Ghanaian music collective, SuperJazzClub, are out with their new single, ‘911’. Highlighting a take on karma, the collective’s second release of the year is a daringly riveting exploration of genre blends and colourful soundscapes over creatively thoughtful lyrics that have become synonymous of the group. Supported by a shuffling beat that is both infectious and slightly eerie in tone, ‘911’ […]

The Radiance of NiiQuaye’s “Atomic Muse” Lies In Its Production And Features

“Atomic Muse” is a seven-track tape released by the multi-talented artist, NiiQuaye about a week ago. His name might not toll on the music scene in Ghana- he is not a front line or mainstream artist, yet. NiiQuaye’s talent, however, has been heard on many hit songs released over the years in this country. His contributions have come mostly by […]


THE CUTS is a weekly review of songs, videos and albums you must hear. The songs and videos covered are not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it will be reviewed or featured. Kofi Kinaata – Things Fall Apart Kofi Kinaata knows how to leverage exposure. Since releasing his hit song ‘’Things Fall Apart’’ some two months ago, […]

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 […]

Tay Iwar’s “Passport” Was The Best Way To Get Noticed.

On its 5th year following its release, we look at how Tay Iwar’s “Passport” opened him up for notice. My curiosity was piqued after my first listen. The songs on the album led to my searching for information on this young talented singer. Despite the paucity of information on him (yeah he is a new act); this 17 year old […]

Jo’ Wayne Is Here To Flirt With Your Girl And Steal Your Heart

Jo’ Wayne’s name might not ring a bell in the ears of many people. Born Jonathan Elorm Way Kpoh, the artist, producer, mix/mastering engineer started out, first, as a rapper but had to switch up his musical direction to singing.Considering how tough and demanding the music turf is on this side of the world, it is jaw dropping to hear […]


THE CUTS is a weekly round-up of songs and videos that has caught our attention or think you must hear. The music featured here aren’t genre specific. THE CUTS is delivered every FRIDAY Cuppy feat Sarkodie – VYBE From the desert lands comes this belly dancing inspired video from Cuppy and Sarkodie. “Vybe” is couched in afropop sentiments and bothers […]

Odunsi The Engine’s “In The Morning” Drips With 90s Delight

Watching the video of ‘In The Morning’, the new visuals from producer, singer/songwriter, Odunsi The Engine, I got transported back to the mid-90s, when the Ghanaian movie scene was taking shape. The Kwame Dracula directed video seems to have taken a little inspiration from the 90s era, when African filmmakers were figuring out how to produce very quality pictures. The […]