In The Chest Of A Frustrated Concert Goer

By: Nana Kojo Mula and Kwesi Allen Before I begin rehashing the heart-wrenching experience of many concert goers, including myself, let me first ask: Did you attend any concerts last December? And what was your experience as an audience? Well for me, I managed to sieve through the tall list of events. I have been to several shows and boy!! […]

Kofi Bruce – The Hottest Talking Point in Palmwine Music

It’s a rarity to find a young musician pursuing a genre of music considered “old” in the midst of more popular and commercially viable genres. For Kofi Bruce, dabbling in the genre of palmwine music – the old genre- goes beyond a matter of interest. It is an attempt to help revive  the popularity of palmwine music  and also, express […]

Concert Review: Black Sherif’s Mozama Disco Concert

I haven’t been outside- specifically to music concerts or social events- post COVID-19. My “outsiding” has primarily been to work and back home, occasionally straying into a few events when invited. I don’t remember the last time I was at a music concert. This year has not been an exception. There have been times when I would make a mental […]

WTF! Ghana Shows

An obvious fact about December? It is a whirlwind of parties, events and many many concerts. And, like most people like to say, December is the ‘’cocoa season’’ for artists- the term ‘’cocoa season’’ just means a period for artists to make money from shows. One thing is certain in December: All your favourite artists will be passed around, like, blunts, and […]

Legacy Artistes and the Question of Gen Z Experience

Change will always drive evolution. Adapting to it is often arduous especially when it is tied to growth. The thing about change is that, while we may not like it, you can not do away with it. You can insulate yourself from it for a while. But, in due course, the change will find a way to get to your […]

A Tale of Entitlement: A Case Study Of Ghana’s Music Industry

The land of Red, Gold, and Green has always been a home of great creativity, artistry, and talent. For the many things Ghana is known for, our contribution to the arts ranks at the topmost. Over the years, we have had different creatives whose contributions have contributed to the growth of the arts in Ghana and Africa as a whole. From film, photography, fashion, creative […]

Kirani Ayat, Intellectual Property Issues and What’s Important

I recall an incident where two individuals had a go at each other over an issue that, in hindsight, shouldn’t have been an issue. To cut the story short, one person made a purchase without discussing consulting the other party. When concerns were raised about the purchase, the purchaser roped in the other party, to which the person took an […]

Spoken Word Artist, Nana Fredua-Agyeman Jnr’s Album ”Ponder’” For Grammy Consideration

‘Ponder’, a Spoken Word Poetry Album by award-winning Ghanaian Poet/Spoken Word Artist, Nana Fredua-Agyeman Jnr. is currently being considered for shortlisting by the Recording Academy Board. This means the album has the potential of being nominated for the Spoken Word Poetry Album category at next year’s GRAMMY Awards ceremony.   The album was released independently on the 1st of December, 2021 on […]

Afrobeats Artist, DarkoVibes Releases Single “HAPPY DAY” Ahead of New EP

Ghanaian contemporary Afrobeats singer and songwriter, Paul Andrew Nii  Darko, also know as, Darkovibes, is excited to share new music with his teeming fans. Following the release of the hit single,“ Je’Mapelle”, with Nigerian singer, Davido, and afterwards, “Jealousy“, Darkovibes has emerged with a new release titled “ Happy Day “ complemented by production from the exceptionally talented producer, P.Priime. About the song, Darkovibes shared that, “Happy Day makes me […]