Peter Famiyeh Bozah, popularly known as Fameye, is a rapper from Bogoso, Ghana. He had been singing for years before his breakthrough. Nothing I Get remix is one of Fameye songs that made him a national sensation. His music journey is that of a determined and focused musician who wants to make it and help those around him.
Ghanaian rap and hip-hop industry is blessed to have artistes like Fameye as they strive to put the country on the map. Before hitting the national scene, Fameye was known by a few as he was a member of MTN Hitmaker season 4. Today, the rapper commands a huge following of fans who keep increasing with every new release. Peter is known to make radio hits and club bangers that are continuously played for months.
Top 10 Fameye songs
Fameye songs touch on several genres. The 25-year-old entertainer specializes in rap, Afrobeats, and hiplife. The following are his latest tracks:
1. Long Life – Fameye Ft. Kwesi Arthur
The beat selection, visuals, thoughtful lines, location, and the theme of the song are some of the most notable elements in this song. Kwesi Arthur came armed with super lines, and Fameye was not shy of showing his prowess in this jam. The hook is everything in Long Life. You can hear the artistes speak to you on a personal level.
2. Beautiful – Fameye
Beautiful is a lovely love song that requires one to be in the right mood to enjoy the music. The mellow sounding voice of the artiste, infectious hook, intimate words, and dim lighting in the visuals make this song distinct. The most notable element in Beautiful is the low tempo and smooth instrumentals.
3. Mati – Fameye
Fameye songs and videos are always entertaining. The singer is creative and knows how to communicate to society through his art. One cannot help but admire how far Fameye has come and how much he has improved the production of his songs. The listener can feel the enthusiasm in the artiste as the song starts and the energy Fameye put in as the song proceeds.
4. Nobody – Fameye ft. Sista Afia
Fameye and Sista Afia have chemistry when working together. The track Nobody is both catchy and sweet to the ears. Both Ghanaian artistes are great performers and know how to make a song exciting through short dances and performances. Nobody is that feel-good music that you can enjoy at any time of the day.
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5. Nothing I Get – Fameye
In Nothing I Get, the Ghanaian musician tells a story that is familiar to many. He shows different sides of his life, one where he works hard while and another where he seems to have everything in order. The dramatization in the video, the acting, and telling of the story takes one’s focus from the sweet beats to the lyrics. Like many of his songs, Nothing I Get’ remix has many life lessons that one can take by watching the single video.
6. Speed Up – Fameye
Fameye is known for being open about his life journey. He talks about his past and how hard he works in interviews and through his music. Speed Up is another great song by the rapper, which tells his story. The soulful touch in the beats and the tone the rapper uses put on weight on the message in the music.
The video is also modest, showing the rapper walking through the streets as he sings. Speed Up is an excellent motivational song for those that want to learn about Fameye’s life and the challenges life brings in general.
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7. Obolo – Fameye ft. Mr Eazi
Fameye is never shy of working with regional and international stars. In this song, he featured Mr Eazi from Nigeria where they both enthusiastically put their capabilities together to come up with this banger.
Obolo has been a massive hit in Ghana since it was released in February 2020. Mr Eazi influence has increased the replay rate in Nigeria as he is also a force to reckon with. Obolo makes you appreciate West African artistes and the effort they put into ensuring that their fans get good music.
8. Addiction – Fameye ft. Medikal
Fameye featured talented Medikal in this remorseful song. In the song, the two artistes ask God to forgive them and save them from the addiction that is wrecking their lives. The artistes confess of changing their habits because of learning that everything is just vanity.
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9. Afia Bruwa – Fameye ft. Kofi Kinaata
Do you want a song that will get you in a cheerful and dancing mood? Afia Bruwa is for you. The song starts with a funny conversation and later picks an astounding tune that one feels like playing all the time. Kofi Kinaata is a lively artist and performer, and one can feel his energy directly through this song. The background action is another great element of this hit.
10. TGIF – Fameye ft. DJ Mic Smith
TGIF is a happy song. Everyone loves it when it is the weekend as people get to unwind and forget about the pressure at work. This song gets one in the Friday mood. It is a feel-good song that will have you dance up and down as you release the stress you have been harbouring the whole week. DJ Mic Smith is great with his vocals and flow in the song.
11. Ehwe Papa - Yaa Jackson ft. Fameye
Yaa Jackson and Fameye did not disappoint their fans as they delivered. Yaa Jackson’s vocals are amazing, and Fameye knew just where to join in to blend their vocals. The chorus of the song is catchy. Ehwe Papa is yet another proof that Fameye is a diverse artiste and can work with anyone talented in the industry.
Music is therapeutic to many. With artistes like Fameye, the music industry continues to expand as more creatives are encouraged to join. Fameye songs always have a lesson. It may be a simple lesson, but the artiste never fails to make his listeners reflect on certain issues in society. He has a way of passing his messages through his music, making him unique in a pool of rappers who often rap instead of creating individual sounds.
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