Lil Shaker – Edawoso

Here comes the official video for ‘Edawoso’ by Lil Shaker,one of Ghana’s most-loved vocalist released a couple of days ago. Lil Shaker works as a musician under the management of EL’s BBnzLive based in the National capital. Watch the video here

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Video: Lighter ft Mugeez – Only You

America-based Ghanaian musician,Lighter has teamed up with Mugeez of R2bees on a beautiful Afropop song. Titled ‘Only You’ the song is actually the artiste first song released this year after quite a successful year in the past. Follow the link below to watch

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Donzy Releases Video For ‘Pressure’

Few hours after the release of the audio for his latest single,Donzy is out with the visuals for it. The video which perfectly gives graphics meaning to the song was shot in a beautiful location some hours drive away from Accra by Shizzle, one of the new entries in the game doing very well. Projecting some radiant settings most people have probably not seen before

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Video: E.N.E Yatt – Akosua

Ghana-based Nigerian music group,E.N.E Yatt is back with the visuals for their Afropop song,’AKOSUA’. The colourful music video was shot somewhere in Accra to give graphics meaning to the song. E.N.E Yatt is not an entirely new music group in Ghana. They were featured on ‘Dab’ by Gallaxy and delivered more than perfect. This is one of their top three music videos released so far. Follow the link to watch and also share your views on it.




Video: Hecta – Link Up (Directed by KofiPong)

Hecta has unleashed his much anticipated music video,’Link up’ directed by KofiPong. The entire production was done under watch of Vibetown Records,the force behind the artiste.The video featured guest appearance by actress Kisa Gbekle whose role gave the video a plus.

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‪Watch: One9ra Releases Video For ‘Party hard’ featuring Epixode. ‬

‪Promising Ghanaian musician,One9ra has released the video for his jam,’Party hard’ featuring,Epixode one of Ghana’s outstanding Dancehall artiste. The party anthem was released few weeks ago under the watch of Top Team Entertainment and Deam Tym Records.‬


‪The Tamale-based musician is one of the faces of region with composition that cuts across all jurisdiction. ‬

‪One9ra started music since infancy and has been through various practicing and mentoring stage to get to where he is now. Follow the link to watch the video and be on the look out for more songs coming from him. ‬

‪Interact with One9ra on his social media platforms.‬

‪Twitter :One9ra‬
‪Instagram:One9ra ‬


‪Kelvyn Boy drops new video ‘Pray’ under BhimNation. ‬

‪Live Band Wonder Kid @KelvynBoyMusic releases viral video #Pray on the Forever Riddim produced by ArmzHouse Records, Jamaica. The BhimNation President, STONEBWOY, earlier did his version #MyOwn on the same riddim which went viral and still topping charts.‬

‪This makes a first single Kelvyn Boy has released under BhimNation, his affiliate brand. Below are LYRICS to the song and video link:‬


Intro: Lailai oohh Kelvynboy again oo ei !

Mi see a new day with a new vibe
Whole of them wonder how mi fly so high
Cah dem see mi life change inna one night
Dem nuh overstand

CHORUS: cah Everyday mi a Pray, Everyday mi a pray
Everyday…Mi a hope and pray, Everyday mi a pray so babylon mi nuh fraid 2x

Vers: When i man step inna di treet Everyday is a blessing everybody see it
Nuff chat never ago do it so mi pray to most high cah him haffi do it
Cah you know seh mi never seek idol, never inna my life
Ghetto youth better read your bible and burn duttymind.

HOOK: you know man a free
Everybody see it, give thanks to di allmighty
Nuff adem diss but we act like we nuh see

CHORUS: cah Everyday mi a Pray, Everyday mi a pray
Everyday…Mi a hope and pray, Everyday mi a pray so babylon mi nuh fraid 2x

**Prayer is the key, so mi without season yeah….
Jah jah know star so mi never gone hate on a next man thing yeah….2x
HOOK: you know man a free
Everybody see it, give thanks to di allmighty
Nuff adem diss but we act like we nuh see

CHORUS: cah Everyday mi a Pray, Everyday mi a pray
Everyday…Mi a hope and pray, Everyday mi a pray so babylon mi nuh fraid 2x



Did Koo Ntakra dub from Sarkodie’s ‘Take it back’ in 48Bars?

A series of murmuring and chattering have been going on offshore since the release of the video for Koo Ntakra’s controversial hip hop freestyle song ‘48BARS’.

The King of Kofcity tends to be spearheading his rap game to another level and has received plaudits from some renowned media houses and Ghanaian music aces as most of them complimented by affirming the track’s musical context, the video setup, the filming techniques, the costumes and the entire approach appears to be very similar to Sarkodie’s ‘Take it back’ video which had a couple of fast rising & promising talents (including himself, Koo Ntakra) in the music industry names and their works being commended by Ghana’s rap King.

“48 Bars’ is lyrically packed and demonstrates who Koo Ntakra is in the music scene. He listed some of his achievements as a rap artiste; and I can say the young rapper has really worked hard and still working to hold on to the Akuapem rap legacy. This is pure fire and the beat got torn apart”, this is what renowned Ghanaian – Belgium based blogger, Komla Aborga said in May this year when the song was released.

The music video saw Koo Ntakra in his fur coat in most of the scenes with newspapers set covering the entire background. What this means to us is that, the newspapers represents the headlines he has made since he appeared in the music scene. More like an evidence or testimony to his claims.

The dashing rapper continued to voice out his achievements in the freestyle and questioned people why they still doubt his lyrical prowess, as he threw more jabs on other arts, same way Sark did in his controversial ‘Take it Back’ song.

It is often said that “when we seek to discover the best in others, we somehow bring out the best in ourselves”. The circulating chattering by far put the young talent’s piece above his icon which has sparked a whole lot of arguments and controversies on several media platforms.

This story is developing, and you can also judge for yourself by watching both videos and drawing your own conclusions from its contents.


Koo Ntakra – 48Bars

Sarkodie – Take it back


Lexis Tight Drops Video For ‘Bobr3’

Lexis Tight, one of the top Ghanaian dancers and rising musician has released a viral video for his single,’Bobr3′.

The dance song is the artiste’s debut launching him on to the scene as he is geared towards taking it far.

Lexis has featured in many  popular music videos including Itz Tiffany’s ‘Dance’ and ‘Bokoboko’ by Harbourcr City Recordz signed music group,Gallaxy. Follow the video below and watch out for more from Lexis Tight,the new sensation.


Shatta Rako Releases Dance Video For ‘Party Anthem’

The king of melodies,Shatta rako   is in the news this week for something unexpected,his latest dancehall release,’Party anthem’. The song according to many music lovers  is one of the best single the artiste has ever released after the launch of his ‘Preface’ album late last year.

He has however released a dance video for the song starring beautiful young ladies whose dancing skills was more than excellent and making the song more appealing.

Shatta rako is one of Ghana’s best dancehall artiste who many songs and awards to his credit.The song was released under the joint management of Rudebuoy records,Talent Over Hype and KB Productions

Watch the video here