Music in Ghana is exceptionally entertaining and fun to listen to. Both amateur and top or professional musicians in the country either dead or alive can be said to be creative because of the kind of music and songs they produce or sing.
Currently Facebook users on Derrickmusic platform on Facebook are jamming and entertaining themselves with a new video song with great prospect.
The genre for the music is peculiar because it neither a highlife song nor a hiplife but sounds like a gospel but wasn't a gospel song.
On of the most interesting aspect of the music is the use of old Ghanaian games to compose the song. Some of the games that were used are Pempenaa, Pilolo, Mame me Paapa, Tolio toli, Antoankyire, Oware and the likes.
Several fans and netizens could not stop praising the musicians and the great talent and creativity. Below are the various comments the fans gave.
Check the comments that were given to the song on Derrickmusic platform or page.
Below is the link for the video.
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