Today on GA Playlist, we are celebrating the youngest stars on the continent that are already making impacts on both local and international fronts. We have seen a whole lot of music creatives emerged, their records have been consumed everywhere and they are fast becoming the fans’ favourite acts without any doubt.
Most of these musical talents have already gone all the way to play major gigs and rock shoulders or share stages with established names in the music industry. Their uniquenesses have received a well deserving endorsement all over the continent and the future looks good for them.
On every Tuesday, we share the songs that are currently stuck on our playlist with you; our cherish readers so you can also share yours with us in the comment section. The list is full of emerging talents today and here they are:
Teni – Case
Teni is a young Nigerian female singer whose record ‘Case’ warm its way into the hearts of music lovers in the country and gradually climbed the various charts on the continent. It’s a beautiful love and inspirational piece that we are sure you either listened to already or have heard of.
Kwesi Arthur – Grind Day
Kwesi Arthur broke unto the Ghanaian music scene and spread so quickly like wildfire with this particular Hip-hop song captioned Grind Day. The song was the youth’s most preferred song of 2018, it was so big he had to do a remixed version with biggest names in Ghana, Sarkodie, and then Medikal. It even earned him a Black Entertainment Television nomination that same year. He looks set to join the list of creatives placing African hip-hop on the global map.
Victor AD – Wetin We Gain
2018 was a good year for Nigeria’s Victor AD with this very single. An instant hit in Ghana and Nigeria before crossing continent. Enjoy!
Amaarae – Fluid
Amaarae is described by many music followers as simply stylish and unique. Her voice and fashion scene carried so well in the music industry fetching her many recognition on global platforms. The Ghanaian has more coming and we loved every bit of her works.
Lorine Chia – Purple
She is raising the flag of Cameroon so high sticking to RnB and soul genre. Her beautiful delivering could be seen so vividly on this very song.
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