• Shatta Wale – New Year

    Barely some few hours to cross over to the year 2014 and the #SM4Lyf king, Shatta Wale releases a brand new single titled “New Year”. Promising a switch from the bad to the good life. What’s your new years resolution?. Enjoy!

  • Bragging Ghana Police couldn’t jail Chris Brown

    Article By: Ama Larbie As quoted in the Section 5 of Narcotic Drugs Control Enforcement and Sanctions Act, 1990 PNDC Law 236, “a person shall not, without lawful authority or excuse, smoke, sniff, consume, inject into the body or otherwise administer a narcotic drug on the body of that person.” Unless there...

  • Eno – Tonga (Refix) (Prod. By Mix Masta Garzy)

    “Tonga” by Joey B Featuring Sarkodie has gone viral since it released. Check out the Femcee version done by the Kumasi based rapper Eno. Enjoy.

  • Shatta Wale – State Burial (25th Dec. 2013)

    Known for releasing songs per his intuition, Shatta Wale is back again with “State Burial”. This song comes just a day after a successful performance at the ‘Loud In Gh Concert’. Mature diss song to whom it may concern. Have a listen and leave your comment below.

  • Keche – Kontia (Prod. By Methmix)

    The Aluguntugui hitmakers, Keche, presents to their fans an x’mas gift with “Kontia” as the title. It is that festive season again and in brief Keche cautions all guys to stay away from “Kontia”. Controversial title it is, check it out!

  • Do Highlife musicians contribute to their neglect in the industry?

    Article By: Ama Larbie There have been so many occasions where media personnel have raised concerns about our pioneer musicians, Highlifers for not being billed to perform on various event platforms except for the Legends and Legacy, organized once every year purposely to celebrate our Ace Highlife musicians. But is that all...

  • Sarkodie – Pon Di Ting Feat. Banky W (Prod. By MasterKraft)

    Off the recently launched “Sarkology” album is the single “Pon Di Ting” by the fastest rapper in Ghana, Sarkodie featuring the Nigerian “Yes/No” hitmaker, Banky W. A must listen song, check it out!

  • What exactly are the real motives of some Ghanaian Musicians?

    Article By: Ama Larbie I have always wondered if our musicians know exactly what they say in their songs. Do they really understand what they say in their songs? Or they just sing because they want to sing to the pleasing dance moves of the rhythmic minded youth? Recent songs include ‘Ayi’...

  • Shatta Wale – Nima Boy

    This is an official public announcement to confirm whether or not Shatta Wale’s affiliation to Nima is true. Dropping from the Nima Pride Mixtape is Nima Boy from Bandana . Check it out.