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The Music Career of Stonebwoy Looks ‘Shaky’ Per The Recent Happenings

Award-winning Dancehall musician, Livingstone Etse Satekla popular known as Stonebwoy is facing the toughest time in his music career. Indeed, there’s “fire flames” failing to quench from the camp of BHIM Nation boss, looking at the recent happenings between him and his long time producer, Beatz Dakay. Although, disagreement among musicians and their teams do happen because they’re part of …

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The Pastors Have Failed Us

The attitude of Africans in relation to religious matters is summarized by John S. Mbiti as “incurably notorious”. Simply, the African ”eats and drink religion” in every aspect of their lives. It is in this sense that religion is defined as “the opium of the masses” by Karl Marx. Africa, a continent as a gift from God enriched with natural …

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Ghana Movie Producers Must Rise Again Because Ghallywood Is Gradually Going Down

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” was one important rhythmic poem in our Kindergarten school days. Truly, after our daily busy schedules, man needs a mental refreshment by sitting in front of the television to be entertained by our finest movie actors and actresses in the likes of Majid Michel, Nadia Buari, Martha Ankomah, Prince David …

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Mark Okraku Mantey Should Give Sarkodie A Break For Once

Some refer to him as the king of rap and to others the god of rap, Michael Owusu Addo, well known for his stage name Sarkodie is among one of the very few celebrities who has received the great humiliation from the media and seasoned entertainment pundits like Mark Okraku Mantey. Truly, there’s a hatred in some Ghanaians that makes …

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Where Is Raquel, Itz Tiffany, Eazzy & Others. Are They Still Doing Music?

Ghanaian music industry becomes bored when it’s dominated by only the men without the silky voices of our female artistes. In between  2009 -2015, the music industry had creative records from the camp of Kaakie, Becca, Raquel, itz Tiffany, AK Songstress, Efya, and Mzvee. Their input in the music industry became threatening to the lazy men who were not doing …

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The Hard Truth: The Generation of Sarkodie & Shatta Wale Are Doing Music Because of Money While Obrafour’s Era Composed Deep Lyrical Content In Their Songs

In the Ghana rap game, obviously Obrafour and Sarkodie have dominantly ruled their era. But comparing the era of Obrafour and the generation of Sarkodie clearly shows that the new crop of musicians are hungry to jam to tunes that will bring them money. They mostly ‘care less’ about the impact their music will have on their listeners. Thus, our …

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Assessment of Rapperholic, BHIMNation-GH Rocks and BAR III Musical Concerts 2016. The Best and the Worst!

  The latter days of December every year has been set aside by Ghanaians favorite musicians to organise musical concerts purposely to enrich their pockets and to entertain music lovers. This year’s music concerts was no exception to the previous years. The people’s favourite musicians once again teamed up with their colleague artistes in the industry to spice up the …

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Ghana’s 2016 Showbiz Review

As the year 2016 com­es to a successful en­d in some few days ahead, Ghbase.com makes a retrospect­ of the happenings th­at embraced the Ghana­ian showbiz industry ­throughout the year. This year can be clas­sified as a ‘black ye­ar’ for many Ghanaian­s since it has witnes­sed the deaths of man­y young promising talents and veterans in the showbiz industry.­ The …

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An Open Letter To MzGee of Hitz FM

An American poet and prose writer by name Harry Hibbard Kemp defined a poor (broke person) as a person who is not without money but rather without a dream in life. However, Hitz FM presenter Gloria Akpe Nyarku popularly known as MzGee thinks otherwise of this sensitive issue. Now, the cliché that everybody is entitled to his or her opinion …

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Media Houses In Ghana Must Be Serious

Gradually, the state of journalism in Ghana is loosing its ‘grind, substance, credibility and relevancy’ per my observations and this is because I usually do not get the intent and motive behind the stories they publish through the print and electronic media. The news headlines that take the front pages of our newspapers are full of propaganda and jokes and …

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