AN INTERPRETATION OF BLITZ THE AMBASSADOR’S DIASPORADICAL TRILOGIA

  If you are reading this and asking who Blitz The Ambassador is, well the only thing I can suggest you do is hit the Google button. If you live in Ghana (born and bred) and was of age in the late 90s and early 2000s, you might have heard the name Baza. If you are didn’t please take a […]

DEAR VALENTINE: A Short Film with Relevance

Fiona Worlanyo Aku Ansah (@Aku_Purpleheart) is an upcoming filmmaker whose short films focus on and challenges social issues within the Ghanaian society. Her award winning short film, Dear Valentine, Aku brings to the fore the issue of lack of toilet facilities in most homes and how impact negatively on the society and relationships. Read about how young filmmakers changing the […]

VIDEO WITH A MESSAGE

Last week, whiles scrolling through my twitter feed, I chanced on this video sponsored by UNICEF as part of their education campaign against Ebola and Cholera. The video assembles some of the top artistes in Ghana to drum home the message of frequent hand washing as a means to avoid either the Ebola or Cholera menace. Artistes featured in the […]

SUICIDE SARAH by POETRA ASANTEWA

AHEAD OF THE RELEASE of her anticipated maiden EP MotherFuckitude, poet Poetra Asantewa has released a video for her spoken word piece Suicide Sarah. The poem tackles the issue of acceptance and self-esteem. She assures Sarah to ‘damn everyone, the calvary, the cross the saints and whores’ who belittle her and her capabilities. ‘Do they not know that the sun borrows […]

VIDEO REVIEW: WANLOV – VERY SOON

In this video, Wanlov preaches in a simple, controversial yet elegant manner. Wanlov the Kubolor. The bearer of this name divides opinions. Whereas some describe him as controversial, strange or a lost soul, others regard him as the representation of simplicity, freedom and a son of nature. Within this disputations and labeling, one thing remains undisputable: Wanlov is the quintessentially […]

EL- KING WITHOUT A CROWN (KWAC) VIDEO REVIEW

BBNZ’S VERY OWN E.L KEEPS living up to the BAR tag proving why he is one of the top acts on the hip hop scene in Ghana. With his BAR II mixtape set for release and its concert (B.A.R Concert) soon to be staged plus producing, guest features and performing at various concerts, 2015 has definitely been a busy one […]

THROW BACK THURSDAY: FRANK DELLE – POUND POWER

FRANK DELLE is not a familiar name is Ghanaian music circles despite his fame in Germany and parts of Europe (he was the lead singer of Reggae band Seeed). Frank Delle, is of a mixed parentage-a German mother and a Ghanaian father. He is the nephew of former PNC Presidential Aspirant and foremost dermatologist, Prof. Edmund Delle. In 2009, he […]

EVOLUTION OF GH MUSIC BY ADOMAA

The Ghanaian music scene, like all products has undergone a lot of changes. Each generation of Ghanaian musicians have added or withered it down to reflect global trends and/musical taste of that generation. The music of the 50s was heavily influenced by European (British) sound. The likes of E.T Mensah, Lord Kitchner made music which leaned towards classical English grooves. […]

KK FOSU OUT WITH NEW VIDEO P’ANI DE P’ANI

When it appears most Ghanaians have forgotten about versatile high life singer, K.K Fosu, the Sudwe hit maker has hit us with a new video to his new single P’ani De P’ani (The Best Is Still The Best). In this video directed by Patrick Putu, The D’Styler, who has been off the music scene for years, pulls over a driveway in a […]

THROW BACK: DADDY LUMBA -SESE WOSE VIDEO

DADDY LUMBA (Charles Kwadwo Fosu) has stayed relevant in the High Life circuits for more than two decades and like the proverbial tree nearer a river, he keeps churning out hits after hits till date. Currently, his new song Ye Nia Wo Ho B3to Wo (Yentie Obiaa) is undoubtedly the most popular song in Ghana. Last Monday, I chanced on this […]