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Ghanaian Celebrity Make-Up Artist Launches Leedy ‘A’ Xpressions!

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Being a make-up artist is one of the most exciting jobs around. Aside that, it’s a job that offers you the opportunity to jump from one event to the other and also work on people like musicians, actors, politicians and models.
Make-up artists that work on such individuals are named celebrity make-up artists.
A young Ghanaian make-up artist, Lydia Gladys Ashitey, has launched her ‘LEEDY A XPRESSIONS’, a hair stylist and make-up artist company based in Accra.

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Kobi Rana Overlooks Ghanaian Actors For Ramsey Nouah Jnr. & Defends It! He Says “He Doesn’t Act The Role, He Lives It”!

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Ramsey Nouah Jnr.

Listen To The Audio Interview Below…

[audio: http://www.ghanacelebrities.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Kobi-Rana.mp3]

Ghanaian writer and director Kobi Rana has defended why he overlooked Ghanaian actors for Nollywood legendary actor Ramsey Nouah Jnr. when casting for his latest blockbuster ‘Hotel Babylon; Where Clothes Are Naked’.
The movie with obviously many supporting characters or probably no supporting characters had the Nollywood actor as the lead. His performance in the movie was a top notch and may confirm why he was picked ahead of the many Ghanaian Actors.
After the screening, the young African movie maker was subjected to series of questions by journalists. One question which nearly caused a rift between the movie maker and some journalists was the issue concerning the casting of the leading character in the movie.

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Movie Teaser: ‘Hotel Babylon’ … Where Clothes Are Naked Premieres On March 17!

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‘Hotel Babylon’ ... Where Clothes Are Naked Premieres On March 17!

From the young African Writer & Director “KOBI RANA (Cornelius Phanthomas)” comes the most anticipated movie ‘HOTEL BABYLON: where clothes are naked’. It stars Nollywood actor Ramsey Nouah Jnr. and  Roselyn Ngissah, Eddie Watsons, Nana Ama McBrown, James Gardner, Kafui as well as upcoming stars.
It premieres on Saturday March 17 at the National Theatre. There would be two showings; 6pm and 9pm. Ticket goes for GHC 30 and GHC 50 and available at Joy FM, Adom FM, Accra Mall (Foto Store and Silverbird), Busy Internet and Legon Drama Studio.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ink46v1jNy4

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Actor Prince David Osei Launches Clothing Line ‘Snipperdee Wear’! Check Out Pictures Of Stars Modelling In His Collections!

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Actor Prince David Osei last Friday at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra joined celebrities with clothing line as he launched his P.D.O fashion collections, named ‘Snipperdee Wear’.

Present were various celebrities of Ghana’s movie industry who made special appearances on the catwalk to support him.

Among them were Kalsum Sinare, Vivian Achor, Yvonne Nelson, Jackie Appiah, Leila Djansi, Luckie Lawson, Nikki Samonas, Helen Asante, Rana, D Black and Azigiza.

The rest were Majid Michel, John Dumelo, Kofi Adjorlolo, Fred Nuamah, and James Gardner. Comedians David Oscar and Funny Face were emcees of the night. Music sensations Rana, Chase, Atumpan and St. Riya took the audience on a music journey with performances of their hit tracks.

The ceremony was the actor’s way of giving back to the society that contributed to his success. The occasion was therefore used to raise funds for his PDO Foundation to help the needy in society.

A similar event is expected to take place outside Ghana very soon. Friday’s event was not just exciting but amazing.

Check out the pictures below…

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Celebrating Daddy Lumba [DL] On November 12 At Conference Centre! + He Will Release His 28 Album ‘Ko She Po’!

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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.

The first edition of the event, ‘Legends & Legacy Ball’ to celebrate Ghanaian music legends will celebrate Daddy Lumba.

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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.

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Daddy Lumba [DL] For ‘Legends & Legacy Ball’ 2011!

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Celebrating Daddy Lumba

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’.

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