Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Introducing D-Cryme – Kill Me Shy

D-Cryme – Kill Me Shy”..  After he dropped “Me Ne Woa”, he left the fans wanting more.

Born Kwasi Darlington, Dr.Cryme (abbreviation for Creative Rhymes You Most Enjoy) grew up in Tema , Ghana and invented the sophisticated Rap genre, ‘Twipop’. He is currently working on his debut album ‘Finally, Finally’ which will include hit songs “Kill Me Shy”, “Mene Woa” and the newly outdoored “I Will Always Be Me”. The album will be due in July

His debut video is crawling with cameos from Ghanaian celebrities from the presenters to judges. The concept for the video is exciting, young and fresh.

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This is not the latest release in Ghana, but it is definitely one to be repeated every once in a while to at least give everyone the opportunity to listen to such good music.The music is good the video does it justice.

The video showcases Ghana in all it natural beauty. This was the intro Trigmatic needed to instantly put him in the A list of Ghana rappers.


Put this song on blast where ever you are and you are sure to get everyone dancing. This is the song that got every one dancing at the Big Brother Amplified house.

5FIVE is a pop fusion group with an inclining for experimental genres that have cross over appeal. 5FIVE is a simply code for 50/50 without the zeros, literally meaning 50/50 of all round music.  Raised in the centre of Accra Luther Azamati a.k.a Papi and Jeffery Opoku Agyekum a.k.a Killy grew up around a lot of music and were exposed to a plethora of genres which still influence their song writing and flow.


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Atumpan has got the whole nation singing and talking about 'the thing'. Everyone is definately taking a good guess, as to what this man is singing about ;). the song was a massive radio hit and didnt require a music video to push it promotion wise but Atumpan, who is relatively new to the scene needed to showcase himself to the fans.

They could have done more with the video than literally translate the words into pictures i.e. the classroom scene was too expected...but its a great catchy song , the video adds nothing and takes nothing from it.

Hip life musician, Atumpan's insatiable desire to make it to the top of both the local and international music scene made him bide his time as an 'underground dancehallist'.

He is also a teacher by profession currently pursuing higher studies at University of Education, Winneba reading a Bachelor of Arts program in linguistics, majoring in English.

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Becca Ghana's Hottest diva brings us her usual mix of 'bang' and Afropop. Ladies love Trigmatic, the rapper whose explosive rise to the top of the charts has everyone stunned, pure talent!

The mixture of these two with a touch of King Ayisoba was the perfect recipe for a hot club song or pick me up song.

According to Kiki Banson, Becca’s manager, the music video was carefully packaged not only for the local market and African continent, but for the entire world at large.

The video features some of the nation’s finest movie stars including  John Dumelo, Yvonne Okoro and Yvonne Nelson.

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Okyeame Kwame took a step back in time to the 70′s with his latest video for the new single “faithful”, which is a mellower sound for him, floating by on its nearly ethereal backing saxophone and drums.

It is written by Okyeame Kwame and Bertha, winner of Stars of the Future season 4( Ghana's version of pop idol). Faithful is the first single off Okyeame Kwame’s upcoming album rumoured to be titled “The Doctor and Nurses”. The video was shot by one of the best music video directors in the business Abraham Ohene-Djan of OM studios.

Watch out for the cameo by Ace Ghanaian producer Appietus, he obviously produced this track and makes a cameo as a the painist . Its a love song! Okyeame Kwame and Bertha could have faked a little bit of chemistry.

It was refreshing and very different from the booty shaking obsessed music videos that have conquered our airwaves, hopefully the point has been made that a good music video can be made without bootyshaking.