Best New Music: Featuring Brum3h, Cece, Yaw Tog & more.

Brum3h Feat. Inci O – Criminal

Over slow rhythmic guitar strings backed by calm hitting drums and Inci’s honeyed background vocals, Brum3h sings “take the pain all away from you, what’s the payment for staying true? Test my patient when I’m with you…”, coming together to create the R&B track, Criminal.

Brum3h is an Abuja based singer and songwriter, alongside GOLDDRUMMACHINE, he formed the alternative band; To Name A Few, under which he released Stay Over and Based. As a solo artist, he dropp[ed his debut project, The Big Blue, last year.

Yaw Tog Feat. Stormzy and Kwesi Arthur – Sore Remix

When Yaw Tog dropped Sore in 2020 which featured O’Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie, and Jay Bahd, he had no idea it would be the anthem for Ghanian drill, bringing international attention to the scene. From the original song going Number 1 on the Apple Music Ghana Top 100 chart to getting over a million views and Stormzy previewing the remix of the song which featured him and Kwesi Arthur on new year’s eve at Ghana’s UPP Festival, Yaw Tog became the breakout star for Ghana’s Asakaa drill scene.

Sore remix dropped today alongside its visuals. Yaw Tog’s debut EP, Time is expected to drop on March 25.

Ogranya – Baptism

Ogranya combines elements of afro soul, R&B and Jazz in creating his sound. Last year saw him release his Imperfect EP which featured Efya, since then he has been on a prolific run opf singles. The latest of which is Baptisim a blend of electric sounds with Ogranya alternative tenor vocals.

CeCe – All I Need

CeCe emerges with a simmering track ‘’All I Need’’ featuring American rapper KCamp and Nigerian rapper/singer Dremo. The rapper’s verse slips through the low-lit instrumental. It’s a mixture of R&B and the world-dominating Afrobeats. CeCe is also working on her debut album titled “If not me then who” and will be released later this year.  All I Need’ is perfect for a romantic evening and it’s a call for an unaltered show of affection.  

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