Category: Music

Wiyaala Shares Music Journey On VOA

The Voice Of America (VOA) every week profiles music artistes on the African continent and this week it makes a stopover in Ghana for a musical chitchat with one of the country’s topmost female artiste, Wiyaala.   The ace musician will share with the world how she got into music and what inspired that. The dusky damsel will also touch on his upcoming musical collaboration with South African music legend, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, and also her relationship with Angelique Kidjo.   Coupled with this, Wiyaala would speak on her experience at her recent European tour, among other issues vis-a-vis...

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M.anifest raises the bar with ‘No Where Cool’

Not only is he lyrically gifted but Hiphop artiste, M.anifest has a way of playing with rhythms to create beautiful music and he has done it again with his latest album, Nowhere Cool released last week.Nowhere Cool made up of 14 songs renered in English, Twi and Pidgen is pregnant with thought-provoking messages of love, money, struggles and other life lessons fused with traditional African sounds and Hip-Hop rhythms.Songs on the album are No Where Cool, Invisble, B.E.A.R, Hand Dey Go, Hand Dey Come ft Worlasi, Rich People Problems ft. Tumi Molekane, Palm Wine and Whisky ft. Dez Kwasi.The...

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Video: Watch How Lordina Mahama reacted as President Mahama dances to Shatta Wale’s ‘Baby (Chop kiss)’

President John Dramani Mahama entertained NDC supporters and sympathizers when he took to the stage to dance to Shatta Wale’s ‘Baby (Chop kiss)’ immediately after he launched the 2016 manifesto. Also on the stage were the National Executives of the party, Majority Speaker of Parliament,  Vice President Amissah Arthur and first lady Lordina Mahama. As they were all in the dancing mood, President Mahama appeared to be on a higher level as he was engulfed in a dancing spirit. The first lady quickly held his arm to calm him down. President Mahama exhibited his dancing skills to the admiration of...

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Shatta Wale beats Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, others to win Best African Act at 2016 NEA

Shatta Wale has beaten three of his fellow Ghanaian artistes and others to emerge the Best African Act (Non-Nigerian/African) category at this year’s edition of the Nigeria Entertainment Awards (NEA). The dancehall king beat competition from Stonebwoy (Ghana), Bisa Kdei (Ghana), Sarkodie (Ghana), FA (Liberia), Sauti Sol (Kenya), Deng (Liberia), Papa Denis (Kenya) and Eric Gbeso (Liberia). Shatta Wale, whose real name is Charles Nii Armah Mensah, posted on his Facebook page to announce the award. In the post, he wrote, “We won the best African act NEA Awards. Thanks to Almighty God and my management team boogie down Nima...

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Stop Setting Up Night Clubs And Invest In Music – Afriyie Wutah

Musician, Afriyie has called on colleagues who are in a better position to invest in Ghana’s ailing music industry to do so instead of erecting night clubs and selling alcoholic beverages. The former member of defunct music group, Wutah in an interview with Sammy Flex on AM Pluzz expressed worry about how some musicians leave the shores of the country to record outside due to the lack of quality equipment. He believes monies used by colleague musicians in setting up night clubs could have been invested in the industry so as to get better studio equipment and other things...

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