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Friday, July 21, 2017

E.L To Perform At Tigo Tribe AfroBoss Edition

First, we went to Mo town with Episode the General

Then Airport City with Sark, BisaK’dei, kinaata, D-black, Medikal and Akwaboah.

Now we are coming to a neighbourhood near you.

The Tigo Tribe Xperienceis making its next stop in Dansoman with EL!

So if you love EL and FIFA 17 make sure you are at The Page in Dansoman

This Saturday, 22nd July 2017 at 12pm.

Because a gamer that has never played FIFA at the Tigo Tribe xperience

Is that one too a gamer? ….before you ask, yes amazing prizes await the winners!

Activities lined up include, FIFA tournament, Mortal Kombat, treasure hunt and many other exciting games, and of course music from the Afroboss king himself, not forgetting our amazing vendor fair.

Wiyaala Set To Premiere Video For ‘Village Sex’ On July 28

Upper West songstress Wiyaala, fresh from wowing 70,000 fans at Morocco’s massive Timitar Festival with a sublime vocal performance and her infectious energy, is set to drop the long awaited single “Village Sex” from her forthcoming album on the 28th July.

Naturally, we were intrigued to know what’s coming, given the controversial sounding title of the song. 

After all, the delectable songbird is well known for pulling surprises out of her musical hat! From the raunchy and ever popular “Rock My Body” to the sultry love song “Leno”, the anthemic “Africa” and the enigmatic work of art “Sun & Moon”, Wiyaala can always be relied on to come up with something artistic and imaginatively produced.

So we asked Wiyaala and she laughingly commented: “I won’t give the game away, but I will give you a couple of clues.

BREAKING NEWS : Highlife Musician Paapa Yankson Is Dead

Ghanaian highlife legend Benjamin Paapa Kofi Yankson is dead.

Yankson died Friday morning at his residence in Dansoman, Accra at the age of 73 after battling with illness for sometime now. He performed at recent events in a wheelchair.

He has composed many hit songs some of which have attracted national awards and nomination for awards. In 1997 his composition, Yaaba won an award for Best Composition during the Komkomba Awards.

EL Puts Body On Display In His New Video

Award-winning Ghanaian record producer, rapper and sound engineer, Elom Adablah better known by his stage name E.L drops the visuals of Abaa, his second single off his upcoming album.

The song which was produced by New Jersey based producer PeeGh has received massive air play and attention since its release in May this year.

EL who was recently out of the country for the African Hip Hop Awards, flaunted his well-muscled body, in the new video, directed by Phamous Philms.

Sheila Afari Public Relations Celebrates 5 Year Milestone With Over Half A Billion Rand In A.V.Es Generated

Bespoke African PR & Communications agency, Sheila Afari Public Relations (SAPR), celebrates their 5 year milestone with over half a Billion Rand in Advertising Value Equivalent (A.V.E) generated over the last 5 years.

Having serviced over 100 clients from territories such as South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Botswana, Mozambique, Cameroon, Zimbabwe, Los Angeles and New York; SAPR holds a firm reputation for being a premium service provider that is generous with their offering and consistent in getting results.

“I established SAPR 5 years ago when the entrepreneur in me identified an opportunity to provide a client with PR services. 

I entered the industry blindly but managed to quickly navigate my way around. I would like to thank all the clients that gave SAPR a chance with no or very little track record as reference, as well as all members of the media that have continued to support our agency with all the coverage, half a Billion Rands worth of coverage, over the years,” shares Sheila Afari, Managing Director of the Sheila Afari Group.

Over the past 5 years, SAPR has operated largely with securing clients “earned media” which in their opinion is the best type of publicity to receive.

Thursday, July 20, 2017


The Classical Music Association of Ghana is organizing for the first time in Ghana what promises to be a memorable night of classical music and opera performance.

Dubbed as “A Night of Thrilling Classicals & Opera”, there will be two sessions, one in Kumasi on Friday 21st July at the Golden Tulip Hotel Hall (Kumasi) and the other on Saturday 22nd July 2017 at the National Theatre, Accra. Both shows are scheduled to commence at 6 p.m. and end at 10p.m.

