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 Kelvyn Boy, DJ Juls, Shatta Wale, Bosom P-Yung, Quamina MP, Donaeo and more.
DJ Juls – Wata
Super producer and DJ Juls from London via Ghana drops these amazing visuals for his new record “WATA” featuring Randy Valentine. The Afrobeats/reggae fusion vibe oozes African and Caribbean influences paying homage to beautiful black women around the world.
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.
Bosom P-Yung – Hold Me Tight
Bosom P-Yung outdoors music video to love inspired single “Hold Me Tight” which was released a few weeks back. Produced by Ipappi, this record is quite a deviation from the trap influenced sound he has become notorious for. Bosom’s distinct style and delivery still feature prominently. Watch the Yaw Phanta-directed video below:
Kelvyn Boy – Black Lives Matter
Former Burniton Music Group signee and protege of reggae/dancehall star Stonebwoy, Kelvyn Boy adds his voice to the fight for racial equality with newly released single “Black Lives Matter”. The freedom anthem was produced by Samsney, with the music video directed by Windowz Gh.
Amerado ft Fameye – Twaso
Fast-rising rapper Amerado, who garnered the attention of music fans following his guest verse on Sarkodie’s star-studded hit record “Bi Bii Ba” taps Fameye for newly released “Twaso”. Produced by Two Bars, the song speaks on overlooking naysayers. Watch the Gordon Appiah-directed video below:
Eno Barony ft Kelvynboy – Cheat
Rapper Eno Barony collaborates with Kelvyn Boy on mid tempo Afropop tune tiltled “Cheat”. Speaking on the topic of infidelity, Eno Barony switches things up singing a melodious hook and delivering her trademark rap flow on the first verse as Kelvyn Boy adorns the song with a catchy guest verse. Production credit on “Cheat” goes to Samsney, with the music video directed by Rakl Ghana.
Freda Rhymz – Public Opinion
Young Mission Entertainment signed fence Freda Rhyme is out with a hard-hitting trap banger titled “Public Opinion”. On this joint Freda raps about how public opinion makes her sick. The drill influenced banger was produced by Snowwie Beatz and released with a video directed by Amanor Blacc of Outlaw Philmz.
Quamina MP – Ohia Y3 F**king
Ground Up Chale affiliate Quamina MP’s latest single “Ohia Y3 F**king” sees him recount his struggles with poverty on the come-up over a Yung Demz-produced instrumental. Watch the Akwadaa Nyame directed music video below:
Shatta Wale – Dweet Dirty
African Dancehall King Shatta Wale outdoors new music titled “Dweet Dirty”. The hardcore dancehall cut, was produced by Jamaican outfit Kim Media House and is hot off the heels of his much talked about single “Dream” off the “Tropical Cruise to Jamaica” compilation album which he headlined.
Kweku Afro – Fiesta
Twist Entertainment Legacy signee Kweku Afro is out with feel-good jam titled “Fiesta” to whet our auditory appetites towards the impending release of his debut EP dubbed: “Nothing To Something”. The self-produced “Fiesta” is specifically calibrated for the dancefloor.