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26.07.2021

Ghanaian Drill – Mixed by Juls

Hip-Hop Drill

Juls is a British-born Ghanaian producer, DJ and musician. Sonically, his output draws from east London, where he was born, and Ghana in equal measure, volleying between the electronic elements synonymous with the capital and melodic West African genres like highlife and Afrobeats. He’s previously explored his sound through collaborations with influential artists such as Burna Boy, WizKid, Kojey Radical, Runtown, Mr Eazi and Lauryn Hill.

Last week, he dropped the slinky new single Wicked, featuring Sam Wise, Knucks and Kadiata. It’s a glimpse into his next album, Sounds of My World, which is slated for release later this year. To celebrate the single’s release, we tapped Juls for a propulsive mix dedicated to Ghana’s flourishing drill scene and asakaa movement – a regional take on the Chicago-born genre.

“This mix is a blend of hip-hop and drill music created and made in Ghana,” says Juls on his entry. “Very raw and hardcore with dialects ranging from Fante, Ga, Twi and Hausa, with some Pidgin.”


See Tracklist
King Ayisoba ft. Wanlov – Look Ma Shoe
V.I.P – Daben Na D Beba
M3nsa ft. V.I.P. – If You Don't Know
Freddie Funkstone – Ride Da P
Obrafour – Agoro No Aso
Joey B ft. Sarkodie – Cold
Jay Bahd – Condemn
Kofi Mole ft. Medikal – Pulele
Yaw Tog ft Stormzy & Kwesi Arthur – Sore Remix
Small God ft. Headie One, Kwaku DMC, O’Kenneth – Sinner
City Boy – Abonten
Pappy Kojo ft. Medikal – Yehu
Kofi Jamar – Ekorso
Sean Lifer – Ma Drip
O’Kenneth – Agyeiwaa
Joey B ft. Pappy Kojo – Wave
Sarkodie ft. Vic Mensa – Vibration
M.anifest ft. Vic Mensa & Moliy – No Fear
M.anifest – Forget Dem
Reggie Rockstone – Keep Your Eyes On The Road
Omar Sterling – Nineteen Ninety

Ghanaian Drill – Mixed by Juls

Ghanaian Drill – Mixed by Juls

Juls is a British-born Ghanaian producer, DJ and musician. Sonically, his output draws from east London, where he was born, and Ghana in equal measure, volleying between the electronic elements synonymous with the capital and melodic West African genres like highlife and Afrobeats. He’s previously explored his sound through collaborations with influential artists such as Burna Boy, WizKid, Kojey Radical, Runtown, Mr Eazi and Lauryn Hill.

Last week, he dropped the slinky new single Wicked, featuring Sam Wise, Knucks and Kadiata. It’s a glimpse into his next album, Sounds of My World, which is slated for release later this year. To celebrate the single’s release, we tapped Juls for a propulsive mix dedicated to Ghana’s flourishing drill scene and asakaa movement – a regional take on the Chicago-born genre.

“This mix is a blend of hip-hop and drill music created and made in Ghana,” says Juls on his entry. “Very raw and hardcore with dialects ranging from Fante, Ga, Twi and Hausa, with some Pidgin.”

See Tracklist
King Ayisoba ft. Wanlov – Look Ma Shoe
V.I.P – Daben Na D Beba
M3nsa ft. V.I.P. – If You Don't Know
Freddie Funkstone – Ride Da P
Obrafour – Agoro No Aso
Joey B ft. Sarkodie – Cold
Jay Bahd – Condemn
Kofi Mole ft. Medikal – Pulele
Yaw Tog ft Stormzy & Kwesi Arthur – Sore Remix
Small God ft. Headie One, Kwaku DMC, O’Kenneth – Sinner
City Boy – Abonten
Pappy Kojo ft. Medikal – Yehu
Kofi Jamar – Ekorso
Sean Lifer – Ma Drip
O’Kenneth – Agyeiwaa
Joey B ft. Pappy Kojo – Wave
Sarkodie ft. Vic Mensa – Vibration
M.anifest ft. Vic Mensa & Moliy – No Fear
M.anifest – Forget Dem
Reggie Rockstone – Keep Your Eyes On The Road
Omar Sterling – Nineteen Ninety
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