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Ghanaian producer Samsney teams up with Kelvyn Boy, Black Sherif, and Darkovibes on ‘Kuacha’: Stream

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It’s a public secret that Ghana has become the capital of Drill music in Africa, thanks to the widespread success of the Asakaa movement. ‘Kuacha’ is a happy-sounding street anthem, a new addition to the ‘Goldigga’ hitmaker’s discography.

Samsney uses a bright Highlife ‘Yaa Amponsah’ sample that is reminiscent of the music my grandfather used to adore to create an enjoyable dynamic Drill composition. The witty contributions by his talented peers Kelvyn Boy, Black Sherif, and Darkovibes are brought together by a catchy chorus. This hook pays homage to popular African currencies unearthing the theme of the search for riches and affluence. A perfect record to play when you have your morning coffee before work.

Written by Mufaro "Forbes" Mujuru

I am passionate about African music, the business, and expanding markets behind it. I write bits about it on GRUNGECAKE. I am also the founder of Big Soko Music Group Ltd and the head behind Commune Curate.

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