Psst! Positive vibrations, and affirmations of love while securing the bag and talking the talk is what we’re about this week! Get with the program.
In anticipation of the album, Ajebo Hustlers release Yafun Yafun, a slow-tempo song on which they delineate the story of a certain Tinuke whose problems are plentiful, affecting them in positive and negative ways.
Buju continues his hit streak with ‘Testimony’, a melodious narration of his ordeal with Diana, pleading with Diana for forgiveness.
On iSela, Zano Thando calls out to the lady who stole his heart and left him in a daze.
SaveMilli brags about being clothed in designers on Gorgeous. I mean, who wouldn’t splurge on that big drip when there’s money in abundance. Get your money up, guys.
Positive Vibrations on a hip-hop laden beat. Sarkodie features Vic Mensa on ‘Vibration’ and they’re all about good vibes and the good life on this track.
Some new heat from MHD, after a hot minute is very welcome! This groovy tune delivered in French is about having money in abundance and doing whatever you want with it. MHD and Tiakola come heavy with their bragging rights on this one.
In a quest to find herself, Lady Donli’s first single of the year ‘Searching’ was born from a moment in her life that was once filled with pain and vulnerability and comes with a lot of questions for her lover.
Off his 3 Piece EP is this mid-tempo hip-hop track on which Tshego features South African vocalist Shekhinah. They both gently express how they want to keep dancing to their favorite tune, on and on.
A fusion of trap and Highlife. As a sequel to his First Sermon, Black Sherif releases Second Sermon and sheds light on the struggles of the youth on the streets of Ghana and issues a stern warning about deprivation.
SGaWD and Somadina come in guns blazing on this futuristic beat, reiterating their stance as some of the baddest emcees in the game, with SomaDina calling out the men who belittle the contributions of women in the industry and SGaWD speaking on fake people who only stay close to selfishly benefit from her potentials.
Alpha P is in love and it is driving him crazy. He asks for his muse to take his soul and promises to do anything for her.
25K is all about the life of a trapper on Trap Jumpin’, coming from nothing and building a life for himself with the vices of the streets. The song also features an interview from BBC with Louis and two men, who are supposedly wanted criminals, talking about their methods.
In a tale of failed love experiences, Bella manages to remain vulnerable with her emotions while sternly affirming that she is not to be considered an option and refuses to be treated as such.
Another potential hit song from the Ghanaian Drill music scene. $pacely features hip-hop powerhouses Kawabanga and Kwaku DMC and they deliver hot braggadocius verses about their big bags.