Christmas is a season of Love, full of many beautiful memories, sometimes as a result of the songs that come with it. You can equally say, it is the major season in the Christian Calendar that comes with carols and memorable melodies that we cherish.
Some of the Christmas carols carry powerful reminiscing power back to the days of old when we were young, and it even more fun when these carols are sung in your local dialect.
I happen to chance upon some Ghanaian Christmas carols as well as covers of some of the good old day’s carols sung in both Twi and in English that I would like to share with you.
If you personally have a beautiful Christmas Carol song or a rendition you want to share, kindly send it to [email protected] to be added to this list.
Please share and leave your comments below the article and let’s make the festive season memorable;
- ADWOA PAT -“Afihyiapa” a traditional Ghanaian Christmas song
2. “Nipa ne Abofo” (Ghanaian Christmas Carol) by Newlove Annan
Nipa ne Abofo, translated “It must be the Good news; because both Angels and Humans are singing the same chorus. Sung by the Ghana Wesley United Methodist Church, Woodbridge, VA. Dir. Ebenezer A. Allotey.
3. Kwan Pa Band Indigenous Christmas songs
Kwan Pa Band continues to prove to us PalmWine music is still alive. Continuing the Legacy of Agya Koo Nimo. Pure Authentic Music originating from Ghana 🇬🇭 West Africa. Enjoy.
4. Ghanaian Christmas Medley by Felix De Solo
5. Emmanuel Owusu Akyaw with Jesus Rules Crews – Holy Night Local
6. Prince Matthews Hakeem – Christmas Cafe
A timeless contemporary Highlife Christmas song skillfully brewed by Prince Matthews (Hakeem), a renowned Guitarist, Musician, Writer, Composer and Producer. This great piece blended with an African dialect (Twi) reactivates the relevance of the birth of Christ Jesus, the soon coming king. Rearranged by: Prince Matthews and Linda Donner Matthews.
7. Uncle Ato – Christ is born
8. Soul Winners and Joe Mettle – Christmas Medley