Producer/Rapper, Moxkito took to facebook to announce 10th September as the official release date for his new song titled “Thinking Like a Living Legend” off the Hopes,Hurts & Fears Album. According to rapper this song portrayed the art of story of telling and why everyone must believe in himself. You don’t have to be great to start something great ”he added”. He recently shot his music video for “Afia Pomaa” which will be premiered soon at a night club coming near you. Don’t forget to visit ghfreestyle.com for download or yet still buy on Itunes,Amazon,Spotify,Goggle Play and all distributing platforms across the world.
Ghanaian Hiplife musician Kontihene, also known as Nana Appiah has revealed that radio/TV personality, Amanda Jissih was only a baby when he started his music career about sixteen years ago.
This statement was as a result of the verbal fight between Amanda; Kwaw Kese against Kontihene which generated some days ago. In a conversation with Feeling Daddy on the Penpenaa Show on Spice 91.9Fm in Takoradi, Kontihene said, people become disappointed if you speak ill as a well-respected personality.
Therefore, some prominent people have advised him not to push this issue far. Kontihene added, “I don’t want to talk about Amanda anymore because I don’t want to be disrespectful to the prominent people I have listened to.
My music career began sixteen years ago. And if you should calculate my age now, I’m sure she was in baby diapers when I released my first song. I don’t want to play around with any child because children of nowadays are disrespectful”. He therefore said, he leaves everything in the hands of the Almighty God.
Meanwhile, he made it clear that there is no conflict between himself and his fellow musician, Kwaw Kese. Amdanda Jissih last Monday interviewed Kwaw Kese on Kontihene saying he, Kwaw Kese does not record songs with good content.
Kwaw kese told Amanda Jissih that Kontihene’s career is dead and he [Kontihene] want to use him [Kwaw Kese] to resurrect the dead career.
Kontihene on reacting to the interview Amanda Jissih had with Kwaw Kese earlier said he is disappointed in Amanda Jissih stating that Kwaw Kese’s entire career cannot be matched with hiss single song “Asesa”.
source: ghana web
Talented Kwaku Manu makes a come back with a brilliant rendition titled “Adoma”. On this record, Galaxy is featured and produced by Shotto Blingx.
This heavy Hip-Hop track has a massive sound and lyrice. Papa Staunch manages once again fuse his Pidgin and Twi with English rapping about a special way feating Tinny,
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1 CeDi of Limelyte Music Group has for some time now been quiet in terms of songs after the release of the much talked about video for his ‘Rap God’ cover tune which was originally done by his mentor Eminem. Some raised doubts as to whether he can come back relevant into the industry as his silence had been unusual of him because of his reputation of always releasing new songs in short space of time.
Iskoki singer Samini revealed in an interview with Delay on the Delay Show on Viasat 1 last year that Shatta Wale is an interesting character.
“ Bandana as I will call him, is an interesting character, I mean we all know how he came up, I used to go with him on tours during the days that my song Linda was a hit, he knows I do not hate him.
“The thing is he has succeeded in whatever he began and I am happy for him,” he said.
Commenting on Shatta Wale winning the Vodafone Artiste Of The Year, he said; “He deserved to win on the verge of popularity; I mean it was a good come back, it was a massive come back for and to be fair, he was loud enough to get that.”
As to whether he feels that Shatta Wale has stepped on his fame to gain recognition, he said “I don’t feel that in a negative way. I mean, the dance hall fraternity allows people to take shots at each other for recognition.”
“But usually, it is based on jokes, teases, gimmicks, fabrications so I am not surprised that someone did that and has become as popular as he is today. But it is only when it goes over board that we need to put an end to it, after all, we are all having fun,” he added.
Highlife and Afrobeats genius Danso Abiam who brought us the Hit single Ghanaian lady which featured Ghana’s best rapper Sarkodie is Out with another Club banger titled Patrikotom.
The song was produced by Ghana’s very own Hit making Machine Tubhanibeatz and features Koo Ntakra winner of MTN Hitmaker.
Mic Burners lead act Strongman releases new single titled “Wobepe Me Anaa” produced by the Hit Making Machine “TubhaniBeatz“. Wobepe me anaa is translated in english as “would you love me?”.
Strongman appeared last on a Tonight, which featured Ghana’s living legend Sarkodie.
The song was mastered by Mic Burners Ceo Azee.
Ghanaian based music duo KnFmusic has released their debut single ‘Lele’ which means Right Away. The Afrobeat Bizzy
Brayne-produced song justifies and telling people to stand up for what they believe in and never letting anything get in
the way of them achieving their dreams.
“Ei no be crime er/ in dis life er/ say u go follow ya heart er/ u for dey do am da ryt way/ singing oh… ah… oh.. ah”.. They
sing on the hook.
Lele, means problem in Yoruba, and therefore the song talks about the struggles and problems that we face in life. It
later goes on to talk about not letting this problems or struggles that we face bring us down, that we should never give
up, but always believe in what we stand for.
Even if you make mistakes along the road because, a life spent making mistakes is not only more honourable, but more
useful than a life spent doing nothing.