• Wala Why – Death over Poverty EP (Vol. 2)

    After receiving massive attention on the volume 1 of Death over Poverty EP, Wala Why drops the volume 2. You are in for some great tunes here. Check it out for yourself and let’s know your take …

  • Deon Fosu – Year After Return (Prod. by Underground Sound / DF)

    Here is a brand new banger from the party starter Deon Fosu called “Year After Return”. He explains, the lyrics of this song was put together based on his observations whiles in Ghana last…

  • King Ghana – Borkor Borkor ft. Danny Beatz (Prod. by Danny Beatz)

    Brand new tune from King Ghana. He calls this one Borkor Borkor which features Danny Beatz on it. It’s a mid-tempo love song that talks about how men want to be treated with care and compassion.…

  • Wala Why – Death over Poverty (EP)

    Check out this 6-track EP from Wala Why. Dubbed ‘Death Over Poverty,’ all songs on the songs were written and produced by Wala Why. Check out the mixtape for yourself and do NOT forget to …

  • DJ Farhan – Afro Tour Mix

    DJ Farhan is at it again with his new mixtape. Dubbed Afro Tour Mix, it features songs from acts like Wizkid, Timaya, Olamide, P Square, Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Kidi and many more. Check out the mix fo…

Other News

Chemphe on Ghanamotion

Chemphe is the most influential Pan-African RnB artiste in Ghana. He was the first Ghanaian artiste to have hit the global world charts but could make the best at number 16 after competing world giants like Eminem, Jay-Z and P Diddy. He has really come a long way, from a young inspirational singer from the calm neighborhood of Tema (Ghana) …

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The Return of VIP

The members of Vision In Progress (VIP) can be described as Ghana’s leading artistes, after releasing hit after hit over the years.

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Samini is back in school

Ghana’s rising Afro-Raggae star and reigning best performer in Africa Emmanuel Samini simply known as Samini is gone back to School. Samini has now enrolled at the Point Blank Music College in London to expand his musical horizon. He left the shores of Ghana on Wednesday January 14 to begin intensive theory and practical music studies on Friday 16th January …

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A “Konvicted” Dream

It’s been close to two decades since music lovers in Ghana got introduced to hiplife as an alternative high life genre. Back in those days, it was deemed platinum status if an artiste had his LP played for the first time on Radio GAR and the subsequent fame and popularity that go with several rotations on the same station. Back …

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