Showing posts from May 22, 2016

Shatta Salutes Samini !

Despite the on going 'beef' between Shatta Wale and Chris Waddle both exchanging insults in a song. Shatta Wale seems to be a happy man as he took to Twitter to big up Samini

Kontihene fires Obour you also have a profane song

Hiplife musician, Kontihene, has expressed his
disappointment in Bice Osei Kuffour (Obour),
President of Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA),
over a statement he issued which suggested that
musicians desist from the use of profane lyrics.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the union
urged Ghanaian musicians to put together lyrics
which can have a positive impact on the listener
than one punctuated with profanity.
The union further called on the National Media
Commission (NMC) to check such songs which
are sometimes played on air during primetime.
The statement also asked media houses to do
well to ensure that such practices are
discouraged by not giving it rotation.
In response to the statement, Kontihene rather
asked Obour to apologise to Ghanaians over the
profane lyrics he used in his songs when he
reached the pinnacle of his music career.
Kontihene told Pulse that “Every artiste has his
own followers and the kind of music his followers
understand. Music is a medium through which

Adom TV to release new series "Veera"

Adom TV is set to roll out another soap opera,
'Veera', sure to banish any lingering doubt about
the networks hypnotic hold on the Ghanaian
Veera, an Indian family series adapted in Twi is a
story about a brother who is forced by
circumstance to become a mother to his half-
sister. He shoulders the responsibility of taking
care of his younger sister after the death of her
Needless to say, the sacrifices they make for
each other is nothing short of tremendous.
Their bond is unbreakable, but life's set of
challenges and tragedy keeps throwing one salvo
after the other at them. How far can love travel?
How long can their bond endure?
Veera, meaning elder brother, provides riveting
family entertainment which will hold you glued to
your TV in the afternoon long enough for your
favourite Kumkum Bhagya to take over in the
Of course, local language adaption is a game-
changing innovation by Adom TV that is set to
stay. Your grandmother or landlord wouldn…


Ace Nigerian music video director, Clarence
Peters has reportedly been robbed of his
production equipment and other belongings in
Accra, Ghana.
According to hiplife grandpa, Reggie Rockstone,
“VVIP, Stonebwoy, Clarence Peters and
Patoranking are ready to offer a sum of
$10,000 dollars to anybody who would help to
recover the lost items,”
Reggie Rockstone of confirmed the robbery and
described it as unfortunate and a disgrace to
Clarence Peters who was in Ghana to work with
music group VVIP, Stonebwoy, Patoranking and
other artistes.
Lost items including a hard drive which contains
rushes of VVIP’s upcoming video with
Patoranking and some works of Stonebwoy worth
thousands of Ghana cedis.
“When we shot the video his crew who lived in
East Airport Guest House…He brought his own
camera crew who he has been working with for
years and then he stayed at Alisa Hotel. Tuesday
night by 2: 00 a.m. we saw the CTTV footage, a
young man neatly dressed, walked into the room
and picked up the…