- Ghanaian singer and songwriter Amaarae has been featured in the much-anticipated sequel of Black Panther, Wakanda Forever
- She was featured on the second song of the EP, titled ‘A body, A Coffin’ and she co-wrote it with Maesu
- Many are overwhelmed with excitement as they congratulate Amaarae on another major milestone in her music career
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Ghanaian singer and songwriter Ama Serwah Genfi, who is known in showbiz as Amaarae, has been featured on the newly released soundtrack extended play record (EP) for the Black Panther sequel.
Hollywood Records and Marvel Music released the soundtrack to the EP to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Prologue on Monday, July 25, 2022. The EP contains three songs.
Amaarae was featured on the second song of the EP, titled ‘A body, A Coffin’, an Afrobeat-infused song.
The 'Fancy' hitmaker co-wrote the song with Maesu. The song was mixed by Mix Giant Music and Jesse Ray Ernster. It was produced by Kzdidit and Kyusteed and co-produced by Cracker Mallo.
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Swedish composer Ludwig Göransson and SChubbz, curated by and exec-produced the song.
The song follows Nigeria's Tems’ ‘No Woman No Cry’ which was featured in the first teaser ahead of the movie’s release in November.
Listen to Amaarae's ‘A body, A Coffin’.
Ghanaians Get Excited After Amaarae Got Featured On Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Big deal!!! Congratulations @amaarae
Amaarae to the top
this track too crazy
You did magic on that
@amaarae to the whole Ewiaseeeeeee!! ❤️
Greatness. Loving it.
Jackie Appiah flaunts small bag which allegedly costs GH₵5k, causes stir
Ace Ghanaian actress, Jackie Appiah, is definitely enjoying her time overseas as she flaunts her vacation outfits.
In a video spotted on her officially verified Instagram page, she was seen wearing a coloured short-sleeved shirt with shorts. Her makeup was neutral, and her frontal wig hang around her shoulders.
She carried a cute Jacquemus bag to match her look for the day. Jackie Appiah is known for buying original bags, clothes and accessories when she travels. On the official website of Jacquemus, that same bag she carried cost €615, which is, according to the current exchange rate, about GH₵5,211.58.
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