The Month of March saw a lot of artists drop the best of projects in March. Before introducing you to the new music dropping for the month of April we have rounded up the 7 best projects from our favorite artists that were released in the month of March.
This months list includes E.L’s Wavs Album, Yaw Tog’s Time Ep, Asi Renie Sekbi Legacy Ep, Pappy kojo’s Logos II, Osabutey’s Greatest Ep, Boorle Minick’s The Things I’ll Never Say and Jupitar’s The One.
We introduce to you 7 of the best projects to have dropped in March.
E.L continues to rebel against all calls to stick to a single genre as he releases his new album and it is indeed delightfully different. A ‘’Jack of all genres’’ throughout his career, the marque rapper-songwriter is one of the very few artists in the globe who have the unique dexterity of maintaining world-class quality no matter the genre they attempt.
‘’WAVS’’ is available on all digital streaming platforms globally here: https://orcd.co/elwavsalbum
Yaw Tog – TIME Ep
Yaw Tog is out with his first official Studio EP and he titles this Extended Play “Time EP” featuring Stormzy, Kwesi Arthur and Sean Lifer. TIME EP has seven (7) solid songs on it produced by KhendiBeatz, Juiczx, Doosis, DG Production, and ChrisRich. Yaw Tog continues to impress with his streak as a commanding performer, rapping with a charisma that belies his years. However, his thematic concerns, which mostly borders around adjusting to life as a superstar, is indicative of the fact that Yaw Tog is still a high schooler.
Asi Renie- Sekbi Legacy Ep
This project is an exclusive collaboration between Sekbi Bogolan and yours truly. Inspired by the Sekbi Bogolan Values; I tapped into a different side of myself on this project, more rooted and very spiritual!. All the songs were inspired by what Sekbi Bogolan stands for: a new way of approaching the African narrative that evolves between heritage and modernity, and lastly, celebrating diversity. In simple words, the Sekbi spirit and mine were aligned”.
Stream here Sekbi Legacy Ep
Pappy Kojo – Logos II
The long-awaited debut album by Ghanaian rapper , Pappy Kojo is a 15 track-listing impressive body of work which conceals Pappy Kojo’s funny persona exhibited on social media. Featuring a star-studded list of musicians in Ghana , Nigeria, South African and Australia, Pappy Kojo steps out of his comfort zone, parading through atypical melodies and converting them into perfect harmonies.
Pappy Kojo enlists the likes of Joey B, Sarkodie, Fameye, Adina Thembi, Kofi Kinaata, Kiddblack, Magnom, Kelvynboy, Busiswa, RJZ, Phyno and others on this multi-genre album pivoted on Afrobeat sentiments.
Stream here Logos II
Osabutey – Greatest Ep
Greatest Ep” is a four-track Ep clocking at exactly 14 minutes 20 seconds. The Ep was produced Poizone(Intro, Greatest, Outro) and Shebibeatz (Leebi) with additional production by Khalisax. The Ep was also mixed and mastered by Posigee and Seshi.
This project is a message from OSA to the world that is about to receive him. He leads us through a journey of his metamorphosis as an artist and a person.
Stream here OSA Greatest
Boorle Minick – “The Things I’ll Never Say”
Boorle Minick’s Project is a fun project to listen to Featuring Yung Pabi, McRay, and Endiz, “The Things I’ll Never Say” according to Boorle Minick are deepest thoughts and feelings that stayed in my heart and mind.
Stream here “The Things I’ll Never Say”
Jupitar – The One
After a brief hiatus from the music scene, Jupitar makes a big come back with this 20-track star studded album. The album features Shatta Wale, Samini, Sarkodie, Yaa Pono, Tinny and Medikal with production credit to Brainy Beatz, Wonda Beatz, Dee Shine and Genius Selection. Jupitar served us with a masterpiece which is a fusion of Hip-Hop, HighLife and Dancehall genre.
Stream here The One
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