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Video: NaaNa Blu releases a New Single ‘No Pressure’

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We live in uncertain times, people have lost their jobs and businesses, others don’t know where their next meal is coming from and the pressure keeps mounting.

 

In the light of current happenings, the singer and songwriter NaaNa Blu have released a new banger titled “No Pressure” to encourage and assure people that this whole situation will soon pass.

 

This is the second song NaaNa Blu is releasing during this pandemic, the first “Save Us” was a prayer to God to heal and protect the land.

 

After an impressive entrance into the Ghana Music industry with the cover of Kofi Kinaata’s “Things Fall Apart”  and her hit single “Sugar Cane” NaaNa has released yet another beautiful tune “No Pressure”. The music draws you in instantly from the very first chord and her voice transports you to a place of unexplainable peace as she belts out lyric after lyric of encouragement.

 

‘No Pressure’ is produced by Citruss Beatz and mastered by DDT and written by NaaNa Blu. The track sees NaaNa excellently weave her laidback musical style, enchanting vocals, and captivatingly vivid songwriting into a final masterpiece fit for her fans.

 

 “No Pressure” comes with a video directed by Blessedly PapaSky.

 

Speaking about the inspiration behind “No Pressure”, NaaNa Blu says, “the inspiration comes from my everyday life. I wrote “No Pressure” at a time when I was thinking about giving up on music. It was at a time when I was done with school and didn’t really know what to do next. I felt pressured from the progress my friends were making as I found myself lagging behind. I thought to release it because it is even more relevant now due to the state of affairs of the world today. This piece is to assure everyone that this too shall soon pass”.

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Ace Highlife Musician, Kojo Ashakan Makes A Comeback With “Stealing In The Name Of The Lord”

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Highlife has gotten into so many faces until now. The earliest face is the part that got much appeal and influence on the general populace then and now. The likes of Daddy Lumba, AB Crentsil, Paapa Yankson, Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede, etc did their best to write history of the music culture. One of the famous amongst this group is Kojo Ashakan who has equally etched in the annals of history.

With noticable hit records like “Bra Na Mafiwo”, “Missing You Like Crazy”, “My Angel From Above”, “Cedi Nya Egye”, etc, Kojo Ashakan went into a long hiatus off music and relocated to Europe. After years off music, he is finally back like he never left.

His newest, “Stealing In The Name Of The Lord” though sounds anti religious is far from that. It is a song geared towards sensitizing naive ones on the operations of quack men of God.

The straight talker is telling it as it is. A fantastic, poetic, serious, uncompromising lyrics to those who have turned the work of God into business to defraud the poor.

Without much ado, I present to you  “Stealing In The Name Of The Lord” by Kojo Ashakan to you. Enjoy it from below. Do not forget to share as well.

Also get it on all digital platforms as well.

 

Keep enjoying the song as Kojo is almost done putting finishing touches to a new song soon to be released in the coming months.

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Cynthia Basinet Releases Emotive Version of ‘’You Belong To Me’’

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Timeless and graceful are two words that perfectly describe model, actress and jazz vocalist Cynthia Basinet’s voice, as she oozes elegance in her latest single ‘You Belong To Me.’

Originally recorded by Patsy Cline and Jo Stafford, Basinet’s version is a gorgeous rendition that gives the song a contemporary approach and highlights Cynthia Basinet’s vocal talent.
Known for her first hit, a sultry version of Eartha Kitt’s ‘Santa Baby’ which is Billboard’s Top 10 Best Version, Cynthia Basinet returns with ‘You Belong To Me’ featuring accompanying musicians, Johnathan Presnell (drums), David Smith (upright bass), Joel Key (acoustic guitar), James Mitchell (electric guitar), Steve Hinson (steel guitar) and Gary Prim (piano/keys) recorded at famed Hilltop Recording Studio with sound engineer Matt Huitt.

The full band arrangement brings a live feel to the record as if listeners are sitting in the very room. Fusing together jazz and blues styles through the deep playful timbres of the
double bass, the gentle tap of the rhythmic hi-hats and the luxurious piano riffs effortlessly sprinkled throughout, Cynthia Basinet’s rich vocals guide the song.

The track is slow-paced and thoughtful, the infusion of a slide guitar evoking a country-esque soundscape. The vocal delivery is emotive as Basinet sings of a distant love and for those who are in times of need; “My prayers go to the displaced of Maui and the special town of Lahaina,” Basinet explains. “It was this spirit I had hoped to capture in the song, with the backing vocal harmonies reminiscent of mermaids calling you home.” The sirens certainly do entice listeners into the ebb and flow of the song’s calming waters.

Cynthia Basinet’s journey has been a vibrant one; a fashion model, an actress, a celebrated singer-songwriter, author and activist. She has always been drawn to music and has spent decades working with a vocal coach, honing her craft.

However, it’s the natural emotion and expression which Basinet conveys through her personal renditions of powerful songs that shine the brightest spotlight on Cynthia Basinet.

 

 

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