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The 10 Ghanaian songs you need to jam to this week

This week in Ghanaian music, Efya teams up with Tiwa Savage on ‘The One’, Shatta Wale lives the ‘Dream’ and Krymi’s single is ‘So Damn Fine’. Also, we enjoy a lot of new music from fresh talents in Ghana.

Get ready to update your playlist with new music.

Here’s our round-up of the best tracks and music videos that we came across.

Efya ft Tiwa Savage – The One

Ghanaian songstress Efya is out with new music and this time she teams up with Nigeria’s very own Tiwa Savage. Efya is back in business after her alter Ego ‘Big Dragon’, took over the music scene over the past months.

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Akesse Brempong ft Joe Mettle – Blessed

Ghanaian gospel artist Akesse Brempong is out with new music titled Blessed featuring multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel act Joe Mettle. Akesse Brempong has built his career by blending traditional gospel with the contemporary feel though he is widely known by contemporary listeners.

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AY Poyoo – Swimming Pool

Viral Ghanaian comic rapper AY Poyoo celebrates his 20th birthday with a new song titled Swimming Pool. The self-acclaimed face of GH rap first went viral with his freestyle on Mr. Drew and Krymi’s Dw3 and has gradually built a fan base named the Poyoorians.

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Krymi – So Damn Fine

Ghanaian singer Krymi signed to Kaywa’s Highly Spiritual Music seems to have hit gold with his new single ‘So Damn Fine’. The love inspired Krymi gives lovers an anthem to use to appreciate their partners.

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IsKwarteng – Yawa

Fast-rising Ghanaian singer isKwarteng after weeks of pre-promotion has released his debut EP titled iRed and Yawa is one of the standout songs off the EP.

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Pizzle ft Kula – Starboy

Ghanaian act Kofi Boateng, known in showbiz circles as Pizzle is a budding rapper who has been at this for a little over 3 years with the desire of reaching higher heights and being a mainstream superstar. For years, he has drawn inspiration from the likes of Sarkodie, Kula, and Lyrical Joe as his style is a unique blend of these three mentors of his.

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Jetey – Wait

June is here and with it Jetey. The ever-rising act gifts us with a cozy Afrobeat piece titled ‘Wait’. Laced with a slow tempo, the song’s beauty stems from the synergy between Jetey’s voice and the anon-produced beat. It also comes with a lovely video!

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Shatta Wale – Dream

The African dancehall King Shatta Wale has taken the spotlight on the Tropical house cruises to Jamaica with his song Dream. The Ghanaian who was recently declared by Billboard as the most viewed Ghanaian artist on YouTube in 2019, has received praise from all over the world for his contribution to the project.

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ShayD ft ADDJ – Turnop

Ghanaian singer ShayD teams up with YFM’s Addj to release a dance jam titled ‘TurnOp.’ TurnOp a corrupted version of Turn Up, is a term used to describe excess excitement at an event – usually at raves.

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Jayso featuring Phyl4lyph, Shabazz, Keddi, Elsie Raad, Yung Pabi, W.P, Kula, Kaymad, Smxf, and Tradey –0106, Vol.5 Cypher

On 1st June, Jayso released the 5th volume of his birthday project series 0106. For the second year running Jayso had then cypher which featured Phyl4lyph, Shabazz, Keddi, Elsie Raad, Yung Pabi, W.P, Kula, Kaymad, Smxf, and Tradey.

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Curated by Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh

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