Kofi Jamar – Mi Dey Up Remix After gaining wide recognition with his inspirational saxophone filled Afro-Dance-hall/Reggae single “Mi Dey Up” off his debut EP (The Truth) which consist of six(6) solid songs, Kofi Jamar comes again backed with the prowess of Ghana’s finest BET International Act Winner and Reggae/Dance-hall
Kofi Jamar – Make You Mine On Track 5 off his TRUTH EP dubbed “Make You Mine”, Kofi Jamar turns on the heat a notch on an Afro-House Experimental beat. He admits of a woman sweeping him off his feet, and this time he proposes his unflinching love. Showing off
Kofi Jamar – Adiebi (Something) Talented Kofi Jamar serves us with “Adiebi” off the EP, The Truth. Adiebi translates as “something”. Kofi Jamar continues to show dynamism and great songwriting skills by talking about “something” that drives him crazy about his woman. He makes no mention of that particular “Something”
Kofi Jamar – The Truth EP Rapper and singer, Kofi Jamar as promised has released his anticipated tape – The Truth EP “The Truth” EP, a 6-track body of multi genre compositions is the first studio tape of the GADone signed music artiste, promising nothing but good music. TRUTH –
Kofi Jamar Rising into the mainstream music market over the past few months, music talent Kofi Jamar has hinted the release of his first studio project of an EP. Titled “The Truth”, the 6-track body of work with a single feature is announced to be officially released on Friday, 22nd
Kofi Jamar – Mi Dey Up The Lyrically Inclined, multi genre gifted Kofi Jamar releases his next music video titled “Mi Dey Up” which is an inspirational and a motivational vibe. Back on his sermon, Kofi jamar raps along the experimental Afro-indie sax filled instrumental while he talks his truth.
Kofi Jamar – Roll On GADone Records Limited presents the lyrically inclined, multi genre gifted Kofi Jamar’s first single “Roll On”. Music is a way of speaking to the soul or transmitting emotions through beats and rhythms. Kumasi is known to have most of the stylish, controversial and dope musicians