Birthed in South Africa’s slum community, Amapiano has evolved from a groove to a way of life. Amapiano is now the biggest music genre in Africa in terms of consumption and popularity. Below are the top 5 Ghanaian Amapiano Songs So Far.
Larusso ft DayOnTheTrack – Amapiano
Dancehall act Larusso proved his “worth” again with this banger. The dancehall sensation started his musical career in Secondary School and went on to release “Killy Killy”. The music gem blends the Jamaican sound with traditional Caribbean beats in his music.
Amapiano is a high-tempo song that’s filled with clinking basslines, melodic rhythms, and syncopated piano sounds.
DBlack ft Stonebwoy & Quamina mp – Enjoyment Minister
One of the pioneers of Ghanaian hip-hop and the Boss of Black Avenue Muzik, DBlack teamed up with Dancehall act Stonebwoy and Hiplife/ Afrobeats sensation Quamina mp to deliver this banger.
The music visuals, which was directed by Rexford Kyei- Sarkodie, was well arranged, sonically, and aesthetically pleasing. It’s a song that will be on the Ghanaian music charts for a long time.
Kelvynboy & Quamina mp – Choco
Kelynboy showed off his musical strength and versatility with “Choco”. The sounds in the music are harmonically related, its pitch and timbre are on point. The Afrobeats sensation has been tipped as the next “big thing” in the Western part of Africa.
The groovy lyrics by Quamina mp is worth listening to. This song is surely going to top the Ghanaian music charts in the coming weeks.
Adina Thembi ft Mr.JazziQ – Shoulder
Ghanaian R&B and Afropop singer Adina Thembi rose to fame and prominence after releasing a hit single titled “Too Late”. The young talented musician has vocal control, a good singing tone, and makes singing seem very easy.
The visuals of the song are filled with both the Ghanaian and South African culture with a touch of jazz and “airy pads” and beats.
Pappy Kojo & Busiswa – Thomas Pompoy3yaw
One of the pioneers of Tadi rap, Pappy Kojo teamed up with South Africa’s songwriter and poet Busiswa on this classical song.
The visuals of the song are filled with the traditional lifestyle of the people of Takoradi. This song should surely be on your music playlist.
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Story By Samuel Addo-Kofi