Monthly Rundown: March

Loved the music that was released in March. Here’s a recap of some of the songs/music videos/EP’s released in March by Ghanaian artists or featuring Ghanaian artists.

Yaw Tog – Sore remix ft Stormzy & Kwesi Arthur

A very huge collaboration for the young artist, Yaw Tog. The remix is just as good as the original tbh.

Kwaku BS – KAZAN ft HAMA & FROY3

The minute I heard the snippet for this song, I knew it was a banger and the full version confirmed this.

Logos II by Pappy Kojo

One of the best projects released so far this year! The features overall were very impressive and the album had such great vibes.

Favourite songs: Tonight, All Day All Night, Nampa, You Know, My Heart and Believe.

Amerado – Taxi Driver

The taxi driver theme song sample >>>

ABTXO – Talk to Me Nice

A young Canadian-Ghanaian artist who’s got a bright future ahead of her! I’ve had this song on repeat since I heard it.

Dr Laylow – Wosh3 ft Romeo Swag

The chorus for this song >>>

Pappy Kojo – All Day All Night ft Kofi Kinaata & Gyedu Blay Ambolley

This link up is just simply beautiful!

Wavs by E.L

As mentioned in the first track, WAVs is an acronym for West African Vibes and I think this album is able to give off those vibes very well. I personally thought it was a quality project with quality songs.

Favourite songs: Low Key and We Don’t Know

Medikal ft Kuami Eugene – Oseiyie
Shatta Wale, Skillibeng & Gold Up – Blow Up 

A major Ghanaian and Jamaican collaboration!

Myx Quest x Kelvyn Boy x Efya & Camidoh – Catchy Catchy

Love everything about this track, especially the instrumental!

Gyakie – Forever (Remix) ft Omah Lay

I personally prefer the original, but nevertheless I’m so proud of Gyakie and all that she’s acheived so far.

Larruso – Poisonous

Ghanaian Dancehall is in safe hands with Larruso.

MzVee – You Alone

Such a beautiful song.

Stonebwoy – We Move

Stonebwoy on a drill track and it bangs! Looking forward to hearing more ‘Ghanaian Dancehall Drill’.

Time EP by Yaw Tog

Yaw Tog has been making waves over the past year as one of the stars of the Ghanaian drill sound/Asakaa movement. His debut EP time, is way better than I expected. I thought he’d stick to the drill sound as that’s what established him, so it was very nice to hear him try elements of Afrobeats in his EP.

Favourite songs: Time, Gold Friends and Mood.

Sista Afia – Broken
Kweku Lee – Five

After releasing ‘Four’ last month, Kweku Lee is back with a new track called ‘Five’ and it didn’t disappoint at all.


The chorus is my favourite part.

Edem – Ewes Ft. Worlasi, Keeny Ice, Jah Phinga & Bino Ayoni

Love the representation in this song.

Bosom P-yung – Agye Me Nsa
Bogo Blay – Zoom

See you all next month for the April rundown!

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