Highlife star K.K Fosu has revealed his choice for VGMA Artist of the Decade, and his choice would not surprise you so much if you consider his own history in the industry.
The 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs) has introduced a transcendent ‘Artist of the Decade’ Award, which is to honour the artist who has been on top of the game for the past 10 years ahead of every single one of his peers.
Mzbel’s son, Aaron Adepa is all grown up but the identity of the man who fathered him still remains a mystery as the possible man believed to have fathered Aaron Adepa, Kofi Amoabeng has denied being the biological father of Aaron Adepa. In the wake of Mzbel’s pregnancy, the majority of Ghanaians were of the view that Mr Kofi Amoabeng was responsible for the pregnancy but Mzbel and Kofi Amoabeng denied in several interviews.
Mzbel’s son, Aaron Adepa is all grown up but the identity of the man who fathered him still remains a mystery as the possible man believed to have fathered Aaron Adepa, Kofi Amoabeng has denied being the biological father of Aaron Adepa.
In the wake of Mzbel’s pregnancy, the majority of Ghanaians were of the view that Mr Kofi Amoabeng was responsible for the pregnancy but Mzbel and Kofi Amoabeng denied in several interviews.
Patapaa Amisty has revealed that he models his career and everything about him after highlife star K.K Fosu. According to the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker K.K Fosu is his hero and the person he has been modelling his entire career on.
The all female host team of TV Africa’s revamped morning show ‘Breakfast Live’ surprised highlife veteran K.K Fosu on set today when he was presented with a birthday cake. Today being the day of love, Valentine’s day, also happened to be the birthday of the music star.
There could be a pending ‘beef’ between highlife musician K.K Fosu and Bisa K’dei any moment from now looking at the boastful comments made by K.K Fosu putting himself on top of any other artiste especially Bisa K’dei when it comes to stage performances. K.K Fosu has described himself as the best entertainer Ghana has ever had despite his inconsistency in the Ghana music industry, simply he performs better and moves the audience than any other performer.
Higlife veteran K.K Fosu has made a bold claim about the music scene in Ghana at the moment, arguing that artists like Bisa Kdei would be nobodies if he was still on the scene churning out hit track after hit track. Speaking to Joy News’ presenter MzGee, Fosu said the decline of some old stars have made the way for people like Kdei to reign.
Highlife singer, Joseph Nkrumah Buabeng who is well known as Nero X marks his birthday and he has churned out some good looking photos in honour of his day. Nero X became famous in Ghana in late 2014 when his “Oseey” song took over the airwaves, the clubs, and even churches.
Akpeteshie, locally made Ghanaian dry gin is dangerous–perhaps even poisonous. Yet, struggling Ghanaian musician-K.K Fosu says he loves it and has given his reasons.
In a recent interview with Kasapa Fm, K. K. Fosu said he loves and chooses Akpeteshie over any other locally made alcohol.
“I love Akpeteshie because it’s locally made and pure. There are no chemicals in it but I wouldn’t promote drugs intake. I needed to stop because I was advised and moreover it wasn’t good for my health. I’m a family man now, I’ve kids and I have to focus on their future in order for them to have a better life,” he said.
Okyeame Kwame has been quite the gentleman throughout his career, and it seems not even his most strident haters can get under his skin. It was only a few days ago that K.K Fosu, perhaps having never heard of the concept of irony, declared that Okyeame Kwame’s career was ‘dead’.
‘Leave it all to Jesus’ and Matthew 18:21-22 sates that, “Then Peter came up and said to him, “Lord, how often will my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? As many as seven times?” Jesus said to him, “I do not say to you seven times, but seventy times seven.”
So we gotta ask if Nicholas Omane Acheampong has read the above Bible quote…
Where the heck has K.K. Fosu been all these years? The man who changed his name to the fancy-DStyle has shared a photo on social media, saying, he is currently shooting a music video in the USA which will be dropping soon. For those of you who were born yesterday and have no idea who … Read more
Last Sunday December 25, Event Factory and DuncWils Event organised a show for the fastest rapper in Ghana current. The show dubbed ‘Sarkodie Rapperholic – Live In Concert’ had various artistes come on board to support.
Sarkodie worked with the following Efya, Sherifa Gono, Tinny, Kwabena Kwabena, Chidima, Ikechukwu, K.K. Fosu, Jay So, Reel, Lighter, Castro, Obrafour and Muggeez [R2Bees] on his 16 track album ‘Rapperholice’.
Artistes featuring on the album includes Kaywa, Jay So, Gafaci, Oteng, Hammer, Kamenye, Coptic, Killbeat and Red Eye…
The event was well attended and below are some of the photos GhanaCelebrities.Com captured!
On Saturday November 12, 2011 at the Accra International Conference Centre, Imajin Advertising will be collaborating with Adom FM 106.3 to celebrate legendary highlife musician, Charles Kojo Fosu known in music circles as Daddy Lumba a.k.a. DL a.k.a. girl’s perfect.
Being the first recipient of the award instituted to honour living legends, Daddy Lumba will join the audience as other musicians such as Rana, Castro, K.K. Fosu, Praye, Mzbel, Kofi B, Kofi Nti and others perform his own songs. It will be amazing how the man himself will relate to this new initiative.
In accepting and confirming to perform on the night, he told journalists that, he has accepted to be part o
f this event because, the fact that he has decided to be out of the public domain, unscrupulous individuals has taken it upon themselves to say all sorts of bad things about him.
In the western world, legends are honoured, appreciated and celebrated all the time. They are awarded in their various fields of endeavour when they are alive and active. Even when they finally give up the ghost, they still get acknowledgements and recognition.
Celebrating legends posthumously has become the order of the day in our part of the world. Legends die many years before they are celebrated or anything done in their names.
Imajin Advertising, an event promotion and management outfit based inAccrabelieves it is prudent if legends are honoured and appreciated while they are alive and can relish in the accolades, praise and other benefits that come from being recognized as a legend.
The company feels it is wrong to wait till a legend dies before praises and accolades are showered on them, when the same can be done whiles they are alive. Owing to the above, an event ‘Legends & Legacy Ball’, to honour living legends has been instituted.
The ‘Legends & Legacy Ball’ is an annual event to honour music legends. As time goes on, the company hopes to extend the event to Kumasi to cater for the Northern sector of the country.
The maiden edition of the ‘LAL Ball’ focuses on legendary high life musician born and christened Charles Kojo Fosu but known by many as Daddy Lumba and recently responds to ‘DL’.