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Adu Sarpeah, Blogger at Ghbase.com, Has Been Nominated For 2017 UMB Ghana Tertiary Awards As Most Influential Student Blogger

Adu Sarpeah

Adu Sarpeah, Ghana’s upcoming investigative entertainment journalist, has been nominated for the prestigious Ghana Tertiary Awards, 2017 as most influential student blogger. The award scheme is set to celebrate tertiary students who are basically excelling outside the confines of the lecture theatres.   Adu Sarpeah is a level 400 student at the University of Cape Coast (UCC) offering Bachelor of …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: “Sarkodie Is A Habitual Liar & That Will Cause His Downfall”

sarkodie on behind the move

16th President of the United States of America, Abraham Lincoln once recorded in his speech that, “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time”. Therefore, I shall ride on this assertion to put forth my argument.   Permit me as …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: Let’s Weep For Ghana As 90% Of Our Media Content Promotes….

Gone were the days when owners of Black and White television sets were demigods in their vicinity. Hitherto, most people come from afar to encamp at vantage areas and stay glare at the emitting rays from the TV sets, with all their protruding foreheads and eyes determined not to miss a sight of programmes telecasted on GTV.   Morality was …

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LEGENDARY VIBES: Ghbase Celebrates The Famous OSIBISA Band

The maiden edition of LEGENDARY VIBES, Ghbase.com, Ghana’s Favourite Entertainment Blog, Celebrates Osibisa Music Band. Legendary Vibes is an initiative by GHbase.com to celebrate the works of Ghanaian artistic personalities.   A Quick Biography   Osibisa, one of the greatest band ever, which took the world music by surprise was founded in London in 1969 by four expatriate Africans or …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: Ghanaian Media Must Be Blamed For Our Woes!

Ghana Media Houses

Gradually, the stat­e­ of journalism in Gha­na is losing 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 …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: GH Artistes Have Been Down For Too Long. Enough of The ‘Local Champion’ Tag & The Greed & Envy Among Themselves.

Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Manifest, Stonebwoy

Where’s the love? The love our legendary musicians like Osibisa, Nana Kwame Ampadu, Akwasi Ampofo Adjei, Samuel Owusu, Aseibu Amanfi, et al. championed and pushed our Ghanaian music to the topmost level lies? Life must be lived not on the assumptions of others but on rational basis, we do compare our personal lives to others in order to make more …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: A Review of Five Most Inspiring Songs By Sarkodie Since He Started Music

Born Michael Owusu Addo known by his stage name Sarkodie cannot be left out when paying respect to acts who have contributed positively to the growth of Ghana in terms of music. The African rap-god, as he loves to be called is undoubtedly a keen player or better still a revolutionist in the Ghanaian hip life/hop music genre from the …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: Forget Sarkodie, Shatta Wale is The Man of The Moment!!

This outstanding artiste identifies himself as being overdose with music in his genes and doubles as the king of dance hall music in Ghana. Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr. popularly known as Shatta Wale is the man you’ll love to hate as far as our showbiz industry is concerned.   He’s solely the artiste in Ghana who needs no introduction …

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A Review of The 2017 VGMAs, The Good & Ugly

Every county in the world has its unique way of rewarding hardworking talents in the country with respect to their entertainment industry. In Ghana, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards remains one of the biggest award platforms despite the growing controversies surrounding its main organisers thus, Charterhouse Ghana.   Over the years most Ghanaian artistes, media personalities and showbiz enthusiasts have come …

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Adu Sarpeah Writes: Telenovela Is Killing Our Ghanaian Culture

Gone were the days when owners of Black and White television sets were demigods in their vicinity. Hitherto, most people come from afar to encamp at vantage areas and stay glare at the emitting rays from the TV sets, with all their protruding foreheads and eyes determined not to miss a sight of programmes telecasted on GTV.   Inspector Bediako, …

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