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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Shatta Wale After Split With Bulldog

There comes a time in every man’s life where he has to transform to be a better person due to some past experiences. By this,one has to make certain difficult decisions and try very well to stand by the choices no matter what. A time came where we had only one “bad boy” in the music industry who stood against …

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Is Shatta Wale Being Honest About Changing OR It’s All About Getting To BET With VGMA?

Shata Wale recently filed entry for nominations for the upcoming 2016 VGMA’s which has sent the entire music industry into a tumult over whether he deserves to be part of the annual prestigious accolade. Many have taken to social media to express their obtuse opinion on the matter. For Shata Wale to make a complete overturn after referring the VGMA’s …

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MUST READ: What Actually Is Wrong With Our Ghanaian Female Musicians?

Music they say,is food for the soul.As a music lover,I am very distinctive about the kind of music I listen to and sometimes, lie on my bed and imagine how big the Ghanaian music industry will be in some few years to come as compared to where it is now. Honestly,our musicians are really doing well both locally and internationally …

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Stonebwoy

Livingstone Etse Satekla as popularly known in showbiz as Stonebwoy is currently Ghana’s best dancehall artiste. He has won the heart of many music lovers in and outside Ghana with his amazing talent. He is a 2015 BET  award winner for Best International  African Act  and the best Dancehall artist at the 2015 African Muzik Magazine Awards in Dallas. The …

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FEATURE: Ashantis are Dumb, Ewes are Wicked, Northerners are Unclean, and You are Ethnocentric!

By Patrick Fynn The White Americans believe that they are more superior to European whites, especially the British. In Europe, the British, Russians and Germans compete over who is greater. And all these men together believe they are superior to the African. But interestingly, the African man also thinks he makes a better human being, compared to another African in …

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Juliet Ibrahim: Here Are 5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Actress

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And they might surprise you. Juliet Ibrahim is widely known as one of Ghallywood/Nollywood’s top actresses, starring in countless films including , Beyond Love, Shattered Romance, Thirty Days In Atlanta, Lost Desire, Dead End, Crime To Christ, Queen’s pride, Enemy of my Soul, and 4Play for which she scored a best actress in a leading role at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards. But beyond her …

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QUICK READ: The Bible Is Against Celebrities Who Publicize Their Charity/Donation Works

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As a way of giving back to society or call it social responsibility if you like, most Ghanaian celebrities give alms and donations but the way they go about it defies the Bible’s injunction on charity works. Most celebrities stemming: music, movies, sports, broadcasting, comedy, amongst others donates to various orphanages, rehab centres, and the needy in general. Majority of …

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DumsorVigil: So What Has Yvonne Nelson Achieved?

DUMSOR – a problem we have all been scanning for solutions for. It’s a crunch that has plagued an already crazed nation. The government is working hard at bringing some solutions on board. The President is doing all he can, the minister is pulling all the strings, the clergymen keep praying, with the hope that we will get uninterrupted power …

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Can’t Players In Ghana’s Showbiz Industry Demonstrate For Once?

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Article 21 of Chapter Five, of the 1992 Constitution of Ghana under ‘Fundamental Human Right’ allows every Ghanaian the right to public demonstration as part of our democratic effort. Section (1) of the article states, “All persons shall have the right to – (d) freedom of assembly including freedom to take part in processions and demonstrations.” Successive governments for over …

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MUST READ: Why Ghanaian Filmmakers Should Not Steal Hollywood And Bollywood Stories

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If you don’t know or care to know, Ghana is one of the few countries in Africa blessed with fecund literary writers who have written thousands of books over the years – with some dead and others alive. Instead of Ghanaian filmmakers adapting some of these literacy books or folkloric tales, screen play them and shoot as movies, they rather …

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