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Listen: Ghanaian songs for your weekend playlist

Featuring Sarkodie, Camidoh, Kwesi Arthur, Akwaboah, Cina Soul, Kofi Mole, Joey B, Medikal, Shatta Wale, Darkovibes, and more.
We have highlighted some of the groovy songs for the weekend ahead of the GHOne TV’s Duvet Love fair coming up on Friday, February 11, at the GHOne TV premises.

Here’s our round-up of the best tracks and music videos that came across our desks. Check out our picks of the best Ghanaian songs for the weekend below:

Camidoh ‘Sugar Cane’

“Sugarcane,” featuring Phantom, has been making waves and gaining social traction since it debuted in the last quarter of 2021. The growth of the song has been massive, while Tiktok is also a considerable factor. It has since garnered over 6 million streams across all platforms, with most celebrities and influencers personally pushing for a wider reach globally.

It made a significant entry into the top ten (10) Shazam’s global afrobeats charts. The song claims the number seven (7) spot on the platform with over 40k Shazams.

On Apple Music, the song is currently sitting at the second spot on the Top 100: Ghana on the Apple Music chart.

Earlier this week, King Promise shared a preview of what appears to be a remix of Camidoh’s commercial success.

Kwabena Kwabena – Afraid To Lose You

Ghanaian iconic Highlife musician, Kwabena Kwabena returns back to serve fans and music lovers with his brand new love single captioned “Afraid To Lose You”.

This new song “Afraid To Lose You” is Kwabena Kwabena’s first single of the year.

Kuami Eugene ‘Fire Fire’

Taken off his Afro Highlife EP, the four-time record-holding Highlife Artiste of the Year of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards released the official music video for his new banger ‘Fire Fire’

The song was released to celebrate his 25th birthday on February 1, 2022, to put a smile on his fans’ faces.
The video was directed by Rex and produced by Kuami Eugene.

Kelvyn Boy- Down Flat

Award-winning Ghanaian Afrobeat singer, Kelvyn Boy returns with this catchy single tagged “Down Flat”.

Sarkodie ‘ Non-Living Thing’ feat. Oxlade

Rapper Sarkodie has dropped the official music video for “Non-Living Thing” featuring Nigerian star singer Oxlade, off his latest studio album No Pressure. “Non-Living Thing” is one of the standout tunes from No Pressure so it’s great to see the song finally get visual treatment, which was directed by the talented Andy Madjitey.

Akwaboah ‘Obiaa’ feat. Cina Soul

Ghanaian singer Akwaboah opened the year with style! Here, he teamed up with singer Cina Soul for an amazingly beautiful highlife tune, titled “Obiaa.” The song is taken off his just-released album Lighthouse, and it’s one of the best songs you’ll listen to this month.

Kofi Mole Ft. Joey B ‘Work’

Rapper Kofi Mole dropped the lead single off his album Knackaveli, which he followed up with the full body of work shortly after. The song is titled “Work” and it’s a tag-team effort featuring a guest verse from rapper Joey B, who showed out as usual.

Ground Up Chale x Kwesi Arthur ”ASHAWO SEASON’

From the camp of a Ghanaian record label, Ground Up Chale comes a brand new offering from Kwesi Arthur, but this one is a tad bit different from a typical Kwesi Arthur joint. This one is a chopped-up sound bite of Kwesi declaring 2022 as “ashawo season,” turned into an upbeat afrobeats joint by Ground Up’s in-house producer A-Swxg.

Medikal & Shatta Wale ‘Stubborn Academy’

It’s no secret that Medikal and Shatta Wale are good friends. That dynamic reflects in their creative work as well, as the duo consistently release music together. The rapper and singer dropped this brand new dance tune titled “Stubborn Academy”, an up-tempo afrobeats cut.


Asakaa poster boys O’Kenneth and Reggie are getting ready for the release of the second instalment of their joint project Straight Outta Kumerica. Off the tape is this one right here is titled “All Eyes,” and in the song, O’Kenneth and Reggie ask to be liberated from the stern attention from foes that are steady monitoring their next moves.

DarkoVibes ‘Comforter’

Darkovibes is never in a short supply of hits. He dropped the official video of a song off his debut album Kpanlogo, released back in 2020. The song is titled “Comforter,” and it’s an afro-fusion joint that sees the versatile singer show off his songwriting chops with this heartfelt love song.

Shatta Wale ‘LandLord’

Shatta Wale began his 2022 run of singles with this one titled “Landlord,” a clean afrobeats bop. It’s a solo effort produced by Beatz Vampire for some easy, enjoyable listening from the dancehall singer.

Source: Starr FM



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