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Apple Music African Celebrate Trotro Vibes Featuring Sounds From Ghana’s New School

As the year comes and goes, so is the world experiencing different types of music, event and festivals in the music aspect of life.

World class leading music company,  Apple music Africa unfold a set to celebrate African culture especially Ghana and the sound of the streets (Trotro Vibes) featuring Ghana’s New School art.

Named after the minibus public transport system that acts as a carrier for conversation, culture and connection, Trotro Vibes celebrates the sound of the street, featuring sounds from Ghana’s new school- and it’s your roadmap to the country’s most dynamic emerging artists. Our editors update this playlist often, so if you hear something you like, add it to your library.

Apple Music is honouring Ghana’s Independence Day, with Trotro Vibes, a month-long campaign to honour Ghana’s bustling new wave of artists and the impact they are having on a global scale.

Trotro Vibes is centred around the theme of the Trotro, which are Ghana’s public transport buses that can be seen and heard all around the country. In a Trotro you meet people from all walks of life, are privy to numerous conversations, and get to hear the music that fuels the country and its thriving scene.

The campaign will feature prominent Ghanaian artists like rapper Yaw Tog, who is spearheading the Asakaa Drill movement, singer-songwriter Gyakie who is fusing Afrobeats and Afropop to fashion a sound all of her own and Amaarae who is at the forefront of the Alte and Afro-fusion scene.

The Trotro Vibes collection includes 14 exclusively curated playlists by Yaw Tog, GyakieAmaaraeKing PromiseBlack Sherif, Kiddblack, Kwesi Arthur, Jay Bahd, E.L, O’Kenneth, Darkovibes, Kwaku DMC, Cina Soul and Moliy.


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