“The Guy” combines hip-hop with Afropop, amapiano, and highlife elements while addressing issues such as legacy, mental health, religion, poverty, masculinity, and romance.
Mo Bet is soft, chilling delivering rap song, produced by LazyGNius with love for JoulesDaKid in order for him to shine in an era when rappers were turning singers for mulla.
Sarkordie addresses the Ghanian government and elites in the song about how gullible they are in borrowing and collecting money from foreign powers as bribes without considering the citizens, especially the young ones, which is unfortunate.
On this Monster Remix, Africa’s foremost femcee, Saeon Moruda, collaborates with Vector, Nigerian Rapper/Singer Iceberg Slim, Apala Hip Hop Crooner Terry Apala, and Tinny Entertainment’s Act Ycee as a follow-up to her hit single “Aii.”
SDC’s first official single of the year is “That Year,” which follows the release of the official music video for their buzzing record “Do Me Nice,” which features Spaceship Entertainment’s newest entrant, Buju.
On this one, Sinzu features long-time hardcore influential partner Ghetto P, and the two of them show off their skills by tearing off the mic with mind-blowing lyrics; it’s dope.
Sossick laced the beats and also sang the chorus on this incredible body of work. This song would not have been as good without the amazing verses of CDQ, Dice Ailes, Ice Prince, and O Shine.
Flowking never disappoints, especially when given the chance to showcase his rapping abilities. Rap is fast and flipping. To spice things up this time, he brought in the legendary Reggie Rockstone, also known as the father of hiplife, the genre that gave birth to the majority of Ghanaian rap artists.
This song is perfect for the film “King of Boys,” and it’s all-encompassing, with Reminisce (Makanaki) as the hip-hop joint’s boss. The video for “Original Gangster,” directed by Kemi Adetiba, also includes some interesting scenes from the film King of Boys.
The song began with “play play,” according to Ghetto P, Sauce Kid’s hood kid friend and co-rap colleague. We all say “Sanboribobo” when someone says “Wahoooo!” That is how we go and roll.