Justice Kloutse – Secret ft. JJ Gonami x Torgbe x Wala Tye.

Artiste: Justice Kloutse
Title: Secret
Featuring: JJ Gonami x Torgbe x Wala Tye
Produced by: Wala Tye
Mixed by : Dugudbeatz
Record : Imperium

Ghanaian artist and video expert,Justice Kloutse,CEO of Imperium has outdoor his debut featuring three of Ghana acts,Jj Gonami,Torgbe and Wala Tee. The song released under Imperium is meant to give music loyals a new taste of music and creativity exhibited by these artiste.  Check it out now.



Biggy Stone – Ayalolo (Prod by MoGbeatz).

Burgeoning Ghanaian musician,Biggy Stone has a new song out. ‘Ayalolo’ produced by M.O.G Beatz,one of Ghana’s sensation. The danceable Afropop song with a dancehall influence talks about real life issues. The struggle one goes through before becoming successful.

The inspirational song is one of the many song that will inspire you to be on the grind. The production also had a professional touch from Possigee one of the master crafts behind most top tunes out there.

Biggy Stone is a new breed hopeful of making a huge impact in the days to come with his music. Follow the link to to enjoy the brand new song from him.



Fre-D Music – Wahala

‪Fresh off dropping his Don’t Forget To Pray (Freestyle), Fred Chijindu Inaks Onianwa known professionally by his stage name Fre-D or Fre-D GoldRush, is back with a track called “Wahala” which was released on his birthday as a ‘gift’ to his hardcore fans. The track was produced by Le Prezident; and represents a genre the duo conceptualized, called ‘Afro-soul-trap’; mixing African elements with soul and trap music. ‬

‪The track title “Wahala” translates to ‘problems’ in pidgin and the track tells a story of how a lady’s predilection for the finer things puts her courter/admirer in trouble. Fre-D uses word play and soul melodies to paint a picture of a young, braggadocios suitor who bites off more than he can chew in courting this particular lady; ‘Caro’. Lines like “No mercy, no mercy, tryna ball when you’re not Messi/No pennies, no panties, guess we’re kettle and pot belly” depict the story from his perspective.‬
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‪Fre-D, though of Nigerian descent, is based in South Africa where he studies. He cites; Jay Z, Angelique Kidjo, Fela Kuti, King Sunny Ade and Oliver de Coque as his major musical influences.‬
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‪Fre-D gets social @buzorboyfred on; facebook, twitter & instagram.‬

Download the song here


ReeZon – Your Love (ft. E.L) (Prod. By MOG Beatz)

US based Ghanaian artist, Richard Sowah professionally know as ReeZon, adds some sauce to our playlist with ‘Your Love’ featuring BBnZ Live frontliner, E.L.

‘Your Love’ sees ReeZon asking a lady to show him her love so he can open up fully to show his love prowess and introduce her to the finest things in life. Very thoughtful and groovy song by ReeZon, he makes a point to put in more juice by singing and rapping on this one.

To make the message complete and more clearer, E.L adds some spice of his silky voice to it.
Production credit goes to MOG Beatz, one of the fast rising sound engineers in the country.




Donzy – Pressure (Prod by Street Beatz)

Hiplife musician,Donzy reveals the societal pressure on Ghanaian musicians. The independent artiste in his new song,’Pressure’ touches on the realities musicians faces when they finally grab a hit song.

The artiste who is still enjoying all the buzz with his songs,’Confession’ and ‘Club’ reveals that demand and requests for financial supports from friends and families increases when they grab a popular song. He also added that whatever you say also becomes a subject for discussion in the public.

The Ghana Music Awards UK nominee also added that in most cases, musicians don’t make any substantial income as people think but rather being smart to still keep the game on top Just to make people happy.

This requests usually comes in the midst of plans to get settled making most musicians confused about what they should do. Implying the reason why most musicians can not survive after a hit song.

‘Pressure’ is one of a kind because besides the message,it is the first time the Rapper is going all out to sing. The song was released digitally today under the management of DC Empire.

Follow the link to download and enjoy



Kwesi Slay x Sariki – Street Ways

Kwesi slay,good rapper and Sariki on the chorus, perfect chemistry by these artiste on this single called,’Street ways’.

The song which basically gives reasons why you need to sleep-less and grind hard because you have a tall list of  things to accomplish. More importantly”Street ways’ talks about going all out to work and feed family.

Follow the link to download and listen. Do share as well.



Splitees – Ohemaa – (Prod M.O.G Beatz)

Independent music group,Splitees

Splitees is back with the jam.The much anticipated Afropop song,’Ohemaa’ produced by Ghana’s new sensation,M.O.G Beatz with a master touch from Gachios.

Splitees is one of the best music groups from the Eastern region gradually on the rise. This is their first single since the grabbed multiple nominations at the maiden edition of Eastern Music Awards.

Follow the link to download and don’t forget to also share.



NanaYaa ft MzVee – Don’t Leave Me Alone

These 4 Walls (‘No one has to know) hit maker NanaYaa has released a new single featuring Lynx Entertainment signed female dancehall artiste MzVee.

Kuami Eugene produced the new single and according to NanaYaa this is her first major female collaboration.

Beautiful songstress,Nana Yaa

NanaYaa in talking about the song said: the song with MzVee is titled: ‘Don’t leave me alone’ speaks for lovers in a relationship.

She mentioned that the new single is the first of many singles to come off her debut EP to be released soon.

Check out ‘Don’t leave me Alone’ below.


You can also stream it live on Soundcloud.


Nacee – Paddy Paddy

After smashing the local airwaves with the chart topping ‘Boys Boys’ song which Guru, Nacee continues with another mind blowing piece titled ‘Paddy Paddy’.


Nacee who prefers to be called a musician rather than limiting him with the tag ‘Gospel Artist’ is leaving no stone up turned this year with his recent switch to contemporary highlife/ hiplife melodies.


The self-produced song talks about gossips, distractors who envy the progress of others by doing everything in their powers to pull the person down.



Nigerian-Born Ghanaian Female Songstress, Reeda Turns ‘Savage’

If you see the ever sensational Reeda and super talented producer, DJAbui involved in a project, then you know it is a turn up for real.

Nigerian born Ghanaian singer, songwriter and poet, Reeda, after her previous releases, “Love Me Go” and “You and Me”, which saw the sassy diva and singer gain notable applause and appreciation in 2014 and 2015 respectively, has just kicked off her new project (featuring DJAbui) with a bang and it comprises a whole lot of raw energy, thrill and talent.

Releasing her smashing new single off the project titled Savage, Reeda’s poetic prowess fused with genius instrumentals and production, aims to put a female voice to a dominant male mentality of ‘man controls, woman follows’ in a relationship.

Savage talks about a woman being free to move and explore herself in a  relationship without intimidation and restraint. Reeda in this song takes full control and command of her emotion, a situation which overwhelms her man, leaving him powerless and submissive. “…you know imma #SAVAGE, imma beast…”

‘Savage’ is near the top as far as ingenuity and creativity in contemporary music is concerned. Grab a copy. It’s out now on ITunes, Spotify, Deezer, Shazam, Youtube and digital platforms.