Look inside Music and you can find gold. Last week was exceptional as we were blessed with some classic reggae, hip hop and afrobeat songs from the Samini, Guru, Medikal and more. I have picked up a few of those songs which will lighten your mood.
Samini – Obaa (Prod. by Masta Garzy)
Samini conveyed yet another classic reggae music taken off his incoming Reggae Album. “Obaa” is a groovy lovers melody which speaks more about this exceptional young lady supplied with everything a man looks for in a lady. The drums, guitars, kicks and lyrics compliments the production.
Joey B ft Yaa Pono & Wanlov – Beautiful Boy (Prod. by Kuvie)
This tune commences with this magical clap followed by relieving and quiet kicks. Kuvie completed a noteworthy work on this melody and Joey B as usual bless it with straightforward verses, whereas Wanlov and Yaa Pono puts in less efforts which could have ruined this low-tempo joint. Everything came awesome with Kuvie’s creation. Astonishing tune.
Medikal x Kwesi Arthur & Ahtitude – How Much (Prod. by Unklebeatz)
Medikal, Ahtitude and Kwesi Arthur all conveys charming and special rap verses on this joint effort. The kicks, hats and drums is as hard and trap-py as one will expect a Hip Hop tune to be. The delivery is all on point as it was finessed with magnificent production from UnkleBeatz.
Shugga x Epixode – Shukpalala (Prod. by Mollessbeatz)
If you want to dance then here you go. Shugga did great yet wasn’t fantastic as his delivery was low but however that didn’t prevent Epixode from breathing life onto the tune with his Ragga style and exquisite vocals. Generally speaking the tune is great however Shugga should up his game next time around.
D Cryme ft Stonebwoy – My Bae (Prod. by Masta Garzy)
D Cryme entered this song with high spirits and delivers a chorus to compliment Masta Garzy’s cool beat. He additionally steps up again with his plush vocals followed by an unsual ragga style. Stonebwoy likewise kept up a similar soul however his pidgin ragga wasn’t intense. I figured he could have accomplished more with his delivery.
Guru feat. Ofori Amponsah – You (Prod. By Mr. Herry)
The Saxophone that played all through the melody gives life yet Guru’s entrance and delivery was not excellent. Ofori Amponsah did the enchantment with his vocals as it reflects the production – relieving drums and drooping percussions.
Novo – Gang (Prod. by Two Bars)
Gang! This song actually started with an introductory vocals of a viral Meme and proceeded with exceptional rap verses from Novo. The delivery was great however had some slight hitch that was covered by the magical touch of Two Bars.
Keche – Talk Talk (Prod By Streetbeatz)
Streetbeatz organized a super hot synths and energizing drums that will make you move at the spot. Regardless the delivery from the duo sounds irresistible and infectious but more could have been done. The chorus actually won my heart.