Only Hammer Going Back to Music Would Resurrect Ghana’s Dead Hiplife Genre – S3xy Tinny

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Veteran hiplife star Tinny has declared that the genre is dead in Ghana. According to ‘s*xy’ Tinny, since the debut of Azonto and more hybrid genres, the pure form of Hiplife which we remember from the old days is dead and gone. READ ALSO: Regina Daniels Spends Billions To Have A Flashy Look – Photo … Read more

Remember Nkasei’s Tuabodom; Can These 8 HipLife Songs Be Remixed Already?

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See, the truth is Shatta Wale is doing so well— I mean dude has been consistent with the songs he makes even though people have allowed themselves to trash many of them.

Imagine tapping your feet to My Level or Bullet Proof. Let us look at KiDi’s thunder and Kuami Eugene’s Angela— you could practically swim in many of the songs that have been produced in recent times.

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Leaving His Well Paying Job Abroad To Pursue What He Loves- Reggie Rockstone Tells It All

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Ghanaian veteran rapper Reggie Rockstone also known as the “Grandpapa of Highlife music” has stated without mincing words that he is not into music or got into music because of the financial gains. READ ALSO: Shatta Wale’s Son Majesty Is His Cutest In This Customised “REIGN” Track Suit He says music is a passion that needed to … Read more

Video-You Can Only Be Happy Like This When Your Almost Dead Music Career Has Been Resurrected By Your Children – A Case Study Of Tic Tac

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Tic Tac

Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah popularly known as Tictac but has recently re-brand to Tic is a legendary Ghanaian hiplife musician. He has done music since the early days of Hiplife
Tictac is one of the musicians in Ghana credited with enabling Ghanaian music to penetrate the Nigerian music market in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s and a lot of people including us respect him for that feat.

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VIDEO: Guess What Okyeame Kwame Is Afraid Of Right Now As He Hangs Out With His Beautiful Family

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Okyeame Kwame And Son

Musician Kwame Nsiah Apau aka Okyeame Kwame is one of the pioneers of the Hiplife music genre. He is a legend of the game, having done about two decades in the music industry and still as relevant as someone who just had his first major hit in the music business. Arguably he is one of the best rappers Ghana has ever produced.
Okyeame Kwame is not just your usual musician, he has one of the most decent and enviable brands any musician of his stature and calibre could or will ever dream of. Because of the brand or niche, he has carved for himself made possible by his adorable wife who doubles as his Brand Manager of which many corporate organizations are always willing to associate themselves with. Recently the Canadian Government appointed Okyeame Kwame as their Reading Ambassador in Ghana.

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VIDEO: Mzbel Is A Habitual “Wee” Smoker; She Can Smoke And Win Awards For Africa

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Ever since Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah aka Mzbel stepped foot into the music industry, she has always thrived on seemingly useless, foolish and stupid controversies. Her whole package and embodiment in this industry is filthy controversy.
Apart from maybe Aberewa Nana, she is one of the female musicians who were able to rub shoulders with the men in the music industry in the early 2000’s. She has some of the best Hiplife songs any female artist could ever produce.

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Check Out These Beautiful And Lovely PHOTOS Of Okyeame Kwame's Children

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Okyeame Kwame And Family

Okyeame Kwame is a legendary Ghanaian Musician. He has been in the music industry since the Genesis of rap music popularly known in Ghana as Hiplife. The pioneers of this genre of music says it is a fusion of the American Hip hop music and Ghana’s very own Highlife music that birthed the Hiplife Genre.
The rapper known as Kwame Nsiah Apau is married to an intellect and a beautiful damsel known as Annica Nsiah Apau,a career woman who used to work for multinational companies. She also has a degree in law from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2005. Annica has forsaken her career in law and in multinational companies just to focus on the Okyeame Kwame Brand.

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Check Out These Beautiful And Lovely PHOTOS Of Okyeame Kwame’s Children

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Okyeame Kwame And Family

Okyeame Kwame is a legendary Ghanaian Musician. He has been in the music industry since the Genesis of rap music popularly known in Ghana as Hiplife. The pioneers of this genre of music says it is a fusion of the American Hip hop music and Ghana’s very own Highlife music that birthed the Hiplife Genre.

The rapper known as Kwame Nsiah Apau is married to an intellect and a beautiful damsel known as Annica Nsiah Apau,a career woman who used to work for multinational companies. She also has a degree in law from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in 2005. Annica has forsaken her career in law and in multinational companies just to focus on the Okyeame Kwame Brand.

