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Ghana: Female Ghanaian Hip Hop

What is the state of female Ghanaian hip hop?:”Ever since hiplife became part and parcel of Ghanaian music, the female hiplife artistes have been holding it down. Talk of Abrewa Nana, Triple M (Manye Mercy), Mzbel, LA (made up of Lateefah and Asantewaa), Ras Nigga, etc – they have been matching their male counterparts boot for boot.”

6 comments

  • ogyefuor

    cool it will be good that ghanaian females make it bigger and better out side there….

  • its good to hear our female hip hop artist coming out like that. I hardly listen to it but my daugther brougth my attention to it which made me listen to it carefully as i drive on the road as a truck driver. I think they should be mindful of their choice of words and the content of the music. Good job and waiting to hear more good music from the Ghanaian female hip hop.

  • dunno why I never saw this.
    Thanks for the post Ndesanjo.

    There are some more young female artistes coming out of Ghana now, prominent among them being Becca. She is one person to check out – http://www.museke.com/node/1330

  • abass rao

    This is a good news to all Ghanaians and Africa in general because we never experienced that before(ie having a female hip hop artiste).We only have hip life female artistes like Abrewa Nana,Tripple M,Mzbel,LA(Made up of Lateefa and Asantewaa),Ras nigga,Jamila etc.
    Jamila wherever you are it’s your boy Abass A.k.a. Soulslim.Holla at me on 0246669903.See ya.

  • mikijay

    its gonna be fine n great . ghana is a developed country but not a developing one cos all these are taking place in the economy.

  • I really do feel her rap. she’s from the Northern of Ghana Called: Zaina Baezie. She sound more that less like mali music mixed with african and arabic – very interesting! the title of her album is called:SEI WIISI Just check it out and you will find out what i mean.

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