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BANKYONDBEATZ- FUEGO SENORAS (REVIEW)

BANKYONDBEATZ- FUEGO SENORAS (REVIEW)

I first heard the word “Fuego” on the song “El Chapo” by American rapper “The Game”. Though a lyrical enthusiast, I never took the time to find out what the Spanish word meant. I have however come to understand and […]

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AKOTOWAA – SOLITAIRE EP (REVIEW)

AKOTOWAA – SOLITAIRE EP  (REVIEW)

“Solitaire!” This is not that game for one player, played by removing pegs one at a time from a board by jumping others over them from adjacent holes. “Solitaire!” This is not, according to the Cambridge Dictionary, a single jewel […]

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TINUKE- H.E.R MIXTAPE (REVIEW)

TINUKE- H.E.R MIXTAPE (REVIEW)

Tinuke’s debut compilation release, dubbed H.E.R Mixtape, H.E.R standing for: Having Extreme Rage was first announced when we caught up with her earlier this year [read full interview here]. The tape is finally here! Actually it’s been out a while now, […]

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WORLASI- THE UNCUT (REVIEW)

WORLASI- THE UNCUT (REVIEW)

 The undisputed revolutionary in the music scene is steadily filling us in with more of him and his originality. After the release of NUSE: STRENGTH WITHIN, his debut mixtape, he blesses us with a collection of tracks that couldn’t make […]

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C-REAL- BUSINESS SUITS & DRESS SHOES VOL.1 (REVIEW)

C-REAL- BUSINESS SUITS & DRESS SHOES VOL.1 (REVIEW)

  Its hip hop season! Following the success of singles You Don’t Wanna Know and Boss, Ghana’s most underrated wordsmith [in my books] – C-real, follows it up with Business Suits & Dress Shoes Vol.1, a 5 track EP. The […]

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E.L- THE B.A.R MIXTAPE (REVIEW)

E.L- THE B.A.R MIXTAPE (REVIEW)

  E.L, the BBnZ frontman, is indeed a household name when it comes to music in Ghana and Africa as a whole. E.L is predominantly known for club bangers most of which are commercial thus proclaiming himself as the Best […]

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FOKN BOIS- FOKN ODE TO GHANA (REVIEW)

FOKN BOIS- FOKN ODE TO GHANA (REVIEW)

  The “Foes of Kwame Nkrumah” as they like to call themselves, popularly known as the FOKN Bois, are back at it again! The rather controversial duo is  known for using their music to express their thoughts and opinions on social, […]

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