In honor of Afronection’s upcoming visit to Ghana, this week’s top five is made up of some of the finest the country has to offer.
- R2bees ft. King Promise, Kwesi Arthur, Darkovibes, Rjz, Spacely, Humble Dis, Medikal, B4bonah – ‘Boys Kasa’
Should you be new to the Ghana music scene, this is a nice introduction to some of the more seasoned artist as well as some newcomers all going hard on a beat that goes harder.
2. Stonebwoy ft. Cassper Nyowest – ‘Wame’
Having coined the term afro dancehall, Stonebwoy has previously collaborated with Jamaican artists. Here on the other hand he switches up the sound and collaborates with South Africa’s Cassper Nyowest.
3. MzVee ft. Kuami Eugene – ‘Bend Down’
Besides putting Ghana on the map internationally as the first female Ghanaian singer to be nominated for a BET award, MzVee is also loved for rocking her natural hair in contrast to most females in the industry sporting weaves. Here she collaborates with labelmate, 21 year old Kuami Eugene.
4. Shatta Wale – ‘My Level’
The self-proclaimed dancehall king is no stranger to controversy, although he in ‘My Level’ comes with more of an inspiring and positive vibe.
5. Wendy Shay ft. Ray James – Masakra
First entering the music industry in 2018, Wendy Shay may be new on the scene, but has already made her mark resulting in several nominations in Ghana. The latest single ‘Masakra’, meaning ‘repent’, is easily the most joyful out of her discography thus far.