Music of the Week

Music of the Week of: July 23 – July 30

SOUNDS FOR THE WEEK CURATED BY HARMATTAN RAIN

 

  • Zodivc x B4Bonah – Prono St.

Producer Zodivc teams up with musician B4bonah to create this masterpiece of a project. After the single Jumping Jumping featuring La Meme Gang, you are sure to know that there is nothing but magic on this tape. Named after the street in Tema where he grew up, Zodivc creates Prono St., as a reminiscence, and an inspiration, as well as a marker for the future.

 

  • Ria Boss – Not so Bad

Ghanaian musician Ria Boss announces her comeback with this soothing cover inspired by Dido. Not So Bad features Ria, her kitty and the most calming situation you could picture.

 

  • Sensei Lo – Legbegbe remix

DJ Sensei Lo and Monki Bznzz creates an insane remix to Nigerian hit, Legbegbe. Amplify your shaku shaku to this tune.

 

 

  • Boj x Ajebutter – Yawa

Boj and Ajebutter make such excellent music together! Plus this video of “Yawa” screams ‘me and crew cooler than you!’

 

 

  • Manifest – Azumah Nelson Flow

On Azumah Nelson’s birthday, rapper Manifest delivers the video for his hard hitting rhymes. Aptly named Azumah Nelson Flow, the video show visuals that celebrates that boxing hero.

 

  • Jean Feier – The Good Side

Jean Feier’s mellow flow over a visual documentation of her everyday life makes The Good Side a great representation of the musicians journey. Recommended view is  1080p for the curated Feier experience.

 

  • Guiltybeatz ft Mr Eazi – Genging

Earlier this week, Akwaaba producer GuiltyBeatz released a single featuring Mr Eazi. They made a call for an additional verse and man what a response they got! Rappers from across the country submitted their verses for this jam. Listen to the original here:

And check out our favourite from the lot, featuring Supa Gaeta, here:

 

  • Darkie Fiction – Sobabini: A Mzantsi Evolution. – EP

For the third time in a row, South African duo Darkie Fiction has featured in our weekly selects. The duo put out an EP earlier last week and it is full glory Kwaito and more. Enjoy the tunes:

 

  • Nxwrth – Running Man

Producer Nxwrth raps on this self produced trap song featuring $pacely and Kwaku BS. Turn your bass way up to fully experience Running Man.

 

  • Yung Pabi – Wanui

Rapper Yung Pabi takes a bite at gossips and talkatives on Wanui (your mouth). The twi flow over the trap beat as he throws jab after jab,is as advisory as it is banger.

 

 

  • Tim Lyre ft July Drama

Afro-Fusion Artist, 23 year old Tim Lyre releases a new single “Supplier” featuring July Drama. Supplier is a mid-tempo dancehall song about young love and good times. Produced by Tim Lyre, Supplier is the first single off Tim Lyre’s upcoming EP “The Allies (Act 1)”. 

 

  • X999 ft Kaidji – Wonderwar

X999 teams up with Kaidji to deliver a smooth R&B song about the conflictions of love. Wonderwar is a beautiful reminder that love is hard, but that’s what makes it beautiful.

 

  • Kuvie – Sheen ft Kwaku BS, $pacely

“Sheen” by Kuvie finally has a video! The ace producer, responsible for Ghanaian hits such as Joey B’s U x Me, and Vision DJs Grind, teamed up with emerging artists KWAKUBS and $pacely for the single, Sheen.

In a comic and colourful video directed by Kwame Dracula, they deliver a direct visual representation of what winning feels like.The sports themed video captures the energy present in the song, the artistes’ delivery and the riveting production creating by Kuvie.

Check Sheen and other songs from Gruvie here: https://songwhip.com/album/kuvie/gruvie

 

  • DJ Xclusive ft Duncan Mighty – Gimme Love

DJ Xclusive teams up with Duncan Mighty on this riveting tune, Gimme Love. Early 2000s rhythm pumped with hi-life guitars and tones give this single its distinct sound. Duncan Mighty rides effortlessly on this song, and it’s the perfect new addition for your playlists.

Benewaah is the lead curator and editor at Harmattan Rain. Her love for music is closely rivaled by her love for plantain.

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