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Top 10 Ghanaian hit songs of 2020

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1. Open Gate – Kuami Eugene

The VGMA 2020 artist of the year Kuami Eugene aka the rockstar releases this song popularly sloganed as “wele sebe kontomire” from his album Son Of Africa and its growing wild among Ghanaians with the beats and adorable voice of the youngster, plus making you set this banger on replay.

Rockstar


2. Putuu – Stonebwoy

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Dancehall and Reggae artist Stonebwoy aka One Gad released a banger hit song putuu which means prayer and its has been trending for some time now.

One Gad


3. Say Cheese – KiDi

The sugar daddy KiDi released this afrobeat banger from his Blue EP album alongside other amazing tracks which will blow your mind.

Sugar Daddy


4. Sarkodie ft Kuami Eugene – Happy Day

This song was purposefully made on political basis as days where monitored gearing towards the election to support the ruling party from Sarkodie featuring the rockstar Kuami Eugene.


5. Medikal ft Criss Waddle and Joey B – La hustle remix

This was a banger out of the blue by these amazing musicians much pleasured by Ghanaians and will force you to keep the replay on.

La hustle


6. Keche ft Kuami Eugene – No Dulling

This songs’ title speaks for itself, no doubt about that. How can you be idle after hearing this song playing with the voice and the beat shimmering you to sing too. Can you stop yourself from dancing to this banger?


7. Adina – Why

Another emotional release from Adina Thembi produced by Richie Mensah in a reggae style. You can’t play it just once.


8. Wendy Shay ft Bosom P- Yung – Emergency

Emergency indeed. This time not needed by the paramedics but only your loved ones. Its a banger for our lovers and anyone who feel loved.


9. Kofi Kinaata – Things Fall Apart

It wouldn’t have been fair without this banger from rapper and songwriter of the year Kofi Kinaata. About 95% of Ghanaians love this song arguably the most popular song of the year.


10. D Jay ft Black Sheriff – Joy

This songs was dropped by two youngsters which talks about the transition from destitute lifestyle to reputative status in life and it really touches anyone who hear this song.

Source: Scoopgh.com