Editorial

Afro-Reggae And Dancehall Has Come To Stay

I have known Grammy awards ever since I started understanding music as the biggest world wide award scheme when it comes to music awards, i stand to be corrected. At a point in time I never thought this awards will come close to Ghana this fast. Some legends from the …

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Flowking Stone Rants On Stage At Tigo Unplugged; “Respect Kumasi Artistes”, George Quaye & Okyeame Kwame React

Flowking Stone made his feelings known during his performance at Tigo music’s Unplugged concert held at the Baba Yara sports stadium, Kumasi. It seemed Flowking Stone was having quite an electrifying performance after his big brother, Okyeame Kwame had introduced him on stage, but then suddenly the rapper in a …

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Trouble In Paradise! Doubts About Credibility of Ghana Bass Awards Organizers

Ghana Bass Awards was launched in 2012 by Rackus Production, in partnership with Bullhaus Entertainment and Solid Multimedia. The Ghana Bass Awards scheme is designed to award Ghanaian Dancehall and Reggae musicians as well as artistes who dominated Ghana music through out the year. This years edition of the award …

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Our Creative Industry Needs Investors

Without money talent will remain a dream which will never materialize and if care is not taking our industry will become a joke since the banks are not even ready to invest in it, no wonder some people think we are jokers which I vehemently disagree because looking at how …

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EDITORIAL: Ofori Amponsah’s Alewa Is Yummy Vomit, And We Love It

Alewa is cheap local toffee which is too sweet and stains your tongue. It’s a treasured relic of Ghanaian childhood in the 90s, much like ‘poki’ or ‘asaanaa’….it is also the title of Ofori Amponsah’s comeback track. The song is exceptional, an instant classic, and we’re only now realising fully, …

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EDITORIAL: Are Video Directors Being Ignored In Ghana?

Ghanaian video directors believe they deserve better and must be recognized for their work. It is quite evident that the cry by Ghanaian video directors to be recognized and awarded for their work is an annual chorus that could be likened to the regular Sunday chants and incantations from the …

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EDITORIAL: Has Guru Wronged Award Organizers In Ghana?

Despite his popularity and having been the frontrunner of the Azonto revolution with his “Lapaz toyota” hit song,Guru is yet to win a major award in the Ghanaian music industry. At the just ended 4syte music video awards,though he was nominated in 4 major categories, he again failed to win …

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