Roll and Coasters: Dabebi

R&Cs: Dabebi

I got Ghana all over this one! The lead is another excellent offering from Mr Eazi, a Nigerian who made his bones in Ghana before breaking through on the continental stage. “Dabebi” also features King Promise, a Ghanaian. His country mate, Kuami Eugene, the self-proclaimed rock star has just released an album to back his claim; His singles are peppered throughout this playlist. Elsewhere, Stonebwoy has brought several of the new school wonders (Kwesi Arthur, Medikal, etc.) for another compelling posse cuts. (You may have noticed that Ghanaians are pretty good at those.) Along with the likes of Kuvie, Joey B pitching in and contributions from artists of Brazil other sides of the African continent, I invite to daydream about lazy afternoons and hype nights on the Gold Coast.

The Playlist

The Tracklist

01. Mr Eazi ::: Dabebi (feat. King Promise & Maleek Berry)
02. Sarz & WurlD ::: Trobul
03. Kuvie ::: Energy (feat. B4Bonah & RJZ)
04. Runtown ::: Oh Oh Oh (Lucie)
05. Larry Gaaga ::: Doe (feat. Davido)
06. Deon Boakye ::: Holla
07. Kuami Eugene ::: My Time
08. Stonebwoy ::: Kpo K3K3 (feat. Medikal, DarkoVibes, Kelvyn Boy & Kwesi Arthur)
09. Toofan ::: Gbessi Gbeko
10. Ténor ::: Balance
11. Moonchild Sanelly ::: Weh Mameh
12. Karol Conká & Boss in Drama ::: Vogue do Gueto
13. Joey B ::: Greetings from Abroad (feat. Pappy Kojo)
14. Korede Bello ::: Melanin Popping
15. CDQ ::: Werey Yo
16. Amoshine ::: Upper (feat. Slimcase)
17. Kuami Eugene ::: Akua Shika
18. Bright ::: Shotoa
19. Enock Bella ::: Nikubali
20. MC One ::: Chambouler
21. DJ Leska ::: Ratata (feat. 4Keus & MC Emmm)
22. Kuami Eugene ::: No One
23. Samini ::: Untamed (Intro)
24. Stunner ::: Maindiitisa
25. DRB LasGidi ::: Necessary [feat. Odunsi (The Engine)]
26. Sess ::: Original Gangster (feat. Reminisce & Adekunle Gold)

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I wrote as kid. (I'd die if you'd ever get your hands on those poems.) And I wrote as a teen. (We thought our raps would spearhead revolution.) I write these days to share my joys and perspectives. I am as subjective as they come. I found a bunch of blessed souls that are just as expressive. And Africa is all the better for it. (I think I never really changed.)
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