Entertainment: Feature Article

The Curse Of Being Famous: The Adebayor Story

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Living the life of a celebrity means different things to different people; however, many aspiring models, actors, musicians, athletes, broadcasters dream big. You have heard young aspirants say they want to be up there. A lot will succeed through hard work, but the majority do not get to live th ...

“Storms” The Creative Arts Industry In Progress

Monday, May 25, 2015 They longed and waited for this day. Suddenly the day which heralded a significant progress in the creative arts industry came like the rains in the harmattan. At the Exhibition Hall of the National Theatre on May 15, 2015, stakeholders in the creative arts industry were presented with the drafte ...

Shatta Rako; " I Am The Originator Of The Name " Shatta" In Ghana".

Saturday, May 23, 2015 Ghana s finest nifty, crafty,adroit,dexterous and industrous reggae soloist and dancehall performer, Rexford Kojo Amoah, popularly known as Shatta Rako, the instigator of the name SHATTA in Ghana has raised his trepidation vis-a-vis musicians in Kumasi. Shatta Rako after being signed onto Aspire Mu ...
Anita Erskine and Joselyn Dumas

When The Presenter Knows His Place, There Will Be No Chaos Like Joselyn Dumas & Anita Erskine Had

Wednesday, May 6, 2015 There is no doubt that there exist a heated beef between top notch broadcaster Anita Erskine and former face of Viasat1 39;s The One Show, Joselyn Dumas. Arguably, it could be said that both broadcasters have had a roller coaster relationship but could not settle their differences, hence ...

The Mohammed and Mountain syndrome in the entertainment industry

Sunday, May 3, 2015 Who on earth is proud of talking about a sin he is guilty of? The kind of sin he is not ready to repent from and one he would always claim to be the best way to succeed? You might be looking at the guy here, that rsquo;s if you can see me, but I just have to talk about this because where I live i ...

Event Organizers Should Stop Spoiling The Brand Of Ghanaian Musicians With Mediocre Promotions

Sunday, April 26, 2015 Yes oo I am back again with my Wahala. Checking your budget, abandoning the online team, paying for TV amp; Radio to do COS 90 works, is a huge part of addiction with our event organizers. I am beginning to feel uncomfortable with how some event organizers in Ghan ...

JM goes CRAZY

Thursday, April 23, 2015 Music as the say is the food to the soul and it can also be used in so many ways but Joseph Mensah po ...

Meet Radio’s ‘friendnemies’ Blakk Rasta And Fifi Selah

Friday, April 17, 2015 Their banter is couched in such coded terms that it takes one with a keen sense of observation to make it out. Ideally there shouldn't be a fuss about what each fella does but life being what it is offers many inexplicable situations. For starters Blakk Rasta of Barack Obama fame is a radio prese ...

The Man Behind Terkloving by Desiredbydalia

Friday, April 17, 2015 The Truth is I am a little obsessed with small businesses that have philanthropic background attached to them. I find it inspiring because they are regular people just like you and me, trying to do extraordinary things that can benefit the world. I decided that I wanted to speak to Thomas Osei, CEO ...

Making The VGMAs Industry Relevant: A Modest Proposal

Wednesday, April 15, 2015 Jonathan Swift, the well-acclaimed satirical author of 'Gulliver's Travels' fame, in one of his essays offered a solution to the economic crisis and the pain of the masses of Ireland, his native country, where the rich were getting richer and the poor were perpetually poor. His piece, wr ...

Is The Ghanaian Music Industry Embracing Dark Ancient Religion? – The Prophet Asamoah-Larbi Probes.

Tuesday, April 14, 2015 The Prophet Daniel Asamoah-Larbi, president of Worldwide Council of Prophetic Alliance has sent a word of advice to charter house ndash; the organizer of the 15th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards concerning the performance of the music band Dark Suburb. Accord ...

Opinions: VGMA 2015- A Kutu Acheampong Toast To The Volta Brand

Sunday, April 12, 2015 After so many years of struggle to bring the Volta brand on to the musical stage in Ghana, some determined and talented young ones are finally making breakthroughs. Although some contemporary artists from the Volta region do argue that the ewe language is one of the difficult languages a musician ...

Ghana Music Awards: Celebrating Ghana Music

Sunday, April 12, 2015 Thank you for your efforts in bringing attention to the music of Ghana for it has changed my life. I am an American woman and the peace, love, and happiness that is spread within the African sound sings to my soul. I am surprised with all of the music created within that region that there ...
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