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JaySo’s 0106 Vol. 5 is an Opeimu – Review

For the 5th year straight, Jayso has gifted fans with a project as part of his 0106 series – which also marks his birthday.

Jayso has made 1st June a tradition for ‘0106’ and that has maintained his status as one of the best MCs Ghana has to offer.

The beauty of the series is the number of new talents Jayso puts on the project.

This year sees the Adenta ‘repping’ producer sharing his birthday with talents like TiTi Owusu, Kelvin Black, Kwame Swerve, Kula, Tradey, Harmaboy, Don, G-west, and more.

In the Intro, Jayso shares his reason for the 5th volume of 0160 whiles sharing the difficulties he went through putting out the country despite being out of Ghana.

This year’s ‘0106’ is special to JaySo as he finally introduced his son to the world. The rapper penned a powerful letter for him in track 2 titled Letter to Ezra.

The toast of the project though for me is track 3 Opeimu produced by Drvmroll. The song features Kelvin Black and Copta. Kelvin Black is one of the main reasons the song is my favorite. The former AMG member showed his prowess as he also dispatched the hook effortlessly. Jayso also came in hard and Copta did his thing but Kelvin Black took the spotlight on this single. Opeimu is usually a term given to someone great and it’s no surprise I see it as the biggest song off this year’s ‘0106’ project.

Another song to check out is the project is Disaster which is a skillions reunion. Jayso featured E.L and J-Town. Disaster is definitely not your regular rap single; too much heat.

Another fire song is the cypher which is heavily packed with hard-hitting rappers. The cypher features Phyl4lyph, Shabazz, Keddi, Elsie Raad, Yung Pabi, W.P, Kula, Kaymad, Smxf, and Tradey. It’s been definitely hard choosing a favorite as all of them came with their a-game.

The rest of the songs on the project are equally dope but on a personal level, the above songs are the songs I pick as my favorites.

You can listen to 0106 Vol. 5 below and pick your favorite song.

Review by Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh

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