Top Ghana Songs of the Week - Shatta Wale - King Promise - Becca
The music grind never stops, which means every week we’ll definitely see brand new songs released from every corner of Africa and that includes Ghana, and from some of our favorite artists as well as new cats looking to catch their big break.
This week saw the release of several notable jams in the Ghanaian music space, mostly from established acts that we have grown to know and love, like King Promise, Becca, and Shatta Wale (yes Shatta Wale, we love him too!).
Here at NotJustOk, we bring you a few picks of the top musical projects that came out from Ghana this week. Check them out below.
Listen to the Top Ghana Songs of the Week
King Promise - Sisa
Last week singer King Promise delivered a brand new single titled "Sisa", his first for the year. This week he's back again, but this time with the official video of the smooth afrobeat tune. He promised it would be a "movie", and indeed it is, with the video detailing a dramatic love story between him and his lover. A compelling video for a compelling song.
Shatta Wale - Horny
Shatta Wale comes through this week with a hilarious animated video to his just dropped single "Horny". Here, the dancehall singer gave an account of several failed sexual encounters in one night, which in the video led to him being rushed to the hospital for an unrelenting erection. Lmao. Shatta is definitely a character!
Shaker - Low Battery
Ghanaian rapper and producer Shaker dropped a new one, titled "Low Battery". He delivers a smooth fusion of afrobeat and highlife, where he issues a few solid gems of life advice, with the aim of motivating every young hustler out there. The joint was produced by Shaker the maestro himself.
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Becca ft. Busiswa and DWP Academy - No One
Ghanaian songstress Becca (any time I see her name I instantly remember her classic with M.I "No Away") tries her hand at the South African genre of music Gqom, and to assist her she brings in South African hitmaker Busiswa and Ghanaian dance group DWP Academy. Personally, I can't get tired of seeing West African interpretations of South African music. You will Love this one.
Big Dragon (Efya) ft. KiddBlack – Spinning
Efya is definitely on a roll, as she releases her third offering as her new alter ego Big Dragon. This one right here is a mellow R&B tune from the soul songstress, featuring a guest verse from the young rapper and La Meme Gang member Kiddblack.