19 Ghanaian Artists Besides Asaaka Guys Who Deliver Incredibly Well On Drill Beats. A Tilly Akua Nipaa Story
In the year 2020, drill music was introduced heavily into the Ghanaian music scene from Kumasi. However around Ghana, here are some artists who have proven that they they are versatil enough to hope and the new trend.
In no particular order, lets big up with the Asaaka guys made up of Yaw Tog, Kawabanga, OKenneth, Reggie, Jay Bahd, City Boy, Kwaku DMC, Sean Lifer. who have influenced the drill culture heavily with songs like Akatoc, Sore, Condemn, Madrip to mention a few. Their deliver on each song has been exceptional winningthe hearts of most Ghanaians.
Songs like Akobam and Cold have made Joey B an artist whose name can not be taken out of this list.
Medikal has also on countless songs proved that he’s got the drill vibe in his DNA:
Kofi Mole is also a drill lover who delivers beautifully on drill songs. Casing point with Pulele:
Rockstar is also not one to back down from attacking a drill beat. Check him out on Otaan hunu remix and Yeeko by Okyeame Kwame:
Although not popular or known by most music users B. Brefo is also a young Ghanaian musician who spits nothing but magic on drill beats. Exemplifying with his latest single, Meet The Woo.
Sarkodie, even though does not have his own drill song has proven on Joey B’s Cold that he can jump on the new trend and make some magic pop out of it.
The Fvck boys President and the Class Prefect for the stubborn boys at the back has also through his 50 song proved that ‘killing’ a drill beat is like taking candy from a baby:
Y Pee Baakop3 is one of the pioneers of the drill movement in Kumasi. DeHaving featured on so mny drill songs like Ekorso, Ahodwo Las Vegas etc and now his own Shishi:
King Paluta, another strong force from the Ashanti land also with his song called Shatta did some monstrosity:
Also representing the ladies has been Sista Afia with her banger with Kweku flick Sika:
Oldie but goodie, Okyeame Kwame with Yeeko has also shown that he is current and can not be left out of this conversation:
Repping the Fante Land has been Pappy Kojo with 1 Sima:
Money, Bye Bye and other songs from Kweku Flick has made the young artist eligible for this list:
GadOne records signee, Kofi Jamar after blessing Ghanaians with songs like Ekorso has definitely secured a spot on this list:
Breaking the music scene with Otaa Hunu, the Remix and now Against both Dead Peepol and Rich kent are bosses on drill beats:
In spite of not given the necessary respect, Kweku smoke is one of the few artists to introduce drill to the space with songs like Krakye Geng:
Once we are on Kweku Smoke, Bosom P Yung can not be leaft out, here is why:
The first Reggae Dancehall artist to feature on this list is Shatta Wale with his Ahodwo Las vegas project:
Last on my list will be a young lady that shocked me that i know will shock you too Yaa Jackson. Check this out: