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7 New Ghanaian Songs You Need to Hear

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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 Edem, Kojey Radical, AK Songstress, and more.

1. Edem – Dromo

Award-winning Ghanaian rapper and songwriter, Edem is out with a new single titled ‘Dromo’. In the reggae masterpiece, Edem exalts God for his grace over his life and thanks him for his guidance though he sometimes wanders off the right path. ‘Dromo’ serves as a follow-up to his previous songs ‘Level’ featuring Ghanaian hiplife musician, Prince Bright and ‘Odo’ featuring songbird Sefa and Nigerian singer, Goya Menor.

2. Kojey Radical ft Cashh & King Promise – Born (Remix)

British Ghanaian musical act, Kojey Radical has released the remix of his hit single ‘Born’. The original song which featured rapper, Cashh has got another contribution from Ghana’s King Promise. The original song is off his debut album ‘Reason To Smile’ which was released in March this year.

3. AK Songstress – Woman Management

Ghanaian dancehall songstress, AK Songstress has released a new single titled ‘Woman Management’. This song comes after the release of her previous single, ‘My Proposal’. In this new song, the ‘Jonathan’ hitmaker talks about broke men who happen to be womanizers and still can’t take care of their own women. The songstress advises men to spend lavishly on their women in order for them to look beautiful and appealing.

4. Alpha 185 ft Kelyvn Boy – Stay Away

Fast-rising Ghanaian rapper and songwriter, Alpha 185 teams up with Afrobeats singer, Kelvyn Boy to release a song titled “Stay Away”. The song follows the success of his record, ‘Aboa Sika’, and happens to be his first single for the year 2022. ‘Stay Away’ was produced by Roses beats and Drumnayshin and it comes with an official video. The video was shot and directed by Kofi Awuah.

5. Lyrical Joe – Self

Ghanaian rapper Lyrical Joe is out with a new single ‘Self’(Road To August VI). The rapper’s 9-minute rap song ‘5th August 5’, won him the Best Rap Performance at the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. Lyrical Joe has shown no sign of slowing down and has been creating a lot of buzz with his bars. In the song ‘Self’, Lyrical Joe urges his listeners to move on and go hard in life no matter the circumstance. Production credit goes to Phredxter.

6. Obibini Takyi Jnr ft Amerado – Maase

Fast rising Ghanaian musician, Obibini Takyi Jnr teams up with rapper Amerado for his new single titled ‘Maase’. The highlife-themed song was produced by Liberty Beat and makes reference to the unique culture of ‘Maase’, a suburb of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. Obibini Takyi Jnr has previously released amazing projects like “Apuutoor” “Happy Yourself”, “Bad Energy” “Sika no ashi featuring Kuami Eugene and Yaw Berk, among others.

7. Foto Copy ft Uhuru – Tomorrow

Ghana’s youngest musician, Kallai Nana Qwaachi popularly known as Foto Copy teams up with award-winning South African musical group and ‘Khona’ hitmakers, Uhuru. The song titled ‘Tomorrow’ is a mix of Ghanaian music genres and South Africa’s Amapiano‘. It follows the successful reception of his previously released ‘School Dey Bee’ featuring Ghana’s self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale. ‘Tomorrow’ was produced by DDT and the song comes along with an official video.




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