hip-life
 n.— «Hip-life music has been the main dominant rhythm in our music industry; hardly a day passes by without radio stations blaring them on air. This is because the “westernised” youth who form the majority of our population are madly in love with it since it presents them free style and a break. This has indirectly led to the proliferation of hip-life music youth groups like Buk-Bak, Nananom, VIP, Sas Squard, and individuals, such as Reggie Rockstone, Nana King, Ex-Doe, are “idolised’ by the youth.» —“Hip-Life Music awards” by Joyce Mensah in Accra Ghanaian Chronicle Oct. 22, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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