March was a busy month for Ghanaian music and it looks like things have finally kicked off in full swing for the year.
With several international collaborations, full-length projects, and more, March was filled to the brim and overflowing with good music.
Here are the top ten Ghanaian songs that dropped during the month as curated by starrfm.com.gh.
Check them out below:
1.Yaw Tog, Stormzy & Kwesi Arthur ‘Sore (Remix)’
Young hip-hop star Yaw Tog issued the much-awaited remix of his monster hit single “Sore”, this time joining forces with UK rapper Stormzy and Ground Up star Kwesi Arthur.
Currently sitting at close to three million views on YouTube, this is the biggest hip-hop song of the season.
YouTube Views: 2.9m
2. Gyakie Feat Omah Lay ‘Forever’ (Remix)
The lines continue to fall in place for emerging singer Gyakie, who delivered the official remix to her chart-topping single “Forever”.
This time around she tapped Nigerian singer Omah Lay, giving new life to the still spreading smash hit, now a pan-African affair.
The song has over one million views in less than a week and 3M views on the original version on YouTube.
YouTube Views: 1.2m
3. MzVee ‘You Alone’
‘You Alone’ is the fourth single off MzVee’s recently-released highly-acclaimed ‘InVEEncible Album’.
MzVee as an ambassador for Trace TV’s new initiative which is the ‘YouTrace’ YouTube channel, premiered the video exclusively on the channel for viewers across the world to enjoy.
YouTube Views: 204k
4. M.anifest ‘No Fear’ ft. Vic Mensa & Moliy
In one of the hardest records to drop so far this year, rapper M.anifest teamed up with American rapper of Ghanaian descent Vic Mensa and emerging vocalist Moily. Together they deliver the rap joint of rap joints, with M Dot and Vic trading lyrically charged verses, and Moily gluing the mix together with her silky but striking vocals.
YouTube Views: 111k
5.Medikal ft Kuami Eugene ‘Oseiyie’
Rapper Medikal is another Ghanaian act who dropped a project this month, a 5-track EP titled Amazing Grace.
Quickly gaining traction off the project is this cut featuring singer Kuami Eugene, titled “Oseiyie.”
The Lynx Entertainment superstar blessed the afrobeats single with the “Kuami effect,” resulting in a vibrant bop that is likely to be a chart-topper in the days to come.
Youtube Views 178k