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Y-Bayani Baby Naa

Y-Bayani and Baby Naa’s coincidental collaboration makes for the perfect roots-reggae song

by Editor | 18th January 2018

It’s Thursday and we’re feeling groovier than usual, thanks to this release by Philophon premiered at Música Macondo. Ghanian reggae artist Y-Bayani got stood up by a vocalist when church singer Baby Naa showed up at the studio. The result is even better than you could imagine, as if the two artists were musically meant […]

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Wisa Greid

by Editor | 1st December 2017

Ghanaian singer Wisa Greid fuses highlife and afrobeats with producer DJ Breezy. Both artists are part of the Black Avenue Muzik stable of artists. Greid first uploaded tunes online in 2017. The below track, ‘Miss You’, is his first official release.

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DJ Katapila

by Editor | 2nd November 2017

Fairly well-known thanks to label Awesome Tapes From Africa, DJ Katapila spreads the traditional sounds from Ghana using club-friendly electronic drums around the world. His latest release, the 12″ single Totro, is an indisputable dance floor shaker. Taking elements from footwork, house and the 808 cowbell sample; its four tracks are a must-have for any DJ […]

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Featured Artist MORE ENTRIES

Jojo Abot is one truly inspiring individual. Born in Ghana and based in NYC, her visual, written and musical work is fully charged with emotion, philosophy and social commitment. Her afro-hypno-sonic (a genre she has self-coined) songs talk about giving …

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Y-Bayani Baby Naa

Y-Bayani and Baby Naa’s coincidental collaboration makes for the perfect roots-reggae song

by Editor | 18th January 2018

It’s Thursday and we’re feeling groovier than usual, thanks to this release by Philophon premiered at Música Macondo. Ghanian reggae artist Y-Bayani got stood up by a vocalist when church singer Baby Naa showed up at the studio. The result is even better than you could imagine, as if the two artists were musically meant […]

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