Leshurr is on a quick come-up right now and for good reason, innit? The impeccable flow, hard-nosed insights and lets keep it real, strikingly delicious looks, will keep her name in conversations from barbershops to ball courts. She just released her latest viral joint “Queens Speech Episode 4” and the tune is flames. If lady Timbs, snapbacks and beastmode flows from cute chicks sounds like a good time, check out the video below.
Queen’s Speech is a freestyle delivered to you just for the bants. Producers: Krunchie & Z Dot. Shot/Edited: Wowa. Grab this song @ itun.es/gb/Cj9d9 Buy Queen/King tops from http://www.lyeah.co.uk ***LYRICS***
Cryme Records and LooneeTKR officially release the music video for “Shame (Oh No)” this Monday 3rd August, off the critically acclaimed “Pre-Eminent” Mixtape album which was released in March earlier this year.
This latest video is a follow up to Pre-Eminent (Intro) video released last month and it is the third video off the Pre-Eminent album following the release of Hip Hop in Ghana video in October 2014.
“Shame (Oh No)” is directed by the talented Selorm Jay from Fullish Art films.
Here is classic turntable mix of some of the hottest Dancehall music across the globe hosted by our very
own DJ Lotto Billz, It is the first episode in a series of tapes to be released.
By now, everyone knows why Meek Mill is the butt of so many social media jokes. As previously reported on Inquisitr, the “House Party” rapper’s artistic credibility is now hanging in the balance due to his epically disappointing diss track in response to Drake’s highly publicized diss records, “Charged Up” and “Back to Back.”
Many fans were counting on the Philadelphia rapper to fire back with a scorching diss, but unfortunately, he fell short of the battle rap victory with his seemingly mediocre response, “Wanna Know.” Shortly after the disappointing track was released,
an overwhelming number of fans began flooding social media platforms with their opinion of the rapper’s poor effort. Needless to say, the comments were quite brash.
Kofi Mante is undoubtedly one of the best Canadian based Ghanaian rappers.
The headliner for Mugen Vision Entertainment teams up with Vapour on this Romantic song, which he calls Natural.
Ntakra Ne MC finnaly made his new hit Music Video available to the public.
The song features MC the high life prince, Bisa Kdei and was produced by Dr Ray.
The song Oyonkuor talks about how some friends you think you can trust can easily betray you like what we know from the Bible with Judas Iscariot and Jesus’ story.
Bisa Kdei as always never disappoints with his verses and MC spiced the song with his verse. Ntakra summarized the concept of the song in his bars. watch the Video Below
Meek Mill’s sister has come to the defense of his brother in his ‘battle’ against Drake. . In a video , Nasheema Williams delivers a scathing attack on the latter.
It is in response to the two diss tracks by Drake titled ‘ Charged up’ and Back To Back’ against the Dreams Worth More Than Money artiste.
It’s safe to say , she’s got more firepower compared to her brother.
Meek released a diss track ‘ wanna know’ which has been described as mediocre by entertainment analysts and music fans across the world.
Watch freestyle below.
Ace Hood recently made mention of a statue for him in a tweet while promoting #iKnowHowItFeel. By now, we all know there’s going to be a statue for Ace somewhere in Ghana.
The location of the statue itself has been questioned by a few fans. While a few thinks the statue should be in Accra because it’s the capital, others want it in Tema. Kumasi has also been pegged as the perfect location. We still have to wait and see where it’s going to be located.
The “statue” line itself used by Sarkodie has come under scrutiny as being a low line. Ace Hood is not building a statue for Sarkodie anywhere in the states, so why would there be the need to build him one out here?
A fan @ tweeted Sarkodie to know when the statue is going to be built. Sarkodie answered in the funniest of way possible. He said “GhanCem prices are up”. In other words, cement prices are up and Ace Hood should hang in there till the prices come down. The funny tweet is at below
Patiently waiting for a beat which is produced by Seshi which will end up to be wack. Well it seems i will have to wait for a longer period as this new one he handles for Yaa Pono is just on point. “Agbelemi” he titles this one and the punchlines tells a tale with much humor associated with it. Good music at it’s best. Download it here after the break.