Ghanaian Male Musicians Who Are The Future Of The Industry

Today we are not going talk about the male superstars and the fine male stars. In today’s article, we present to you handsome Ghanaian musicians who holds the future of the industry.

Can you presume of any? If yes, also drop your response in the comment section below let’s get interactive…

Enough of the preamble, what are we waiting for? Let us dig in.

1. King Promise

Gregory Bortey Newman, who goes by the stage name King Promise is a Ghanaian highlife and afrobeats vocalist songwriter. He’s appreciated for his art when it comes to his lyrics or his say, that’s precisely genius.

2. Kofi Kinaata

Do you know that, Kofi Kinaata’s authentic name is Martin King Arthur? He hails from Takoradi and substantially referred to as the Fante Rap God. A fantastic singer by all standard, he is one the stars to who will push Ghana music to the world.

3. Kofi Mole

Kofi Mole in reality memoir is called Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah. He’s an Afro beat and a rapper who mastered a fantastic and funny twisting of singing or rapping which makes him name in his ground. He’s presently working out with record marker, Ground Up.

4. Kwesi Arthur

Emmanuel Kwesi Danso Arthur Junior, also known as Kwesi Arthur in showbiz entertainment. Kwesi Arthur is one of the universal Ghanaian musicians who have gripped the chart of Ghana to the succeeding level. He can literally rap in the Ghanaian language as well as in English. He raps with flow, and he’s very good.

5. Black Sheriff
Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong known professionally as Black Sherif is a Ghanaian musician and performer from Konongo. He gained mainstream acclaim with his street anthem “Second Sermon” released in July 2021
6. Camidoh
He rose to prominence in between 2021 and 2022, when he released his single Sugarcane in December 2021. The song began to trend more after the Ghanaian TikTok video creators community used the song in their videos, serving as a way of promoting the song online. The song was number 5 on Shazam’s top 200 most searched Afropop songs. On 8 April 2022, he released a remix of the song featuring King Promise, Nigerian artiste Mayorkun and British rapper Darkoo. In the first week of May, barely a month after its release, the collaboration peaked at Number 1 on Nigeria’s Top 100 Music Chart on Apple Music.
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