In our Ghanaian music business, hi-life music has recently grabbed center stage. We’ve had a lot of great hi-life music from our artists so far in the first quarter.
R2Bees, Kelvynboy, and Camidoh are just a few examples of artists whose recent popular tracks have been excellent hi-life music.
Eboso, DownFlat, and Sugarcane have established the tone for Hi-life music in 2022, with emerging performers like J.Sunset benefiting from it.
Sunset, who is signed to Figures Entertainment, expressed his enthusiasm for hi-life music, praising all hi-life artists.
J. Sunset, who is also a TV host for ONEPLAY Africa, said that hi-life music is in our DNA as Ghanaians when asked why he enjoys it so much.
“Is there anything about hi-life that doesn’t appeal to you?” “Every Ghanaian has a Hi-life aspect in him/her, from the way we sing our church songs to our Jama songs and every day lullaby,” J.Sunset said.
J. Sunset, a newcomer to the music industry, stated that he grew up listening to hip-hop music, which he says is the foundation for all of his songs.
“As an artiste, I admire other artists who stay true to their roots and identities—I know the world is listening to Afrobeats right now, but we can also make the world adore our Ghanaian identity; genre—Hi life.” – opined J. Sunset
We’re in a period when sound is evolving, and ours should as well, but we can keep the fundamental characteristics of hi-fi while evolving to preserve our roots, as J. Sunset emphasized.
Sunset praised his fellow musicians who are currently releasing hi-life jams, as well as all DJs who are playing them.
J.Sunset teased that he will release a Hi-life song soon, telling his followers from both his TV program and music to stay tuned to their favorite platforms for more information.
If we want to maintain our position as African music leaders as Ghanaian artists, hi-life music is the way to go.