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Aklerh solidifies her position as Ghana’s Dancehall Queen with the launch of two new singles, titled ‘Run D’Town’ and ‘Money’

aklerh solidifies her position as ghana's dancehall queen with the launch of two new singles, titled 'run d'town' and 'money'

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Ghana’s Dancehall Queen Aklerh Returns with Two Electrifying Singles ‘Run D’Town’ and ‘Money’

Ghana’s reggae and dancehall music scene has long been characterized by its vibrancy and competitiveness. One artist who consistently stands out in this genre is Aklerh, a sensational female musician celebrated for her commanding vocals and captivating stage presence. Recently, she has reaffirmed her musical prowess by releasing not one, but two sensational singles: “Run D’Town” and “Money.”

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Aklerh, whose real name is Zebulun Aklerh Ocansey, has forged a unique identity in the male-dominated industry. Her stage name exudes confidence, and her music radiates authenticity. She has won the hearts of fans nationwide with her ability to seamlessly blend reggae and dancehall vibes while infusing her songs with relatable and thought-provoking lyrics.

“Run D’Town” stands out as a fiery anthem that highlights Aklerh’s commanding presence. Produced by the talented CashTwo Beats, the track is a perfect fusion of catchy melodies and powerful rhythms. Its infectious chorus is bound to have listeners singing along after just one listen. Aklerh’s distinctive voice soars over the production, delivering verses that convey messages of empowerment and taking control of one’s destiny.

In contrast, “Money,” produced by CaskeysOnit, explores different themes. This track delves into the struggles and aspirations associated with the pursuit of financial freedom. Aklerh’s emotive delivery breathes life into the lyrics that resonate with the universal desire for success and prosperity. The track’s laid-back yet captivating beat complements her vocals perfectly, creating a soothing sonic experience.

Aklerh’s unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional music has firmly established her as Ghana’s Dancehall Queen in recent times. Her ability to address a wide range of subjects through her music, from empowerment to socio-economic realities, underscores her versatility as an artist. Her dedication to staying true to her roots while pushing creative boundaries is evident in both “Run D’Town” and “Money.”

With “Run D’Town” and “Money” making their way into the playlists of reggae and dancehall enthusiasts, it’s clear that Aklerh’s reign as Ghana’s Dancehall Queen is poised to endure. Her distinctive sound, meaningful lyrics, and dynamic performances are a testament to her unwavering dedication and artistic prowess. Through these new singles, Aklerh has once again demonstrated that she is a formidable musical force, and her musical journey is one that fans eagerly anticipate.

For both devoted fans and newcomers alike, Aklerh’s music is readily available on all major streaming platforms. Experiencing these two new singles is a must for anyone who appreciates genuine and impactful reggae and dancehall music. Stream below

Youtube Link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJ8fyovS0-U

Smart Link-  Money – :  https://fanlink.to/aklerh-money

Smart Link – Run D’town – https://fanlink.to/aklerh-rundtown



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Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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