Unless you’re living under a rock, Ghana’s drill has taken over. Popularly known as Asakaa; the genre has evolved from its origin in the UK and found a new home in Kumerica.Your favourite African music platform GhKings brings to you the latest list of the top and trending Asakaa songs from the likes of Yaw Tog, Black Sherif, Jay Bhad, Don Elvi, O’Kenneth and more.
Asakaa is Ghana’s very own curated name for drill music. It is a street word carved from the word “Kasa”, a Twi word which means to speak. The street lingua involves inverted words which is widely spoken by youngsters in “Kumerica.” Kumerica is a fictitious place formed from Kumasi, a municipality in the Ashanti region, and America.
Today, we delve into the grime scene in Ghana to find the most trending Asakaa songs and how the hard-hit drums have change the music industry.
From the top dogs in the UK like Stormzy, Headie One and JAE5 who are custodians of drill, they have all traveled back to the motherland to have a feel of the effects. Stormzy jumped on a remix with Yaw Tog for his popular tune “Sore”.
Now let’s Scroll below to check out the Top Asakaa songs and video from Kumerica.
Black Sherif – Second Sermon
Yaw Tog – Sore (Remix) (feat Stormzy, Kwesi Arthur)
Jay Bhad – Y3 Y3 Dom (feat Skyface SDW, Reggie, Kwaku DMC, City Boy, Kawabanga, O’Kenneth)
Yaw Tog – Fake Ex
Kwaku DMC – Barima (feat Jay Bahd & O’Kenneth)
O’Kenneth – Agyiewaa (feat Reggie, City Boy, Jay Bahd)
Kwame Yesu – Anadwo (feat Black Sherif, Kimilist)
Reggie – Akata Gang Gang (Remix) (feat Pappy Kojo, O’Kenneth, Skyface SDW, Jay Bahd, Kawabanga)
Smallgod, O’Kenneth, Headie One, Kwaku DMC, LP2Loose – Sinner
Thywill – Odeeeshi 2 (feat O’kenneth, Reggie, Jay Bahd)
Don Elvi – Yaaba (feat Yaw Tog, Kweku Flick)
Kweku Smoke – Let It Go (feat Emtee)
Black Sherif – First Sermon
Kofi Darlington – Sika Aba Fie (feat Yaw Tog, Kweku Flick)
Kimilist – Sika (feat Yaw Tog, Kwame Yesu)