It’s time again for an update of the dopest African hip hop tracks of the moment. This time there are only dope videos from African rappers that spit in English. Don’t forget to check the five tracks we discussed last time.
Ycee – Su Mi
The Nigerian rapper Ycee is working hard this year. He already had a featuring in the first post of selected hip hop tracks, but now he is in this list with his own track. The single ‘Su Mi’ is produced by his brother Beats By Karma. This is a track that will be on his upcoming EP ‘The First Wave’ that will drop later this month. Dope track that has some dope bars. A banger:
Cassper Nyovest – War Ready
In 20115 Cassper Nyovest dropped his album ‘Refiloe’. From this album we already posted the dope track Malome. The famous South African rapper made the track ‘War Ready’ and he claims to be ready for whatever. The beat is made by Ganja Beatz. The video is dedicated to the victims of the violence that happend in 1976 in South Africa.
Kwaw Kese – Man No Dey Hear Ft. Skonti
Ghanaian rapper Kwaw Kese released his album ‘Forever’ in March. There is where you can find the dope track ‘Man No Dey Hear’. This track is made together with Skonti. Skonti also produced this track. Dope flow and dope beat. Also a little reference to the hit ‘Coco’ of O.T. Genasis.
M.anifest – W’ani Aba Ft. Bisa Kdei
“W’ani Aba” is a dope track by M.anifest and Bisa Kdei. The lyricist M.anifest drops two tight verses and you can Bisa Kdei on the hook. This laid back track is produced by Kwame Yeboah. The video is also dope.
Life is a game for a fool
A dream for the wise
Comedy for the rich
Tragedy for the poor
Worlasi – One Life Ft. Sena Dagadu & Six Strings
Worlasi is a talented rapper with some great lyrics. This is a track that makes you think. Together with Sena Dagadu and Six Strings he made this track. Worlasi also produced the track.
These were the 5 tracks of this time. Don’t forget to also check out our Spotify playlist.