15 Ghanaian Songs With Iconic Intros That We Can’t Stop Listening To

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One thing most musicians don’t realize is how the intro to their song could be a better marketing tool to sell their songs in reaching a wide audience.

The first few bars or notes of a song can become so readily identifiable and famous that they surpass the song that inspired them.

Over the weekend a conversation was started on Twitter by @StAgy_99 asking a very important question, “What Ghanaian song has the greatest intro?

It is not always a case where an intro to a song will start with a series of words or a monologue. An intro can be a sample “voice-over” or instrumentation that draws listeners into the song, opening them up to the world of the musician.

An intro can be so powerful to the extent that, you get to sing or hum the intro even after you are listening to the song.

We’re referring to intros that not just entice, but drive you to stay listening, mostly because they create anticipation and lead into something fantastic.

Check out 15 Ghanaian songs with the Greatest intro.

Praye- Run Things

Amakye Dede-Akwadaa Wesoa

Castro- Toffee

Sydney – Apuskeleke

Ofori Amponsah- Emmanuella

R2Bees ft Sarkodie – Bayla Trap

Kwaw Kese – Poppin ft. Dadie Opanka 

Dr Cryme – Kill Me Shy

R2bees-Life (Walaahi)

La Même Gang – Godzilla (- Vibes Sor Ni)(Feat. Darkovibes, Kiddblack & Nxwrth

R2bees – Ajeii Feat. Sarkodie Nana Boroo

Screwface ft. Castro – Bue Bue

R2Bees – I dey mad 

Sean Lifer -Ma Drip ft O’Kenneth,Reggie,Jay Bahd,KwakuDMC,Kawabanga & City Boy

Kwesi Arthur – Winning (Official Music Video) ft. Vic Mensa

Source: Kuulpeeps

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