Ghana’s musical group-4×4 may not have necessarily re-branded themselves as VVIP as done, sometimes a necessary industry move to stay afloat in the increasing musical competition—but they’ve obviously managed to stay exceptionally relevant with regular hot joints.
When it comes to 4×4, the quintessential key musical ingredient to keeping the fans glued and giving the DJ’s no choice in playing your song is to pay special attention to production and style.
The group somewhat sees music as a living instrument: style must be twisted, re-shaped and sometimes dropped—others times, new style must be interlaced with the old to achieve the needed fan excitement and to get the music lovers jump up in solidarity.
With the above in mind, 4×4 has featured the current hottest Ghanaian artiste, the 2015 VGMA’s artiste of the year and BET winner-Stonebwoy on a new ragga sort of style song, titled-Auntie Dede.
And undisputably, it’s that Christmas banger Ghanaians have been waiting for.
It’s a happy song, made with key excellence: Stonebwoy’s clever delivery—and the home assault by 4×4 combine to serve a perfect danceable tune for the many festive occasions this Christmas.
Themed on “missing Auntie Dede, a London girl”, Coded (formerly known as Abortion) leads the home attack against Stonebwoy. Perhaps surprised by what seems like a perfect style invasion—Stonebwoy unleashes his best arsenals which nearly push the home team off the battlefield but for Captain Planet’s strong rap delivery.
The song is a win-win for both sides, with music lovers being the ones who take home the real trophy of fun.
It’s a masterpiece produced by MastaGarzy.
You know it’s 4×4: Listen to ‘Auntie Dede’ below…[audio:https://gclive.ghanacelebrities.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/4×4-Auntie-Dede-Feat.-Stonebwoy.mp3]