African musicians have been recreating and redefining vintage genres of music from house music, afrobeat, and anything from dancehall to highlife, a movement that has gained much attention to the African continent.

Each Thursday, we surf through various playlist and have a heated vote battle with the GA team to bring you the top five favourite songs for the week.

It was a tough debate but we finally agreed on the tunes we know will get you out of your seat. Browse through our gallery below, ENJOY and let us know what your top five this week is in the comments.

Kizz Daniel – One Ticket ft Davido.

No one saw this coming, a Kizz Daniel and David are purchasing ‘One Ticke’ to jet off to a calm place to de-stress. What’s got you stressed this week?

 

RunTown & Nasty C – No Permission.

One of our favourite rappers from South Africa, Nasty C and Nigeria’s afrobeat hitmaker, Runtown are back with another chart-topper after their previous work – an instant hit!

 

Fuse ODG – Bra Fie (Come Home) ft Damian Marley

This could the biggest record to end the year with, UK-based Ghanaian multi-award winning singer, Fuse ODG partnered with reggae legend, Damian Marley, tackle socio-economic and racial issues on this new song. Is there anyone out there who hasn’t heard this tune? (Shame on you!)

 

Mr Eazi – Keys to the City (Ogede)

Mr Eazi’s Accra to Lagos mixtape paved the way for him into the mainstream entertainment space. Now he is getting ready to release the sophomore mixtape – ‘Lagos to London’ and from this project comes this very insightful work. We love it.

 

Kwesi Arthur – Don’t Keep Me Waiting ft Kidi

2017 biggest music revelation in Ghana, Kwesi Arthur and Kidi teamed up to sing for their soulmates. Romance is key!

 

If your favourite acts didn’t make it to the list, share their names and songs in the comment box below.

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