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Herman Suede, Larruso, Asi Renie, Solid K, Biqo, Jay Cliff #MuseIntrolude Class of 2021

The start of a new year means there is likely to be a breakthrough talent who most music fans are yet to discover or listen to. In this Muse Introlude Class of 2021, we list five artists who are likely to breakthrough the mainstream market by the close of the year.


Herman Suede

Jason Herman Bortei- Doku (born 21 November 2002) professionally known as Herman Suede is a young Ghanaian musician. He is known for his catchy hooks, lyrical ability and unique fashion sense.

In his short career, Herman has collaborated with Africa’s rap phenom Sarkodie (rapper), RJZ from the La Meme Gang Collective and been endorsed by Ghanaian rapper M.anifest.


A Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall and Afrobeats artist, Larruso made his swift rise in the musical scene later 2019 after releasing his debut single “Killy Killy” under his home label “Jadon Shatta Entertainment”.

Solid K

Born Kwaku Asamoah, Solid K is one of the new names making entry into Ghana’s music industry as a reggae musician. Solid K’s music is heavily inspired by the likes of Bob Marley,Alpha Bonde who basically touches on realities of life with their music.


BiQo (born Stephen Sackitey Biko Okletey) is an afrosoul artist from Accra, Ghana. His love for music began at a tender age and his passion saw him representing Ghana in Nigeria at the MTN Project Fame West Africa music competition in 2015.

Jay Cliff

Jeffery Nana Kweku Afful Jnr, popularly known as Jay Cliff is a Ghanaian based artist & songwriter. His versatility plays a major part in defining his sound, which is a blend of R&B, Alté and Afrofusion.

Asi Renie

Phenomenal artist and powerful vocals, you need to check out her new project called ‘Chapter 5’ EP, if you would love to listen to just one song on it, look out for ”You Hurt Me”.

Find out more in the video below;

Story by Derrick Annor Boadi

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