Showing posts from September 4, 2016


Ace musician Lucky Mensah has finally disclosed why he left the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) to compose a song for the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) and Nana Addo Danquah Akufo Addo.
Lucky Mensah speaking on Adom Entertainment Hall with Mike 2  on Accra based Adom FM vehemently said it all.
According to Lucky Mensah, he left NDC due to the lies they told Ghanaians and their inability to lead Ghana to the better Ghana agenda.
"I campaigned for Atta Mills, yes,  he promised to reduce the price of petrol drastically but failed"
Speaking again the 'Nkrato)' hitmaker said he campaigned for president John Mahama for his promise to build 200 senior high schools and end Dumsor but all failed.
"Dumsor will stop yet every month it increases, Ghanaians are suffering, I have to leave to UK due to the hardship"

Cwesi Oteng Endorses NPP's Flagbearer Nana Addo!

It's the political season again and the endorsement of flag bearers keep popping up each second  and week, we are in the era of celebrity endorsing candidatures of presidential aspirants. Cwesi Oteng one of the finest gospel musician in the country now has openly endorsed Nana Akufo Addo the flag bearer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP). The 'I win' hitmaker who was aggressive to endorsed Nana Addo early on criticised those fighting against celebrities endorsing political parties.
Cwesi Oteng took to his Twitter handle @CwesiOteng  on September 10,2016 to declare to the world his support for Nana Addo
“I would like to show my support for @NAkufoAddo and to fully endorse him to be our next POGH. I believe Ghana needs a breath of fresh air.”
Last week, Lucky Mensah presented CDs of a song he has done for the NPP to Nana Addo at his [Nana Addo] residence. Wisa Greid has also endorsed the NPP flagbearer. On the other side, John Dumelo, Mr. Beautiful, Ibrahim Selasie, and some oth…


Comedian Actor Clement Bonney who is recently engaged in a mega campaign for President John Mahama and his National Democratic Congress (NDC) has criticised Ghanaians who have been throwing shoots on the ace musician Lucky Mensah.
Mr Beautiful  as he is affectionately called was speaking on Accra based Adom FM via telephone call on the station's flagship program Adom Entertainment Hall hosted by Mike 2 when he said, he sees no need to insult and call Lucky Mensah all sorts of names.
"The fact that you're a player for Hearts of Oak shouldn't be a bounder for you not to join Kotoko, if so is it then, will there be any Ghana Premier League?"
He again added, " Criticisms is good, but shouldn't be too much"
Mr Beautiful was officially called to the show to educate the public what motivated him to collaborate with ace musician Amandzeba to compose a song for the 2016 presidential Candidate for the NDC when suddenly he chipped in his comments about those who sl…

"Obour is corrupt, if he don't understand, he should take me to court" - A-Plus

Controversial Ghanaian musician A-Plus has thrown shots at Bice Osei Kuffour the President of Musicians Union of Ghana  According to him, Obour has misappropriated funds generated from the tribute song produced by members of the union during the death of the late President Professor Attah Mills. He made this comment on The First Show aired every morning on First News Network (FNN) hosted by Smart Takyi Nixon on Friday. According to A-Plus, the popular tribute song that was produced by MUSIGA for the Late Professor Attah Mills was produced by and paid for by the union but unfortunately, Obour has copyrighted the song in his name and all proceeds are going to him. ‘Obour is corrupt; if he doesn’t understand, he should take it to court. He’s corrupt number one because you see the music that was produced when Professor Attah mills passed, ‘bebree na 3y3 me ya ooo,’ that song was paid for and produced by the Musicians Union of Ghana. The Musicians Union of Ghana owns the rights to that song. A-plus went on to …

[+PHOTOS] Sarkodie Officially Christens Baby!

Multiple BET nominee Sarkodie real name Michael Owusu Addo who recently became a father, over the weekend held an official christening ceremony for his baby daughter whom he has named Adalyn Owusu Addo. The christening ceremony was held at an unidentified location in Accra with a few friends and family in attendance. Sarkodie released a song early this year to celebrate his daughter a song he titled 'The way I feel'  The 'Kanta' hitmaker revealed in the song 'The way I feel' the mixed emotions he had after his long-time girlfriend (Tracy)  told him she was pregnant.
Adalyn otherwise known as Titi was born on March 28,2016.

Checkout The Full List Of NEA Awards 2016!

Arguably one of the best awards organized on the African continent Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA), eleventh edition took place on Sunday, September 4, 2016 at Tribeca Performing Art Center in New York, Emceed  by Actress Ebbe Bassey and Actor Richard Mofe-Damijo (RMD). The event, saw Ghanaian stars like Abraham Attah, Shatta Wale, Efya, others winning big at this year’s edition.
See Full List of Winners below:
African Male Artist of the Year (Non Nigerian):
Shatta Wale
African Female Artist of the Year (Non Nigerian):
Most Promising Act to Watch: 
Mr. Eazi
Album of the Year:
Eyan  Mayweather (Olamide)
Hottest Single of the Year:
Mama (Kiss Daniel)
Best Song: Pick Up (Adekunle Gold)
AfroPop Artist of the Year: Kiss Daniel
Rap Act of the Year: Olamide
Best RnB Artist of the Year: Seyi Shay
Dancehall Artist: Ketchup
Best Collabo of the Year: My Woman, My Everything – Patoranking ft Wande Coal
Best Live Performance: 2Baba
Best Music Video of the Year 
(Director): Unlimited
LA (Emergency, Dba…

George Forest To Be Laid To Rest On November 5!

