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Amalina Shows Face With Release Of New Single “We Party” | LISTEN



Amalina is here, strictly ZERO competition! She’s here to write her own narrative. 1,2,3 songs already released to test the waters. But the young sprouting Ghanaian musician has just made a statement with her latest cut “We Party”.

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She drops “We Party”, her 4th official single, and this song is going to get the whole world talking. With an official video already shot for the song in South Africa, dropping soon just after this monster of a banger!

“We Party” would come off as a very controversial song that eulogizes weed smokers having a good time with their party. Explaining the song would mean taking the juice out of it so take a listen to it here (below) yourself and make your own assessment.

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Signed to JR Music, Amalina does World Music — a combination of Afrobeats, Highlife, Hiplife, Afro Fusion, Dancehall, Reggae, RnB, Hiphop.

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About Amalina (Editor’s Notes)
Amalina isn’t the artiste who wants to be boxed in one genre; for her, music has to be global and communicate all the worldly sounds, lyrics and ensembles. She is from Ghana, in Africa, she does indigenous African music (Highlife, Afrobeats) as well as Reggae, Dancehall, Soca. She’s versatile in RnB, Soul and even Hiphop — she just wants to be known as a “Musician” with no limits to genre.

Born on November 27th in 1995 as Amegah Paulina Timson. She loved music while growing up but it became a passion later in life during school. She joined the school choir and later began recording in studios in 2nd Year of her High School (in 2013).

With my first song I got featured by colleague in school to sing the chorus of his song. From then on, I got people asking me to sing their chorus for them as well that’s how come I started doing my own songs as well.

Amalina admires Beyoncé a lot.

“I admire Beyoncé for being able to sing and be recognized for such great and wild talent she has; that motivated me feel to inch further and hone my craft so I can also be heard too and recognized for doing great music that influences people” — Amalina

Prior to getting signed to JR Music, Amalina has never been signed to any record label.

“I met my immediate boss (JMJ — Joshua Raphaelson) through recommendation from a friend. He took an interest in my talent and hence got signed, so I’m here to work and feed music to the world and create influence”, Amalina intimated.


O’lay Original Releases New Christmas Banger “Baakor” | LISTEN



After two (2) long years of musically starving his fans, Africa and its entirety is about witnessing a shake in the music sector as Ghana’s reggae-dancehall icon, Benjamin Nii Antiaye Quarshie A.K.A O’lay Original makes a pristine comeback with an already burgeoning and enthralling single, ‘BAAKOR’ for December and its festivities.

Baakor is a boisterous AmaPiano rhythm with a feel of Afrobeats, skewered to not only tell a cognitive love story but with a gyrating groove uniquely made to place Ghana on the highest pantheon in the international markets. produced and mastered by Dream Jay, the song, baakor, a Ga dialect which translates ‘come take it’ sterns at ushering us into this year’s festivities and beyond.

With a soothing voice and unmatched creativity, O’lay Original girds at dominating the Ghanaian music scenes and he starts with baakor. The three-minute and forty-six seconds bowled-over track will cement the fact that O’lay Original is Ghana’s next music export and will rule for long if not forever. From arrangement to delivery, sound amongst other professional elements tells his preparedness for the show business

Before his two years music hibernation, the artiste had already whelped smash hits like After Church which featured Article Wan, Bolemo, Worsu, and Majesty. His latest add-up, however, is currently the most searched and sought-after song on the internet a few hours after its release. It is superciliously becoming one of Ghana’s groundbreaking hit singles and spreading wide beyond the horizons of Africa.

Baakor is currently available for streams and downloads on all digital stores and download portals.

O’lay Original – Baakor [Download]

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Nature Drip Delivers Immaculate Vibes On “Make I Blow” | LISTEN



Nature Drip, talented Ghanaian Afrobeat, Afropop, and Reggae artist signed to KMG Records, has officially released a new single.

After gracing many concepts across the Volta Region, the versatile artist known as a powerhouse in the music industry titled his new single “Make I Blow.”

“Make I Blow” tells the story of a young artist who has faced many difficulties in life since he was a child as a result of a broken home. Unwilling to give up, he has placed his faith in God to make him a top star in the world.

Lyrically, he is not only speaking for himself, but also for all those whose voices are not heard.

As a promising artist, his song “Make I Blow,” uwas produced by Pizzaro Beats and mastered and mixed by award-winning producer MOG Beats.

Listen and enjoy below.

Connect with Nature Drip on these handles below.

Facebook: Nature Drip

Twitter: KMG Records

Instagram: @Nature_Drip_


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Listen: Mawuly Feat Tulenkey – One For The Road (Prod By Mix Masta Garzy)



MTN Hitmaker season 8 and most promising rapper Mawuly brings to us what seems to be another hot banger for this Christmas season and beyond.

Titled ‘One For The Road, which he teams up Ghanaian Rapper Tulenkey and was produced by Ghana’s biggest and highly-valued record producer Mix Masta Garzy, Mawuly shows his humorous side on a hot dance beat,

This hot tune is certainly one for the streets, and in no doubt, will get anyone on their feet to show their dancing skills.

The budding rapper looks poised to take his place in the game by widening his fan base.

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