Christmas is fast approaching and as usual there’s going to be lots of appetizing meals and drinks everywhere, notwithstanding our financial status.
But the occasion won’t be complete without music. Hit songs from Ghanaian artistes will dominate social, cooperate and even religious events.
We have catalogued the top ten songs which in our estimation will ‘disturb’ every corner across the length and breath of the country.
They follow in no particular order though.
Lilwin is not a ‘fluent’ musician but his ladder is undoubtedly one of the biggest songs by far. It’s played everywhere, including churches.
Ghanaians will surely use his Ladder to reach to where all the goodies this Christmas has to offer.
# Kpuu Kpaa-Wisa Greid
Wisa Greid has a way of churning out what I call ‘fans’ favorite songs.’ I wouldn’t rate the Labadi-born musician as one of the talented musicians we have in the country but he always has a way of producing a hit songs-Kpuu Kpaa is one of them.
# Say You Love Me-Kidi
Say You Love Me has received massive airplay since it was released somewhere this year. It’s the favourite of many and we are sure it will fuel much romance between couples this yuletide.
# Taking Over -Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale needs no introduction. All Ghanaian children can sing this song and it’s the favorite of party revelers.
Taking Over has obviously taken over in advance as as far as this Christmas is concerned.
# One Corner-Patapaa
The biggest song by far is One Corner. The song has spread to neighbouring countries and the feedback is just amazing.
Obviously this Christmas cannot be complete without One Corner. Wobete Dwii
# Forgetti-Shatta Wale
Forgetti is another classic banger from Ghana’s most consistent and vibrant artiste in recent memory, Shatta Wale.
No DJ will forget to add Forgetti to his playlist this festive season.
# Wedding Car-Opanka
Opanka resurrected his almost dead career with this banging tune, Wedding Car. Everyone loves it and those who will walk down the aisle this Christmas, this song is just what you need.
# My Own-Samini
Shatta Wale’s dominance shove Samini to the point of obscurity. But we all know Samani’s quality so we knew he will bounce back in a grand style.
He did and the product is this masterpiece-My Own
The biggest female musician so far is Ebony; thanks to her Sponsor and Poison songs. Kind people are normally during Christmas and this year, there will be many sponsors as well.
# Yeah– King Promise
King Promise is a fast-rising artiste with very good songs to his credit. Oh Yeah has won the hearts of many Ghanaian already and the reason is not far-fetched.