SPOTLIGHT: AN INTERVIEW WITH MUTOMBO DA POET

MUTOMBO DA POET is a recognized name within the Ghanaian art scene; first as a spoken word artist, a photographer, an occasional rapper and sometimes an actor (he made cameos in Coz Ov Moni Pt 1 & 2). For many, Mutombo is one of the  leading contemporary poets whose untiring efforts has helped push spoken word poetry  from obscurity to visibility: making spokenword […]

INTERVIEW: ELIDIOR THE POET TALKS MISFIT

AMEDIOR ELIKEM, known on the Ghanaian poetry scene as Elidior The Poet is set to release his debut EP, MISFIT. The EP which took two years to make touches on the subject of social justice, politics and reproductive health issues. Elidior The Poet has been performing for years across the country and in this interview reveals the inspiration behind MISFIT […]

ONE-ON-ONE WITH PRODUCER NEL MAGNUM

NEL MAGNUM (Roger Ebo Quansah) aka Roger That is a young music producer who has not hidden his desire to venture into scoring music for movies. The walk towards his dream became a reality when he scored for the highly anticipated Pascal Aka directed blockbuster movie Interception which hit theatres a fortnight ago. Having disclosed his intentions to me in […]

INTERVIEW WITH POETRA ON YET TO BE RELEASED EP MOTHERFUCKITUDE

Ahead of her debut Spoken Word/Poetry EP, i quizzed Poetra Ama Asantewaa about the EP, Feminism and Ghana’s growing poetry scene. Can you describe who Poetra is? Tell me and your fans how you became a poet? I’m not clear on the things to be done before one can call herself a poet, except from the act of writing. I […]

SPOTLIGHT: 10 QUESTION FOR A POET WITH O’ZIONN

DANIEL KOJO APPIAH known to many as O’ZIONN talks why collaboration between creative artists is important, writing deep poems and harbouring suicidal thoughts plus his beard and hair What does poetry mean to you? Poetry means several things to me. Basically it means identity to me. It means when you admire something about someone, what or who they are, you […]

10 QUESTIONS FOR A POET

Kwame Aidoo (Kwame Write) shares opinion on why poets must challenge themselves, asks what is society doing for the current crop of poets and why he wants Prez. Mahama kicked out of office. 2014 was a busy year for you. 2015 has started well. What drives you? Passion first, do more than talk! I’m thankful for the support across board. […]