MUSIC COLLECTIVE SUPERJAZZCLUB RELEASES ‘MONOCHROME RADIO’ EP

Interdisciplinary Ghanaian collective, SuperJazzClub, have dropped their much-anticipated EP – ‘MONOCHROME RADIO’. Alongside the release comes a focus single, ‘UNO’, featuring BenjiFlow. Packing 5 distinct tracks, ‘MONOCHROME RADIO’ is SuperJazzClub’s created sonic world with no limits or boundaries where anything can exist as a soundscape. It is musical symbol of free expression where each track mixes and incorporates song structures […]

CULARTBLOG CULTURE CONVOS: KING PALUTA

King Paluta’s career continues to rise as his single ‘’Aseda’’, released in February, 2024 keeps soaring up music charts. Before his musical breakthrough, the Kumasi based artist had been making music for half of his life. His success has come with great attention and new opportunities including four (4) nominations at this year’s Telecel Ghana Music Awards. The name King […]

Kweku Smoke is Solidifying His Stake in Hip Hop with ”Kweku Jesus”

On his latest album, Kweku Smoke perfectly combines introspective thoughts with street chronicles. Any artist who releases three albums and an EP in a one-half year span is either attempting to make a statement, just flexing his prolific tendencies or has a lot to say. The reasons could be all the above and more in the case of rapper Kweku […]

SUPERJAZZCLUB BEGIN NEW ERA WITH ‘OFF’

After an eventful 2023 that was characterised by rave reviews for their music, performances and European tour, SuperJazzClub have kept a low profile until last week when the teasers began to unfold to signal something new coming. True to expectations, the Ghanaian music collective, SuperJazzClub, have dropped their first single of 2024 titled ‘OFF’ to mark the beginning of a […]

Ghanaian Artist Exo Xan Drops a Soulful Escape in visuals for New Song ‘Calvary’

Exo Xan revisits the theme of ‘Calvary,’ finding his stride with deep symbolism and beautiful outdoor visuals that feel both puzzling and artistic at every glance. The video is a testament to the Ghanaian Afro-fusion artist’s ability to capture the essence of his song through captivating visuals. ‘Calvary’ is a follow-up to the thought-provoking message Exo Xan shares in his […]

Handling Fame and Attention As a Viral Star

The road to stardom is often long, arduous, and expensive. While many never climb atop the mountain of stardom, some settle for the few viral moments they attain, advancing the fame into a sustaining enterprise. For a number of weeks, months, and, in some cases, years, those who attain virality become everyone’s favorite. Half the audience love them while the […]

#OccupyJulorbiHouse: Dear Artists, Here Is  Why You Need To Give A F**K!

“He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it.” – Martin Luther King Jr. Who benefits from protests? Which crop of people are to lead a protest? How does one ensure a buy-in from across all sections of […]

Rap Is Not Dead!

For a nation that is known for its rap music across, at least two decades, I find it laughable that a statement by an afrobeats singer would get some people rattled. The statement by Wizkid that the rap genre is dead and not worth listening to. ”If I’m being honest, I don’t listen to any other genre of music anymore”, […]

FREE THE YOUTH Collaborates with Pharrell Williams’ SITW Festival as Official Merch Designers. 

Ghanaian streetwear brand, FREE THE YOUTH, has achieved a major milestone in the fashion industry by becoming the first African brand to design the official merchandise for Pharrell Williams‘ ‘Something In The Water’ music festival. The festival, which has a global reach and attracts over 50,000 music lovers from around the world, took place in Virginia Beach during the weekend […]