Archipalago, a Ghanaian social media craze, who now resides in the United States of America, has launched a needless feud with the Asakaa Boys. Archipalago rushed to Twitter to share a video he created expressing his displeasure with something the drill hitmakers may have done. Using a Snapchat filter that screamed ‘Dubai,’ the by force … Read more
King Sark has angered many Ghanaians with a statement he agreed to on one of his media tours in Nigeria. Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie was in the studios of Beat 99.9 FM in Lagos on August 19, 2021 for his No Pressure Album promo and listening. During the interview at the studio, the award winning rapper … Read more
UK based Ghanaian afrobeat sensation Reggie Zippy has enumerated the many dangers of taking music as a full time profession in Ghana. Reggie Zippy explained why music is one of the most dangerous professions in Ghana adding that the atmosphere in Ghana is not conducive for musicians. READ ALSO: We Sleep with Over 3 Men … Read more
The music industry in Ghana has experienced massive revamp in recent years and many avenues have been created for artistes to enrich themselves. Today we bring you a list of 10 Musicians in Ghana who have harnessed their talent and turned in into a vehicle to amass huge sums of money. READ ALSO: Are Efya … Read more
As promised, Ghanaian dancehall musician Charles Nii Armah Mensah junior aka Shatta Wale spoke on Wednesday June 2nd 2021, addressing issues crippling the Ghanaian music industry. Out of the long speach, Shatta Wale raised some salient points that if acted upon, the music industry will see massive growth in all sectors. READ ALSO: Ghanaians Beg … Read more
A repented lesbian by name Bernice Ngoah has threatened to expose some top actresses in Ghana who are secretly into the act but are publicly denying. Bernice revealed in an interview that she encountered many famous Ghanaian actresses when she was an active lesbian and these movie stars still contact her although she has quit. … Read more
Actress and musician Emelia Brobbey is rubbing the faces of her critics in the mud after her ‘borla’ songs hit a milestone. In the words of the Fa Me Ko singer, “which mainstream artiste can boast of hitting over 1.6 million views on YouTube in just 4 months?” an achievement she has easily chalked. READ … Read more
Shatta Wale has claimed in a recent video that there is no artiste in the country that has sold Ghana internationally more that him. The award winning dancehall musician, still basking in old glories, stated that his project with Beyonce is the biggest in the history of Ghana and no musician can beat that. READ … Read more
Kuami Eugene is undoubtedly gifted and hardworking than 80% of his peers in the music industry – one thing that makes him stand out but his ego is getting inflated. Eugene speaks just about anything that comes in his head and has no pause button. READ ALSO: Okyeame Kwame Calmly Stepped Aside for Sark to … Read more
Current Artiste of The Year, Kuami Eugene has thrown more shots at iconic Ghanaian hiplife rapper GURU and all of his critics. Eugene had an Instagram live session yesterday where he let out things that bothers him in the music industry including people hating him for no reason. READ ALSO: I’m Ready To Offer My … Read more
This is a list of Ghanaian musicians who are not really good at singing, contrary to what you might think. These are people who make you stop and wonder,are they really musicians or they are here to disturb our ears? READ ALSO: Social Media Users Troll Okyeame Kwame As Kuami Eugene Brings Back His Dead … Read more
Ghanaian Dancehall singer and song writer Jah Lead has expressed discontent and sorrow over the state of recent music composed in Ghana. In his words, Ghana, which used to be the hub of harmonies and good content, has been over-washed with shallow and empty songs. READ ALSO: Tracey Boakye’s Baby Daddy Finally Pops Up And … Read more
2021 is finally hear and many hope it brings in good stuffs than the previous year. Last year brought out some big collaborations in Ghana. Talking about Shatta Wale’s feature on Beyonce’s Album, Stonebwoy and Kerri Hillson’s feature and Sarkodie’s International gigs. READ ALSO: Ghanaians React As Sarkodie Hangs Out With American Rapper Vic Mensa … Read more
‘The Goat’ in Ghana music industry, AY Poyoo is one of the many internet sensations 2020 produced but he has remained relevant and active in the scene. He has received a lot of accolades for his unique rap skill including a plaque from YouTube for reaching over 100,000 subscribers to his channel. READ ALSO: Ghanaians … Read more
This year has taken out many talents in the industry. A budding musician identified as Aimee Zee has died. READ ALSO: Hajia4Real Set To Steal The Queen Of Ghana Music Crown With First Song Titled ‘Badder Than’ Aimee Zee was confirmed dead by family and friends yesterday, November 25,2020 and the cause of her death … Read more
