The latest Ghanaian music is entirely something to behold. Compiled from all the songs that hit the airwaves within the mentioned period, Ghana’s music industry is headed for the skies. With modern telecommunication systems that have made it easier to access this music as soon as it’s out, busy work schedules have locked nobody out. More people are logging into Youtube and other sites to follow the fashion and keep up with the latest Ghanaian music. If you are not yet up to date, here is some guide to get you there.
Best Ghanaian music 2019-2020
These two years have been entirely fair to the Ghanaian music scene, garnering some of the best newcomers and best quality music videos. Travelling back in time track, I compiled is a list of the latest Ghanaian music videos not in any particular order that will help you get the quality entertainment you have been looking for.
Na wash – Becca
A collaboration of Ghana’s Becca and Nigerian’s Patoranking, Na wash is the most viewed song in 2017.The female musician’s most popular song has a swooping 8 million views.
Taking over – Shatta Wale
This widely known Shatta Movement Empire CEO had his song hit over 5 million views on YouTube alone. Shatta is the most viewed Ghanaian musician so far.
Mama Boss Papa (Yimama) – Lil Win
Lil Win, the comedian singer, has done quite commendably in this song that has had 1.6 million views on YouTube. His two other songs, Ladder featuring Odehyia Ba and Nyame Gye with Top Kay have also made it to the list of the latest Ghanaian music.
Painkiller – Sarkodie
This oldie still has his charm, many years later. With a view of above 8.4 million, Sarkodie’s painkiller featuring Nigeria’s Run town pierced the airwaves in 2017.
My Baby – Magnom
Featured on the ‘Mature by Nature’ EP, this is the song that opened ways for Magnom as a recognisable mainstream artist. Steadily holding to position two on music station’s top songs, My Baby is a hit maker.
One corner – Patapaa
Sweeping Ghanaians off their feet and spreading its awesomeness to the nearby Nigeria, One corner has garnered over 20 million views, particularly for its beat and dance craze. Like My Baby, It’s another doorway to success for its singer.
Gboza – Sarkodie
Yes, Sarkodie did it again. With a storyline most locals relate to, Gboza received lots of deserved attention.
Bronya – Wutah
This was a reunion song that still managed to cause a buzz.
One Thing – Stonebwoy
Stonebwoy went international, featuring an American singer Damaris Joi.
Total Cheat – Fancy Gadam
Featuring Sarkodie, this song is a favourite to the fans-they sing along the entire song in shows.
Sponsor – Ebony Reigns
Hit single, sponsor has over 2.2 million views on YouTube.
Odo and Say you Love Me – KiDi
Released at the same time, KiDi shook the music scene with these two songs. The latter was mentioned as the most played wedding song by GhKings – Africa’s Vibrant Music and Lifestyle Portal.
Come From Far – Stonebwoy
With massive airplay in Ghana and across borders, Come from Far aka Wogbe Jeke is a song you will hear in every DJ’s playlist.
Poison – Ebony Reigns
Ebony reigns again! Released on YouTube on January 20th, 2017, this song has over 1.5 views.
Angela – Kuami Eugene
A product of MTN Hitmaker Season 5, Eugene proved he had got talent with over 1.5 YouTube views in less than two months of release.
Best Ghanaian hiplife music
A musical style fusing Ghanaian culture and hip-hop, hiplife is gaining popularity at home and across borders. The Godfather of hiplife; Reggie Rockstone, has proved to Ghana musicians that they can give their music a touch of the current style without losing their originality and culture.Usually, the rap is lyrics done in the native language. A genre that is attracting more singers each dawn let’s go right into the latest Ghanaian hiplife music.
Beast level explicit – Kojo Baafi
This is the latest hiplife song with well-tackled punch lines and metaphors. Shot by Unique Imaginations Studios, this video is worth checking out by the hardcore hiplife fans.
Saucing - Okyeame Kwame
Featuring Sir and Sante; Kwame’s children, this is a production of Phamous Philms.It was later released on YouTube.
Me Yare – Lil Win
So the hilarious comedian singer can do hiplife too! Featuring Kooko, Me Yare is a dialect that means ‘I’m Sick. It was released in 2017
Borga – Opanka
In well arranged native lines, Opanka talks of a life some Ghanaians relate to. The dialect gives life to the questions on why these relatives living abroad won’t come back home if things are as bad as they say out there. Produced by Smokey Beatz, Borga is straightforward and clear. It makes you pause and think.
Sugar Banana - Kontihene
Produced by Citrus Beatz and featuring Kueiqu Afro and Amadaa, Sugar Banana is merely a banger! Find it on YouTube.
Whereas spoken conversations put the brain to work to process the meaning of said words, music is a language of emotion. It speaks to the heart, to each person their relatable way. With newcomers like King Promise, KiDi, Kwesi and more in the latest Ghanaian music, this universal language is going a notch higher. Keep up and follow the fashion!