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You Are Dumb If You Can't Tell A Story With Rap — Reggie Rockstone Shades Current Rappers

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Reggie Rockstone

Ghanaian veteran rapper, Reggie Rockstone aka “Grandpapa of Highlife music” says Ghanaian rappers are not rapping anymore — he believes what they call rap isn’t rap music per his knowledge of what a rap music sounds like.
The Rapper in an interview with Mercury Quaye on Hitz FM’s “Cruise Control” lamented over why some Ghanaian rappers cannot paint images with lyrics when producing songs and yet call themselves creative act persons.

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It Is Exactly 3 Years Castro Got Missing – His Manager Pays Tribute

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Castro De Destroyer

Today marks exactly three years when Ghanaian Hiplife kingpin, Castro De Destroyer got missing in Ada with Janet Bandu.
The singer went on a chilling spree with his old time friend Asamoah Gyan who recently narrated line to line how “Under” got missing and certainly dead by now.

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‘Illuminati’ Group Promised To Make Us Big Stars If We Agreed To Turn Gay – Ghanaian Gospel Group Claims

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Ghanaian gospel music group, Trinity Cross, has revealed that a European occultic group offered to manage them to stardom, if only they agreed to all turn gay.

Trinity Cross appeared on Class Fm Easter Monday to tell the temptation filled story of their transition from making hiplife music to gospel.

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EL Says Ghanaians Azonto Projected Ghana To The World More Than Any Other Genre – Is He Right?

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VGMA artist of the year EL has chastised Ghanaians for helping kill off the genre of Azonto.

According to the BBNZ Live act, we had no idea how powerful the genre could be in projecting Ghana to the outside world, and thus with its death, we have lost a massive opportunity.

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‘Born Again’ Akoo Nana Drops New VIDEO For ‘PayDay’

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Akoo Nana

Akoo Nana turned to God a while back, vehemently swearing he was born again and even being spotted spreading the gospel in trotros across the capital.

Perhaps his ‘born again’ did not involve renouncing secular music because he’s back with a new tune titled ‘PayDay’.

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WATCH: Okra Tom Dawidi’s Animated Music VIDEO For ‘Fitem’ (Feat Sarkodie)

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Hiplife guru Okra Tom Dawidi has dropped an animated music video for his single with Sarkodie titled ‘Fitem’.

‘Fitem’ is a return to the limelight for the hiplife stalwart who was a crucial component of the hiplife revolution in the late 90’s and early 00’s.

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Wisa Greid – I Deserve To Win Artiste Of The Year

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‘Ekiki Me’ hitmaker Wisa has laid his claim to the top award at the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards which comes off in April this year.

Wisa, in an interview, said he has had a massive year and believes it’s now his time to go home with the award very few artists have won in its history.

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Mark Okraku Mantey Crowns Sarkodie As Hiplife King

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okraku-mantey-1_optMusic producer and Hitz 103.9 FM’s manager, Mark Okraku Mantey, on Kwaku Sintim Misah’s show The KSM Show on Metro TV has mentioned that Sarkodie tops all hiplife artistes at present.
When asked to list his top artistes in Ghana, he chose Kwabena Kwabena, Bisa K Dei, Ebo Taylor and Amakye Dede.

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Old and New HIPLIFE, Which One Rocks?

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When Reginald Osei, popularly called Reggie Rockstone masterminded the Hiplife movement, little did he know he was creating an avenue of limitless possibilities. Decades down the line, the genre (an amalgamation of Hiphop and Highlife) has been sustained through diverse ways, aptly through the creativity and dexterity by its crusaders.

Chicago and Ex-doe arguably raised the bar a bit higher and spurred the youth. Nananom, a group comprising of Barima Sydney, Omahane Pozo and Jotti joined the bandwagon. The boisterous Nima based group called VIP and Lord Kenya took over with their sharp lyrics. Then came in the man often regarded as the best Hiplife artiste of all time; Obrafuo. These artistes churn out hit songs that were highly appreciated and assimilated comprehensively by all.

Pundits and ‘Highlife custodians’ predicted the fall of Hiplife years ago. On the contrary, Hiplife keeps on growing and breaking frontiers. Almost all international awards chalked by Ghanaian musicians are Hiplife musicians or their works influenced by Hiplife.

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