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Popcaan Endorses J.Derobie

Popcaan, Jamaica cum worldwide dancehall artist seems to be very pleased with Ghanaian newly found dancehall artist, J.Derobie. J.Derobie, who was found by Mr Eazi Based on his new project to fish out hidden good talents worldwide especially in Africa got his first ever music video shot by him. The …

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Nana Yaw Young – Melanin ft Timmy (Prod. by Timmy)

Nana Yaw Young – Melanin ft Timmy (Prod. by Timmy) A highlife song from Yaw Young. He calls this Melanin, very great sensational song song released in 2019. The song was produced by Timmy. Kindly download and Share below. Follow him on Twitter: @Nanayawyoungpa1 Nana Yaw Young – Melanin ft …

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Kelvynboy ft Kwesi Arthur – Holiday (Prod. by Liquidbeatz)

Burniton Music promising Ghanaian music artiste – Kelvynboy caps the year with a powerful melodic bop. He titles this Afrobeat song “Holiday” and it features award-winning Ghanaian recording music artiste – Kwesi Arthur. The official music for this potential hit song is set to drop as well. Production credits to …

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Shatta Wale – Only Dem (Prod. by itzCJ)

Shatta Movement Empire Award winning dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale dishes out this afrobeat single dubbed “Only Dem” Produced by itzCJ. Download and Enjoy!Shatta Wale – Only Dem (Prod. by itzCJ) [Download] 

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Listen: BEBEWAN – DANGEROUS

Still in the business of trading bars and flows, Bebewan releases another tape off his highly acclaimed ‘Process to Progress’ project. Word on the street is, this one might just be too ‘Dangerous’ for your headsets and speakers. On the flip side, it’s just ripe for the season. Following up on …

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Listen: Kobla Jnr – Maadwoa (Prod By Keezy & Ugly Beatz)

Kobla Jnr – Maadwoa Black Avenue Muzik’s vocal sensation Kobla Jnr just dropped the most beautiful video to close the 2018 musical year in Ghana. The very talented singer makes this his second official debut under the label and the song is simply magical. Maadwoa as he calls it is …

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