Has Kwesi Arthur fallen from Grace? || Hunukane NEWS

Kwesi Arthur, Fall From Grace? Kwesi Arthur’s rise to fame and becoming a rap sensation, remains one of the most idolised breakthrough success by a lot of under ground artist waiting for a musical commercial success. From the groundup to the Top, Kwesi’s success came as a shock to many when his freestyle posted on […]

Sarkodie – Lay Away | Greatest Ghanaian Verse Ever ?

The king, Sarkodie, has the best flow in the game, as he’s done proving himself on countless verses, and even winning the best flow at the BET 2019 Hip-hop Awards. For us here at Hunukane News, the King’s flow that stands out of the lot is his 2009 Sway collab, Lay-away produced by Jayso of […]

How Kuami Eugene is single-handedly bringing back “Jama” and “Adowa” music through the fast growing drill music

Kuami Eugene…Versatile, Iconic vocalist, oozing charisma and one of Ghana’s youngest Highlife/Afrobeat icons!  Many Highlife/Afrobeat artists have emerged in recent years precisely in the post-2015 ‘new artists’ era but Kuami Eugene seemingly from nowhere has stood out.  His songs aren’t just about the voice. There’s so much more like his unique beat and how each […]

Black Sherif, The People’s Champ?

Over the years, there’s been a number of hip-hop/rap cats who ruled and still rule the hip-hop scene in Ghana, the likes of Obrafuor, Lord Kenya, Edem, Kwaw Kesse, E.L, Manifest, Jayso, JoeyB, Sarkodie to Kwesi Arthur

KiDi – Touch it | Meaning Behind the Lyrics | Hunukane News

“Touch it” remains KiDi’s biggest chart-topping single yet arguably one of the most successful songs by a Ghanaian artist in the last decade. The song currently features American rapper Tyga on the remix. Since its official release, the song has accumulated almost 19 million views on YouTube, both the official song and the remix combined. […]


Although nicknamed “The Godfather of HipLife”, Reggie’s contribution to the game isn’t solely that he pioneered the Hip-Life movement (which flares debate as to whether he invented Hip-Life or not) but rather a humanitarian course. He has worked his way up by all standards and earned his seat in the music industry. The year is […]