LATEST TRENDING GHANA SONGS IN 2021 Now, let’s get down to business. For many emerging and popular Ghanaian performers, this year has been particularly fruitful.
Hundreds of songs have been released this year in genres such as reggae/dancehall, afrobeats/afro-pop, highlife, hiplife/hip-hop, and gospel music. Local and online music charts have been busy shifting from old to new sounds.
Due to digital platforms such as TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat, and YouTube, many artists may brag of several successes. Since the outbreak, additional noises have been found on digital platforms. It’s also figured out how people listen to music. In a nutshell, the internet has generated more hits than local news outlets.
Kuami Eugene, KiDi, and Mr Drew have had an exceptional year thus far. Many people underestimated the impact of their recordings and appearances.
See 10 Ghanaian songs that topped the charts, reigned TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and Apple Music, and launched the careers of numerous new artists.
1. Kuami Eugene – Dollar On You
The Lynx Entertainment label star began the year with a gospel-style song called “Amen,” but “Dollar On You” elevated his brand, vocals, and career to new heights. Giovani Caleb, Dr Pounds, Jackline Mensah, and others make cameo cameos in the afrobeats song, which is backed by a star-studded video.
2. Kwame Yogot – Biibi Besi feat Kuami Eugene
Kwame Yogot made the correct option when he drew Kuami Eugene’s magic and influence for this song, which is a follow-up to his breakout hit, “Bitter Sweet.” It’s a mid-tempo afrobeats jam made for partying.
3. Kweku Darlington – Sika Aba Fie feat. Yaw Tog & Kweku Flick
After years of hard work, the Kumerican star finally got his big break this year with “Sika Aba Fie.” He recorded a few of significant songs last year, but not until he secured the blessings of Yaw Tog and Kweku Flick for this immediate smash. Kuami Eugene appears on a remix of the hip-hop song devoted to hustlers.
4. KiDi – Touch It
The Lynx Entertainment singer began the year on a high note, collaborating on the song “Spiritual” with Nigerian superstar Patoranking and label mate Kuami Eugene. But it was with “Touch It,” which is now TikTok’s favorite song, that he re-entered the international market.
5. Okyeame Kwame – Yeeko feat Kuami Eugene
‘Midas touch,’ says Kuami Eugene. One of the numerous examples is Okyeame Kwame’s return single. In an exclusive interview with Pulse.com.gh earlier this year, the ‘Rap Doctor’ revealed that Kuami Eugene wrote, arranged, and produced the song.
6. Sefa – E Choke feat Mr Drew
It’s the most important moment in Black Avenue Muzik’s career thus far, following years of stumbling onto a hit. In the previous two years, she has put in a lot of work and released some wonderful songs, but when she released “E Choke,” it became an immediate success.
7. King Promise – Slow Down
This year, the Teshie-Nugua star boy offered the internet a wonderful present. He launched the Nonsoamadi and Killbeatz-produced afrobeats tune without any controversy or media tricks, and it became an immediate smash.
8. O’kenneth – Agyeiwaa feat. Reggie & City Boy
Trolls tried to put an end to “Agyeiwaa,” but they had no idea it would become a TikTok and Instagram Reel favorite. Nothing, according to the stats, can stop brilliance.
9. Mr Drew – Mood
Michael Jackson of our generation provided us with music to dance to. When blasted through loudspeakers, “Mood” is a masterpiece, perfectly designed to move feet and bump heads.
10. Black Sherif – First Sermon