Hajia4Real has conquered social media with her beauty and now ventured into music hoping to conquer the female music industry with her ‘talent’. READ ALSO: You Can Get This Slippers In Kumasi – Fella Makafui’s Dubai Shopping Mocked By Fan The popular socialite is al set and ready to release her first song titled ‘Badder … Read more
Micheal Owusu ‘Sarkodie‘ Addo is one of the biggest names you’ll hear in Ghana when it comes to arts and culture. The rapper has carved a solid brand for himself that one cannot mention music without chipping in his name. Sarkodie has been active in the music space for well over a decade and still … Read more
Someone woke up on the happy side of the bed. Wendy Shay is bragging on social media that she saved the female music industry in Ghana from dying two and half years ago. Just like how Medikal took to his IG Page in July 2019 to claim he saved GH rap from dying, Wendy Shay … Read more
Current VGMA Artist of Thee Year, Eugene Marfo aka Kuami Eugene has confessed that in the past he did not support colleague musicians but he has turned a new leaf. Kuami Eguene made a passionate call to industry players to support each others so the entertainment industry will be strong and gain global recognition. READ … Read more
Attaa Adwoa hit maker, Bosom P Yung has upgraded his musical status to the big leagues and has disclosed the amount of money he will charge for a feature. READ ALSO: Maame Yeboah Asiedu Quits Multi-Media To Focus On God In the words of the budding rapper, any artiste hoping to have his voice on … Read more
Decades ago when Shatta Wale was then called Bandanna, he was listed among the ‘dead’ and irrelevant musicians in the Ghanaian music industry. But today, the Dancehall artiste due to his constant perseverance, the dude has been able to overcome all the obstacles that were stopping him from reaching to the top. READ ALSO: TWEET: … Read more
SM boss, Shatta Wale has finally stated that the days for his reasonless battles for supremacy in the music industry has finally come to an end and there is no way will worry himself again to fight anyone over what is rightfully his.
According to the celebrated dancehall artiste, Wale he was not competing with anyone but the Ghana entertainment industry made it seem so.
Self-acclaimed Dancehall King, Shatta Wale has said he will not hesitate to hire Ace Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas to start investigating the Ghana Music Industry if he makes good money. Shatta Wale believes corruption is not only tied around the waists of some of Ghana Football Association officials but also in the music industry and has therefore taken to his social media page telling his fans and the upcoming artistes to back him with prayers for God to rain money on him so he can pay Anas to investigate the Ghana Music Industry.
Ghanaian High-life singer, Kwabena Kwabena has expressed disappointment in our modern day artiste who won’t focus on bringing good music to their listeners but rather making unnecessary noise to claim fame. Kwabena Kwabena speaking on Kasapa FM 102.5 Entertainment Show hosted by Kojo Preko Dankwa, said;
It is obvious that self-acclaimed Dancehall king, Shatta Wale cannot close his ‘Gbe na bu’ mouth. He keeps beefing, insulting and wasting his precious time on diss songs. In simple terms, he keeps dropping bombshell each and every day just to invite beefs from other artistes. After being ‘murdered’ by Nigerian artiste Timaya, he has this time around descended on VVIP in a Facebook live video asking Ghanaians not to waste their time in supporting them and Tic Tac for the reason that they are the cause of Ghana’s dying music industry.
Without any definition of terms, I assume the words quantity and quality are understood by almost everybody who is reading this article.
In our various works, we all strive to achieve what is best but it becomes absurd when a person decides to choose quantity over quality (excellence).
Let’s delve into the movie industry a bit (focusing largely on Kumawood). Countless new movies are released each and every day. Enter a movie shop you see around and ask for the latest Ghanaian movie in town. Over hundred movie CDs would be handed to you.
There wouldn’t be any problem if these movies are of high quality and good storylines. I sometimes wonder the kind of cameras they use to shoot those movies. I guess my phone’s camera can do a better job than the cameras they use. The picture and sound qualities of most of the so – called Ghanaian movies are nothing to write home about.
Yet, when you complain, all that the industry players can afford to tell you is to support your own and stop backbiting. How do I support something in which those involved are doing nothing to advance it? What is backbiting about putting the bare facts on the ground?
As human as I am, I work hard to earn money. It would therefore be sensible to spend that hard – earned money on things that are of good qualities. So when I patronise foreign movies, it is not that I want their industry to grow and leave ours hanging. It’s a simple logic; I want value my money.