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Randy N Recruits Mr Drew For New Single – ‘Never Humble’

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Ghanaian Afrobeat act, Randy N comes through with with yet another audio vibe, ‘Never Humble’ for fans and music lovers alike who have been craving for a new weekend anthem lately. Listen here: https://mipromo.ffm.to/randyn-neverhumble

Produced by J-row, the ‘Onye Gelemi’ and ‘iPod’ crooner recruits Highly Spiritual Music’s Mr Drew to bring his latest single to life. ‘Never Humble’ comes off as a very versatile tune, with Randy N and Mr Drew coming clean per delivery and lyrics, staying true to their respective styles. The duo has seen it all (money) and are moving accordingly, this ‘Never Humble’ is the motto.

Tune in and get familiar with Randy N’s new sound, ‘Never Humble’ in time for your weekend.

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Premiere: New GEN, Larruso, Ushers Fans Into 2021 With New Single – EGO [STREAM HERE]

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Ghana’s youngest afrobeats and dancehall crooner, Larruso debuts his new single “Ego” to usher us into the new year, 2021. Listen here: https://larruso.ffm.to/_ego

On an afro pop beat with a fusion of modern dancehall sound, the 19-years old singer registers his struggles he has encountered ascending stardom as a breakthrough artist. The Six 30 Beatz produced single further highlights Larruso’s firm belief in the creator of the universe.

Been consistently working ever since he dropped his smash hit “Killy Killy”, the young singer has impressed his audience with nothing but good music to entertain them. This year looks promising for the new lad as he is tipped to be one of the promising new talents to take the globe by storm musically.

“Ego” as seems to be the single that paves the way for Larruso’s major collaborations and also the expectancy of his debut EP which will be released this year.

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Premiere: Amanda Ofori Surrenders It All To God In New Single ‘Hopeless Without You’ [LISTEN HERE]

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London-based Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter, Amanda Ofori serves believers with a soulful new song, ‘Hopeless With You’, expressing and acknowledging God’s superiority in every facet of her life. She casts all her insecurities aside for Him and asks we do same, as He is our everything and in His presence we find hope.

‘’I am happy to announce the release of my new single. I received the words and rhythm of this song in one of the most painful seasons of my life in 2013. As I sat down ‘’still’’ during my quiet time, the words came along with the melody. I got to a place where my complete hope had to be in the Lord. I am so grateful to have Cwesi Oteng feature on the song’’, Amanda beams with excitement.

Amanda Ofori is a young vibrant worshiper who has been passionate about gospel music from a very young age. Being brought up in a Christian household, from the age of 2, Amanda was inspired by her grandmother and mother who worship every morning with local and foreign gospel music. Her morning rides to school with her mum were filled with worship songs by Don Moen and Michael Smith which influenced her love for worship music. Amanda began pursuing her passion – from the age of 8 began writing songs and putting together melodies the Lord lays on her heart. Her musical influences include Tasha Cobbs, Kierra Sheard, Chris Tomlin, Joe Mettle, Benjamin Dube and Fred Hammond.

Coming from the rich cultural heritage of Ghana, Amanda has also been writing songs with fusion of Ghanaian and English language which she is excited to work on in the future. Amanda sings in her local church choir and has also had the opportunity to minister in songs at various gospel events. She has also sung in various choirs and also supported backing vocals for Hanson Asiedu.

‘Hopeless Without You’ was written and composed by Amanda Ofori, featuring and produced by Cwesi Oteng, mixed and mastered by Mahanaim Studio, keyboard by Emmanuel Cobbold, drums by Lord Listowell and bass by Jason Elliot. ‘Hopeless Without You’ is available for streaming and downloads globally here: https://fanlink.to/HopelessWithoutYou

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Premiere: EL Gee’s ‘Bakka’ Is An Anthem Dedicated To Appreciating Women [STREAM HERE]

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EL Gee releases new banger to kick off the year. ‘Bakka’ is an Afrobeat song programmed by hitmaker, Fimfim. ‘Bakka’ is an anthem dedicated to appreciating a woman’s body. EL Gee sings about how he is losing control from watching the way a girl is moving her Bakka. This song feels good and is sure to get you in a dancing mood.

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Yaz Meen & Wanlov The Kubolor Sing A Love Ode For Country And Childhood Memories On New Song ‘How Are You’

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Once upon a time, a girl born in Ghana made a love song for her country. That girl is Yaz Meen, and she featured Wanlov the Kubolor. If you love music rich in storytelling, then Yaz Meen’s new song ‘How Are You’ is certainly one for you. Stream ‘How Are You’ by Yaz Meen here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/how-are-you-feat-wanlov-the-kubolor/1544716416

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Yaz Meen who is the daughter of legendary producer, Faisal Helwani says ‘’How Are You is a song that tells the story of her profound love for her country as well as highlighting some insecurities. ‘How Are You’ is a love ode to her country even though sometimes she feels like a stranger in it’’.

‘’My father was Lebanese with Egyptian roots, my mum is a mix of Ga and Ewe, German, British, and Portuguese. Today, I see young mixed kids going through similar experiences I have been through and I am here to tell them it’s OK to be unique. My new song ‘How Are You’ featuring Wanlov the Kubolor explains the meanings of some of these words we use unknowingly’’, Yaz Meen on the inspiration behind the song.

‘How Are You’ is hallmarked with several catchy jargons inspired by Yaz Meen’s past growing up as a mixed-race girl in Ghana. ‘’Blofonyo! How are you? I am fine, thank you! This is the song little kids in Osu would sing as they chased me on the streets of Osu many years ago. Fast forward to today, I hear more shouts of ‘’Obroni!’’ as the Twi language gains wider ground throughout the capital. As I grew older, I began to understand that many of them meant well, and meant it jovially. Even though many times I felt singled out and alienated, it only made me stronger’’, Yaz Meen explained about her experience growing up.

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