Entertainment

Sex Destroying Everything In Ghana – Zapp Mallet

Sound Engineer and Music Producer Zapp Mallets is wondering why some section of Ghanaians are disappointed that Journalists that were invited to the Flagstaff House during the President’s “encounter with the media” asked substandard questions. Ghanaians have criticized the performance of some journalists who were given the rare opportunity to ask the President questions pertaining to various sectors of the ...

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Freddie Blay urges ‘entertainment industry players’ to engage governmentt for more support

Acting New Patriotic Party National Chairman Freddie Blay has urged leadership of the Entertainment Industry to continuously engage Government for more support to improve the Entertainment and Creative Arts Industry in general. Speaking in an interview with AttractiveMustapha.com after a press soiree organized by the Musicians Union of Ghana, Hon Freddie Blay stated that entertainment everywhere in the world is ...

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Ebony’s progress is not ‘trial and error’ – Bullet

Manager of Ghanaian female musician-Ebony Reigns, Ricky Nana Agyemang popularly known as Bullet has revealed what has been put in place to ensure the success of the ‘90’s Bad Girl’. Speaking in an interview with Melvina Frimpong Manson on Suncity 97.1FM’s Showbiz 971 in Sunyani, Bullet stated that Ebony’s success is calculated—and not based on trial and error. “Ebony’s progress ...

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My parents had doubts I will do well with music – MzVee

Dancehall artiste, MzVee has disclosed that when she started her musical journey, her parents had doubt that she will do very well with her chosen career.   According to her, she had to prove herself to her parents and now they are proud of her achievements in the music industry. She said while speaking to Accra-based Kasapa FM that “My ...

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I’m happy with my career and not suffering – Paa Kwasi debunks

Contemporary highlife artistes Paa Kwasi has revealed in an interview with Blagogee.com that he’s happy with his career as an artiste and not suffering. A report circulating on social media and online portals indicates that after two years of break up with his music duo [Dobble] he’s suffering as an artiste. According to him, I’m doing good as a solo ...

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I don’t have regrets as MUSIGA President – Obour

Mr. Brice Osei Kuffour, President of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) says he doesn’t have any regrets since he took over the mantle to manage affairs at the union. In an interview with rainbowradioonline.com at a press soiree organized by MUSIGA to outline its agenda for 2018, Obour as he is affectively referred to said, what he could have ...

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