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Watch Mr Eazi, Eugy & Ajebutter22's Video For 'Ghana Bounce' Remix

The addictive remix of "Ghana Bounce" gets a new visual.

Ajebutter22 initially dropped "Ghana Bounce," the biggest hit from his What Happens In Lagos album, last year.

The track, which is built on a subdued-yet-addictive Studio Magic production, recently got a welcomed revisit featuring the additions of Mr Eazi and Eugy.

Eazi and Eugy both hop on the butter-smooth beat, adding new rhythms, flavors and vocal cadences to this already solid hit.

The "Ghana Bounce" remix now has a new music video which sees the three artists serenading different girls and riffing on the lyrics' stereotype about Ghanaian girls backsides.

Watch the new video for Ajebutter22's "Ghana Bounce," featuring Mr Eazi and Eugy, below.


Ajebutter22 x Mr Eazi x Eugy - Ghana Bounce [Music Video] | GRM Daily youtu.be


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'This Is One Too Many'—African Union Condemns the Murder of George Floyd

"The African Union is distressed to witness yet another unwarranted execution of another African-American male."

The African Union Commission, has condemned the police killing of George Floyd and denounced ongoing racism against Black people in the United States.

In a statement released on Friday, the chairman of the African Union (AU), Moussa Faki Mahamat, recalled the Union's "Resolution on Racial Discrimination" which was established during the AU's First assembly in 1964, which denounces racism against African-Americans in the US. "The Chairperson of the African Union Commission firmly reaffirms and reiterates the African Union's rejection of the continuing discriminatory practices against Black citizens of the United States of America," read the statement.

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