Castro was one of the most talented and hardworking artiste in Ghana during his time. He was able to give out hit songs back to back to Ghanaians. The Under fire name was given to him because of the fire and hits he keeps on in his songs.
Castro left Ghanaians in a very painful way by missing without anyone knowing where his body is. Castro was declared officially dead yesterday and my team and I have decided to bring out some of his hottest bangers to at least remember his greatness.
He blessed fans with three huge albums. Castro’s debut single, Sradenam, released in 2003, shot him to fame and it followed with subsequent hit songs including ‘Toffee’, ‘Comm Centre’ and ‘African Girls’. Not forgetting all the songs he featured on. Now let's check out the top list of his songs;
6 Castro ft. Baby Jet - African Girls
4 Castro - Toffee
3 Castro - Jealousy
2 Castro - Bone shaker
1 Castro - Srade nam
Which of these songs was your best during his reign. Let us know in the comment section below. Thanks, kindly follow me for more updates and share as well.
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