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, Kay-T, Shatta Wale, Eddie Khae, Fameye, Yaa Pono, Khalifina and more.
Kay-T ft Medikal & Okese1 – Obi Ne Yem
T$D’s Kay-T outdoors latest hip hop cut titled “Obi Ne Yem” which features reigning VGMA rapper of the year Medikal and his sidekick Okese 1. The hip hop anthem was ably produced by Iyke Parker, with the Grand Theft Auto game-inspired music video directed by Kay-T himself who doubles as a music video director under the moniker KTO.
Eddie Khae – Mirror Mirror
Breaking out in 2018 with the viral hit song “Do The Dance”, Eddie Khae returns with yet another dance banger titled “Mirror Mirror”. Produced by Earl, “Mirror Mirror” is an uptempo jamfest specifically calibrated for the dancefloor. Eddie Khae enlists Ground Up Chale affiliate and “Amanfour Girls” hitmaker Quamina MP on this one.
Stonebwoy – Putuu Freestyle
Award-winning Ghanaian reggae/dancehall act Stonebwoy, got fans and music lovers raving when snippets of his “Putuu” freestyle leaked some weeks back. The dancehall heavyweight finally outdoors the long-awaited tune officially which is already sounding like a street banger! Produced by Streetbeatz, Stonebwoy switches style as he serves us with this fast-tempo banger for your listening pleasure.
Khalifina – Today Tomorrow
Khalifina, a budding afro-fusion act, and winner of the Youngtrepreneurs music and business workshop is out with a new single titled “Today Tomorrow” which follows earlier released “Slow Down” which featured Medikal. “Today Tomorrow” is a soothing love inspired piece.
Shatta Wale – Different Star
Shatta Movement boss, Shatta Wale serves us a brand new song dubbed, “Different Star”. The song was produced by ace Ghanaian record producer Mix Master Garzy. On the bragadoccio-riddled dancehall cut, the self-proclaimed king of the genre establishes why he is one of a kind.
Yaa Pono – 1997
Yaa Pono throws us back to the vintage sounds of 90s burger highlife music on his new Dr. Ray-produced single titled “1997”. Burger highlife is a sub-genre of Highlife music that is a crossover style between traditional highlife, disco and funk music created by Ghanaian immigrants in Germany.
Fameye – After Corona
On this new record, versatile recording artiste Fameye paints a hypothetical picture of the state of affairs after the global pandemic subsides. He aptly titles the feel-good jam “After Corona”. Production credit on this tune goes to the production duo of Bozy Beats and LiquidBeatz.
FrenchKiss DJ & Fizzi Marley.- Flawless
Ghanaian DJ and record producer FrenchKiss DJ tag teams Nigerian recording artist Fizzi Marley to give music lovers a surprise EP this summer! “Flawless” happens to be the lead single off the forthcoming collaborative project.
Myx Quest ft M.anifest, B4bonah & Kimarne – No Apologies
British-born veteran Ghanaian record producer assembles a star-studded lineup of rapper M.anifest, B4bonah and Kimarne on newly released “No Apologies”. The multi-genre producer serves a fusion of R&B, hip-hop and dancehall vibes sandwiched with Afrobeats rhythms and instrumentation, allowing Myx Quest to show off his versatile musicianship.
Jay Cliff ft $pacely, WhoisAkin, MoorSound – Cross Faded
New age alternative act Jay Cliff assembles RGG Studios’ Moorsound, La Meme Gang’s $pacely and Nigerian vocalist, Akinola Akin aka Whoisakin to deliver infectious alté bop titled “Crossfaded”. This comes hot on the heels of the success of his debut tape “Twelve2Five” which peaked at #2 and #86 on Apple Music’s Ghana and US World Charts respectively.
Moh – Wahala
Emerging afrobeat act Mohammed Mouazzen who goes by the stage name
Moh, is back in sight with a spanking new afro-pop sound. Dubbed “Wahala”, the Lexyz-produced sentimental bop is poised to exceed the success of his previous piece, “Belinda” featuring Mr Eazi.
Sorakiss – 411
Following the success of previous singles “Honey” featuring Akwaboah and the more recent “Ice Cream” featuring Kuami Eugene, television personality turned musician, Sorakiss debuts yet another love-themed song dubbed “411”. On the Titi Marshall Gomez (Gomezbeatx) produced cut Sorakiss questions her readiness to fall in love again.