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I’m Not Related To Sally Monte Carlo – Monte Oz Breaks Silence

Saturday, April 19, 2014 An Amsterdam based newspaper has mistakenly referred Sally Monte Carlo as a relating aunt of Monte Oz in a current report concerning the convicted former CEO of Monte Carlo grand café, situated in the heart of Accra.Some months back, news went round town that popular Accra Big girl, Sally Kleyn ...

THE MOMENT AT THE NIGHT WITH AKESSE BREMPONG

Wednesday, April 09, 2014 Not so long ago, there has been sounds banging Songs in the night and upon trying to know what its all about, a name popped up Akesse Brempong who was deep into preparations for the release for his debut album Songs in the Night. Glory be to God for great and mighty things He has done. The a ...

The Internet Has Come To Stay

Friday, April 04, 2014 Due to the proliferation of information and technological gadgets, the world is becoming a more connective environment. The demand for tablets, PCs and smart phones keeps increasing invariably sources say. A research has shown that the worlds phone users population would reach 7.3 billion by en ...

An Advice To Kumawood

Thursday, April 03, 2014 The jargon Kumawood is the name tagging the Kumasi-based movie producers who produces the local dialect Twi movies in the country. Though, producers in this small industry are making it in the market domain, they are always in the news for the bad reasons. Not for its dishonest market strateg ...

Agya Koo Must Stop The Move To Ridicule His Former Wife Publicly

Tuesday, April 01, 2014 After reading the a story of Ghanaian actor and comedian Kofi Adu alias Agya Koo on March 31, via nydjlive.com on vibe online, I felt bad and worried. Agya Koo seems to be hitting back at his wife after their abortive marriage. I asked myself why some celebrities in soccer and entertain ...

Your Profession And Your Heaven Going (Actors & Actresses)—Part 1

Tuesday, March 25, 2014 Every profession is a profession so far as it brings money home to cater for the family Housewife. We now live in a desperate times and generation in which considering the above statement what is good in society is no more patronized but we have given way for evil take the place of good. Indeed ...

Open Letter To Blakk Rasta: You Got It Wrong!!!

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Another dive into the Blakk Rasta-Charter House brouhaha as Blakk Rasta tries to make a distinction between reggae music and Dancehall music. I doubt we needed that education, just dumbfounded myself.Well, you may have missed the point of the matter at hand as your misconceived sense of i ...

A Letter To Up And Coming Musicians

Monday, March 10, 2014 Talent is one of the numerous gifts God has given to Ghana at no cost. Music and creativity is one of a kind we can boast of as a nation. Just like any other precious gift in ones possession, the way you handle and go about it your talent for it to become fruitful to you and the entire generatio ...
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Selfish Concerns Of Iwan/Blakk Rasta Misplaced!!

Wednesday, March 05, 2014 The success chalked by the Dancehall genre in the 2013 musical year has led to concerns by a section of the Dancehal/Reggae artists-IWAN/BLAKK RASTA concerning the few and fused categories in the Ghana Music Awards over the years.They have the right to equal recognition in the awards scheme, equa ...

Catching Up!!!

Saturday, March 01, 2014 I am not an economist. I have no deep idea of indifference curves, money or GDP. I dont even understand marginal utility. What I know is that the underlying philosophy of economics, which is scarcity and choice may not be applicable in Ghana because what we have here is abundance of choices. ...

AK Is No Hype; Her Competition Is Not The Ladies

Thursday, February 27, 2014 I am not in any way trying to be superlative in my writing but colleague writers or journalists who do go out to events not only at the Accra International Conference Centres AICC and the National Theatres but also to other public events will testify or agree with me that AK Di Songstress is ...

Five Songs that Shouldn't Have been made

Saturday, February 15, 2014 There are many great artists such as Wizkid, Sarkodie and E.L putting out some great music, to name a few. However there is still a lot of very bad music flooding the Ghana music industry that every Ghanaian music blogs and sites dont hesitate to support regardless of how bad it sounds. It is okay ...

Reasons Why The Ghanaian Musician Is Not Penetrating Through The African Music Industry

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Over the years, I have decided to broaden my tentacles and research into why some particular countries in Africa has its artistes playing shows in other African countries more than others.It is quite obvious that Nigeria, South Africa and Ghana have been rated as countries that are musica ...
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