Some songs which were released in 2018 still enjoyed rotation in 2019 prolly because they were too hot to be kicked out by the 2019 records or were released in the last quarter of the year, hence, their dominance in the subsequent year.
Stonebwoy’s ‘Kpo Keke’ which featured Medikal, DarkoVibes, Kelvyn Boy and Kwesi Arthur; Medikal and Agbeshie’s ‘Wrowro’; Kuami Eugene’s ‘Wish Me Well’; Diana Hamilton’s ‘Mo Ne Yo’; Obaapa Christy’s ‘Woasue Me’; Patience Nyarko’s ‘Obi Nnyane Me’ among others are still being enjoyed by many this year.
Although some analysts argue that 2019 has relatively not produced monster hit songs, some tracks cannot go unnoticed when a list of Top 20 Songs of 2019 is compiled as their popularity were profound.
GhanaWeb shares with you its Top 20 Songs of the year 2019.
1. Omo Ada – Medikal
Medikal cemented his popularity and position in the music industry with ‘Omo Ada’, a song produced by UnkleBeatz and released in January. The song was played on radio, TV, restaurants, weddings with fans doing the ‘dem sleep’ dance. The remix which featured his girlfriend Fela Makafui and Shatta Wale was a big deal as it topped charts for months.
2. Poverty – J. Derobie ft Mr. Eazi
Derick Obuobie Jnr was a new face in the showbiz world. Trading with the name J. Derobie, obviously coined from his real name, the budding artiste, in January released a self-written, reflective record – Poverty. The song featured Mr. Eazi and was produced by UglyOnit. The content resonated with the people, hence the acceptance and the buzz around it.
3. Mr. Badman – KiDi ft Kwesi Arthur
January saw a beautiful collaboration between Lynx Entertainment act KiDi and Ground Up Chale’s Kwesi Arthur. For the ‘bad man’ was envious of KiDi following the success he had chalked in the music industry, Nyame mpe saa so don’t jealous him.
4. Amanfour Girls – Quamina MP ft Medikal
While feeling okay, Quamina MP issued a warning to boys in relationships. He was ready and poised to snatch their girlfriends. He recruited Medikal and released the self-produced song in February. For those who attend events, no DJ leaves without dropping this song. True or False?