Just like last year, David Mawuli brings you list of top ten (10) UNRANKED standout tracks that moved the music industry this year.
From “Telemo” to “Hol’It”, this year has recorded yet another uncountable hit tracks in the music industry. 2015 started with Gasmilla’s “Telemo” and about to end with Wisa Greid’s “Ekiki Mi” featuring Luther.
Just like last year, David Mawuli brings you list of top ten (10) UNRANKED standout tracks that moved the music industry this year. These songs have been ‘slammed’ on streets, lounges, pubs, clubs and ceremonies.
Check out the list below;
1. Hol’It by Shatta Wale
The self-produced Afro-Dancehall track went viral than we all thought. The song which was released a few months ago got everyone’s feet moved including the Black Stars’ captain, Asamoah Gyan.
2. Ay3 Late by Pappy Kojo featuring Sarkodie
Pappy Kojo started off this year with “Ay3 Late” featuring Sarkodie and probably ending the year with it. With catchy and magical hooks, Pappy Kojo got everyone singing to the Hip-hop/Hiplife track produced by Kuvie.
3. Pimpinaa by Obrafour featuring Bisa Kdei
“Pimpinaa” is the song that made Obrafour’s complete comeback successful. Released in February this year, produced and featuring Bisa Kdei, the track has broken through major barriers and seen itself enjoying massive airplay across the country.
4. Makoma by R2bees
R2Bees’ classic contemporary Highlife track “Makoma” trended for weeks after it dropped in March this year. It has had over 10 covers including Koo Ntakra, Strongman and France based Ghanaian duo Bosslife’s covers. The song produced by Kaywa has received massive applause from Ghanaians.
5. Telemo by Gasmilla featuring Capasta
With a hook that’s engrained in your head midway through the song and instant exposure for Joy Daddy Bitters, “Telomo” has broken many records this year. This song doesn’t need introduction because it has done enough to be described as a hit track. From stage performances to endorsement deals, “Telemo” gave Gasmilla a huge career boost this year.
6. Mansa by Bisa Kdei
“Mansa” is among the most searched songs in Ghana this year according to Google Trends. Produced by Kaywa, the track has found itself everywhere across the country – from the streets to night clubs.
7. Ekiki Mi by Wisa Greid featuring Luther
Wisa broke through the industry this year with “Ekiki Mi” – an instant hit track produced by Chapter Beatz and features Luther. While many upcoming acts find it difficult and go through hectic process to feature top stars on their tracks, it was easy for Wisa to get BET Award winner Sarkodie on the remix of the track due to its massive airplay. When Luther, who was featured on the track drops “For the one corner there, Ekiki mi,” it's almost impossible not to indulge in some type of uninhibited dance breakdown.
8. Go Higher by Stonebwoy
“Go Higher” is another hit track produced by Bhim Nation Music Group’s in-house producer, Beatz Dakay. This track got everyone dancing the first week Stonebwoy released. It got massive airplay this year, having topped many charts across the country.
9. Enemies by Jupitar featuring Sarkodie
Jupitar’s career got better this year with “Enemies” – a song released in 2014 but still getting massive airplay. The song which features Sarkodie and produced by Master Garzy was released in December 2014 but still ruling.
10. Skolom by VVIP featuring Sena Dagadu
VVIP continued their success this year with “Skolom” after winning the “Best Group” award at the 16th edition of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. The song which features sexy vocalist Sena Dagadu has been making waves across the country since its release in July, 2015.