Family of the late multiple award winning sound engineer George Forest has scheduled November 5, 2016  as the burial service for their son. The date for the burial service was announced to the public during a one-week commemoration of the departed George Forest.
Wednesday 7th September ,2016 at the Tafo Community Center in Kumasi . The event attracted a number of showbiz enthusiasts and people in the creative arts industry such as Diana Asamoah, Amandzeba Nat Brew , Nana Tuffour, Mama Esther, Obiba Sly Collins, Loving Cee, Bontai Talawa ,Obofour, Bonshkaya, Don twix, Doris Gyamo and a host of others. George Forest passed away on  Wednesday August 31,2016 at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) after a short illness and was 46 years old.

"There's No Split Anywhere" - Stonebwoy's Manager Debunks Split Rumours

Manager for multi award-winning Ghanaian dancehall artist and Dancehall Warrior Stonebwoy Burniton known in real life as Livingstone Etse Satekla. Blakk Cedi has rubbished rumours that suggest the artist has parted ways with his management. Early Tuesday morning September 5, 2016, reports surfaced on social media suggesting the artist and his management had parted ways due to unknown reasons. However, Blakk Cedi disclosed the management which included himself and Karl were intact and that the reports were false.
“The management is us. Myself and Karl and there’s no split anywhere..I find the reports quite interesting especially at a time when we are putting together our peace concert ahead of the December elections.” Blakk Cedi added

M.anifest Names His Top 5 Musicians 'Jocular' In The Country Now!

Ghanaian based hip hop rapper M.anifest has bounced back to the news with something described by some people as  hilarious. The 'godMC'  hitmaker was on a media tour to promote his new album 'NoWhereCool' when he got to Accra based YFM  the presenter KDD who was hosting M.anifest asked him to name his top 5 musicians in the country only for M.anifest to mention up and coming artistes who are arguably unknown to most Ghanaians.
“I will give you the top artistes I’m looking at now that are coming out. Worlasi, Cina Soul, Dex Kwasi, A.I and I haven’t heard much from this guy but I will give it to Drumroll because he is a dope producer. I listen to them and I pay attention to what they do.”
M.anifest’s 'NoWhereCool' album will be released tomorrow September 8, 2016, and it’s available for preorder on iTunes.

EL Releases Official Album Cover For BAR 3

Reigning VGMA artiste of the year Elom Adablah showbiz name EL has finally released the much anticipated album cover for his Best Africa Rapper 3. dubbed LOMI ERA.  In a Facebook post the 'Talk Don't Bother Me' hitmaker shared the album cover and wrote 
Official AlbumCover"
EL had earlier on listed top musicians he will feat in his album BAR 3.
The BBNZ Live artiste has in the past years treated his fans with huge concerts with his previous installments at the World Trade Center in Accra. EL featured several hiphop acts on this mixtape. Notable among them are his record label mates Kojo Cue and Lil Shaker, as well as Teephlow, Medikal, Dex Kwasi among others.

I Set Trends - Stonebwoy boasts

Some call it fashion others bad hairstyle anywise, BET Award winner Stonebwoy has branded himself over the years a hairstyle most of the guys on the street admire Dread On Top The ‘Go Higher’ hitmaker, tweeted,
"Made what I Call "Dread On Top" (D.O.T) Go viral. Better Still the STONEBWOY hairstyle Better Still #Sapashini"

Shatta Wale Wins Best Africa At NEA 2016 !

Dancehall act Shatta Wale emerged the Best African Act [Non- Nigerian/African] at this year’s edition of the Nigeria Entertainment Awards [NEA]. 'Chop kiss' hitmaker whose real name is Charles Nii Armah Mensah, posted on his Facebook page to announce the award. In the post, he wrote, “We won the best African act NEA Awards. Thanks to Almighty God and my management team boogie down Nima hasheem for all the support…”
He won the award in a category that featured some big acts like Stonebwoy [Ghana], Bisa Kdei [Ghana], Sarkodie [Ghana], FA [Liberia], Sauti Sol [Kenya], Deng [Liberia], Papa Denis [Kenya] and Eric Gbeso [Liberia]. The NEA Awards was established in 2006 in New York. It focuses on the contributions of African entertainers to the entertainment industry.

Lil Win tells how 'I don't think far' term started

Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lil Win has for the past years entertained many Ghanaians through movies. In recent times, the actor has got many people using his term "I don’t think far, I don’t think madness”. Both old and the young have been heard on several occasions using Lil Win’s phrase to have fun. The actor has narrated how the construction came about. The “I don’t far, I don’t think madness” coiner in an interview with Hitz FM’s MzGee on Showbiz This Week Entertainment show over the weekend disclosed that he made those funny comments in a movie titled “Agyese Nyame Bamu” shot six years ago. He revealed that producers of the movie did not pay him because he was up and coming artiste but hurriedly added that the moviemakers gave him a token of Gh10 as an appreciation fee. The multiple award-winning actor applauded producers of “Agyese Nyame Bamu” movie for giving him such an amount when MzGee expressed shock after he mentioned the amount given him for his role in the film. Liwin lauded them for the amount be…