Comparing the month of April to that of March, we will say this month has been a very good month. Considering the caliber of artists that dropped their music, we were very entertained. We had a long list of songs we considered for this list, upon much deliberations we decided on 14 of the best songs that dropped this month.
Enjoy the best of songs we can’t stop streaming for the month of April;
Octoblien feat. Abitemi- Attention
Octoblien’s April release ‘Attention’ features Abitemi. The new release ‘Attention’ comes as her second of the year, rocking a regal interlude that finely assimilates the song’s mood and feel.
Octoblien and Abitemi gel seamlessly too, diffusing the Afrobeat song with delicately sang lyrics which uplift the already solid instrumentation. But it’s Octoblien and Abitemi’s crooning that comes out on top. Both artists pull off a moving vocal show, sweetly painting a picture of their little novel to fans.
Stream here Attention
Kwame Yesu feat. Black Sherif, Kimilist – Anadwo
ReBo Tribe’s very own Kwame Yesu teams up with Black Sherif & Kimilist for yet another crazy hip-hop/drill song titled ANADWO, an inspirational bop that starts off right with witty but clever bars from Kwame Yesu motivating the youth to go hard on their grind till the dream works.
Black Sheriff delivers a catchy hook with melodic raps that gets listeners in the groove; with another hard rap verse from Mimlife’s rap sensation Kimilist
Camidoh feat. Eugy Official- Available
Camidoh has finally released the much-awaited song titled “Available.” Available by Camidoh features Eugy and was produced by LayKayBeatz.
Pure Akan – Mobetie
After close to four years of dropping his debut album, Pure Akan in his latest new single “Mobɛtie” has announced his Sophomore Album is ready.
Pure Akan’s Onipa Akoma album has been called one of the best albums in Ghana since its release in 2017 and has even been named the “best selling album” on the aftown music streaming platform.
Fans have waited long to know when his next album will be out and he answers all their questions on “Mobɛtie”.
Mobɛtie which translates from the Akan language (local dialect of the Akan people) as “You Will listen” is the Pure Akan latest hit. Clocking at over 2 mins, the song gives fans a foretaste of what to expect in his upcoming Album.
Smallgod feat. R2bees – Simple Instruction
Smallgod shows his reach by digging into his rolodex and recruiting the legendary R2bees for his new single ‘Simple Instruction’. The song which serves as the second single off his highly anticipated album Building Bridges, is a blend of classic coastal Jazz Highlife and Afrobeats. Production duties are handled by the almighty Streetbeatz, whose genius mesh of horns and percussions create a groove that is guaranteed to move your feet.
Blaqbonez feat. Amaarae, Buju– Bling
Nigerian Rapper, Blaqbonez comes through with a brand new single titled “Bling.”
Assisted by Amaarae and Spaceship entertainment’s Buju, Bling is an exciting single that serves as his second release of 2021 as we anticipate his “Sex > Love” album.
Stonebwoy X Vic Mensa – Blessing
Stonebwoy and Vic Mensa trade verses over a smooth, sunkissed Afrobeats production on ‘Blessing,’ with lyrics outlining each artist’s rise to prominence. The song is followed by a moving official video, which features nostalgic footage of blue skies and rising suns interspersed with scenes of the two dancing together. Stonebwoy continues his prolific start to the new year with ‘Blessing.’
‘Blessings’ stamps as Stonebwoy’s second official release of year following his precursory output ‘We Move’.
S3fa ft Mr Drew – E Choke
Tagged as one of Ghana’s talented composers, the singer adds to her impressive discography, this song titled ‘E Choke’, a term coined by Nigerian international music star, Davido.
Sefa performs a duet with the multifaceted Ghanaian music act of Highly Spiritual Music, Mr. Drew on this Afrobeat song infused the piano-based Amapiano tones.
Stream: E Choke
JEAN FEIER – Makoma
“Makoma” is an alternative song infused with high-life elements that originate from Ghana. The singer’s minimalistic approach in delivering poetry in 3 languages leaves you floating in the moment. Her effortless transitions while telling a story of bitter sweet love, are both melodious and earnest.
Y’akoto – Whats good
‘What’s Good’ stands for a feeling. I’ve never felt comfortable telling other people how to deal with this or that situation – or how to make them feel. The song could be a little hint, or just a song that makes you feel good in the moment.
Stream: Whats Good
Twitch 4EVA Feat. Oxlade- Chaskele Remix
Produced by Ground Up Chale in-house engineer, Rayf, the song breathes a new verse from Nigeria’s Oxlade, whose smooth vocals helps uplift the heartbreak theme the song comes with.
The crooner sings his heart out in this beautiful piece asking his woman not to break his heart. The mid-tempo love song sees both artists burst their windpipes to profess their love. ‘Chaskele’ is a Ghanaian bat and ball game played between two players; with that analogy, Twitch 4EVA asks that his heart is not played with like such game. Oxlade brought his A-game on this new one. ‘Chaskele’ is definitely a song that speaks to lovers to stick to each other in times of needs and hardships.
DBlack & Quamina MP featuring Stonebwoy – Enjoyment Minister
This month, Ghanaian rapper and entrepreneur, D-Black released his second single of the year. Ahead of his forthcoming studio album dubbed ‘Loyalty,’ D-Black linked up with Ground Up Chale talent, Quamina Mp and multiple award-winning Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall, Stonebwoy for this Amapiano-inspired song titled ‘Enjoyment Minister’, a title he earned for being a consistent roisterer.
Joeboy feat. Kwesi Arthur – Door Remix
Afropop sensation Joeboy has released a remix for one of the tracks on his latest album titled ‘Door’ produced by Tempoe, with additional vocals from Ghanaian singer and rapper Kwesi Arthur. If you believe in love and second chances, this song is for you.
Sarkodie- No Fugazy
If you’ve got fakes take it to the back. In his new hit, “No Fugazy,” Sarkodie let fans know he all about legit brands. For all of the talk about buying and wearing fake big name designer shoes, Sarkodie addresses the issue in the only way he knows how.
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