Adu Sarpeah

Editor in chief

Ghana's realest blogger whose motive is to uncover the rot which has engulfed Ghana's showbiz via blogging. His style of writing is unique as you can feel the flow & punch lines without fear or favour. Follow him on Facebook @Adu Sarpeah or link up via Email sarpeah@ghbase.com

Latest Articles

Criss Waddle dashes a disabled man selling on the roadside whopping amount of money (+ video

Sometimes, issues of this nature makes critical beings question that rationale behind street beggars. This is because some beggars can actually work for survival...

Sarkodie accused of music theft; American artiste Ne-Yo is the original composer of “Do You” as Sark copied the chorus verbatim (+ video

Per Ghana music archives, Kuami Eugene of Lynx Entertainment fame is number one when reminiscing contemporary musicians who take delight in song sampling or...

Busted: Social media users accuse Abyna Morgan of stealing Kelvyn Boy’s song (+ songs

Historically, Kuami Eugene of Lynx Entertainment fame is number one when reminiscing contemporary musicians who take delight in song sampling or otherwise music theft. READ...

“I’m a proud lesbobo because men of today are not trustworthy” – Ghanaian Songstress confirms for the first time (+ video

For the first time over several decades, a musician in Ghana has been bold enough to open up on her sexuality with the same...

“At least I can read, I’m intelligent and rich so no need to further my education” – Fameye (+ video

Growing up in most Ghanaian communities, youngsters were advised by their parents to take their books with all seriousness for classroom education is the...

Sarkodie should be taught as a subject in schools – Dr Cryme supports Da Hammer

Edward Nana Poku Osei, popularly known as Hammer has most recently pleaded with curriculum developers in Ghana to introduce a new subject that will...

E.L at BBnZ Live was blocking my shine until he left – Ko-Jo Cue

The truth is, Ghana is blessed with uncountable number of talents especially in the area of music but few voices are heard on radio...

“Make sure you achieve more in life before you hit 30years” – Kafui Danku advises Ghanaians below 30

Growing up in most Ghanaian communities, boys and girls were advised and inspired to believe in the cliché “Life begins at 40", therefore it's...