December Week 1: Top 10 Trending Songs

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We are here again with the Top 10 Trending Songs in Ghana on DCLeakers for the First week of December.

During the week, Sarkodie moved to the first spot of the Chart with his raving success single, “Oofeetso” featuring Prince Bright of BukBak fame. He is then followed by RJZ who places second on the chart with “Hello Daddy” featuring Kwesi Arthur.

Rapper, Lyrical Joe made his debut as he placed third with his mega collaboration with Sarkodie tagged “Betrayal” whiles Mr Eazi dropped to the fourth spot with “Call Waiting” featuring King Promise and Mr Eazi. During the Week, Tulenkey debuted and peaked fifth on the chart with his brand new song tagged “Your Girlfriend” featuring Taitan.

The other half of the chart which is the sixth spot was headed by Kelvyn Boy with “Yawa No Dey” featuring M.anifest followed by Kwesi Arthur with his Hip-Hop joint “Zombie“. Ground Up Chale on the other hand placed eighth on the chart with their “Superman” collaboration followed by Fameye with “TGIF” featuring DJ Mic Smith.

The tenth place of the chart was occupied by Kofi Kinaata’s “Things Fall Apart“.

Check out the Top 10 Trending songs and update your playlist.

1. Sarkodie ft. Prince Bright (Buk Bak) – Oofeetsɔ (Prod. by MOG Beatz)

2. RJZ ft. Kwesi Arthur – Hello Daddy (Prod. by Uche B)

3. Lyrical Joe ft. Sarkodie – Betrayal

4. Mr Eazi & King Promise ft. Joey B – Call Waiting (Prod. by EKelly)

5. Tulenkey ft. Taitan – Your Girlfriend

6. Kelvyn Boy ft M.anifest – Yawa No Dey (Prod. by Samsney)

7. Kwesi Arthur – Zombie (Prod. by TwoBars)

8. Ground Up Chale ft Twitch, Kwesi Arthur & KiDi – Superman (Prod. by Yung D3mz)

9. Fameye ft. DJ Mic Smith – TGIF (Prod. by B2)

10. Kofi Kinaata – Things Fall Apart (Prod. by Two Bars)

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