There will be several attractions on the night with the highlight being performances by the internationally acclaimed L’ENSEMBLE 415 from Mauritius Opera. The repertoire of the performances shall include medieval and renaissance evergreen and fantastic tunes including Jesus, joy of man’s desiring by Johann S. Bach, Sheep may safely graze, by Johann S. Bach, Ave Maria by Schubert, Hallelujah Chorus by Handel and Eine Kleine Nachtmusik by Mozart.


From the days of his seasonal stage play, This Family Is Not For Sale, playwright and producer, Kobina Ansah, has flaunted his brilliance when it comes to having good, quality fun on stage.

His unique style of writing has carved a niche for him in the theatre industry. No two ways about that.

However, his new brainchild, Tribeless, showing this September at the Efua Sutherland Drama Studio on University of Ghana campus may not be one stage play you may really want to see. You may have been wowed by his I Want To Sue God! but trust me, this may not be one of his usual side-splitting pieces.

Call me a hater but I would not mince words especially when I would have to call a spade what it is. You really want to know why you shouldn’t watch Tribeless? This is it!

Keche Grabs Two Nominations At The African Entertainment Awards

Ghanaian afro pop and multiple award winning duo Keche made up of Andrew and Joshua have been nominated for the 2017 African Entertainment Awards in Canada.

The African Entertainment Awards is an award scheme that recognizes individuals who have positively impacted the African-Canadian entertainment industry.

Unable to hide their excitement Keche took to Facebook to express their gratitude:  “Good morning fam, we just want to thank you for your major support and let you know that #TheSkillTeam has been nominated for the African Entertainment Awards 17 in Canada. We'r really grateful to God and you. Stay bless. #GB_Recz #Keche”

The ‘Show Something ‘ hit makers will be battling alongside DenG, Neza, Nasty C for the ‘New Comer' and Tjan, Dotman, Nonso Amadi, Dremo for the ‘Next Rated' category.

This year’s event dubbed ‘Rebranding Africa through entertainment is slated for August 26, in Toronto, Canada.

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DStv Compact And Compact Plus Customers Get DStv Now

DStv customers in Ghana on Compact Plus, and Compact can now stream Live TV and get DStv Catch Up via DStv Now, on-the-go at no additional cost. This announcement was made this morning my the General Manager, Multichoice Ghana, Cecil Sunkwa Mills.

According to Mr. Sunkwa Mills, DStv Now, is a value-added service for DStv Premium, Compact and Compact Plus customers, it is the home of DStv on the move. It is available to customers on a variety of devices, from desktop and laptop computers, to a multitude of Android and iOS-based tablets and smartphones to stream Live TV and Catch Up anywhere, anytime.

He explained that “previously this service was only available to customers with an active PVR decoder however it will now be available to all Premium, Compact and Compact Plus customers irrespective of their decoder type. All you need is an active decoder in order to stream Live TV and access Catch Up.”

Live WWE Entertainment Comes TO GOtv On SuperSport This August

WWE and SuperSport, Africa’s premier sport channels provider, today announced a new multi-year agreement to broadcast WWE programming live for the first time in more than 50 countries in sub-Saharan Africa including Ghana.

Starting August 28, GOtv customers will have access to the world’s biggest WWE entertainment when SuperSport airs flagship shows Raw® and SmackDown® as well as WWE specials, including WrestleMania® and SummerSlam®.

“WWE is a global phenomenon, so securing the broadcast rights for SuperSport is a terrific coup,” said Gideon Khobane, chief executive of SuperSport. “The athletes involved are larger than life figures who command huge followings.

At long last our GOtv viewers will get to share in this entertainment spectacle in high definition. I look forward to a long and fruitful partnership with WWE.”

“SuperSport is a best-in-class partner who shares our vision and passion for engaging with and entertaining our fans,” said Ed Wells, WWE Executive Vice President, International. “Televising WWE programming live in sub-Saharan Africa for the first time an important milestone for us, and we look forward to working with SuperSport to cultivate new fans in the region.”


