Music of the Week of: 30th July – 5th August



  • Jon Foli | Tear stains Blue Satin

Tear Stains on Blue Satin is an emotional rollercoaster that goes up and doesnt come down. The EP is Jon Foli’s personal diary of all his feelings and emotions. Enjoy:


  • R2Bees| We dey Vibe

Ghanaian duo R2BEES usher us into summer’s peak with this fun video and song, “We dey Vibe”.  The single follows the announcement of the duos upcoming album. Join the duo vibe below:



  • Kwaku BS Bobbi

Ghanaian rapper Kwaku BS’ love for breast is what led to this song. A popping Kwaito inspired song produced by Frank Sowah Boye and inspired totally by breasts is definately what you need in your playlist.


  • Yinka Bernie ft Mafeni | Mondays

Nigerian producer Yinka Bernie creates a sonic version of Monday blues, except it sounds more like Sunday Morning. Featuring Mafeni (YES! IT’S NOT A DRILL! MAFENI IS BACK!), the cool tune is beautiful song to start your day with.


  • Slimdrumz ft Pappy Kojo || 8

Ghanaian rapper Slim Drumz features Pappy Kojo is this new trap song. 8 (Eight) is a mellow trap song, spiked with biting Fante flow and lyrics.


  • Magnom ft Kwaku BS, Kiddblack || Who want jam

Ghanaian producer and musician, Magnom shows us how to throw a banging party in the middle of nowhere. Who Want Jam is a feel good song featuring Kwaku BS and KiddBlack. The video also has cameos of some of our favourite musicians.


  • Milli | It’s a Good Life

Milli drops this optimistic single after a period silence. He raps about losing both parents and how he’s kept his head held up all through it all. If you love Chris Brown and Drake’s God’s Plan, you’ll love It’s a Good Life.


  •  Laime ft Boicalis & Droan | OutsidE

Laime teams up with Ghanaian singer Boicalis & Droan on new single Outside. Produced by Telz, the song merges afrobeats with Afro-Swing in delectable manner.

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