Talking Verses: Pappy Kojo Dazzling Verse on “All Black”

Black has been my favourite colour for as long as I remember. It has come to underline a basic philosophy of life that I hold. My love for black almost led to a rare disagreement between myself and my dad. I was about to enter the University. As it was, I had to get new clothes for school. Shopping money […]

“E.L’s “Efa Wo Ho Ben” Video Is Worth The Hype

When E.L released “Efa Wo Ho Ben” last December, the consensus among music fans was unanimous: the V.O Nation act has a song to draw attention towards himself and by extension, place him at the top of the pack; where he belongs. The hip hop record which sampled “Wano P3 Asem” by the Amazing Chorale was an exciting listen in […]

Review: E.L Can Take Off (Again) With “Songs For Girls 3”

With love as its centrepiece, “Songs For Girls” reveals all the musical influences that have defined E.L’s career across the years. Bumps are inevitable. They often occur on the highway of life when everything is going on as planned. The bumps and the inertia it stirs are mostly wake up calls. They offer a moment for self-introspection, as well as […]

How D-Cryme Stole A Moment And Won Our Hearts On “Get On The Dancefloor”

If D-Cryme had given up music after his nationwide hit “Kill Me Shy”, Ghanaians would still have remembered the Tema based rapper with reverence as we do Jay Dee of “Alampan” fame. D-Cryme’s stake in today’s music has not been as resolute as many would have hoped. He was tipped for greater things after earning his breakthrough: first off a […]

E.L Throws Himself In The Music Convo With ”Efa Wo Ho Ben”

Depending on who you ask, the answer will be different. For the ELiens (fans of E.L), the rapper is still a force to reckon with on the Ghanaian music scene. For the non-EL fans, he has fallen off the perch and now playing catch up. That, the once high soaring eagle has, over the years tried flapping the water off […]

THE CUTS: EP 05 Vol. 10

THE CUTS is a weekly review of songs, videos and albums you need to hear. The songs and videos covered are not a genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it would be reviewed or featured. Kwesi Arthur – Thoughts From King Arthur 4 (New York State of Mind) Kwesi Arhtu has heard all the criticism from fans in […]

DredW X Magnom Are The Perfect Pair On ”Songs For Her”

There comes a time when one’s decision to stay off the limelight becomes the wrong option. Not when you are an active player within the entertainment scene and have your name on some decent pieces of work. No matter your persona, you have to place a face to the creativity. And, in this era of social media where personality often […]

Talking Verses: Kuvie Is A Bad Ass Producer

I’m sure readers who have been following our series ‘’Talking Verses’’ would be surprised to see Kuvie as the one we are spotlighting this week. It’s deliberate, if you consider the sort of work he pulled on two records for two different artists. Kuvie ‘beat verse’ therefore deserves to be talked about. For those who might not know Kuvie, the […]

THE CUTS: EP 05 VOL. 8

THE CUTS reviews songs, videos or albums we think deserves your attention. The songs or videos covered are not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it would be reviewed or featured. THE CUTS is available every FRIDAY Sofie –Rise Orchestra sound meet jazz. That’s what Sofie Svan is offering on ‘’Rise’’. The song opens with a solo violin […]

When Veterans Leave Room For Mockery

The Ghanaian culture frowns on criticizing elders especially in public. It’s deemed reprehensible and uncouth. No matter how wrong or disingenuous the actions of the elder, it’s often the duty of the young person to keep quiet, tolerate their actions and go on as if nothing has ever happened. After all, an elder is wiser than a young person. But, […]