Top 5 evergreen Nigeria and Ghana collaborations of the last decade
These are the top 5 greatest Nigeria-Ghana nostalgic collaborations in the history of music.
There has always been a strong relationship between Nigeria and Ghana collaborations in music, and here are the top 5 evergreen Nigeria and Ghana collaborations.
The West African countries are perhaps two of the most cooperative nations in the continent, sharing many cultural artefacts that have led to often, comical competition.
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Here, we present five of the finest songs artists from Ghana and Nigeria have made for our ever-grateful ears.
2Baba – My Love (feat. VIP) (2006)
Inspired by an old Jamaican folk song, it was however popularized by Harry Belafonte’s “Jamaican Farewell”.
2face’s effort, which was a major crossover hit in its day, featured in his classic Grass 2 Grace album.
A playful number, the song features an Afro-Caribbean vibe that perfectly fits beside the love-professing lyrics.
Tony Tetuila – 2 Women (feat. VIP) (2006)
A playful song, “2 Women” is off the former Remedies’ man Tony Tetuila’s 2006 album, Free Soldier.
The song details Tony’s indecision when it comes to women and for the trio of VIP guests, rather than aiding a friend to choose, they infuse their playful elements of Hiplife, making the song a loose declaration that shoots at nothing in particular, but fun.
R2Bees – Kiss Your Hand (feat. Wande Coal) (2009)
At the peak of his powers, Nigerian vocal powerhouse Wande Coal released his magnum opus Mushin to Mohits.