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A spotlight on Canada-based Ghanaian female rapper, Karoli Naa

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A Spotlight on Canada-based Ghanaian female aapper, Karoli Naa. Photo Credit: Karolina Naa/YouTube

Canada-based Ghanaian female rap artist, Caroline Naa Adjorkor Kwaofio, popularly known as Karoli Naa has been described by her fans as the female version of Sarkodie and Africa’s Cardi B.

Such claims are based on her ability to effortlessly deliver fluent bars and punches in both local and international dialects.

Aside from music, Caroline doubles as a model and a producer. Her talent was duly recognized when she got nominated at the Canadian Hip Hop Awards for Rap Single of the Year in 2016, with the song, ‘Bars To Go’.

Currently, her outfit is set to release a series of singles off her debut album.

First on the list is the outdooring of world-class visuals for her latest Afrobeat banger, ‘Try Me’, which features Mr Shaq, a Toronto-based artist and Oseikrom’s very own prolific rapper, Flowking Stone.

A Spotlight on Canada-based Ghanaian Female Rapper, Karoli Naa
A Spotlight on Canada-based Ghanaian Female Rapper, Karoli Naa

Following suit are her next singles, ‘He Loves me’ and ‘it is love’, which would be released off her debut album consisting of a mix of globally accepted genres, ready for the markets by the end of summer.

Apparently, Karoli Naa has been listed as one of the best and fast-rising African female rap artist receiving massive and realistic recognition outside Africa.

Passionately speaking, she expressed in a recent interview, a wild desire to visit home soon,i.e, Ghana, after several years away from home.

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In her own words, she stated,’i might have left Ghana many years ago but Ghana has never left me. I look forward to returning home and doing the best I can as a proud Ghanaian. I love Ghana and I love my people and my culture.

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Meet the new VGMA theme song composer & writer – Dave DA MusicBox

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Meet the new VGMA theme song composer & writer- Dave DA MusicBox. Photo Credit: David Ofori-Atta

About a week ago, Charterhouse Productions Ghana, organizers of the annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Scheme, released the all-new theme song for the 20th-anniversary edition of the awards scheme and beyond.

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Meet the first Trapsoul Artiste; Nar’h

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Meet the first Trapsoul Artiste; Nar'h. Photo Credit: Nar'h

Budding young artiste, Nar’h, is on a journey of challenging the status quo when it comes to the current trends on the Ghanaian music scene.

He assumes multiple musical capabilities of rapping and singing and has eventually invented a genre-bending sound that he calls ‘Trapsoul’.

A stunt like that is an obvious demonstration of his ambitiousness and trail blazing intentions, typical of most music legends.

Nar’h affirmed this new alternative genre when he released ‘Mutual’ on 4/4/19 which features its producer, Vanilson from Angola.

The song, ‘Mutual’, mixed and mastered by Plugn6ix (the producer duo of Plugwill and Sixtrees ), is a slow melodic lovers tiff which describes a young boy and girl sharing the same feelings towards each other hence the title, “Mutual “.

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Araya Afrika defines her artistry in new single; Ogya

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Araya Afrika defines her artistry in new single: Ogya. Photo Credit: Araya Afrika/Facebook

The latest signee of Swag City Entertainment Company, Araya Afrika, is a young songstress whose artistry bears exact resemblance to the meaning of her debut single, ‘Ogya’, which literally translates as ‘Fire’.

Produced by Apya, ‘Ogya’ is a song infused with our traditionally authentic African drums. The soul-awakening sounds from the drumlines is a complete chant, depicting the African culture.

Araya’s vocal abilities suspends on a wide range and pitch, allowing her to freely express herself in each line of this song through her gifted melodic compositions.

Her display of tactful musical phrasing, breathe control and self-awareness, is something to write home about on this record.

The single, ‘Ogya’, basically talks about Africa, the culture, the art, the people, the energy and the perception it has on a global narrative. It resonates with the African tradition, our faith, fears and beliefs.

Araya Afrika brings to play a new vibe, deviating from the popular genres, styles and sounds that Ghanaians are accustomed to and engaging the totality of the African rhythm and musical conversation, in her unique style of artistic delivery.

Prospects are high for this young budding talent upon being earmarked as a refreshing breeze over the music landscape of Ghana and Africa at large.

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