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M3NSA – GHETTO FEAT SARKODIE

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It was a few months ago that M3nsa announced during a performance with Sena Dagadu at Republic Bar, Osu of his yet to be released album RED RED.

RED RED is a collaborative album between one half of the FOKN Bois-Mensa and ELO, a producer and multi instrumentalist from Budapest.

The first single, Ghetto which features rap beast Sarkodie is a call on ‘ghetto’ers’ to keep a positive mentally and that they can trade that life for the best.

The song has impressive visuals to match-the choreography and camera angels are amazing. It features a cameo by new hip life sensation, Pappy Kojo and Wanlov, a half of FOKN Bois, who disrupted the fun.

R2BEES – M’AKOMA

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‘If a fool becomes wise, all things cease to be as it is’. This is what the Tema based duo is saying in their latest single M’akoma (My Heart). The song talks about betrayal and the hurtful feelings associated with love gone wrong.

In this KayWa produced single reeking of pure, smooth highlife charm, Mugeez (who never goes wrong with his delivery) and Paedae seem to float, effortlessly on the beat, delivering an infectious highlife song.

R2Bees has come to a stage in their career where they are confident to step into another genre and churn out a beautiful melody. Remember, some of their biggest hits have come by way of going highlife. With the depreciating traction highlife is receiving with the turn of the millennium, it is heart -warming to see the duo releasing highlife flavoured tunes.

M’akoma is the second single with a highlife feel the duo have released this year-the first being Lobi.

POP SKINNY FT SARKODIE – PARTY WITH US

Rapper cum radio presenter pope Skinny teams up with Sarkodie on Party With Us. The song is one for the dancefloor courtesy its high tempo, dancehall tinged beats. Party With Us has the shade of his hit tune ‘Hot Cake’-with Shatta Wale.

The lyrics of the song are not worth remembering because they say nothing deep. The strength of the song is the beats-an invitation to sweat it out on the dancefloor.

It should fit on in any party djs playlist.

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