Most of the mainstream GH artistes went out of their way to provide fresh hits and corresponding music videos to their fans that cemented their supremacy in the game and augmented their fanbase in 2021.
On the same wavelength, they thrilled their fans with great showmanship during the festive season and gave us a reason why we should enclose them in our brackets as artistes who truly impressed us during the year under review.
Check out the list below;
Gyakie’s ‘Forever’ song is one of the biggest songs of 2021 and still resonates with us presently.
Although the remix with Nigeria’s Omah Lay did not catapult her to the realms she might have envisaged, Gyakie’s meteoric emergence with her debut hit song makes her one of the biggest artistes who held us down the previous year.
2. Mr Drew
Mr Drew has been a breath of fresh air since he burst onto the scene and he maintained the same momentum in 2021.
His collaborative effort with S3fa on ‘E Choke’, ‘Seke’ ft Medikal and a couple of hit singles he dropped within the year made him one of the most vibrant artistes of 2021.
His ability to incorporate choreography into his craft seamlessly is one of his most conspicuous brands.
3. Yaw Tog
The Kumasi boy became a global phenomenon with his monster hit song ‘Sore’ and the corresponding remix with Kwesi Arthur and UK’s Stormzy did well to make him a recognizable brand.
He truly had a wonderful year and with a couple of awards, he bagged here and there, we think the young man has come to stay.
S3fa had her breakthrough in the music industry with E Choke and she eventually succeeded in receiving all the plaudits for her consistency and determination in getting this far.
She really personified 2021 to the fullest musically after the song monopolized clubs and social events, becoming a street anthem in the proocess.
Amerado has proved his dexterity in the rap game and 2021 became fruitful for him as he had the opportunity to travel outside the country for some major gigs.
He also proved his mettle when Tim Westwood hosted him in the UK and came through with a flawless freestyle.
Although he clearly lost in his lyrical beef with Obibini, he still etched his name in our subconscious mind with his hard work and ingenuity.
6. Black Sherif
The Sad Boys president clearly needs no introduction. He took his chance and showcased his undiluted talent and the result of which has made him a household name.
He’s presently one of the biggest artistes in the country despite being new to the game , this should give us a fair idea as regards what the future holds for him.