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SARKODIE | RNS (RICH NI**A SH**) | GHANA

Sarkcess Music head huncho, Sarkodie, unleashes a brand news banger titled “RNS (Rich Nigga Shit). The groovy, conventional Ghanaian tune was produced by M.O.G Beatz. Check out the masterpiece for yourself and let’s know what you think about it. Download and enjoy.

GHANA EID PARTY STAMPEDE ‘KILLS NINE’

Nine people have died in Ghana's second city, Kumasi, following a stampede at a party to mark the end of Ramadan, a local official has said. The injured were taken to a nearby hospital and one person is in a critical condition, Joy FM reports. There are conflicting reports of the cause

E.L | TALK DON’T BOTHER ME | GHANA

EL has released a new song which is directed towards Sarkodie, less than twenty four (24) hours after the latter released “Kanta” to jab M.anifest. The song is a conversation the rapper had with his mum in a phone conversation. In the song “Talk Don’t Bother Me”, he touched on his

NO KISSING BABY | PATORANKING FT. SARKODIE | NIGERIA

Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie aka Patoranking has teamed up with one of Africa's finest rappers – Sarkodie as they both deliver this party-starter entitled NO KISSING, a single off his upcoming debut album ‘God Over Everything’ (#GOE). As the title suggests, Patoranking is wooing a girl who is playing hard to

YEMI ALADE | KOFFI ANAN | NIGERIA

Nigeria’s #1 Female artiste, Yemi Alade is back with a new club banger titled “Koffi Anan”, named after the former UN Secretary General. It is a mid-rhythm afro-pop/hip-life combination song produced by Philkeyz who additionally is in charge of creating Yemi Alade's “Sugar”. Koffi ANAN track is the bonus

KONTIHENE | OHENE | GHANA

Kontihene takes on the hip-hop genre to show his versatility. On this new one he titles Ohene which translates King, he proves his lyrical prowess with serious bars and crowns himself Ghana’s rap king and throwns the challenge to the rapper out there who claim to be the best. Production

NEW VIDEO: WIYAALA | SUN AND MOON | GHANA

Noella Wiyaala, or simply Wiyaala, aka ”the young lioness of Africa”, is a personification of modern Africa: creative, brave, strong, beautiful. Her name, Wiyaala, literally translates to “the doer” in Sissala, her tribal language in which she sings alongside English, and perfectly describes her approach to life. Frequently compared to

THE HISTORY OF AFRICAN BEADS

The term African Beads is used to refer to both beads locally produced by indigenous people of the African continent and Trade Beads that have travelled from other parts of the world and now circulate or were recently sourced from Africa. Together, these beads have played an enormous role in the

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