BLACKO SHERIF SZN IS HERE; AND IT’S NOT A MIRAGE: REMEMBER KWAKU THE TRAVELLER

SUCCESS is not only predicated on talent alone. other factors like timing, grace, goodwill among the general populace and a good chi contribute immensely towards ensuring a person’s success. Black Sherif seems to have all these factors forging together to elevate him towards a strata only a few could ascend. As he rightfully articulated during his inspiring acceptance speech at […]

YGA ( O’Kenneth ) – Until It’s All Said And Done REVIEW

Being the last to close the year on your label’s roster comes with some level of responsibility and anxiety.  You get the chance to make a claim by crafting something epic to cement your own status as well as the label you represent. After all, you are able to pick notes from the outcomes of earlier releases by your fellow […]

M3NSA’s ‘’BONDZIE’’ Takes Us On An Eye-Opening Trip

To name an album after yourself-or in this case one of your names- goes to indicate how valuable and invested an artist is in that project. It also exhibits the credibility and a spirit of integrity that is associated with the project.  These and more are demonstrated on M3NSA’s album, “BONDZIE“.  “BONDZIE”, which translates as “To Speak Up” in Fante, […]

M3NSA Sticks To His Roots on “Carry You Go”

By: Nana Fredua-Agyeman ‘’M3NSA is looking at the long term and understands that you may seem to be doing well but you are not legit. You are just an industry caricature, you are made up, not your true self’’ The entire BONDZIE album is a metaphor for creativity. Though I am only a music consumer, I am an afficionado of […]

Kwame Yogot Takes Steps at Being the ‘New King’

Racking up an impressive discography doesn’t happen in a year or two. It often takes a good number of years to build the desired artistry and solidify one’s craft, including harnessing a formidable fan base. But since there’s no exact formula or approach to getting to the top, especially within this current, unpredictable environment, it can take a shorter time […]

Album Review: “ALPHA” By Mr Drew

On his debut album, Mr. Drew chose safety over audacity; pop aesthetics over complexities with a handful of songs to keep his name afloat. In 2019 when Mr. Drew, Krymi, and Sarkodie released the Kaywa produced record “Dw3“, I was among the skeptics who wondered if Mr. Drew would last on the scene. My thought was pinned on two reasons: […]

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: Kwaku DMC Shares Street Tales and Ambition on ”Road To Trap House 3”

Kwaku DMC is a chronicler of street life, Gen Z fantasies and debauchery lifestyle in his music. And on his new 8-track tape, all these themes converge in an interesting way It’s interesting how Kwaku DMC, one of the pillars of “Asakaa”/drill music; the Hip-Hop genre sweeping across the country, continues to intrigue and charm through his music. As a […]

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 […]