After a long winding year with various twists and turns on the grind, Agbeshie, signed Rapper to One Phame Entertainment feels the strategy that kept him on the grind till the year is about to close is due to the fact that he was able to #Adjust to every situation that befalls him. This new one he releases is produced by Sonoh to close in the year.
The rising Rapper has worked really hard this year when he got signed to a new Management. His previously released song #Original has shot him to some new and different heights of his career and has performed that banger alongside other released cuts like #GbonyFace, #Beyonce etc to keep himself on the scene. The official video for this one drops hopefully this weekend as well.
You can connect with him on his social media handles below:
It’s official – Hardboy Music record label frontman, Deon Boakye has finally released the music video for his latest jam “Ooosh”.The slow tempo Afro-pop record which was produced by Willis Beatz basically talks about having a day-long fun with especially intimate partners.
If you are a fan of music that has cryptic messages, I’m sure Zed Ay Kay is one of the artists you’ll enjoy listening to. Weeks after dropping his single ‘Deliverance’ off his forthcoming ”Versatility” album, the much anticipated visuals for this banging tune is out now.
Directed by Wanlov the Kubolor, it was shot in different locations within the Sekondi-Takoradi metropolis and features, Singlet who is originally a ‘Taadi’ boy. Using everyday locations, director, Wanlov brought an interesting concept to life by giving you clues with which to decipher the message in the song (if you are successful, please let me know).
The visuals are friendly to the eyes and you are will not be cringing at any of the scenes as Wanlov proves that he knows his job. Zed Ay Kay and Singlet bring the ‘Taadi’ in them to life and make watching the video worth it.
Who would have thought an iPhone camera (yes, you read right) teamed up with a man who knows how to work it, two dudes with ‘Taadi’ roots and a model who knows her job could bring to life such magic? Just check it out yourself here.
bigBen has finally released his multi-genre list ep titled “back to Jtown”. This ep proves his versatility when it comes to music. This project carries a lot of bondsand with a production from MOGbeatz and a feature from KojoCue. Enjoy
1. Adore ft. Tray
2. Come Closer ft. Efraim
3. Bullion Van
4. Want You ft. SMAC
5. Hold Up ft. Kojo Cue
Nana Yaa is back with the video for,”My hunny” one of the beautiful piece released this year. She is one of the musicians in Ghana that never goes with the use of beautiful African fabrics as costume in her videos. Nana Yaa has a long history in Ghana’s music industry as a powerful contributed to most popular songs. Click on the button below and enjoy.
Ruff Town Records signed artiste,Ebony reigns has unleashed a new song,”Maame hw3″ as a follow up to her top trending song,”Hustle” featuring label mate,Brella. The song which comes with a beautiful video is campaign against domestic violence and female brutality. Ebony is by face the top selling artiste in the country at the moment with many hit singles to her records.
She is expected to officially release her debut album,”Bonified” in the days to come.
Watch the full video here
Ghanaian Act, Imani N.A.D released his much anticipated ‘OLIVIA’ mixtape across all music digital platforms.After weeks of speculations, Zone Three 6 Records frontliner, Imani N.A.D yesterday gave a confirmation of the release date via his Instagram account by posting #OLIVIA 08.12.17.
After releasing series of singles this year, OLIVIA highlights what has been an amazing year for the young artiste.
Since releasing his attention-grabbing ‘el fuego’ early this year, Imani has constantly progressed in a carefully plotted step with releases of ‘Wole’ and ‘With You’. Imani N.A.D followed his biggest hit to date with his debut Mixtape album OLIVIA which arrived last Friday.
“It’s a body artwork that showcases talents and musical versatility. It has something for everyone, afrobeats, merging hip hop with afrobeats and EDM as well”
What makes this project different is my level of versatility and creativity, also my sound and style of music. I stand for afrobeats music and believe in it. I feel it can be fused with everything, all genres you can think of. My ability to do this is what makes me different.
The 9 track mixtape has guest appearances from BiQo and Suzz Blaq and has one spoken word intro in memory of his beloved Aunt, OLIVIA.
OLIVIA is available on all digital music platforms for streaming and downloading.
Enewsgh.com, Ghana’s leading Arts & Entertainment news website announces ONTHERISE: a new spin-off to highlight burgeoning names across various spectrums of the Ghanaian society.
The magazine is published by Touché Media Ghana, operators of enewsgh.com and an assortment of other online platforms including radioandtvgh.com and wannaown.com (the country’s first and only Pidgin website). The outfit are also publishers of “It is Possible”, official biography of media mogul Bola Ray.
“On a daily basis, we witness truly astounding stories of unflinching spirit and resolve by persons to succeed in spite of the many challenges that come with simply being a young Ghanaian dreamer. As a brand, we are driven by a similar attitude, hence, find it key to shine the light on such stories, so other young men and women can draw from these testimonies in the pursuit of their own goals”, says Editor Gabriel Myers Hansen about the free digital.
The maiden issue of the 20-pager features beloved singer KiDi (born Dennis Nana Dwamena) of Lynx Entertainment, and sees him discuss “love, music, plus chao things”.
24, the MTN Hitmaker alumnus reminisces childhood stories which have shaped his awareness of the concept, the art of writing a love song, how his new found fame is reshaping his outlook of life and love, his mother’s role in his perceptions of affection, as well as how he navigates the labels “love symbol” and “sex symbol”.
KiDi also touches on the idea of soul mates, disputing the popularly -held notion that we are allocated a single soul mate each in our lives. Citing people who rediscover love after losing their partner to, say, death, he submits that we meet different soul mates at various points in life: “there are so many soul mates. It’s all about who comes into your life first…that’s how I see it”.