Top M.anifest Music Videos

Music videos are an important tool in the arsenal of any artiste. They provide another avenue to express the meanings behind any song. Whether it’s a simple video of an artiste singing in a studio or one as elaborate enough to exhaust a small film budget, music videos help extend a musician’s story. Much like a beat maker adds depth […]

M.anifest Begs His Way To Love In “Big Mad” Video

“Big Mad” arrived a week ago to profound excitement from the army of “Manifans” who have been badgering M.anifest to release new music. Since announcing the release of a new album- which would be his first in three years- the demand has been excessively deafening. A day never goes by without fans asking him about the album on twitter. To […]

Amaarae Flips The Script With “Like It” Video

Ghanaian alte music act, Amaarae has been as sophisticated with her music videos as she does with everything associated with her – her looks, texture of her music, how she moves within the music space and more. The concepts of her videos are brilliantly compelling, aesthetically appealing, subtly provocative and of course, elegantly artsy, as evidenced by “Fluid” and ‘‘Spend […]

Video: Sarkodie And Efya Affirm Their ‘Love’ On “Saara”

Magic happens whenever Sarkodie and Efya join forces on a song. The chemistry between the two is outstanding, with both parties offering their best shot. There appears to be a subliminal friendly competition between the two parties- one that is more complimentary than the outshining another on a record. “Saara” produced by MOG affirms this forcefully. The fourth single off […]

Ko-Jo Cue – You Alone (Video)

Ko-Jo Cue emerges from the back of a crowd, pushing and shoving towards the front where the small congregated crowd stare at the photos of some great Ghanaian legends within the entertainment space who art had passed away. Images of legends like Super OD, Araba Stamp, Kiki Gyan, Charles Kofi (CK) Mann, Terry Bonchaka, Owusu-Ansah, Ronny Coaches plus others beam […]

NiiQuaye Invites All To Dance To His Highlife Tune “Twa Wonan Ase”

There is a song for every situation in one’s life; be it for the good or bad. These songs tend to vividly capture an experience that you feel the musician or songwriter was lurking somewhere observing your situation. That was my sentiment when I heard “Twa Wona Ase”, a song by NiiQuaye. The multi- instrumentalist and music producer recruited AYAT […]

Video: Trigmatic Explores The Beauty In Giving On “My Life (Remix)”

A simple act of generosity can go a long way to make an impact on a person’s life, and that of others. Often times, we fail to see or wrap minds around the fact that, what may be ‘worthless’ to us might turn out to be someone’s treasure. The mantra ‘one man’s meat is another man’s poison’ aptly fit this […]

Watch: Klu and Edi Young Are Unapologetic On “Sweet Mistake”

Klu doesn’t get enough props for his contribution to trap music in Ghana. As one of the fervent disciples of the trap sound – along with Dex Kwasi- the rapper and producer was pushing the genre way before its explosion. Klu was exploring and experimenting with this ‘unknown” sound when his compatriots were chasing the popular sound of the late […]

Video: J. Derobie – Poverty

“Wey mi know say mana big star, poverty you can’t stop me from my shine” – J. Derobie A lot has been written and discussed about poverty and how it impedes the dreams of many. People have hopes, love and goodness to offer humanity and the world yet, due to their crippling economic circumstances, such dreams and hopes remain nothing […]

Video: Teephlow Feat Adina – Fakye

You sometimes hear a song that instantly hit you. It could be the lyrics or the melody. Sometimes it is everything about the song: groove, the message, the vocals, cadence and delivery of flows (in the case of rap). The latter was what piqued my interest last night when Teephlow and Adina performed their collaborative effort, “Forgive” during Adina’s set […]