10 Ghanaian Songs You Should Listen This Week.

In this week, Updates Guy has selected ten Ghanaian sounds which you should add to your playlists to make them lit. This songs are songs from Manifest, Mr Drew, Kwesi Slay, Mista Myles, MzVee, El Nino, Stonebwoy, Kofi Mole, Quamina MP and Strongman.

1. Mr. Drew – Eat (Rotimi, Love Riddim Cover)

Highly Spiritual Music signee Mr. Drew has featured Africa’s Reggae/Dancehall king, Stonebwoy, on Rotimi’s Love Riddim in a track titled EAT with classic visuals directed by Cobby Melody Twum. Listen Below:

2. Mista Myles – Don’t Stop

Mimlife Records signee Mista Myles is out with a party song titled DON’T STOP with production credit going to Nixie Official and dope visuals directed by Dir. Kofi Awuah II. Listen below:

3. Stonebwoy – Journey

JOURNEY is track number 9 on Stonebwoy’s Anloga Junction album. Stonebwoy touched on hustlers’ life, giving motivation to all hustlers out there. This is his favourite record from the album. The song was produced by Riga. Listen below:

4. Kofi Mole – Friends

As part of his ‘Mole Monday Ep’ the rapper in his creative elements talked about friendship in track number 9 titled FRIENDS. listen below;

5. El Nino – Higher we Go

The fast rising Reggae/Dancehall act is out with a new hit jam titled HIGHER WE GO. Listen below:

6. Manifest – We No Dey Hear

The God Mc featured the God of Hooks, Kelvyn Boy in an African sound produced by Nigeria’s Kel P in a track titled WE NO DEY HEAR. Listen below:

7. Kwesi Slay – Billionaire
The ‘Frass’ hitmaker talks about his billionaire dreams in a sound titled BILLIONAIRE with production credit going to Lyrical Beatz. Listen below:

8. Strongman – Big Boy

One of Ghana’s top rappers, Strongman as usual delivered on a new rap song titled BIG BOY with visuals directed by Kobby Shots and produced by Tubhani Muzik. Listen below:

9. MzVee – Baddest Boss

The BET Best International Act, Africa nominee features the genuis Mugeez of R2bees in a new sound, BADDEST BOSS with an African setting visuals shot & directed by South African director Justin Campos. Listen below :

10. Quamina MP – Family & Gees

Live from Ground Up Chale studios, Quamina MP delivers a touching and inspirational sound titled FAMILY & GEES. Listen below:

10 Ghanaian Songs You Need To Listen This Week.

This week, Updates Guy has made a list of Ghanaians songs you need to listen. This songs are songs from Kidi, Kay 9ice, Evergreen Tell’em, RJZ, Esikonkon, Masa Daiz, Ganyo Dread, Joey B, Sunshine Soldier and El Nino. These songs are available on Audiomack, SoundCloud, Apple Music, YouTube and other digital music platforms.

1. Kidi – Say Cheese

Kidi has a new EP out titled “BLUE EP“. One of the tracks from the EP is Say Cheese. This track is a favorite for most ladies in Ghana, African and the diaspora. Listen Below:

2. Kay 9ice – System

Kay 9ice talks about the how the hard system is affecting the youth and gives motivation on making it big despite the hard system. Listen Below:

3. RJZ – For Life

Memeber of the La Meme Gang, RJZ is out with a beautiful songs with a nice concept music video. He talks about how he’s going to love a particular girl no matter the obstacles. Listen Below:

4. Joey B – Affection

Affection is one of tracks from Joey B’s Lava Feels project, he featured the BHIM Nation president, Stonebwoy on this joint. Listen Below:

5. Masa Daiz – Low Key

Upcoming rapper Masa Daiz talks about being on the low and not talking about his moves. Listen Below:

6. El Nino – No Enemy

Young Reggae/Dancehall act, El Nino with his creative skills talks how his enemies won’t be able to achieve any plan they have against him. Listen below:

7. Evergreen Tell’em – “Ega Lava”

Ega Lava is an ewe word which means money will come. You can tell the motivation of this song looking at the title. He features Robert Hud & Zygee on this joint. Listen Below:

8. Ganyo Dread – Captains Town (Ashaiman)

Ganyo Dread gives massive respect to people from his town, Ashaiman with a dancehall tune produced by Key Mix. This song is a favourite by most people in Ashaiman. Listen Below;

9. Sunshine Soldier – Susu

Sunshine talks about saving money(susus) in order to make one particular girl happy being with him. He features Y Blaq on this chune. Listen Below:

10. Esikonkon – Wobotom (Your Pocket)

Esikonkon talks about real life situation where one can be happy when he steps town if only he/she has money. He featured Togavee & Timtim on this joint. This masterpiece was produced by King One Beats. Listen Below:

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