Music

“SP Kofi Sarpong is my favourite gospel artiste” – Shattawale

If you thought controversial dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah aka Shattawale was divorced from the gospel of Christ, you have to re-orient your thought because the ‘Dancehall King’ listens to gospel music. In a post citifmonline.com chanced upon on his Facebook page, he disclosed his fondness of gospel artiste SP Kofi Sarpong. “SP Kofi Sarpong is my favourite gospel ...

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Okyeame Kwame and friends thrill at OK Stripped

Friday night at +233 Bar was one to remember as Okyeame Kwame and his friends thrilled patrons of his OK Stripped Concert with some great music, poetry and comedy. The concert started with some awesome poetic lines from the talented poet Abibikasa. He told Citi Showbiz that his poem, ‘Welcome Home,’ will be featured on Okyeame Kwame’s upcoming album. OK ...

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Most music producers of today don’t do quality music– Rex Omar

Veteran highlife artiste Rex Omar has bemoaned the quality of music produced onto the Ghanaian music market of late. Speaking to Doctor Cann on Happy FM’s Showbiz Xtra, he said music producers of today are not concerned about doing quality music. They don’t spend time and money to record timeless music. “I am not saying everybody should record live like ...

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Maayaa Releases first single ‘Limbo’ [Audio]

Delores Maame Yaa Larbi, known in showbiz as Maayaa, is a 23 year old Afro soul singer with one of the most distinct voices in our music industry. After years of grooming her act and honing her artistry, Maayaa has finally decided it is time to show herself to the world and  by so doing has released her first single ...

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Nacee’s ‘Boys Boys’ ft. Guru finally out [Audio]

The much anticipated single by Nacee ‘Boys Boys’ which features the NKZ rap champ Guru, has finally been released today. The song talks about the strife young men go through to make it in life, especially in relationships. ‘Boys Boys’ is a departure from what Nacee has been noted for over the years. The content of the song gives credence ...

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Music awards without Shattawale is no awards – A Plus

Opinionated Ghanaian artiste, Kwame Asare Obeng aka A Plus, has questioned the credibility of music awards that exclude dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah aka Shattawale. “Music awards without Charles Nii Armah Mensah aka Shatta Wale, is that one too an awards night?” he posted on his Facebook timeline. Even though he did not mention any particular awards scheme, most ...

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Songs by Kojo Antwi you should listen to

One artiste who is loved by people from all walks of life is Kojo Antwi. The dreadlocked maestro is so good that his love songs can apply to anyone in any place at any time. Whether you’re taking your lover to the palmwine tapper or to that five-star hotel, you can use Kojo Antwi’s songs very well. This weekend, I ...

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Okyeame Kwame’s ‘OK Stripped’ Concert set for April 28

Okyeame Kwame will bring us the third edition of his OK Stripped concert on April 28, 2017. The versatile artiste, along with a host of others, will be performing at the +233 Jazz Bar at Osu. It will be a great night of music, dance, and poetry. Patrons will also have the chance to get close and personal with Okyeame ...

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Bisa K Dei honoured by Netherlands Ambassador

On Wednesday 19th April 2017, highlife musician Bisa K Dei was honoured by the Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Accra. This took place at a special media and stakeholder cocktail event held at the residence of His Excellency Ron Strikker, as part of activities marking the Orange Week Celebration by the embassy to mark its Kings Day. ...

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Chords from our cords [poem on evolution of Ghanaian music]

Music has been part of Ghanaians since creation. Music is life. Music is the food for the soul and mind. Music entertains, inspires, educates and informs – but music also evolves. The poem below, published in the 2017 brochure of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, paints a 嘉盛外汇 picture of the changes Ghanaian music types have undergone from re-colonial times ...

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