Ghanaian International Model and TV personality, Edem Fairre has spread her wings as she has just been appointed as the new model and ambassador for Woodin Ghana’s CONNECXION DE WOODIN collection.

Woodin, Africa’s number 1 retail brand is a truly African brand that is inspired by African culture and art. Woodin is the first African brand offering a contemporary and wholly African fashion range for style savvy individuals. Their limited edition fabrics, ready-to-wear outfits, and fashionable accessories are constantly evolving to define a new African fashion identity.

AFRIMA Receives 4,816 Entries For 2017 Submission...Eastern Africa With The Highest Entries

AFRIMA receives 4,816 entries for 2017 submission...Eastern Africa has the highest screening and adjudication processes follows…

The 2017 edition of the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, is already in the works to becoming an epoch-making awards event after receiving nearly 5,000 entries from African music artistes and music professionals at the close of the two-month entry submission process on Monday, July 17.

The African Union and the International Committee of AFRIMA had opened the 2017 AFRIMA Call for Entries on May 8 giving opportunity to African music artistes, record producers, songwriters, video directors and music journalists to enter their qualified works on the AFRIMA website and the awards social media platforms.

The overwhelming response to this call putting the total number of entries received for 2017 at 4,816 is an astronomical increase from the 2,714 number of entries received in 2016 which amounts to a whopping 77.25% increase compared to last year. Analysis reveals the regions with the highest entries as Eastern Africa, with 47% of the total entries and Western Africa, with 30%.

This immense progress is a positive marker and has elicited satisfaction from the African Union, the International Committee of AFRIMA, the Regional and Country Directors of AFRIMA.

Golden Mainland Ghana Limited Supports Widows

Ghanaian based engineering and construction firm, Golden Mainland Ghana Limited (GM) has carried out an exercise to support over forty Widows in the Mamobi area of Accra.

The Company, which said the move, was in furtherance of its commitment to give back to the society from which it operates, provided the widows with gifts in the form of Cash and food items.

Speaking on the purpose of the donation, Chief Executive officer of GM,  Zoyo Zhao said the exercise was  aimed at bringing joy and hope to the lives of the widows.

“Everyday my friends tell me about the extent of hardship which some of the widows in this vicinity go through and I decided alongside my team to do what we can to make their lives more convenient”.

According to her the level of acceptance they have enjoyed since entering the Ghanaian construction space also causes the company to deepen its commitment towards ensuring that the lives of Ghanaians are better.


Anyone who does not want to be productive and contribute to society will find a reason not to do so, and those who are truly disabled tend to find ways to work around their limitations instead of letting their disability define them and Christian Morgan is one of the few people living with disability and making a change in the country.

12-year-old visually impaired musician of Talented Kidz fame Christian Morgan best known as ‘Time No Dey’, has started living his dream as a musician after chalking 2nd runner up in Talented Kidz season 8.

The young rapper and a pupil of the Cape Coast School for the Deaf & Blind in the Central Region has released his debut hit track dubbed 'Ebubro Nkosua' produced by Quansty K. 

'Ebubro Nkosua' is a motivational song that reminds you that, no matter the circumstances surrounding your blessings, a time will come for your dreams to come true irrespective of your current situation.

In an interview with the rising star, he noted that his new track 'Ebubro Nkosua', is a must listen to song for the soul; it will inspire you to keep pushing towards your goals, no matter the obstacles that may come your way.


Give an old hammer to a carpenter and imagine the house that can be built. Give it to a toddler and, well……

This was the import of an outcry by renowned Ghanaian contemporary Highlife singer Kwesi Pee as he heavily criticized the new crop of DJs (and media practitioners) for the steady decline of our customary music genre.

He bemoaned the crisis the classical Highlife genre is currently facing during an interview with Ricky Rick on Drive Entertainment on Empire 102.7Fm; specifically lashing out at the crop of new generation DJs.

“There are no more matured and popular DJs/Presenters who represent the Highlife music genre. Rather, there are too many young DJs in the industry at the moment who don’t enjoy classical/matured music. They rather prefer to play songs that appeal to their generation, songs for the bosschics and slay queens, songs for twerking, snap-chat and what not”.