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G-West & Ghanaian Stallion Are A Stunning Match On “Six Ways To Fall In Love”

Photo of G-West courtesy of Management

With both their stocks rising, burgeoning recording artist G-West collaborates with in-demand record producer Ghanaian Stallion for a 6-track EP aptly titled “Six Ways To Fall In Love.”

The duo announced the collaborative project with the well-received album lead single “Salary”.

George Kofi Mensah popularly known as G-West is a Ghanaian songwriter and recording artist. The Kumasi-based act having collaborated with Joey B, Bisa Kdei, Mr. Eazi, and Twitch 4eva; made quite an impression 12-track debut compilation project, “Young Amakye Dede” – a tribute to the Ghanaian highlife legend.

Off the back of producing one of the biggest songs on the continent at the moment, in the form of Black Sherif and Burna Boy’s “Second Sermon” remix, Alan Mensah, professionally known as Ghanaian Stallion is undoubtedly the most sought-after record producer in the Ghanaian music scene.

Paired with G-West’s dynamic vocals, all songs on ‘Six Ways To Fall In Love’ are irresistible ear-worms. G-West talks about love, sex, and passion in this project. His impeccable flow on Ghanaian Stallion’s excellent production will make you want to keep that repeat button on.

All songs on the extended play were produced by Ghanaian Stallion himself and mastered by talented music producer Apya.


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