Top 5 Most Underrated Musicians In Ghana
Ghana is a hub of talent judging from the numerous musical stars that have emerged from the industry and broken out to the world.
Ghanaians mostly do not accept artistic change no matter how talented one is and proves his or herself.
Regardless of the good side of the musical game, Ghanaians attitude of holding on to one thing for long is slowing the pace at which they can drive the world much crazier with their vibes just as how well the Nigerians are doing.
It takes grace and thick connections to be able to seal through such stress.
Celebrities Buzz after carefully analyzing Ghana’s musical game has compiled a list of the top 5 Ghanaian musicians that have been underrated for long.
Below are they;
Theophilus Nii Arday Otoo known in showbiz circles as Epixode is the most underrated artiste probably in the history of Ghana.
The talented Dancehall artiste regardless the number of years he has been consistent in the game is yet to be given the nod fully into the Ghana music industry.
I refer to him as the ‘Dancehall Freestyle King’.
Epixode nails every stage he climbs with his energetic performance. We pray Ghanaians tend to see his worth very soon before they lose such a diamond treasure to a different country.
2. Lord Paper
Ghanaian Soul, Afrobeats and Hip-hop musician, Michael Takyi-Frimpong known by the stage name Lord Paper is a great talent that needs to be given the green light into the game.
Probably his past mistake of releasing a ‘Porn-like’ music video as his first major project few months ago is really hitting hard back at him.
Notwithstanding, Lord Paper is super talented far beyond imagination.
His ‘Dzigbordi’ song does all the argument for him.
3. Eno Barony
Ghanaian rapper and songwriter, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom known professionally by her stage name Eno Barony is undoubtedly one of the few who can battle almost all male top rappers in the country.
However, she is really struggling to seal a solid spot in the musical game especially the rap market.
With all her inputs and dedications, she will definitely gain the slot she has been fighting for over the years.
She is the King of Queens in Ghana rap.
4. Don Itchy
Don Itchy has won the hearts of many key musical and industry figures in Ghana. The likes of Appietus, Hammer of the Last 2, Obrafour, Sammy Flex and others have endorsed him as a deadly rapper.
Regardless of how hard he goes on the beat, Ghanaians ain’t looking at his side.
Itchy shuts down any stage he climbs with his energy, delivery and timing.
With his new label, Trybe Media, Don Itchy is very hopeful he will soon control the rap game.
Nonetheless, he keeps on working harder.
5. Lyrical Joe
Ghanaian rapper, Joseph Gamor popularly known by his stage name Lyrical Joe or LJ is super and super good on a beat.
He raps tirelessly on any beat given to him.
Lyrical is a Hip-Hop gem but one of the most underrated in Ghana.
He would have been worth millions if he was in a well musically developed country.
We wish them nothing but a massive breakthrough in the hustle.