Every week, we highlight the very best of Ghanaian music for your listening pleasure. Check out our selection of the best new Ghanaian songs you need to hear featuring music from DJ Juls, $pacely, Larruso, Magnom, Donaeo, Fameye, and more.
DJ Juls ft Jah Cure – Wish
Taken off his recently released “Happy Place” EP, British-Ghanaian DJ/record producer, DJ Juls dishes out new reggae cut titled “Wishes”, featuring Jamaican reggae superstar Jah Cure.
Larruso – System
Larruso showcases his versatility on “System” as he effortlessly makes the switch from dancehall to afrobeat. On this conscious record, he speaks on the prevailing situation of broken “systems” on the continent.
$pacely ft Kofi Mole – Yawa
La Meme Gang’s $pacely finally delivers visuals to trap-heavy single “Yawa” featuring Kofi Mole and produced by Kuvie taken off his acclaimed debut solo project “Finesse or Be Finessed”. Watch the high energy “gang-related” visuals directed by Swiss director Chris (Twosteps).
Becca – Overcome
With everything happening around the world and the unfortunate spread of coronavirus pandemic, songstress Becca looks to spread some positivity with her new release during these times of a global crisis. The inspirational cut titled “Overcome” calls on us to remain strong as we look forward to a brighter tomorrow.
Fameye – Beautiful
Fameye makes a return with the sentimental piece titled “Beautiful”. Produced by Liquid Beatz, the super-chilled love song spots a minimalistic production over which Fameye croons infectious melodies about unrelenting love.
Fouad ft. Kwabsmah – Come My Way
Budding musical talents and co-signees of F.O Records, Fouad, and Kwabsmah connect on afro-infused bop “Come my way”. Fouad co-produces this cut with WebbieMadeThis.“Come my way” follows the success earlier released “Late Night” and spots a visually stunning video directed by Andy Madjitey.
Donaeo ft Kwesi Arthur & Frenzo – Vancouver Remix
UK club King Donaeo blends the best of two worlds as he recruits gifted Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur, and highly-rated UK rapper Frenzo Harami on the remix of his club banger “Vancouver” which originally features Blanco. Listen up:
M.anifest – No Long Talk
With his last major outing being late 2019’s “The Gamble” EP, there is no denying it’s been quite a while since M.anifest served fans with some hard-hitting rap music. Well, this is exactly what we get on the MikeMillzOn’Em produced “No Long Talk”. Listen up to some vintage M.anifestive flows.
Magnom – Take Over
Magnom is on the roll as he follows up last week’s release “Sadia” which features Kobby Keita with yet another banger. The self-produced joint dubbed “Take Over” spots Magnom quavering his trademark catchy flows of the thumping infectious production.
E.L – Azonto Gaza
E.L looks to keep the “Azonto revival” going as he follows last week’s release featuring Sarkodie with yet another azonto inspired banger dubbed “Azonto Gaza”. Listen up:
Klu – Own Money
On the self-produced joint dubbed “Own Money” Klu sing-raps over a wavy low-fi synth-infused instrumental, speaking on scheming his way to financial freedom.
King Promise X Cina Soul – Ojorley Remix
Legacy Life Entertainment frontline act King Promise remixes Cina Soul’s Ga traditional folk tune “Ojorley”. The sheer coincidence that the two vocal powerhouses share common Ga roots makes this remix a match made in heaven.
Strongman ft DopeNation – Walahi
Produced by KC Beatz, the frenetic club banger “Walahi” sees Strongman and DopeNation delivering the very best of what we know them for. DopeNation with the infectious hook and Strongman with the witty bars. Listen up: