- Renowned music producers Jay Q and Appietus have proven that they are the best when it comes to music production
- The duo took to social media to play old songs in their archives
- Jay Q and Appietus shut down Instagram with their producing skills
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Renowned Ghanaian music producers, Jay Q and Appietus showed off their instrumental skills on social media.
On Wednesday, April 1, 2020, Instagram came alive as the platform users were thrilled with good Ghanaian music produced by the duo.
It was Jay Q who went live on Instagram with Appietus and they started to battle each other.
They dropped old classic songs from their diaries and it brought back a lot of fond memories which was testament of the fact that the two needed to be celebrated.
Jay Q, who is noted for his 'jama' beats, played songs like Castro's Toffee, VIP's Ahomka, etc.
Appietus didn't disappoint as he dropped Ofori Amponsah's Emmanuella and Sarkodie's Azonto Fiesta.
Jay Q and Appietus' masterpieces proved that their ear for good music was still intact despite them not being in the mainstream as much as possible.
They have really paved the way for young producers like Gultybeatz, Killbeatz and the like to exhibit their crafts.
Watch their battle below:
During their heydays, the duo won most of the awards which were organized locally.
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The billionaire, who is a friend to boxing legend, Floyd Mayweather Jnr. has extended his kind gestures to the poor.
Cheddar has released heartwarming photos and a video showing love to the poor by providing essentials to help them amid the lockdown which has been necessitated by the outbreak of coronavirus in the country.
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