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Africa needs ‘dictatorship’ – Musician Sarkodie

Celebrated rapper Sarkodie has stormed micro-blogging site twitter to express disappointment at how Africa and Africans are being “oppressed” by the West, and also suggesting measures to curb the situation. “These systems were never built for us so therefore we can’t benefit from it. The world is surviving on us but we suffer. They broke us up so they can ... Read More »

Vodafone African legends nights to feature Kojo Antwi, Daddy Lumba, Samini

For the first time in many years, music lovers will witness “Mr Music Man” Kojo Antwi and lover man Charles Kwadwo Fosu aka Daddy Lumba performing on the same stage in Ghana at this year’s Vodafone African Legends Night on 29th September 2018 at the plush Kempinski Hotel in Accra. The two music Legends will be joined by Africa’s Dancehall ... Read More »

Ghana’s Harmonious Chorale crowned world champions at 2018 World Choir Games

Ghana’s sole participant at the 2018 World Choir Games, The Harmonious Chorale, has been crowned as World Champion in Pretoria, South Africa. The choir won the newly created category C28 during the second awards ceremony held on Friday at the Moreleta Park Church. This is an Open Repertoire at the championship level of the World Choir Games. In the first ... Read More »

Kanye West goes deep on his alarming political views on new track

Kanye West is switching gears from going off the deep end on Twitter to actually releasing work relevant to his talent with two new tracks. However, the order of the tracks and their differing intents have some fans asking, “What’s really going on, here?” On Friday, the outspoken rapper revealed the title of a new song called “Lift Yourself,” which ... Read More »

Ghanaian artiste Wiyaala to perform at Commonwealth Games

Ghana’s Wiyaala will perform with all female international group, GRRRL on the Main Stage at the 2018 Commonwealth Games at The Gold Coast in Australia on the 15th April, 2018. The headline performance will run from 7 pm to 8.30 pm and will introduce the formal closing ceremony to 21st edition of the games. The biggest sporting event to be staged ... Read More »

GTP to customise cloth in memory of Ebony

Ghana Textile Printing Limited (GTP) has signed an agreement with the family of the late dance hall artiste Ebony to produce cloths in her memory. GTP will manufacture newly customised cloths with the titles of some of Ebony’s songs. One of the cloths which will be used for funerals (including Ebony’s) would have a black and red design with the ... Read More »

Kojo Antwi to feature at maiden MTN Music Festival

MTN Ghana has launched series of mega music events in the country. The event, dubbed MTN Music Festival is to celebrate and express the cultural heritage of the Ghanaian through Music, Dance and Poetry. The MTN Music Festival is organized in partnership with Slip Entertainment and has already generated excitement amongst industry analysts. The events will be held as a prelude ... Read More »

Aqua Safari to host 2017 Asafotufiam State Dance

Patrons at this year’s Ada Asafotufiam festival will have a lot to cherish in terms of entertainment because this year’s event, being the 80th Anniversary has a lot of changes which the public will savour. The popular State Dance ceremony held every first Saturday night of the festival to wine, dine and dance which is one of the highest points of ... Read More »

‘When I’m gone, please marry my wife’ – Okyeame Kwame tells Manager

Ghanaian Rapper, Okyeame Kwame has pleaded with his Manager to marry his wife and father his children upon his demise. The Nsiah-Apau family Earl Ankrah is a year older today and the award-winning artiste, Okyeame Kwame has voluntarily asked him to marry his lovely wife and father his children when he is gone. Earl Ankrah The 40-year-old rapper is married ... Read More »

President Mahama signs Ghana film Bill into law

President John Mahama has signed the Ghana film Bill into law. The Development and Classification of Film Act (2006) was passed by Parliament in October 2016 after several years of deliberations and exhaustive stakeholder inputs. The new law provides the legal framework for the production, regulation, nurturing and development of the local film industry. It will also regulate the exhibition, ... Read More »