Ghanaian talented rapper and performer, E.L has us on our feet with massive studio record aptly named, “Ayele.”
“Ayele” is a synthetic style that is based on a complex blend of Afrobeat, Pistol, and native Ghanaian music components. E.L adds, “This has been by far one of my best tracks in recent times, and I’m pleased to finally experience it with you folks.”
E.L combines his Afro-style on the track as he flashes out with this unique jam. What do you know about E.L? E.L. grew in the Accra neighborhood of Dansoman. He began his education at Dansoman’s St. Martin De Porres School and then went to Jack and Jill, where he concluded his Junior Secondary School education. He was later accepted into Presbyterian Boys Secondary School (PRESEC), where he became interested in the sound craft. He went to the University of Ghana, Legon, to study economics and political science after high school.
In addition, the jam “Ayele” was produced by prolific sound engineer, KID MVGIC.
Listen to “Ayele” by E.L below.