Unmarried Assessment: Pay Remix by means of M3dal feat. Kwesi Arthur, Sitso & Fameye

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M3dal has launched a track that might now not simplest redefine song from 2019 onwards, – will have to it transform successful – however would additionally convey again the affection for Ghanaian song.

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If you happen to haven’t listened to Pay Remix but let me simply take you again in time circa the mid-2000s when the dominant popular culture song used to be spearheaded by means of Ofori Amponsah, Castro, Appietus and so forth.

M3dal’s new track can also be picked up and positioned in that technology with out somebody noticing the adaptation in years.

After all, credit too would need to be given to the manufacturer of the track, Senyo Cue (who sampled Kofi Nti’s Akonta track).

To completely engineer this beat kind, which used to be solid away by means of Ghanaians however totally embraced with an area flavour by means of the Nigerian song business, in 2019 isn’t any imply fulfillment.

Senyo Cue in point of fact introduced his A-game on Pay Remix; the Ghanaian track the Ghanaian target audience has been craving for.

The track in itself talks earning profits about getting paid regardless of the entire troubles that we undergo within the society.

That is fantastically captured in a catchy refrain by means of new artist, Sitso with M3dal, Kwesi Arthur and Fameye laying at the rap verses at the 4-minute track.

When the beat begins you await that you’re in for one thing distinctive; M3dal then is available in along with his strains full of memorable words that might neatly transform on a regular basis Ghanaian side road terminologies.

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Already identified for his or her countless qualities, Kwesi Arthur and Fameye’s verses are full of words from two widespread Hiplife songs.

However the big name of this track is Sisto.

With out that melodious and danceable refrain, this track would have simply been a nearly-good track. Sisto and merits primary praises for what this track is and would succeed in.

They could say it sounds native and doesn’t attraction to overseas audiences… Pfff!

As though the overseas song they do appeals to 30million+ Ghanaian audiences.





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