Ghanaian-UK producer Jae5 has been exploring new sounds and finding the best new act to work with from Africa. After creating magic tunes with Nigerian Artist Buju, Jae5 is on to Ghana to explore the new sounds from the Motherland. Jae5 has now approved of Black Sherif’s trap music style.
Jae5 was in Nigeria last week meeting with new artist from the Nigerian Artist and creating new songs with them.
Jae5 will be in Ghana next month to find the next big act in Ghana. And as the universe will have, with the stars aligned Black Sherif Ghana’s hottest artist at the moment has caught the attention of Jae5.
“Now back to business ! I’m back in ghana next month can guys pls help me find the most talented artist from ghana preferable not already big. Wana make some high life fusions that fit in with modern music. I’m actually gona try go through all the recommendations. Pls no nonsense.”
In a reply to a video of Black Sherif’s “First Sermon”, Jae5 quoted the Tweet saying “This is fxcking hard.“
Jae5 is known for his blend of genres to create a very distinctive sound. His recent song Dimension features Rema and Skepta. Speaking on the track JAE5 states: “For my first single, I wanted to pull off something that represented me well. It had to be heavily influenced by Afrobeats and the UK urban scene. Skepta & Rema are the perfect combination. Dimension is a meaningful track with a vibe! Skepta as always delivers the maddest verse and Rema on the hook – that guy just isn’t normal! I hope everyone enjoys the track.”
JAe5 is also the producer for UK artist JHus and was the executive producer for JHus debut Album “Common Sense”
We can’t wait to hear the magic Black Sherif and Jae5 will be creating.
Befor the month of May ended, Black Sherif’s latest single “First Sermon” was currently the number one song in Ghana according to Apple Music’s Top 100 Ghana giving his first debut at the Apple Music Top 100 Ghana.
The song has received support from Sarkodie, Criss Waddle, and Edem projecting him as the next big Artist to go mainstream in Ghana.
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