Okyeame Kwame’s songs you should listen to
Some legends are born, some others are born. However, there are some others who are born and made; Okyeame Kwame is one of those.
When he started out in the Ghanaian music arena, he was one of the duo that thrilled us to some great hiplife tunes. Since then Kwame has moved on to become one of the music greats by adapting his craft to the changing times.
He has, since then, gone on to win several awards, and then earned his MA in Marketing Strategy. How many rappers in Ghana have done this?
Masanaba by Akyeame was one of the few songs that I could and can still sing along to. Though I didn’t exactly understand what Kwame’s rap lines meant but I still enjoyed showing people how well I could also rap.
I must also say that his wife, Annica Nsiah-Apau, is also one of the factors behind his success. The few times that I’ve met her have shown that she is the kind of woman that every man would want behind him.
Okyeame Kwame will perform at the 2016 edition of Citi FM’s Decemba 2 Rememba concert on December 24 at the Accra International Conference Centre.
He will be sharing the platform with the likes of Shatta Wale, Joey B, Guru, Article Wan, DJ Vision and Nii Funny.
I have decided to bring you some of Okyeame Kwame’s songs. I love these songs and I hope that you will too. Don’t forget to tell me what you think. If you have any ideas too, why don’t you share with me? I will incorporate them in future.
Masan aba (Akyeame)
This is the first song that I remember seeing. If you want to keep the image of the dapper Okyeame Kwame in your head, please avoid the music video of this particular song. Nonetheless, it is a timeless song.
This is one song that gets me through tough and negative times. Kwame tells us to do away with negative thoughts. Who wouldn’t need this kind of advice from a musician?
Small small (ft Mzvee)
Do you remember the story of the lovers who were playing together when they were children? This is the type of storyline that this song takes. It tells us how people must be willing to go through thick and thin with those that they intend to live their lives with; no ‘abendada’.
Woara (ft Raquel)
This is a perfect song for those whose hearts have been broken. The emotions that are depicted in the lyrics and the graphics of the music video are so touching that you can listen and watch while crying because of that girl or guy who broke your heart.
Try another time (ft J Martins)
This message in this song is exactly what the title says. It tells you to keep trying when you fail to succeed.
This is where Okyeame Kwame tried his hands, or should I say voice, on ragga. It is a great love song. I may even play it to the girl who’s unfortunate enough to fall in love with me.
Faithful (ft Bertha)
Oh yes, I want someone who is busy waiting for me such that she doesn’t have time for any other man. If I should get any woman to sing this for me, I shall melt faster than shea butter in a hot saucepan.
Hallelujah (ft Abochi)
I love this song because Okyeame Kwame uses it to tell us his hiplife story.
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