The two songs form part of a collection which will be formally outdoored at the launch of this year’s Hit-Maker programme soon after the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
The songs about to come out are titled Go Harder and Tititantor.
“Koo Ntakara has been hard at work in the studio since winning Hit-Maker II,” Gabriel Boateng, Communications Manager at Rackus Entertainment, which is partnering Bullhaus to manage Ntakara, said.
“He is a very talented young man and we believe he would soon make a big impact on the scene.”
Ntakara has taken advantage of a number of shows in the nation’s capital and beyond, since winning the Hit-Maker II contest last year, to further showcase his abilities as a rapper and singer on the live stage.
The first Hit-Maker contest was won by Naterial with Miriam as the runner-up. Both artistes have since put out their debut albums and also performed at various shows across the country.