Ghana rap scene has been one of the most recognised rap music industries in West Africa and the world at large.
A number of rappers in Ghana and musical artists have been able to sell the nation to a broad audience just with their rap songs.
This article describes the best rappers in Ghana in a non-hierarchical list.
See the top 20 Ghanaian Rappers 2022 below.
Top 20 Ghanaian Rappers 2022
Michael Owusu Addo, known by his stage name Sarkodie, is a Ghanaian hip hop recording artist and entrepreneur from Tema. He simply cannot be left out when considering the best rappers in Ghana.
2. Kwesi Arthur
Kwesi Arthur is a Ghanaian rapper/ singer and songwriter whose breakthrough came in 2015.
Medikal was born on April 5th, 1994. He is a versatile and accomplished musician from Ghana, West Africa. He discovered as the AMG BEYOND CONTROL POOF Gang.
Derrick Sarfo Kantanka, better known by his stage name Amerado, is a Kumasi-based Ghanaian rapper. His Yeete Nsem series has been Ghana’s most popular rap show.
Strongman was a member of the MicBurnerz Music group, which included Azee Ntwene, who aided him in his rap career. He rose to prominence after winning the first season of Ghana’s Next Big Thing in GH Rap Music, a rap competition.
6. Pappy Kojo
Jason Gaisie, better known by his stage name Pappy Kojo, is a Ghanaian hip hop and hiplife recording musician from Takoradi. He was born on February 13, 1989. He is a rapper from Fante who is most known for his smash tune “Realer No.”
7. Kofi Mole
Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah, better known by his stage name Kofi Mole, is a Ghanaian hip hop and afrobeats musician. At the 2019 3Music Awards in Accra, he was named Next Rated Act.
8. Eno Barony (Rapper/Singer)
Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom is a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter who goes by the stage name Eno Barony. She was born in Tema, Accra, and rose to prominence after releasing her debut single “Wats Ma Name” and “Tonga,” a remix of Joey B’s “Tonga” featuring Sarkodie, in 2014.
D-Black is a multi-award-winning Ghanaian Hip-hop and Afrobeat singer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and venture investor. In the May 2019 issue of Forbes Africa, he was hailed as “a creative in the numbers game” and “one of Ghana’s most successful music moguls.”
10. Joey B
Joey B is the stage name of Darryl Paa Kwesi Bannerman-Martin, a Ghanaian hip hop recording artist. He is well-known for his ability to compose music in five languages, as well as being a great and innovative rapper, vocalist, and composer.
M.anifest is a rapper, singer, and composer from Ghana. At the 2017 Ghana Music Awards, he won Best Rapper and Hip-Hop Song of the Year. He’s collaborated with Damon Albarn, Flea, Tony Allen, and Erykah Badu, and has five tracks on the Rocket Juice and The Moon album.
Tulenkey, whose real name is Chief Osei Bonsu, is a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter who debuted on Sarkodie’s Biibi Ba, which included Amerado, Lyrical Joe, Frequency, Kofi Mole, Toy Boi, Yeyo, 2 Fyngerz, O’BKay, and CJ Biggerman.
13. Kwaw Kese
Emmanuel Kofi Botwe, sometimes known as Abodam, is a Ghanaian hiphop artist who goes by the stage name Kwaw Kese. Kwaw Kese is well known for his blockbuster album Abodam 2007, which won him five prizes at the Ghana Music Awards in 2008.
Elom Adablah, best known by his stage name E.L, is a Ghanaian rapper, singer, and producer who specializes in Afrobeats. “Obuu Mo,” “Kaalu,” “One Ghana,” “Auntie Martha,” and “Shelele” are just a few of E.L’s singles. Something Else was his debut album.
15. Yaw Tog
Thorsten Owusu Gyimah, better known by his stage name Yaw Tog, is a Ghanaian rapper who specializes in drill music, also known as Asakaa in Ghana. He’s best known for his viral song “Sore,” which featured O’Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie & Jay Bahd, as well as Kwesi Arthur and Stormzy on the remix.
Kiddblack, a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter, his eight-track extended play titled ‘For What It’s Worth. made waves. He is known for his rap flexibility and distinctness.
17. Sean Lifer
Sean Lifer, born Prince Boateng, is a rapper and drill music artist from Ghana’s Kumasi district. As a music producer for Asakaa Boys, he has played a significant influence in the spread of drill music in Kumasi’s music ecosystem.
18. Flowking Stone
Flowking Stone is a well-known Ghanaian musician who is regarded as one of the country’s top hip-hop performers. He’s also a fantastic rapper.
Sherif Abdul Majeed, better known by his stage name Maccasio, is a Ghanaian recording artist and entrepreneur who specializes in hip hop, hiplife, and Afropop. He hails from the Dagbon Kingdom in Ghana’s Northern Region. Maccasio raps and sings in his native Dagbani language, which he can blend with English and Twi phrases.
Fast rising Ghanaian rapper and hip hop recording artiste, Kawabanga made waves with ahis brand new hip hop song titled “Akatafoc”.