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LISTEN: One Shot – R2Bees ft. Shatta Wale, Sarkodie

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Ghanaian Afro-pop duo R2Bees announce their latest single titled One Shot. Produced by the revered Killbeatz Addison, the song follows their commercially successful Tonight (ft. Wizkid).

It also features fellow Ghanaian music heavyweights Shatta Wale and Sarkodie, and is likely a precursor to a new album.

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LISTEN: Falling Again – Stonebwoy ft. Kojo Funds

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Titled Falling Again, Stonebwoy’s latest single comes off the heels of Say It (ft. Demarco), and My Name. It premiered yesterday on Apple Music’s Beats 1, and features Kojo Funds.

Released ahead of his forthcoming third album Epistles of Mama, it was produced by Masta Garzy.

Winner of several awards including VGMA Artist of the Year and BET Best International Act: Africa (both in 2015), Stonebwoy is author of two albums: Grade 1 (2012) and Necessary Evil (2014).

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Medikal announces new video ahead of UK TOUR

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AMG’s Medikal is set to tour  the United Kingdom in coming weeks. Details pertaining to the tour are expected to trickle in in due course.

Ahead of that, the “Too Risky” man is set to publish new music. Titled “How Far”, it is, as usual, produced by in-house engineer Unkle Beatz, and drops on September 1.

The rapper (born Samuel Adu Frimpong) recently released his debut album DISTURBATION –a 22-track  project which serves widespread hits as Confirm (ft. Sarkodie), Too Risky(ft. Sister Deborah), Gimme Vibe (ft. Stonebwoy), as well as the recently-released Ghost (ft. Pappy Kojo).

He is also author of Da Medikation mixtape (2016).

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VIDEO: Captain – Eugy ft. Siza

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Here’s another video from UK-based Ghanaian act Eugy’s  Flavourz EP. Titled Captain, it also features chanteuse Siza, and arrives in cozy Afrobeat tempo put together by regular collaborator Team Salut.

Accompanying visuals to the classy record were directed by Gabriella Kingsley.

Born  Eugene Entsir, the rapper rose to international prominence with Dance for Me (ft. Mr Eazi). He has mounted several top platforms as the Ghana Meets Naija,Ghana Party in the Park, Mr Eazi Live in Concert in London, a Europe tour among other feats..

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Lighter TOD returns with “Only You” ft. Mugeez – WATCH VIDEO!

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Ghanaian rapper Lighter TOD is back with new music –a pleasant Afrobeat jam which features R2Bees member Mugeez.

Titled “Only You”, it was directed by Masta Garzy, and accompanying visuals were directed by J Shotti. Lighter is privately known as Evans Appiah, and is reportedly working on his new album “LIGHTER”!

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VIDEO: Taki Taki – Friction & The Raw Rhythm Section

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Ghanaian reggae singer Friction (formerly of hiplife group V.I.P) presents visuals to his recent single Taki Taki.

Backed by the Raw Rhythm Section, the act (born Musah Haruna in Nima – Accra) emphasises the importance of humility in all endeavours of life.

Since leaving V.I.P, he has gone on to record successful albums as Big Trouble, Auntie Serwaa, and Ghetto Blues. Alumnus of the  Fontys Rockacademy (Holland) and leader of the Roots Drivers Band, Friction has performed on several major stages worldwide –over 90 in Europe last year alone.

This year, their tour keeps taking them across boundaries, such as the African Descent Festival in Canada and Festival der Kulturen in Germany.

Taki Taki was directed by Urban Studio. Watch it below:

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“You Do All” – Samini APPLAUDS Shatta Wale as they freestyle LIVE ON AIR

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Reggae/dancehall star Emmanuel Samini, simply known by his surname, was on Starr FM’s Starr Chat Wednesday August 16, discussing his life and musical journey (which started in 2004).

Responding to questions posed to him by host and EIB Network CEO Bola Ray, he addressed a number of touch issues including Marijuana use, his beef with Shatta Wale, his personal life, his forthcoming 7th studio album, among others.

On his take on the use of the Marijuana, the Linda star opined that as it was legal elsewhere, the country could capitalise on it and grow it in commercial quantities for foreign income specifically:

“There are countries that have made fortunes from exporting marijuana and it’s not just for smoking or recreational use, I’m talking about the other 33,000 uses of the plant. We can make jeans fabric from the plant, we can make oil from the plant. If Ghana’s economy is struggling and there’s a plant not meant to be used on the streets of Ghana, let’s plant it and export it to the streets that they use it and collect money from them. Because they have legalized it there, so why not send it to them. A farmer who has a good soil who can grow acres of marijuana should be able to grow it, package it and send it to who buys it so that we make money for the economy,” he explained.

He also spoke on his role in colleague dancehall act Shatta Wale’s rise to prominence, pointing out that their lyrical beef was instrumental in shooting the Kakai man up: “He [Shatta Wale] should always say thanks to the blueprint [Samini] because I’ve been there and he looked at me, targeted me, he threw shots at me because I was on top and still at the top, he knows that. So I became his main target, so now I guess he is even tired of answering questions about my name because wherever you will go, I promise you that they will ask you: what’s your problem with the artiste Samini?”.

Samini also recounted putting Wale on his 2004 nationwide tour, placed him among his top three dancehall acts in the country currently, and inadvertently influencing the SM frontman’s change of name to Shatta Wale.

Towards the end of the thrilling conversation, Shatta Wale was raised on the line, and both acts lauded each other’s contributions to the genre and the industry as a whole. “You Do All’, Samini said to Shatta Wale, before they delved into a historic freestyle session live in air.

Shatta Wale appeared on last year’s edition of Samini’s “Saminifest” concert, a gesture announcing the end of their prolonged beef. They’re also reportedly working on projects together, as well as a world tour.

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