Watch M3NSA’s Latest Video For “Forward”

M3NSA continues to use his music to motivate and inspire. Despite the gloom that hovers around us, especially the ones within the adulting bracket, M3NSA’s lyrics, like the words of a sage, flows with a certain verve: one that rings of “there is still hope. Don’t despair”. Weeks after his crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to complete his album, M3NSA has […]

Review: Zed Ay Kay- ”Versatility” Album

In an industry where the perks of recognition does not often fall on the plate of some of the best talents, it would not be a surprise if the name of Zed Ay Kay does not register immediately. His music has not crossed over into the mainstream fold, not because the songs are not great. Rather, the songs do not […]

On ”I No De Bed”, M3NSA Shares What Keeps Him Awake

When Ghanaian rapper, M3NSA took to social media to announce his hiatus from all online engagements, it was clear to gleam from his comments that he has had enough from people, events and (in) actions of those entrusted to make things happen. The two-part video posted on his social media feeds on June 2 with its accompanying hashtag #TheShowMustBePaused had […]

Listen: M3NSA Is Here With A New Track ”I No De Bed”

Mensa Ansah ( M3nsa ) has been quiet after coming to terms with his need for silence and contemplation in the cluttered social media space and in this new world order. His PSA announcing he didn’t want to be active on social media for a while has been watched by more than 20,000 people, but it wasn’t a PR stunt: […]

Talking Verses: M3NSA on “Far Away”

“Sometimes I just need to be alone/Sometimes I just want to be in my own zone”. M3NSA croons on the short bridge connecting his rap verse to the hook of “Far Away”, the sixth song- and one of the instant standouts off Joey B’s recently released “Lava Feels”. Having listened to the song a couple of times, I’m still surprised […]

Review: On “Lava Feels”, Joey B Punched Below Expectation

Joey B is like Peter Pan; caught up in his world of youthfulness and scared to emerge out of that cocoon despite his abundant potential. “7 years, are you not entertained?”. Joey B quizzed on his star-studded trap anthem “La Familia”. The accuracy of his calculation in terms of his active years as a rapper could be challenged but one […]

OIEE, M3NSA And Amaarae Team Up on ‘Still Dey Inside”

M3NSA’s name won’t be lost on anyone who was old enough to remember the late 90s when hiplife took off in Ghana. The rapper, singer, producer was involved in helping entrench hiplife as a genre in Ghana , as an member of the rap group Life Line Family. At the young age of 16/17 years, he was producing songs for […]

Five Reasons Why The Fokn Bois Are Worth Celebrating

One of the biggest groups to emerge out of Ghana in recent times is undoubtedly the Foes of Kwame Nkrumah, the FOKN Bois for short. The duo of Wanlov and M3nsa have won admirers and foes in equal measure. Despite this love-hate relationship between them and a section of the public, one cannot but admire their artistry. They have become […]

“Afrobeats LOL” Stands As FOKN Bois’ Most Commercial Album (Thus Far)

The FOKN Bois are your quintessential agent provocateurs. Their music tend to speak truth to power and also tackle issues that afflict humanity, especially those society  refuses to address despite their debilitating impact. So, themes like corruption- be it political or economic, social inequality, religious exploitation,lawlessness and indiscipline are the linchpins of most of their musical or cinematic creations. Take […]

Watch Video: M3NSA Waves His Socio-Political Memo On “Eyes But No Eyes”

M3NSA is a creative genius and remains one of the most politically observant artists of our time. On singles like “How Far” and “Gidigidi” and full length projects – either singularly or jointly (with fellow RedRed act, DJ Elo) or his friend and collaborator, Wanlov (one-half of FOKN Bois, a group M3NSA belongs), the two have frequently touched on social […]