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Dark Suburb – Hating [Video]

February 8, 2017 by

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The skeletons are back! There are so many negative feedback in a persons struggle to express him or herself, this song just helps you build a positive mindset. “There is space in the world for whatever you want to do if it’s positive” – Dark Suburb

Dark Suburb – Hating [Song]

February 8, 2017 by

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Not hip-hop but a dope band from Ghana that I like to support. There are so many negative feedback in a persons struggle to express him or herself, this song just helps you build a positive mindset. “There is space in the world for whatever you want to do if it’s positive” – Dark Suburb

Dark Suburb – POLITICKS [Song]

August 7, 2016 by

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Your favorite rocking skeletons from Ghana have a new cut, “Politricks.”

Dark Suburb – Mama ft. Wiyaala [Video]

February 27, 2016 by

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Finally, Ghana’s first alternative rock band, Dark Suburb, has released the official music video for “Mama” featuring Wiyaala. The video directed by Deon Wills, is dedicated to all the victims of the june 3rd fire and flood disaster and also to all women across Africa.

Dark Suburb – Egobe [Song]

November 24, 2015 by

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Ghana’s biggest rock group, Dark Suburb, is back at it again! Hope is the one thing that keeps us going everyday through the difficulties that life presents.” Egobe “ is the last single of the coming Dark Suburb album, “THE START LOOKS LIKE THE END”. The song captures a situation that needs hope, urging that […]

Dark Suburb – Color Blind [Song]

October 8, 2015 by

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Imagine a world where we cannot tell black from white, Asian from American, Ashanti from Hutu, or foreigner from local. In this state of mind, we sure will care about our universe and it will be clear to us how connected we are. This is the reason Dark Suburb chose the one thing that can […]

Dark Suburb – Mama ft. Noella Wiyaala [Song]

August 21, 2015 by

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Two of the most unique acts Ghana has to offer link up for a new “alternative” track. This collaboration between Dark Suburb & Wiyaala is a song that honours the most important figures in Africa today; Mothers. The tune sang in a combination of pidgin and the northern Ghanaian dialects of Sisala & Waala, it […]