Bantama Bros: Ko-Jo Cue and Kofi Jamar’s Bromance

It’s often said that words are powerful. That, whatever one says is bound to happen with immediacy or after some time- days, months, years, century or millennium. When words are spoken from a place of love or hate, the consequences could have a happy or bitter ending. That’s why when someone showers words of praise and goodwill on you, you […]

Song Review: KiDi – Spiritual

KiDi has begun 2021 with the release of his latest single “Spiritual”. The afropop record featuring label mate Kuami Eugene and Nigerian artist Patoranking is KiDi’s first since signing a distribution deal with empire music. The release of the single comes after KiDi’s amazing run in 2020 following the release of his highly acclaimed “Blue EP”. The EP spurned two […]

How Sarkodie, Kwesi Arthur, Kuami Eugene Use ‘Tricks’ In Their Art.

Tricks, when done well could propel one from the bottom to the top and keep those at the top floating. There is a pack of ‘tricks’ in every industry that the players within it know how to optimize to their advantage. A lot of the time, experience opens your eyes to them, either acquired through personal episodes or from observations. […]

EP Review: Mike Akox – Patience

Mike Akox’s African background as a Ghanaian, West African affords him the advantage at shaping his sound along the dominant Afrobeat sound. As an artist based in Australia, he is able to infuse some of the oceanic influences to create a sonic palette that appeals to his fans on each side of the continents. The musical journey of Mike Akox […]

2020 Wrap Up; Thank You Readers

The attention that the Asaaka wave has brought to Ghana music can rival Kwame Nkrumah’s 6th March declaration of Independence some six decades ago. 2020 has ended. A new year has been ushered in. However, the world is orbiting the sun on bated breath. The COVID-19 pandemic is still disrupting the world. Governments are struggling to keep people safe; individuals […]

2021 Video Sponsors List

Call 0246797553 / 0240937337 or email culartblog@gmail.com if you’re interested in a video sponsorship slot January – Negus Ships Have you tried Shopping from your favorite/ most convenient store in the US? Yet, import duties, shipping cost, and the headache of losing your items along the way stop you? Negus Ships has an address in the US to receive your […]

Paapa’s “Technical Difficulties” – A Dive into Empathy

Guest Post by: Paul Azumah-Ayitey (@kojoayitey) On his humanity-themed capsular project, “Technical Difficulties”, multi-talented Ghanaian singer, songwriter, rapper, and producer, Paapa, offers empathy to troubled hearts. “Technical Difficulties” surfs the currents of the world and provides instant consolation to humanity albeit douched intricately in alluring sonics, and coloured in a manner that seeks to spread hope in the end. The […]

Evolution of Hip Hop And The DIY Acumen of Ghanaian Acts

Armed with DIY (Do It Yourself) spirit, hip hop artists in Ghana are finding ways beyond their talents to evolve with the times as they sell their creativity to the rest of the world In the aught of 1994, Reggie Rockstone and DJ Rab Bakari randomly met and together changed the face of Ghana music for the better. Reggie Rockstone, […]

Is Life Living Records the Most Influential Label of 2020?

2020 might have been a fucked up year, globally. The COVID-19 pandemic, which engulfed the world from the aught of January 2020 had left in its trail devastating consequences. The vermin has devoured almost everything on its path. The human casualties are in the millions, global economic gains have been eroded, jobs have been lost, and businesses have shut down. […]

THE CUTS: EP 06 VOL. 12

THE CUTS is a weekly review of newly released songs and videos. The songs and videos covered are not genre or region-specific. Once we find it dope, we’ll share our thoughts on it here. Jay Bahd – Condemn Life Living Record artist, JAY BAHD is here fanning the flame the Kumericans have launched in this last quarter of the year with […]