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 Stonebwoy, Twitch 4eva, Phronesis, Edem, Gyakie, Larruso, Coco Trey and more.
Twitch 4eva – Baby
Off his newly released debut EP “Lost”, Ground Up Chale artiste, and vocal sensation Twitch 4eva delivers an enchanting afro-pop love song titled “Baby”. Production credit on the afro-pop number goes to usual collaborator and Ground Up Chale in-house producer Yung D3mz.
Phronesis – Blessings
Premier Space Entertainment signed act Phronesis keeps earning his stripes as a top-notch dancehall act as he outdoors new reflective dancehall number titled “Blessings”. The melodious dancehall number features fast-rising singer and songwriter – Kwe and is produced by Psyko.
Larruso – Eeba
“Eeba” as titled, is a multi-genre song that comprises instrumentation from the modern-dancehall genre and afro-pop. With scintillating lyrics sang in the local Ghanaian dialect Ga and Pidgin English, Larruso clearly states his intent of staying relevant as an artist and sounds a fair warning to all naysayers. Watch the Abeiku Simonson shot and directed video below.
Delis – Make My Day
Ghana-based Nigerian rapper Delis has undoubtedly been one of the most prolific act on the alternative rap scene in recent times, already serving up his fifth single release of 2020 titled “Make My Day”. Produced by go-to producer A-Swag, “Make My Day” is an innuendo-laden sing-rap joint that has Delis rapping about “getting down” with a dime.
Edem – In Ghana
Yanked off seasoned rapper Edem’s recently outdoored “Mood Swings” album, “In Ghana” is a tranquil rap song that borrows the distinctive voice of Ghanaian vocal powerhouse Efya. Produced by Ooptic Sound, the classic record sees Edem at his lyrical best.
Gyakie – Whine
Ghanaian singer-songwriter, Gyakie is back with what is sounding like yet another big song, steadily proving why she’s one of our favourites. The new dancehall influenced tune is titled “Whine”, was produced by Ground Up Chale’s super producer Yung D3mz and is taken of her forthcoming debut EP.
Dani Draco & Moor Sound – Ready
Labadi Music’s Dani Draco works with RGG Studios producer Moor Sound on his debut single of 2020. “Ready” is speculated to be the lead single of a forthcoming collaborative project from the duo. Crooning about getting his money right, “Ready” is a modern R&B cut which sees Dani Draco lay his silvery vocals over a jutting 808 beset instrumental produced by Moor Sound.
Cocotreyy – Star Gyal
Deriff Productions act Cocotreyy finally unlocks her debut release of the calendar year. Tagged “Star Gyal”, the rising songstress’ latest release is an aggressively presented dancehall cut produced by BPM Boss. Watch the fast paced Yaw Phanta directed music video below.
Biqo ft Tano Jackson – Palms
Following the success of earlier released highlife number “Mafe Wo”, gifted singer-songwriter Biqo outdoors yet another smooth record titled “Palms” which features fellow Super Jazz Club collective member Tano Jackson. The sultry sax-infused number, was produced by TheFlowerPapi who is also credited for co-writing the song with Biqo and Tano Jackson.
Stonebwoy – Good Morning Remix
Leading Ghanaian reggae, dancehall and afrobeat superstar Stonebwoy, assembles a star-studded cast of rapper Sarkodie and German-based act of Nigerian descent Kelvyn Colt for the remix of hit song “Good Morning” , taken off his critically acclaimed “Anloga Junction” album.
Kwaw Kese ft Black Prophet & Stonebwoy – Good Man
Ghanaian rap veteran Kwaw Kese enrols reggae/dancehall heavyweights Black Prophet and Stonebwoy on hip hop and dancehall hybrid sound tagged “Good Man”. Produced by Skonti, “Good Man” is taken off The Mad Time Entertainment huncho’s forthcoming “Victory” album.
Strongman ft Wendy Shay
Highly rated rapper, Strongman outdoors a new single tagged, “Mokobe” which features Rufftown Records‘ songstress and self-proclaimed “Queen of Ghana Music” Wendy Shay. Produced by KC Beatz, “Mokobe” is taken off his forthcoming “10 AM” album. Watch the Prince Dovlo directed music video below: