It comes as a great joy to see African artistes sharing stage with the big name from the diaspora. GhanaNdwom.com incollaboration will 9janimi.com brings the Top 10 song for this week . This review is based on number of downloads/views and attention that a song/video receives.
#1 Antenna – Fuse ODG
UK based Ghanaian rapper, the revolutionary leader for Azonto termed as T.I.N. A (This Is New Africa) Fuse ODG who is known to have sold Ghana’s treasure ‘Azonto’. Has kept the Azonto spirit live by trending ‘Antenna’ for weeks after its release last year.
#2 Olu Maintain ft Olivia & Big A – Hypnotize Me
“Hypnotize Me” is all sorts of lovely. Shout-out to the rapper Big A for spicing it up some more.
Big Ups, Mr Olu! O Kwality!
#3 Edem –Fire
Ghanaian rapper, who pays no attention to language barriers, Edem unleashed ‘Fire’ in the early hours of 2013 to warm up for great thing. Edem rides steady on the hot hip hop instrumental produced by Magnom who is now the most sort after producer in Ghana. Edem seized the opportunity to give shoutout to his fans.
#4 Olamide – Rayban Abacha
Olamide returns with a brand new single, “Rayban” Abacha off his new mixtape titled Street Tape dropping later in 2013. As usual Olamide delivers and the street really love and welcomed this one!
#5 MoRemi – Femi
MoRemi is a singer/songwriter who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, and a Masters degree in Marketing Communication. She recently moved from Los Angeles, CA back to her hometown of Lagos, Nigeria to launch her music career. This is a bit of an anomaly, as aspiring entertainers often move to LA – not from LA. But that’s just MoRemi. An unconventional person and artist.
#6 Sarkodie – Devil In Me ft. Efya
Mr Rapperhoilc, Obidiponbidi, Sarkodie’s New Year gift to his fan ‘Devil in Me’ featuring the sensation singer Efya which sounds like a reflection on his life continues to be the hottest jam. With a sweet voice and heavy punchlines of Obidi gives the listener no other option than to love it. This song was on our list last week and its coming again this week!
#7 P Square – Alingo
Naija superstars, Peter & Paul, have taking African Music to the next level. Sharing mics with the big name in world music. Alingo hit is not suprise since thay have been known for dropping hit after hit, am not sure if they have any song which didnt make it.
#8 Omo Akin ft Wizkid & Dammy Krane – Nubian Queen (Remix)
BigBoy The One drops remix of his track Nubian Queen faeturing wizkid and damykrane of life, he got into the list based on number of downloads and the attention he got from is audience/fans out there.
#9 Dr-Cryme – Komkom
I was not too much in love with this song till I heard it been play several times on different radio station. Much effort has been employed to get Dr-Cryme back to his level. For months now people have been asking “what happened to the Twi Pop General and where has he been”. Dr-Cyrme anwered them with ‘Komkom Na may3’ translated as “Quiet That I Am.
#10 Skuki – B.A.D
The duo SKUKI (VAVAVOOM and PEESHAUN) made a statement last year, that this year 2013, shall be a year of serious music. No leaks, no bootlegging just serious music.
Wasting no time and backing up that statement, they have officially dropped their first single of the year titled ‘BAD’. In their regular style of taking us past the music into concepts which we enjoy in our daily lives, Skuki has this time added a new meaning to B.A.D which in their Skuktionary means ‘Beautiful And Different’.
Since Michael Jackson’s ‘bad’, this is sure to be another platinum hit single in the afro pop genre.