Mefiri Ghana – An Idea That Turned Into Reality

blankMefiri Ghana, the clothing line with a name that has a powerful tone to it yet so simple in meaning. It has got so many Ghanaians talking and looking funky since it started a year ago by two cousins. Arnold Sarfo-Kantanka and Nana Adu-Sarfo have paved ways for young Ghanaians to be able learn about their roots and to educate the world about their heritage.

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Exclusive Interview With Naa Ashorkor

blankAs the clock ticks, amazing talents will be required in the Ghana Movie Industry when the already known ones begin to fade out. One of such talents upon whom the mantle will fall is Naa Ashorkor, an outstanding actress and TV Presenter who displayed her excellent and matchless acting dexterity in both the “Perfect Picture” and “Scorned”.

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Spotlight: Interview With DJ Kess-Ghana’s Best Female DJ


Kess is a young Ghanaian belonging to a sphere of the music industry which is characterized by headphones, big-boosted bass speakers and experienced hands. DJ’ing in our industry has come of mellowness and the invaluable contribution DJ’s make to the music industry is unplumbed.

Hers is the perfect epitome of an “AGAINST ALL ODDS” scenario. Despite the enormous advancement our DJ’s have made, it was typically flanked by males. At a point in time it wasn’t had to believe that DJ’ing was made for males.

Well you might just have to revise your notes and amend your conception as you meet the critically acclaimed “BEST FEMALE DJ” in the country. As one of YFM’s most trusted hands, she complements the rare skills of ace female presenter Jeremie in the Y-Lounge with her wicked mixes. The year 2009 was absolutely a great one for her as a DJ and it gets better by the day. caught up with this phenomenal DJ for a chit chat.. You need no introduction, but tell us something about yourself which is not already out there.

Kess: Am NANA KESSEWAH… an Ashanti …lived in Takoradi and had my second cycle education at ARCHBISHOP PORTER GIRLS’ SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL…love music and sports too… very friendly and down to earth… love fufu and light soup and anything with kontonmire…. (Guess that’s that)

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Exclusive Interview With Ghanaian Actress-Vicky Zugah


GhanaCelebrities.Com: Who is Vicky Zugah? Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

Well, I’m from the Volta, born to Mr. Komla Zugah and Ms Beatrice Patu. I’ve three siblings of which I’m the third. If not on set, I watch movies and read a lot. Banku with Okro stew is my favourite.

GhanaCelebrities.Com: How did it all start for you as an actress?

It’s a gift from God. Actually, I had no intention of becoming an actress and I never knew I could act. I consistently used to receive complements from people that I ‘have the face’, I look like a ‘star material’ and stuffs like that. So I decided to give a try in ‘Trokosi’ alongside Jackie Appiah and the late Suzzy Williams. That was it, thank God for who I am now.

GhanaCelebrities.Com: What were some of the challenges you encountered whiles trying to break into the Ghanaian Movie industry?

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Exclusive Interview With Okyeame Kwame


The ‘Rap Doctor’ explains the lyrics and story behind his hit track Anaa featuring Morris D’Voice. You describe yourself as the Rap Doctor, what is RAP?

Okyeame Kwame: RAP is the acronym for Rhythmic African Poetry. In simple terms, it’s poetry in motion; poetry being recited in rhythm. Another school of thought explains that rap is a clip version of rhapsody which is explained by Greek philosophers like Aristotle and Plato as appellations. In an African sense, it can be traced to court poetry. An example is the drum language (Ayan and Amoma). In short, the rapper is the chief drummer communicating over the background drum sets. Picture an ensemble of drummers at a function with a lead drummer. The lead drummer is the rapper while the background drummers are the beat used by the rapper.

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Exclusive Interview With Ms Shirley Frimpong Manso of Sparrow Productions

blankShe is also the CEO of Sparrow Productions and her company produced two semi finalists (unprecedented) at the Miss World beauty pageant within the past five years, after securing the rights from original franchise owners of the Miss Ghana Beauty pageant, Media Whizz Kidz.

In our efforts to celebrate Ghanaian achievers and bring these celebrities closer to their fans, caught up with Shirley Frimpong Manso for an exclusive chit chat interview.  Tell us briefly about yourself. Who is Shirley Frimpong Manso?

