Ruff & Smooth, Bossu, Charsay & Others To Perform At The ‘Black History Night’ On October, 26 In Luton

Ghanaian musical group-Ruff & Smooth will mount the ‘Black History Night’ stage in Luton on 26th Ocotober, 2013 at Lewsey Farm Learning Centre in Luton to thrill patrons with great musical performance. ‘Black History Night’ which is being organised to celebrate Black History and how far we’ve come as black people will be packed with several activities—such as drama, music, dance and others… … Read more

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Ruff & Smooth Talks About Why Nigerian Musicians Are Making It & Ghanaian Artistes Are Struggling, Their Upcoming Second Studio Album, Their Favourite Ghanaian Musicians & More…

‘Ruff & Smooth’ was in the UK last week and GhanaCelebrtiies.Com caught up with the ‘Swagger’ hit makers to talk about how the year has been so far, what fans should expect from their soon to be released 2nd studio album and other interesting things. As they enjoyed some ‘scoops of ice-cream’, the duo talked … Read more

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

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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