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Samini Features Medikal, Kofi Kinaata, Efya On “Burning” EP | LISTEN

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Samini serves a fine collection of his first ever EP titled “Burning”, a 6-track catalogue.

Ahead of his “Samini Xperience Concert” slated for December 24th, this EP is timely and perfectly fits his 40th birthday celebration later this month, on December 22nd.

With over 2 decades of consistency, giving Ghanaians great music from Reggae to Dancehall to Hiplife and more, Samini is one of the few music icons in Ghana, who has earned some envious but legendary feats.

Showing no signs of stopping any time soon, the musician has released another project to add to his wide-ranged discography. The EP, ‘Burning’ is a 6 track body of sheer goodness. Samini’s hold over melody is evident through the songs, giving nostalgic feelings on the Highlife inclusive project.

Unlike ‘Untamed’, his last major project that demonstrated his depth in the Reggae genre, the ‘Burning EP’ maintains his usual feel-good vibe but this time, he plays around with different genre fusions.

Listen to “Burning” EP Here: https://smarturl.it/samini-burningEP

Preceding the release of this full body of work was a first single release off the EP featuring Efya titled “Picture”, you might want to check out the official video for that single (below) on Youtube:

On the first song, Samini reminds you of what we know him for. It’s almost like a statement of what he represents right before he delivers different fusions and genres on subsequent songs. The song, ‘Paper’ is a riddim for any hustler trying to survive. Samini acknowledges “Inna dis life man is all about the paper” on the hook and goes on to dedicate the song to everyone working hard. It’s a motivational push to keep going.

In a poetic delivery, the next song, right after hustling, is a song about wanting someone… satisfying an attraction to a potential lover. The song, ‘Picture’ features Efya and was released as a single, months before. With an already released video to complement the song, Samini and Efya display their versatility and skill as long term gems in the music industry and perform a melodious representation of the start of modern-day relationships: from social media.

‘Ware Me’ featuring Medikal is a pleasant dip from the Reggae/Dancehall fusions. It is a Highlife song bound to get anyone dancing. The detailed production by Moniebeatz is a beautiful medley of the keyboard, drums and trumpets… giving off a live band feel to the song. On ‘Ware Me’, which means “marry me”, Samini sings throughout, warming you up for Medikal’s verse which he delivers effortlessly over the switched up production.

On the next song, ‘Quansemah’, Samini continues to maintain the authenticity in his Highlife fusions, this time, with production from Finchy. ‘Quansemah’ is an upbeat danceable tune featuring Kofi Kinaata who complements the song with his equally authentic style. The two obviously have fun with the song while asking their lover to forgive them for something they did.

Right before the project ends, Samini draws you back, to his original style and delivers lines about how blessed and thankful he is in patois, instantly giving you that feel of Reggae fusion not just for his delivery but the production as well.

Just like the embers left off a flame on an aptly titled EP, ‘Burning,’ Samini ends the project on a mellow note. The song, titled ‘Gone’ is a feel-good one about letting go and having fun. It’s an excellent song to wind down the project but still keep you feeling good.

The Burning EP is an impressive body of work that proves Samini’s versatility. It is a reaffirmation of his immense talent at making good music with the right melodies and is right on time, weeks before his Samini Xperience concert on 24th December at the Grand Arena.

Music really is spiritual and with ‘Burning’, you’re bound to have a fun and enjoyable experience. The songs have productions from Loud City Music, Moniebeatz and Finchy.

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Bernard Opoku Agyemang Drops New Single “Yɛ Twɛn Wo (We Wait On You)” | LISTEN

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Bernard OPOKU AGYEMANG is a Ghanaian and a servant of the Lord Most High who preaches and sings the word of God.

Bernard, who was born on August 19th to Mr. and Mrs. Opoku Agyemang, grew up in Techiman (Brong Ahafo) and Kumasi (Ashanti Region). He is originally from Kumawu in Ghana’s Ashanti Region.

Bernard became a Christian throughout his adolescence and then attended the University of Cape Town.

He got his B.A. (Hons) in African Studies (African Studies, Economics, and Geography) and Master of Economic and Regional Development degrees from the University of Cape Coast (Ghana) and the University of New England (Australia).

Bernard penned and wrote Ye Twen Wo (Wait on You) in 2021 through the Holy Spirit.

When I was waiting for directions from the Lord, I felt the presence of the Holy Spirit.

The song came to me via prayers and fasting when I was working and had to run outside to sing and record it on my phone.

Hearing from the Lord while writing this wonderful song was a truly amazing experience.

“But the Comforter, who is the Holy Spirit, whom my Father will send in my name, He shall teach you all things and bring all things to your recollection, whatsoever I have spoken unto you,” Jesus says. (Matthew 14:26).

Bernard penned and wrote Ye Twen Wo (Wait on You) in 2021 through the Holy Spirit.

When I was waiting for directions from the Lord, I felt the presence of the Holy Spirit.

The song came to me via prayers and fasting when I was working and had to run outside to sing and record it on my phone.

Hearing from the Lord while writing this wonderful song was a truly amazing experience.

“But the Comforter, who is the Holy Spirit, whom my Father will send in my name, He shall teach you all things and bring all things to your recollection, whatsoever I have spoken unto you,” Jesus says. (Matthew 14:26).

It is so sad that most of us in this generation have ignored the Holy Spirit in our decisions, causing us pain and sorrow.

Our desire for instant success and popularity has led us to make mistakes that have cost us our wealth, interpersonal relationships, and, most importantly, our relationship with the Lord.

I hope and pray that while we listen to this song, we would patiently await the Lord’s solitary directions that lead to life, peace, and Grace in Christ Jesus.
God bless His little ones.

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Bernard Opoku Agyemang – Yɛ Twɛn Wo (We Wait On You) [Download]

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Ovo-Master Releases New Single “Your Body | LISTEN

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On this new juicy song titled “Your Body,” Nigerian artist “Ovo-master” collaborates with studio Boi X bad signal.

The song is excellent, as is the production.

Mykah is the creator of this masterpiece.

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Ovo-Master Feat Studio Boi X Bad Signal – Your Body [Download]

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Babstone Talks ‘More Money, More Power’ In New Single | LISTEN

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“Babstone (RBS),” a promising Ghanaian musician, has released a new single titled “More Money, More Power.”

The legendary Kindee created this masterpiece.

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Babstone – More Money, More Money [Download]

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