Araz Releases Single Dubbed “Hiplife (Oseyie)”
Araz’s most recent single, “Hiplife (Oseyie)” produced by Cyrus is a testament to Araz’s commitment to the preservation and transference of hiplife from one generation to another. Everyone is well aware of what Araz stands for and what he means to the Ghana music community and this could be why he has a song to talk about the ins and outs of the hiplife genre. Also Araz is planning the release of his next album which he will include the single. He plans to feature ‘real soldiers of hiplife’ like Reggie Rockstone, Mensa and more for the remix of it. With his on-going campaign to preserve and popularize the spiritual essence of hiplife, Araz also hopes the structures of the Ghana music industry will be put in place well. Currently the song has started rolling out on some of the local radio stations in Accra. Asked to why he is doing real hiplife, “This is what I should be known for. This is what I have been doing. It shouldn’t be executive producers dictate to musicians what they should rap or sing about. ” Araz can best be remember for his “Laimomo” (Old firewood) when hiplife gained roots in Ghana and other countries. He followed it up with a remix of Laimomo from Jay Q and also did a controversial album dubbed “Ghanaians Hate Ghana”. This album sparked so many controversies as to why he chose such a title for the song. For more information, he could be called on 233 24 3438497 for further talks on his latest project. It is impossible to discuss hiplife’s history without discussing Araz and he has taken it upon himself to continue the movement.
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