Featuring Yaw Tog, Okese1, Kwesi Arthur, Gyakie, KiDi, Wendy Shay, Kuami Eugene, Mr Drew and more.
We’re authoritatively part of the way through 2021, and what an interesting year it has been for music up to this point! The principal half of the year has seen a constant flow of pop hits, drill hymns, global remixes, and more from our beloved Ghanaian specialists, arising and set up. Need the overview? We’ve presented to you a rundown of the best tunes of the year up to this point. Look at the rundown beneath!
Okese1 ‘Na Today’
Rapper and “Yie” hitmaker Okese1 came through at the actual top of the year with something other than what’s expected from the typical drill banger. “Na Today” has since become one of the greatest dance tunes of the year, gracing occasions and dance floors all over the country.
Yaw Tog, Stormzy & Kwesi Arthur ‘Sore (Remix)’
Recently rapper Yaw Tog gave the remix of his raving success single “Sore,: this time around working together with UK hotshot Stormzy and Ground Up rapper Kwesi Arthur. The first form of the weighty drill hymn has likewise procured the youthful rap star the honor for “Hip-Hop Song of the Year” at the just held 2021 Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
Gyakie & Omah Lay ‘Forever (Remix)’
Gyakie’s 2020 hit single “For eternity” started its tough ascension recently when it appeared on Billboard’s Top Triller Global diagram at number 4. The melody took off from that point and turned into a viral hit, hitting diagrams in both Ghana and Nigeria and furthermore prompting the youthful star handling an arrangement with Sony Music. One more consequence of the tune’s extraordinary run is its authority remix, this time including Nigerian vocalist Omah Lay.
Wendy Shay ‘Nobody’
Vocalist Wendy Shay as of late dropped her second studio collection Shayning Star. This tune “No one,” the main single off the collection, introduced another sound and melodic style for the afrobeats and dancehall artist. Here, Wendy issues genuine editorial on life however the feature of the tune is simply the music — a smooth R&B style song executed flawlessly by the Rufftown Records entertainer.
Mr Drew ‘Mood’
Highly Spiritual’s rising star Mr Drew dropped a fun afrobeats bop just named “Mood.” Catchy is putting it mildly here as Mr Drew concocts a tune that has been and will in any case be the soundtrack to numerous involved with come.
Kuami Eugene ‘Dollar On You’
Lynx Entertainment star Kuami Eugene proceeded with his unbelievable run of hits with his most recent single, “Dollar on You.” oneself created afrobeats tune presents a straightforward mantra — put your body on him and he’ll put his dollar on you. Look at our meeting with him about the single and his forthcoming EP.
King Promise ‘Slow Down’
King Promise is back and preparing for his collection run, beginning with this new single. A co-creation by Nigerian artist and maker Nonso Amadi and Ghanaian star maker Killbeatz, King Promise’s most recent single “Slow Down” is the ideal afro-R&B combination. At barely three minutes, “Dial Back” is an earworm you can’t pay attention to simply once.
Kwesi Arthur ‘Winning’ ft. Vic Mensa
Rapper Kwesi Arthur dropped another hip-jump song of praise named “Winning,” including Vic Mensa. The Ghanaian-American rapper has been showing up on a series of elements with a few Ghanaian specialists, however this one here may simply be the most lit! Vic goes monster mode on his refrain, commending the similarly vivacious presentation by Kwesi impeccably.
KiDi ‘Touch It’
Off his just delivered second studio collection The Golden Boy, KiDi was on his dancehall steez with his subsequent authority single of the year. An agreeable melodic bop, this one ought to be added to your new music revolution.
Black Sherif ‘First Sermon’
In the event that you haven’t knew about Black Sherif at this point, you want to get hip since he’s one youthful craftsman who is most certainly close to blow. On this free-form joint named “First Sermon,” Sherif portrays his life and battles on the tune that procured the rising star a Sarkodie co-sign.
R2Bees ‘Fine Wine’ ft. King Promise & Joeboy
Whiz team R2Bees at long last returned from a short break that felt like until the end of time. For their return they snared with artists King Promise and Joeboy, and concocted a smooth afrobeats jam that is just about as refined as its name.
Jay Bahd ‘Y3 Y3 Dom’ ft Skyface SDW, Reggie,Kwaku DMC, City Boy, Kawabanga & O’Kenneth
Since last year drill anthem have never been hard to find, and the Life Living Records young men are ensuring it remains as such. Rapper Jay Bahd came through with “Y3 Y3 Dom” including his Life Living Records crew, off his just delivered debut project Return of Okomfo Anokye.