Ghanaian artiste Mohammed Ismail Sherif popularly known as Black Sherif has wrapped up the year with a remix of his smash hit tune dubbed Second Sermon.
Burna Boy, a highly rated Nigerian musician and GRAMMY Award winner, joins the trending brilliant rap artiste to unleash this masterpiece, which is poised to take over the radios and dominate charts anytime soon.
You may recall that Black Sherif released first Sermon official video on May 17, 2021, and the song received a lot of great feedback from music fans and entertainment critics. The first sermon song broke boundaries and dominated number one on various music charts.
Because of the success of the first sermon, Killer Blacko decided to release the second version of the Sermon freestyle on July 16 which has garnered over 8 million plus views on YouTube.
The message in the song focus more on the difficulties by Ghanaian youth. In the first week after its released, the ‘Second Sermon’ had over a million streams on Apple Music, Audiomack, YouTube and other digital platforms.
‘Sermon Remix’ is a fantastic piece of music that you should add to your playlist and listen to over and over.
Listen to the song and share your candid opinions with us in the comment section below.
Meanwhile, Black Sherif will perform alongside Ghanaian singer Gyakie at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel’s “Experience Live with Gyakie” event on Sunday 19th December 2021.
GoldUp Music, Badda General,Zj Liquid unleashes a music video of their mega-hit “Barrel Remix” featuring Stylo G and sensational Ghanaian dancehall act Shatta Wale.
On the song, each artist describes their ideal contents of the barrel but fresh verse and unfamiliar “vibes” from African dancehall king Shatta Wale when insisting Jamaican Badda General to say “Banku” Ghanaian local dish made from corn makes the remix song a mega-hit.
The “Barrel Remix” comes with music video directed by Shifty Design JA and produced by GoldUp Music
Khaled Mohamed Khaled popularly known as DJ Khaled announced on Tuesday that he will be releasing his new self titled album dubbed Khaled Khaled this Friday.
DJ Khaled listed his sons as the album cover album which features some American heavyweight artistes namely Jay Z, Nas etc. This project was mastered and engineered by We the Best Music, Epic and Roc Nation.
Taking to Twitter , DJ Khaled posted a video of himself purchasing jewelry worth around $2.5 million to Celebrate his Album release which he discovers that, Cardi B’s vocals is in the last minute of which he sent her earlier made him over excited to leap into his swimming pool even and confirmed that she’s ready to join the Khaled Khaled train with song “Big Paper”
The last time the two joined forces together was when they appeared on Father of Ashad album by DJ Khaled in 2019 and also worked together on the Jenifer Lopez’s single “Dinero”song in 2018.
Shatta Wale has dropped a new hit titled “Rich Life” with American based Ghanaian Artiste, named GhDisastrous.
Gh Disastrous, a record labelmate of Shatta Wale, was once signed to Bullhaus Entertainment and even collaborated with Shattawale in 2015 to produce a magical tune with great visuals dubbed “Mi Sumo” .
The “Rich Life” song comes with visuals produced by Jamaican YGF and directed by Smuuv Studios.
Ghanaian dancehall Artiste Stonebwoy had illustrated his journey to stardom in his latest track titled “We Move””
The single talks about how he has proven himself consistently with his musical talents and abilities, fusing the genres of Afropop, dancehall, and reggae into one and stamping it with his signature style and swag.
A true believer in the notion that hard work pays off, the “Go higher” hitmaker is always on his peak to deliver and bless his fans with nothing short of bangers.
The “We move” song comes with video produced by Nektunes and mastered by Mix Master Garzy
Ghanaian recording music artist and producer, Shatta Wale links up with Jamaican dancehall artist Skillibeng to drop one of his songs off from Gift Of God Album dubbed ‘Blow Up’ produced by GoldUp Music and Eastsyde records.
This collaborative effort has been stamped as a ‘Historic Collaboration’ on account of how esteemed these acts are in their respective regions.
Turning our attention to Skillibeng who he’s currently generating a big buzz in the Eastern end of Jamaica with his witty and unique delivery together with his new age flows.
The African dancehall king Shatta Wale and Eastsyde signee Skillibeng synced perfectly on this top notch produced song and it’s a record worth listening to.
Ghanaian drill MC Yaw Tog has sets a new record on YouTube following his new song dubbed “Sore” remix.
The Fast-rising Ghanaian musicianreleased the remix to his hit song “Sore” on March 4 which has now become the fast Ghanaian song to ever hit 1 million views on Youtube within 3 days after its released.
The visuals to the remix comes along with features from UK’s Stormzy and fellow Ghanaian rapper Kwesi Arthur, shot in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region and was directed by Koo Poku Studios.
Stormzy and Yaw Tog first connected in Ghana at the start of the year when the U.K. rapper performed at the UPP Fest.
The original song which features the Asaaka boys was released in late 2020 and has already hit 2.5 million views on Youtube
The Sore remix song will appear on Yaw Tog’s debut EP dubbed Time on March 25.