5 Ghanaian Musicians Who Stunned In Different Genres And Perfectly Nailed It

There are a lot of music genres in the countrythese days, from Palm Wine Music, High Life, Hip Life, Afro Pop, Gospel, R&B, Azonto, Dancehall toHip Hop.

Every genre has it’s set of artistes. But there are artistes who sometimes crossover to other genres, the amazing thing is that, they nail it when they do.

Let’s take a look at these artistes.

1. Edem – Ghetto Arise – Reggae

Edem is a Hiplife artiste, at least that’s what we know him for since he stepped foot into the industry, but on this track, “Ghetto Arise” he showed us a different side of him by doing a whole different genre, Reggae. This won him several awards.




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2. Okyeame Kwame – Faithful Girl and Meretwen Wo – Highlife and Reggae

Okyeame Kwame is known mostly for Hiplife songs but on his Faithful Girlsong,  he did pure Highlife, which was met with a critical acclaim. Also on his Meretwen Wo song, he tried his hands on the reggae genre.




3. Sarkodie – Love Rocks – Dancehall/Lovers Rock/Gospel

Sarkodie is a Hiplife artiste but on Love Rocks he showed us his prowess in the Lovers Rock gengre. He also worked with Stonebwoy and Jupitar onWhine Fi Me, a pure Dancehall song. He also featured on Herty Borngreat’sBebree which was a gospel genre.



4. Flowking Stone – Fire Bon Dem – Dancehall

Flowking Stone a member of the Bradez has always been in the Hiplife genre but on his new track, Fire Bon Dem, he decided to show us a new side of him by doing dancehall.





5. Herty Borngreat ft. Trigmatic – Kano Seyaa – Gospel

Trigmatic is well known for being a Hiplife act but it came as a surprise when he was heard on a gospel track.





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