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 […]

WHY ARE GHANAIAN ARTISTES UNABLE TO SELL BIG SHOWS OUTSIDE GHANA

One of the greatest things a lot of musicians hope for, is to sell out big shows outside of their home country. Aside from the usual award wins, millions of streams accumulated and having their music crossing borders-regionally and continentally, selling out big shows is a huge priority on everyone’s to-do-list. That’s why you hear some of these artistes speak of […]

Burna Boy’s “Twice As Tall” Is An Album Befitting His Status Today

“Twice As Tall”, the third album from Burna Boy under his partnership with Atlantic Records is the ideal album at this stage in his career “Oh I have to be twice as tall at least to be better than I do”. So goes the sampled opener on Burna Boy’s new album ” Twice As Tall”. As the title portends, the […]

Concert Review: A godMC and A Giant Enthralled At Manifestivities

On the night, Burna Boy confirmed his status as the Giant on the continent while M.anifest and the rest of artistes on the night gave meaning to showmanship The applause was resounding. The audience were lively and responsive, pulsating with infectious bout of energy. The artistes met the goodwill of the audience, offering back the love with great performances on […]

Burna Boy Confirms His Status As “The African Giant” on New Album

The first time Burna Boy mentioned “African Giant” was in a chain of tweets that expressed his disgust or the lack of respect organizers of Coachella had accorded him. Billed to perform at the global music celebration in April- along with Mr. Eazi as the only two African artists on the stage, Burna Boy felt insulted by how his name […]

Video: Mr.Eazi Pays The Prize For Cheating In ‘Miss You Bad”

Accepting you are wrong in a relationship is not an act many are ready or willing to without some level of equalization – pointing out a wrong the other partner might have committed. Often, such tactic is employed to keep one party in the relationship or justify their act. Mr. Eazi said it best on the pre-hook of “Miss You […]

Concert Review: In The End, M.anifest And Music Won At “Manifestivities”

It was meant to be a momentous event. And so it was, after five-and- half hours of power pack performances from the main act of the night, rapper M.anifest, guest artists and surprise guests. Despite unbridled loyalty and dedication of “Manifans” (the name M.anifest’s fanbase) – their willingness to be present at the December 23 event, it was the announcement […]

THE CUTS: EP 04 VOL. 7

THE CUTS reviews songs, videos or albums we think deserves your attention. The music covered are not genre and/or region specific. Once it is good, it would be reviewed here. THE CUTS is available every FRIDAY Kuami Eugene – Walaahi Love is a theme Kuami Eugene enjoys alluding to on his songs as Angela, Confusion and, to an extent, Wish […]

Album Review: Burna Boy Proves He’s Not A One Dimensional Artist on “Outside”

On “Calm Down”, the penultimate song of his recently released album “Outside”, Burna Boy hints: ‘Got me moving in slow motion/ I’m tryna walk on top of the ocean‘. Though a reference to an overdose on drugs, this declaration, is a summary of his career. Over these years as an artist, the Afro-fusionist hasn’t received much credit for his immense […]