The Ghanaian music space is bubbling because there are tons of new music being released in the country on a regular basis. That is the case as competition is growing by the day among Ghanaian musicians to release good songs to woo more fans. Brace yourself and be ready to spend some money on a high-quality pair of headphones and sample these top 10 songs in Ghana currently.
Music is therapy; few will dispute this statement. The thousands of artists across the country and beyond release music fairly regularly. Such songs and records fall into different genres and categories hence you will never miss a new or trending song that meets your taste.
Top 10 Songs in Ghana Currently 2017
The following list features the top 10 songs in Ghana currently. As you already, the list is dynamic and keeps changing depending on the number of people listening or requesting a particular song.
1. Angela – Kuami Eugene
Having been released about 4 months ago, this song still holding on the charts. The simple yet funny video, cool and relatable lyrics, and groovy beats seem to be the fire combination for the love its getting from Ghanaians.
2. Hustle – Ebony ft Brella
Hustle is one of the two songs from Ebony in this list of trending songs in Ghana now. If the general feel of the song is anything to go by, this is a tune you would want in the playlist any time you go for a party.
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3. Odo – Kidi
Talk about a well-planned, directed, shot, and produced video. Odo’s video checks all those aspects of a high-quality video. Frankly, it would be hard to resist putting this video on loop because of the rich colors that accentuate the song’s love message. Lynx Entertainment did a pretty good job on this song hence why it still rocks 5 months down the line after its release.
4. Obi Agye Obi Girl – Captain Planet ft. Kofi Kinaata
If you were getting sulky because of the songs release months ago featuring in this list, then you have a fresh tune titled “Obi Agye Obi Girl.” The song is one the latest Ghanaian music you can find online right now. Check out its video.
5. Freedom – Shatta Wale
Shatta is yet to release an official video for this song. However, it has since started gaining traction in the past couple of weeks. Have a listen.
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6. Total Cheat – Fancy Gadam
After winning the “New Best Artist of the Year” at the Vodafone Ghana Music, Fancy Gadam went on to feature the well-known Sarkodie in this song. His strategy seems to have worked as Total Cheat is still on the charts almost 6 months later. Clearly, this collaboration is among the trending songs in Ghana 2017.
7. Selfish – King Promise
King Promise whose real name is Gregory Bortey Newman clearly has a lot of potential and promise. Having already released chart-topping records earlier in the year, he is back at it again with Selfish. His fans will want nothing less than more great songs in 2018.
8. Makoma – Adina ft Sarkodie
Besides having no official video, fans seem not to get enough of this great musical piece by Sarkodie and Adina. Time will tell if these artists will finally drop the video, but for now, the audio song still has a place in the top 10 songs in Ghana currently.
9. Bronya – Wutah
This is the third song in this list of the current top 10 Ghanaian songs without a video. Clearly, a great piece of musical art will transcend the souls of music lovers with or without a video.
10. Maame Hw3 – Ebony
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This campaign song against domestic violence brings in a different but nice vibe to this list. It is a good reminder why people should shun acts of violence in relationships and marriages.
Honorable mention: Sing My Name by MzVee featuring Patoranking
There you have it. Those are the top and trending Ghanaian songs in 2017. It will be a matter of time before finding out whether the songs become the best Ghanaian songs of all time.