Mista Myles Sings About Partners & Intimacy On New Single, “Body

Rising Afrobeats Ghanaian singer, Mista Myles has released a new single, ”Body’‘ Confirming to anyone who’s been paying attention to his past releases, Body is reflective of the artist’s incredible pen game. For a song about the body of his love interest, Mista Myles melodically slides through the Iyke Parker production, moving with a confidence and softness that reflects the […]

Review: Eugy Talks The Highs and Lows of Love on “4 Play” EP

Versatility, largely shaped by his background and immediate environment is one of the treasured gifts in Eugy’s musical toolkit. In addition to this is his ability to be in sync with new trends thus tapping into all the latest musical trends. Throughout his career, the British-Ghanaian artist has underscored these in his art. Having scored hits with songs like “Dance […]

Review: Vintage Highlife With A Dash of Modernity Fills Santrofi’s “Alewa”

“Alewa” by Santrofi captures the spirit of highlife, delivering it in their own ways without compromising on its riveting authenticity” When some legends of highlife music proclaimed the transgenerational nature of the genre, they appeared to have had a tunnel vision of how things would play out decades ahead. The clairvoyance of these highlife veterans is being vindicated. The power […]

Tribute: Nana Tuffour; A Voice That Would Be Missed

The most painful part of Nana Tufour’s passing is not much about the event- death is an inescapable trip. The ache comes from knowing we won’t be hearing any new songs from the highlife great. 1991. Chairman J.J. Rawlings was still the head of state of Ghana. Justice Philip Edward Archer was the Chief Justice of the country. The leadership […]

AKan Is Hopeful On “Mensei Da” featuring Efya

One thing is for sure: AKan is unique. Saying he can rap now rings like a cliche. Rapping is the easiest part of his craft; something he keeps revealing one song, one feature, one verse at a time. Across his previous bodies of work, from his debut self-titled EP “Akan” to his magnum opus “Onipa Akoma”, and a string of […]

KiDi Proves His Versatility With Blue: The EP

If you’re an OG KiDi fan (way before the Hitmaker days), you are well aware that the music he has been putting out since 2015 is different from what he was making earlier in his journey. Before he became a nationwide sensation on the music competition show, he was known mostly as an RnB/Soul artiste with unmatched vocal prowess among […]

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 […]

Album Review: “GreySkies Are Smokescreens” By Sizz The Truth

Two years ago, Sizz The Truth offered a glimpse into his art with “The Whole Truth”, a 10 track album that had features from Ko-Jo Cue and Cina Soul. The tape also boasted some notable records like “Never Told”, “Longest Round” and “Fatality”. It also exhibited Sizz’s love for melodious rap. In our review of the album, we described Sizz […]

Offei Has Shown The Way

When Offfei released his romance spilling single “Santorini” and got the blogosphere talking, I struggled to identify what made the record special. “Santorini”, released last year, was a decent piece of work. It was cast in the mold of most of today’s radio formatted afropop/ records. Offei and [his] producers plucked sonic influences from various hotspots like the Caribbean and […]

Our Vals Day Playlist Curated Just for You!

February is the month of love. And in the spirit of love, we have curated two playlists for our readers to jam to. The playlists are in two parts: You Fall Pass: It’s not even time for “hours”, yet they have your heart melting whenever you see them. All your hard guy, hard girl but S/He really has you in […]