Tag Archives: Kwame Dadzie

MUSIC REVIEW: Guru has a big ‘Problem’

Song: Problem Artiste: Guru Producer: Willis Beatz Author: Kwame Dadzie Introduction: When it comes to what men like about the woman’s body, there are different tastes and preferences. Some men like women with voluptuous breasts, others like hips, butts or pretty face. Well, a new song Guru has released, ‘Problem,’ talks about his choice of woman. Instrumentation: Guru’s ‘Problem’ was ...

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Kaakie should go back to ‘the church’ [Article]

When you are an up and coming artiste, the only thing you think about is hitting the limelight. You don’t care about their real field, money or contract. You just want to be seen and heard. However, showbiz goes beyond being popular. There is a business aspect of it which is the quay to the talent. You have to know ...

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Joyce Blessing’s ingratitude to the Midas Touch [Article]

Once upon a time, there lived a young lady who was blessed with the talent of singing. She made good music, sung and performed to the relish of music lovers. People who had seen her perform at churches and other social functions believed she could become a big star given the necessary push – but who was there to help? ...

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MUSIC REVIEW: 2 Tales of a Highlife Dream

Song 1: Highlife Artiste: Quarme Zaggy ft. Paa Kwasi Producer: A.T.O. Author: Kwame Dadzie Song 2: Dream Artiste: Kumi Guitar Producer: Linkin Author: Kwame Dadzie Introduction: For some years now, a lot of musicians and music enthusiats have expressed their worry about the fast extinction of the highlife genre. In the wake of this, there has been advocacy from people ...

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MUSIC REVIEW: Can Wutah’s ‘Bronya’ take us to ‘bronya’?

Song: Bronya Artiste: Wutah Producer: Kin Dee Author: Kwame Dadzie Introduction: They are back. Yes, they are back. Music duo, Wutah is back together as a group after going their separate ways some 8 years ago. And hey, they are out with a song that has got everyone talking about the group. Instrumentation and Production: Produced by Kin Dee, ‘Bronya’ ...

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Why arts journalists don’t make it to Presidents’ pressers [Article]

After President Nana Akufo-Addo’s meet-the-press at the Flagstaff House yesterday, there has been the usual bellyaching of arts people on why not a single question on arts was asked. From successive governments, this has been the norm any time there is a presidential presser. Journalists that do mainstream arts and entertainment are not chosen (by whoever) to be present at ...

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Celebrities and nudity: much ado about ‘something’ [Article]

The nexus between arts, morality, ethics and law has been a complicated subject among showbiz people and the general public. Art is best communicated and appreciated when it is not hobbled with any strings. Creativity they say thrives in freedom – but the freedom is relative to the society. Nude Art predates medieval times In primordial arts, nudity was actually ...

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Chief Moomen-Ghana@60 impasse bodes ill for the arts [Article]

The issue between Chief Moomen and the Ghana @60 Anniversary Planning Committee brings to the fore how deeply marginalised the creative arts are in our part of the world. As an arts advocate, I am not happy about the turn of events in this saga and wish that it had not even come this far. However, since it is in ...

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MUSIC REVIEW: Can ‘My Own’ revive Samini’s career?

Song: My Own Artiste: Saminifilm War for the Planet of the Apes 2017 download Producer: DJ Frass Author: Kwame Dadzie Preamble: ‘My Own,’ the latest reggae song of Ghanaian dance hall kingpin, Samini, since its release has gained huge patronage among music lovers and a lot of people have expressed varied opinions on the entire composition. Instrumentation: The beat is ...

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Anal-ysing the annals of Vicky Zugah [Article]

In showbiz, it is said that every form of publicity is good publicity; it depends on how you leverage on what happens to your advantage. Stunts work. They really do! Negative publicity has worked magic for a lot of people. At least in the interim, they achieve their intended purposes and they feel fulfilled. However, most celebrities don’t bother to ...

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