“Believe In God”: Wiki Xenda Spotlights the Afro Sounds of Upper East on New EP

Emerging artist Wiki Xenda is putting his hometown of Pusiga on the map with his infectious blend of afropop, dancehall, and afrobeats. The talented Ghanaian musician recently released his new 7-track EP “Believe in God” (B.I.G), delivering nonstop rhythms that seamlessly fuse genres and cultures.

The EP bursts open with “Murda,” a gritty dancehall afropop banger laying down the record’s vibrant sonic landscape. Xenda shows impressive range on “Arijanna,” sliding between rapid fire verses and a pop-leaning hook. His songwriting gives fans a glimpse into life in Upper East and beyond, touching on universal themes like love and the daily hustle.

Boey P joins Xenda as the EP’s sole featured artist on the standout track “Life,” their back-and-forth Afropop melodies and flows erupting with chemistry. The homegrown producer trio of Blessbeatz, Wagzy Beat, and Boey P beatz helped craft the project’s raw, contemporary sound that stays true to Xenda’s artistic vision.

Tracks like “Ruler” and “Betty Butty” balance heavier club rhythms with Xenda’s silky vocals, while songs “Suwane” and “Bamugansuba” opt for mellower, romantic atmospheres. Across all seven songs, Wiki Xenda makes his mark with charismatic vocals, relatable songwriting, and production that fuses genres like dancehall and afrobeats.

“Believe In God” is available to stream across all major platforms. Keep an eye out for more ebbs and flows from one of Pusiga’s most promising talents, Wiki Xenda.

Listen to the EP HERE

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