It is only a few days to the end of 2019 and we are taking stock what transpired in Ghana's showbiz industry.
As part of YEN.com.gh's series, we have put together a list of the biggest Ghanaian hits in 2019.
1. Nothin I Get - Fameye:
Fameye has established himself as one of the best artistes in Ghana as of now. Not even a rift with his record label boss, Ogidi Brown, could derail him.
His ascendency has largely been due to Nothin I Get which has become a sort of anthem.
2. Saara - Sarkodie ft Efya:
It is always a good product when Sarkodie teams up with Efya and his love song is no different.
3. Melissa - Shatta Wale:
Shatta Wale dropped an album in 2019, Wonder Boy, and there were a number of good songs on it. Melissa was the leading song of the SM boss in 2019 and it was a banger too.
4. Shuga - Stonebwoy ft Beenie Man:
Stonebwoy had a successful 2019 with many international collaborations. The height of it was this banger with Jamaican superstar Beenie Man.
5. Omo Ada - Medikal:
Medikal hit it big with Omo Ada and the remix with his girlfriend, Fella Makafui, and Shatta Wale. It has been one of the dance tunes of the year.
6. Zanku - Dope Nation:
DopeNation has established itself in 2019 as a formidable music duo. After working as sound engineers for leading artistes including Shatta Wale, the twin group got even more success as artistes thanks to Zanku. It has been a dance anthem for 2019.
7. Stevie Wonder - Wendy Shay ft Shatta Wale:
Wendy Shay and Shatta Wale teamed up in May to give us this hit song.
8. Ohemaa - Kuami Eugene ft KiDi:
Kuami Eugene and KiDi ae two of the most brilliant Highlife talents and their collaboration resulted in this banger.
9. Dondo - Kwaw Kese:
Kwaw Kese had a resurgence in his career with this track and it even spawned a star-studded remix with Sarkodie and Medikal in there.
10. Mea - Kelvyn Boy ft. Joey B:
2019 has been a bitter-sweet year for Kelvynboy. It is the year which saw him 'thrown out' of Stonebwoy's camp also the same year which saw him fully establish himself as his own man. This cool number with Joey B is his biggest song.
11. Amanfuor Girls - Quamina MP ft Medikal:
Quamina MP has a knack for bringing up songs which end up as trending terms fo guys. Here, the rapper talks about boys snatching the girlfriends of other guys and it so resonated well with the streets.
12. Don't Be Late - Kofi Mole:
Kofi Mole gave us a sweet love song with this one.
13. Poverty - J Derobie ft Mr Eazi:
J. Derobie was given a chance by Mr Eazi and he grabbed it with both hands. His Poverty, released in January, has remained relevant until now.
14. Daavi Ne Ba (Scopatumana) - Kawoula Biov ft Patapaa:
Patapaa featured on Kawoula Biov's Daavi Ne Ba song and it became a monstrous hit because of his Scopatuman rap.
15. Things Fall Apart - Kofi Kinaata:
Kofi Kinaata once again showed his lyrical and songwriting prowess with this conscience-pricking song.
Though not the regular dance tune, Things Fall Apart still enjoys a lot of airplay at parties and other social events.
16. Pilolo - Guilty Beatz:
After finding success with his Akwabaa song in 2018, Guilty Beatz employed almost the same beat and personnel for Pilolo and it has been a hit too.
17. Nobody - Kwesi Arthur ft Mr Eazi:
Nobody from Kwesi Arthur featuring Mr Eazi was one of the many love songs which got us dancing.
18. Repent - Joyce Blessing:
Joyce Blessing released this song at the start of the year and has remained a fan's favourite since.
19. Oofeetsɔ - Sarkodie ft Prince Bright:
This song is to 2019 what Stonebwoy's Kpoo Keke was to 2018. Released in late November, the five-week-old song is gradually inching closer to becoming the song of the moment. And it is a big jam.
20. Already - Beyonce ft Shatta Wale:
Shatta Wale scored a significant, his most important, collaboration with Beyonce in 2019. And apart from its significance, it was also a danceable tune which has got so much airplay in Ghana since being released.
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