In a bid to revive the Ghanaian music genre known as “hiplife,” South African-based Ghanaian rapper, Christ Offer, has released a new song titled “Dreams.”
The song, which features a fusion of Ghanaian highlife music and contemporary rap, aims to rekindle interest in the once-popular genre that emerged in the 1990s.
Hiplife, which is a blend of highlife and hip hop, was the dominant music genre in Ghana for over a decade. However, in recent years, it has lost its popularity to other genres like Afrobeats and dancehall.
Christ Offer, who is known for his unique rap style and thought-provoking lyrics, believes that hiplife still has a place in Ghanaian music and that it just needs a fresh perspective.
In “Dreams,” Christ Offer encourages his listeners to pursue their dreams despite the obstacles they may face. The song also highlights the importance of hard work and determination in achieving success.
The track, which was produced by Seven Seas, has already received positive feedback from fans and music critics alike.
With ‘Dreams’, Christ Offer has proven that hiplife is still relevant and has the potential to be a force in the Ghanaian music industry once again. Fans can listen to “Dreams” on all major streaming platforms or via the link below;