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Amaarae Swims Into Summer With The Video For Her Single “Fluid”

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Apple Music Africa’s “Favorite New Artist for the Month” in April 2018, the beautiful R&B crooner, Amaarae drops her first video on the 7th day of June, 2018.

The “Fluid” video, a masterpiece of simple, stark artistry and creativity, is the first video from the singer’s debut album “Passionfruit Summers”. Shot in Accra, the video introduces the artist visually for the first time to a broader audience.

Born in New York and raised in Accra, Atlanta and New Jersey, Ama Serwah Genfi, known in music circles as “Amaarae” is a petite, soulful singer, songwriter and producer with a unique sound characterized by an eclectic blend of bold yet sexy lyricism and longing vulnerable melodies. An English and Poetry graduate from Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, the “Shawty with the Bald Head” saunters effortlessly through her first album “Passionfruit Summers” which she released on all major online music platforms on November 31st, 2017. Amaarae’s soft, sexy vocals evoke a haunting sense of love lost and heartbreak on the Passionfruit Summers album, which features 6 songs.

The singer has been on the underground music scene since she was 17 and has produced several demos including rap, hip-hop and R&B. The now 23 year old, credits her unique sound to her understanding of the dynamics of instruments and sound and how they work together to facilitate emotions. Amaarae is on a quest to sway her listeners from melancholy to joy and there is no stopping her! She is also featured on Stonebwoy’s Epistles of Mama Album in collaboration with Stonebwoy and Edem on the song “Pepperdem”.

Watch the “Fluid” video and subscribe to Amaarae’s channel via YouTube and amaaraemusic.com

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R2Bees Out With “Boys Kasa” Music Video Ahead Of “SITE 15” Album Release

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R2Bees are warming up to the release of their highly anticipated album “SITE 15” with yet another classic tune, titled “Boys Kasa”.

The latest is a follow-up to their trending club banger “We De Vibe”, and this new record is believed to ‘shatter’ the airwaves.

“Boys Kasa”, a popular Akan phrase which means ‘boys/men talk’, features the best new school Hip-hop/Hiplife musicians.

The song produced by Killbeatz and Killmatic features King Promise, Kwesi Arthur, La Meme Gang (Darkovibes, RJZ, Spacely and Humble Dis), Medikal and B4bonah.

The Afrobeats sound comes with a Babs Direction film which captures some typical ghetto scenes.

Enjoy the full video below and don’t forget to share your views.

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WALA WHY Set To Release New Album “RA Vrs RAIT”

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Just days after dropping the music videos for “ONE CHANCE ONLY and I HAVE A DREAM ,”; artist and producer, Wala Why has unveiled the cover art and release date his upcoming album “RA Vrs RAIT”.

Set to drop October. 26th, 2018 his newest album Ra Vrs Rait results in a wicked production with collaborations with various talented West Coast producers like Bricks, Kid Hazel and YN44.

Songs on the album like Lucifer (Bringer of Light) and I’m A God will leave you swinging between thoughts as it epitomizes the essence of the album.

The album art depicts the rich portrait of duality of life and its need for balance.

The rapper’s project consists of a variety of slow, fast, light and intense tunes complementing his indisputable thought provoking lyrics that captures a broad audience..

Wala Why is a Ghanaian born music artist and producer, living in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has brought a new feeling to the music industry by integrating elements of Afrotrap, Afrobeat, RnB, HipHop and Rap into one genre he calls Sun Music

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R2BEES – BOYS KASA ft King Promise, Kwesi Arthur, Darkovibes, Rjz, Spacely, Humble Dis, Medikal, B4bonah

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Sarkodie Raps And Brags About His Wealth While Shatta Wale’s Lyrics Inspires. – Dope Nation.

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DopeNation, the Ghanaian twin musical group made up of B2 and Twist in an exclusive interview on Class Drive via Class FM revealed they are happy about the beef and added how they got the title for their major hit song “Eish”.

Talking about the ongoing beef between Shatta Wale and Sarkodie, they made us know It’s all about Showbiz and that they are happy things are turning out this way as it helps grow the industry.

Sharing their views further, they said; “Sarkodie raps and brags about his life and wealth while fans get more motivated by Shatta Wale’s lyrics looking at where he was in the ghetto and now becoming a dancehall king, it motivates the youth never to give up”.

Touching on their song “Eish” they said, mostly when guys are on Instagram and they see girls with big butts they end up saying Eish, Eish and Eish as they wish to have the lady to themselves.

The duo has produced major hits for Shatta Wale such as London Girls, Kpuu Kpaa,  Pappy Kojo, Late Ebony and Eazzy’s Power.

DopeNation is out with a new song “Naami” which is already banging and trending all over Ghana.

Follow them on Facebook: DopeNation, Twitter & Instagram: @ghdopenation6

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