchestra you can enjoy anywhere, anytime.

This isn’t the first time that Hip-Hop has been compared to a woman and there is a clear influence from Common’s ‘I Used To Love H.E.R.’. He was inspired to write the song after hearing dozens of other instrumentals. The story of how Hip-Hop traveled throughout the United States came to him quickly and he began to create the story as a result.
The song accompanies a super modest video that showcases Gibrilville behind a microphone doing what he does best – dropping bars.

 

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Acclaimed Gospel collective, Halal Afrika drop first single “You No Be Man” off new album featuring Ghana’s Joe Mettle

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Halal Afrika, the acclaimed gospel music collective, have released of their much anticipated single, ” You No Be Man,” featuring multiple award-winning gospel artist Joe Mettle, who brings a soul-stirring performance that resonates deeply with listeners. (more…)

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Rocky Dawuni & Kyekyeku “Africa Till I Die” Video Launches on Pan African Music!

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Friendship between musicians often materializes in collaborations. This is clearly evident on one of the most beautiful pairings from Ghana in the last year, “Africa Till I Die” which grew out of the friendship between multiple GRAMMY nominee Rocky Dawuni and Ghanaian musician Kyekyeku. The brand new video for the track premieres today on Pan African Music.

According to Kyekyeku; ‘’I first heard Rocky in 1997 when his monster hit “In Ghana” was on constant rotation on the radio. It wasn’t until 2007 at the Labadi Beach Hotel on the occasion of the 40th Independence Celebration of Ghana where Rocky held his annual “Rocky Dawuni’s Independence Splash” concert that the two met for the first time.” Moving forward to 2022, at a concert at +233 Jazz Club, Kyekyeku invited Rocky on stage for an impromptu jam on one of his songs. After the concert, it was clear that they had finally found a groove and inspiration for a song to work together on.

After the chaos of the last few years, it became even more evident that a good place to visit and spend time was within Africa. The video was filmed in France and Ghana focusing on the dreams of Kyekyeku in conversation with Rocky on an old phone toy that you still see children playing with in the streets of Accra. It is evident that in those cold empty French streets Kyekyeku dreams to go over the Atlantic and join Rocky in Ghana as he performs with his band and enjoys the sunny weather, bustle and energy of Accra. The music video for “Africa Till I Die” was shot by Slingshot who has worked with Rocky on a number of videos including his most recent GRAMMY Nominated song “Neva Bow Down.” Slingshot states “this video seeks to depict Africa and its beautiful people in its own light, its own words and its very own story and not one portrayed by the skewed perception of the mainstream media of the west.”

Plus the line “no where cool’’ which refers to the wars in Europe, Middle East as well as the general dissatisfaction with daily living in many nations. As a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for the Environment for Africa, Rocky Dawuni has traveled to many nations and attests first hand from his encounters that indeed all life begins in Africa. ‘“People wey I dey meet, places wey I dey go, na ibi you be the mother, Mama Africa” which he sings in Pidgin English on the track.

African music has finally taken its place as a force; gaining the deserved recognition it commands. Rocky’s line ‘’Now my people dey stand like giant’’ speaks concisely of the achievements of many Africans across the globe.

Africa Till I Die is a musical success. It blends the native sound of Ghana, itself the product of a melting pot, with reggae born in Jamaica and claiming its African roots. The highlife rhythm has been slowed down and, by letting the bass flourish, the organ and the horns place their punctuations, offers a perfect backdrop for the reggae vocals, without even a skank guitar. This is the finest demonstration of a successful encounter, and it could only take place in Africa.”PanAfrican Music

Purchase link: https://linktr.ee/kyekyeku

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Vodafone Icons Street Edition Winner Cweku Korsah Reveals How He Lost A Universal Music Deal

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Crowned winner of the prestigious Vodafone Icons Street Edition in 2013, Ghanaian music star Ryan Henry Korsah has for the first time shed light on why a distribution deal from Universal Music could not materialize. (more…)

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Wutah Kobby Releases Captivating New Single “For Your Love”

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Wutah Kobby has once again captivated fans and music enthusiasts with his latest single, “For Your Love.” The talented artist, known for his soulful vocals and poignant lyrics, has continued to solidify his position as one of the country’s most beloved musical exports. (more…)

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Cold War! Yhaw Hero storms the scene with heat!

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Budding Ghanaian talent, Yhaw Hero follows up on the success of his single ‘19 Years’ with another anthem titled ‘Cold War’. Stream here: https://songwhip.com/yhaw-hero/cold-war

‘Cold War’ is a heartfelt song, where the prolific story-telling of Yhaw Hero is displayed, as he genuinely puts his life in perspective while he searches for the good life for himself and his family.

Named as one of the artists to watch by 3Music TV, Yhaw Hero is nearing a million streams on Africa’s leading streaming platform Boomplay and he has surpassed 50 million streams on Audiomack. Representing the town of Tema and the Accra suburb of Awoshie, Yhaw Hero is fast becoming a street favorite and he has seen his stocks rise these past weeks. 

He recently shut down the University of Ghana SRC week celebrations at Pentagon Hall as part of his Senior High School and Varsity tour. 

‘Cold War’ comes with a complimentary visual shot by The Seyram, who perfectly captures the story and turns it into a movie. 

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About Yhaw Hero

Arnold Nii Aryeetey, or Yhaw Hero, is a fast-rising singer-songwriter from Ghana. He started his musical journey as a battle rapper in Senior High School and made waves with his freestyle videos. He gained industry prominence in 2022 when his ‘Genesis’ freestyle went viral on TikTok. Yhaw Hero has gained endorsements from Don Jazzy, Kwadwo Sheldon, Sneaker Nyame, Kalyjay and other social media influencers.

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Lady Joyce Drops New Song and Visuals Titled “Adonai”

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UK-based Ghanaian Gospel musician, Joyce Ansu Antwi, popularly known in music ministry as Lady Joyce, is out with another song and video “Adonai,” a follow-up single to her spirit-stirring Christmas record, “Share to the World.” (more…)

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