Kuami Eugene And The Art of Dealing With Criticisms.

Fragility is not a quality permitted in showbiz, unfortunately. A display of fragile spirit is permissible on paper, in the recording booth and finally when the words are pressed on a CD or in today’s world, converted into whatever format and shared across various digital streaming platforms (DSPs) for the streaming pleasure of fans. Or, when the person is acting […]

Video: Sarkodie And Efya Affirm Their ‘Love’ On “Saara”

Magic happens whenever Sarkodie and Efya join forces on a song. The chemistry between the two is outstanding, with both parties offering their best shot. There appears to be a subliminal friendly competition between the two parties- one that is more complimentary than the outshining another on a record. “Saara” produced by MOG affirms this forcefully. The fourth single off […]

Talking Verses: ”Too Naughty” By Worlasi Is A Motivational Anthem

“You got it all/ We ain’t got shit but life goes on… I for hate but all you got dey motivate me” – Worlasi When Worlasi dropped his debut album ‘’Nus3″ in 2015, it was instantly hailed as a bona fide classic. And it was not hard to realize why after listening to it. The album was different, raw, matured […]

Dazzling Film About Cuban Revolution Screens at Classics In The Park 2019

Soy Cuba (I am Cuba), a striking Cuban-Soviet propaganda made in 1964 about Cuban Revolution will be screening at Africa Film Society’s Classics In The Park on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at the Akola Boni Park in Osu. Set in the mid-1950s, in the middle of the Batista dictatorship, the film depicts the lives of Cuban people in four discreet […]

“Palaver” Adds To The Long List of Ebo Taylor’s Catalog

I remember having a conversation with Kong George, singer, songwriter, producer and DJ on how he clears some of his samples. He had sampled an old C.K. Mann record, ‘’Fa W’akoma Ma Me’’ for one of his songs. That vintage C.K. Mann record was also covered and made popular among a section of young highlife fans by the legendary Rex […]

Ko-Jo Cue – You Alone (Video)

Ko-Jo Cue emerges from the back of a crowd, pushing and shoving towards the front where the small congregated crowd stare at the photos of some great Ghanaian legends within the entertainment space who art had passed away. Images of legends like Super OD, Araba Stamp, Kiki Gyan, Charles Kofi (CK) Mann, Terry Bonchaka, Owusu-Ansah, Ronny Coaches plus others beam […]

It’s Ms Fu With The Energy

There is a price to pay for desiring perfection. Nothing you ever do is good enough. Time is spent trying to create the perfect work. Seeking perfection is like chasing one’s shadow on a sunny day. No matter how much you try, you may never get to that point. Glitches are part of life and by extension, part of work […]

The Arching Tales Of Friendship & Creative Direction Between Trig & Tinny

The farthest an elder would see while sitting down, a child would not see even when standing on a hill – Akan Proverb Nobody wants to be told what to do, even when they are knowingly cruising down the road of impending disaster. Ego and overt self-confidence could blind you into thinking whatever you are pursuing is right. When such […]

Ko-Jo Cue Sets The Internet Ablaze On His Announcement.

A series of mixtapes, as well as a joint project with fellow BBnZ signee Shaker, have already proven Ko-Jo Cue to be one of the foremost rappers in the Ghanaian music scene for the past 5 years. Now, the Bantama native is taking things up a notch. After years of fans clamouring for another experience like his acclaimed mixtape The […]