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WHEN THE BOOTY GOT FLIPPED: Bino, Louisika, Tiwa Savage & Kaaki At Ghana Meets Naija

I cannot ask who has the finest BOOTY because I may get punched in the face by them all, I seem to love them all…But what I can ask is; who flipped or packed the BOOTY well… Let’s keep it simple, just run your own commentary by looking at the photos below or just give … Read more

Azonto Versus Alanta At ‘Ghana Meets Naija’ 2012

Ghana Meets Naija 2012
Ghana Meets Naija 2012

GhanaCelebrities.Com can say on authority that, the most ever publicised event in Ghana will take place at the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre tomorrow.
‘Ghana Meets Naija’ is a concept birthed out of the relationship between Ghana and Nigeria and the need to keep the bond strong and tight musically.
On its second edition, the brand has already been endorsed by Ghana’s government and sponsors chasing the organisers to be part of the event even at this stage.
‘Ghana Meets Naija’ has had exciting run so far and it will go down as the most publicised musical showdown ever to grace the country.
The two countries share several things in common and tomorrow will be another history making day as Ghana Meets Naija with the country’s finest and exciting musicians now.
Representing the home team on the red, gold and green with a black five-pointed star in the centre would be Chemphe, Becca, Buk Bak, Kwaw Kese, 4X4, Guru, Kakie, ItzTiffany, R2Bees, Keche and Bino.
The away team representing the green, white and green corner would be sexy Tiwa Savage, ‘Dami Duro’ crooner Davido, Chocolate City boys of Brymo, M.I.
As Ghana’s DJ Mensa lock horn with Nigeria’s DJ Neptune on the time table supremacy on the night and also dish out hits after hits, patrons would be left to show their dance skills.

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‘Boosted’ Loud In Accra 2012 To Advocate For Peaceful Election

Loud In Accra

‘Loud In Accra’ is a musical concert launched in the year 2000 with a mission to create positive awareness with quality music and comedy. It’s objective is to identify, develop and promote African, especially Ghanaian musicians, comedians and the entertainment industry. For whatever reasons, the concert that many saw once as one stop show for … Read more

Can Nigeria Redeem Itself Or Watch Ghana Do The Double Over Them?

Ghana Meets Naija 2012
Ghana Meets Naija 2012

The ‘Ghana Meets Naija’ concert is largely regarded as a musical showdown of sorts to establish supremacy between two countries whose musical trends have continuously influenced and rivaled each other in every way.
If indeed, the concert is a showdown, then last year’s edition was judged by many industry pundits as being a unanimous victory in favor of the Ghanaian artistes who excited the most with their performances on the night. This year therefore, the Naija acts are pledging to bring their best performances to bear on the night.
In typical Nigerian fashion, top Naija acts featuring on the bill have stated emphatically that come the night of 30th June, 2012, they will outclass their Ghanaian counterparts.
The Nigerian acts billed to perform include African hip-hop heavyweight, MI, his Chocolate city label mate and crooner Brymo whose hit single ‘Ara’ is one of the most heavily rotated songs on local radio and on the club scene.  Another Nigerian artiste taking Africa by storm, Davido, who has yet to perform his hit club banger ‘Dami Duro’ on any stage in Ghana.
Also billed to take the stage in Ghana for the first time will be Don Jazzy’s leading lady and Nigeria’s finest female act of the moment, Tiwa Savage, who has three hit songs on heavy rotation in Ghana and Africa ’Kelekele’, ‘Love Me’ and ‘Oma Ga’.

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Sala Battles Mzbel, Diamond, Bino & Others!

Sala
Sala

EVER since her introduction into the Ghana Music Industry, Salamatu Yabuku a.k.a. Sala has been silent for whatever reasons best known to her.
Perhaps, that’s her own way of learning the nitty-gritty of the industry before finally hitting the big stage. But several years down the lane, the Afro-Pop singer appears to have found her bearings, well composed, matured and ready to make an impact.
Sala is signed on Paradise Entertainment under the tutelage of Duke Banson, the same label that formerly housed the likes of VIP, 4X4, Mzbel and Mimi.

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Video + Photos At The ‘Celebrity Charity Bazaar’ Featuring Bola Ray, Nana Ama Anamoah, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Lydia Forson, Stay Jay, Rough N Smooth, John Dumelo, Bino And Others!

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Last Saturday at the lobby of the Silver Bird Cinema and Lifestyle Store inside the Accra Mall, Joy FM’s Drive Time host, Bola Ray paraded Ghanaian celebrities in a charity dubbed ‘Celebrity Charity Bazaar’ to raise funds to create awareness for autism.

The event was organized by the Bola Ray Foundation and powered by Empire Entertainment with support from Creative Minds Outreach Buzz GH and Silver Bird Cinema. It was also to contribute to the Zeozougo classroom project of the SOS Children’s Village in the Northern Region of Ghana.

Out of the over 25 celebrities announced to make an appearance, a great chunk of them failed to woefully turn up. With flimsy excuses flying here and there, the autistic patients remained disappointed as they waited patiently for their ‘celebrities’ friends to show up and celebrate the day with them.

However,  KOD, TV3 Newscaster Nana Aba Anamoah, Joy FM’s Morning Show host, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, hip life duo Rough N Smooth, actors John Dumelo and Lydia Forson, Stay Jay, new entrants into the music industry and dancer Bino as well as Nadjat of TV3 Mentor fame showed up.

The celebrities joined Bola Ray and family as they gave fans and autistic patients a day to remember. The celebrities sold movies tickets, popcorns, drinks, ice cream and a host of other services at the Silver Bird Lifestyle Store and Cinema. After, a basket was taken around as each celebrity put money in as their support for the project.

Fans also had photo opportunities with their favourite celebrities. The most interesting part of the event was when GhanaCelebrities.Com requested that, the celebrities and the autism patients should dance together. And what dance do they have in mind if not the ever loving and popular azonto?

The fierce ‘azonto’ competition was simply splendid. I know each of them picked up some ‘azonto’ lessons from each other.

As the fun went on, special sale of MAKSI Clothing went on with a percentage of sales going to the cause. Also there were special Kente and Christmas cards exhibition by the kids from the New Horizon Special School and the SOS Children’s Village.

After the event, one thing was certain; none of the celebrities who failed to turn up were missed and that was a fact. Below are pictures GhanaCelebrities.Com captured at the event. In case you see same people in the pictures, it’s because those people you call celebrities failed to shamefully turn up.

When they organize their own charity events and don’t get the support from their colleagues, I hope they won’t come out to play the ‘they don’t like me, they jealous me’ song else …

Watch the video below:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjGIvhaupXY

 

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