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 […]


THE CUTS is a short weekly review of songs, videos and albums that you need to hear. The songs and videos covered are not genre or region specific. If we find it dope, we’ll share our thoughts on it here. Supa Gaeta – Never Again Two days before his birthday, Supa Gaeta dropped his first single of 2020 titled ‘Never […]

“Palaver” Adds To The Long List of Ebo Taylor’s Catalog

I remember having a conversation with Kong George, singer, songwriter, producer and DJ on how he clears some of his samples. He had sampled an old C.K. Mann record, ‘’Fa W’akoma Ma Me’’ for one of his songs. That vintage C.K. Mann record was also covered and made popular among a section of young highlife fans by the legendary Rex […]

Album Review: ”Colour” By Juls Lives Up To Its Name

In 2017, Juls put out his first commercial album ‘’Leap of Faith’’. The choice of album name was not in vacuum. It was Juls’ first major attempt at throwing his hat into the unpredictable waters of the music industry full time. He quit his formal job in the finance industry in the UK to pursue his musical dream. One would […]

THE CUTS: EP 04 Vol. 1

THE CUTS reviews songs, videos or album we think you need to hear or watch. The music covered are not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it would be reviewed here. THE CUTS is available each FRIDAY Mensa – God Is Good After a video surfaced of prominent pastor Mensa Otabil tasking his church members to ward off […]

THE CUTS: EP 03 Vol. 19

THE CUTS is a short review of songs, videos or albums that we think you need to hear or watch. The music is not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it will be covered. Poetra Asantewa – Hungry ‘Hungry’ examines the relationship between country/society (Ghana) and its citizens through the prism of Poetra. The poem highlights the raw […]

Kobi Onyame and Wanlov Share Inspiration in “Still We Rise” Video

Self-belief. Chasing dreams despite the challenges on your path is the theme of ‘Still We Rise’, a song by UK-based Ghanaian rapper, Kobi Onyame and Wanlov (The Kubolor). “Still We Rise” has the two gifted rappers spread doses of positivism about life and success (chasing one’s dreams) as expressed these lyrics: ‘keep fighting on/ We’re upward bound/ seeing the sky […]

Ebony Tackles Domestic Violence on “Maame Hwe” Video

It’s the renowned Chinese artist, Ai Weiwei who said that ‘art can be used to change society’. The test of an artists worth is their ability to speak about or use their influence to cause societal change. For many, Ebony’s new song and video ‘Maame Hwe’ may be a surprise for the simple fact that, she may be the last […]

Mark Asari Shows His R&B Side on “Minus To Plus” EP

Steeped in mid- 90s R&B sound “Minus To Plus” is a celebration of love, success and a better future. The late 80s and the early 90s babies had their teenage years defined by R&B music. From memorizing and karaoking some of the soul bearing lyrics from black American singers to slipping few romantic lines into letters to their childhood crushes, […]

Throwback: Joe Osei – Mepe W’asem

One of the profound effects of music is how it transport you back to the very moment, the very minute that you heard it first. That nostalgic transportation is something many who loves music may have experienced. I once crowned Joe Osei the best highlife artist in Ghana, at least in 1999, after hearing his song, ‘Me P3 W’asem’ for […]