Shirley: Unlike the job I do I’m a very private person. I keep very few friends who I’m eternally loyal to. I don’t shy away from hard work; I play smart and capable of a lot of silly fun. I’m a disciplinarian, I don’t condone gossip and I don’t suffer fools easily. I like to learn, I’m open to sensible criticism, and I have a lot of respect for people with principles. I Love to travel, read, watch movies and always up for a good old fashion joke. I believe in positive thinking and doing good… if you think badly of people, bad things happen to you. I detest mediocrity.

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Exclusive Interview With Adjetey “Pusher” Anang

blankLove him or hate him, Adjetey Anang is a household name. He launched himself into stardom with “Pusher,” a bad boy, arole he played in the TV hit series ‘Things We Do For Love’ and was featured in films such as the Dutch production ‘Slavery’.

His stage productions include August Wilson’s ‘Joe Turner’s Come And Gone’ and Eugene Ionesco’s ‘La Cantatrice Chauve’. Adjetey holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana.

He is involved in youth programmes, through several TV series, focusing on reproductive health issues, parent-child relationships and peer pressure, to mention a few.  Adjetey is also active in his local film industry. He is part of a production house, called Sparrow Productions, whose goal is to revive Ghana’s struggling film industry.

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Introducing Smalls, Africa’s Jay Z


With 10 mix tapes to his credit, US-based Ghanaian rapper Smalls certainly is perfecting his rapping skills for a gradual emergence on the hip-hop scene. Born Joseph ‘Nakwesi’ Andoh in Worcester, MA, Smalls has been rapping since age 15 when he did his first ‘show’ at an outdoor battle of the bands showcase.

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Exclusive Interview With Alexis Ntsiakoh

blankThere is a trend emerging in the movie industry where producers are looking at bringing international stars into African movies so as to attain wider audience. Alexis Ntsiakoh happens to be among those who have broken through the “dual cultural” set up with the aim of bringing a masterpiece of acting into African Movies.

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Exclusive Interview with Eddie Nartey

blankActors like Majid Michael, Van Vicker, Kofi Adjololo, Ekow Smith, Adjetey Anang, Chris Attoh, etc are the ones we look out for whenever one is watching Ghanaian movie but honestly, a name like Eddie Nartey surely doesn’t ring a bell in our ears not even to the layman on the street.This guy is a firm believer and has real talent.

After encountering disappointments from several auditions,he  remained unperturbed and keeps on persisting because to him he believes that God has endowed him the talent to act. Grabby as he is affectionately called by his friends, was not born into family of actors, he has to start from the scratch.

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Exclusive Interview With Pascaline Edwards

blank hooked up with one of the most legendary female actress of all time, Pascaline Edwards. Pascline gives us the low-down of her experiences on the road to film stardom among other things. To find out more listen to the unedited interview below.


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Exclusive Interview With Eugene Ankomah had an interview with one of the most creative British Born Ghanaian artist (Eugene Ankomah). Eugeneis gifted with the ability to communicate through his various arts works and has gain International recognition. Below is the audio interview with Eugene Ankomah. [audio:]

Teddy Abrokwa, King of Digital Radio

blankBroadcasting trends are shifting gradually from analogue to the digital world and this development has allowed Teddy Abrokwa, a young and dynamic Ghanaian broadcaster/ DJ to live his lifelong dream of informing, educating and entertaining the masses through radio.

Teddy, alias ‘God’s Favourite’, has gradually wormed his way into the hearts of many listeners in Ghanaian communities in UK and across Europe through Hot Digital Radio, broadcast live on the Sky Satellite Channel 0212 and via He currently hosts three shows on the channel, where he brings listeners the best in music, celebrity interviews, freestyles, reviews and the odd showbiz gossips.

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Exclusive Interview With Juliet Ibrahim had an interview with one of the new and talented actresses of the Ghanaian Movie Industry, Juliet Ibrahim who was busy shooting a new movie at the time of this interview and astonishingly on the cast of this new movie is Slim Buster, the famous Ghanaian Musician. The young Ghanaian actress has acted alongside talented actors and … Read more