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    I sell rice alongside my music business to survive – Rapper Trigmatic

    Renowned Ghanaian rapper Trigmatic shared a surprising revelation: he sells rice alongside his music to make ends meet.     Speaking as a panel member At the recent West Africa Music and Arts Festival, monitored by blogger and Journalist Attractive Mustapha , on the topic “Where’s the Money and How to Survive in the Music […] More

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    Shalimar Abbiusi shines in Ghanaian series

    Renowned human rights advocate and international spokesperson for the New Force, Shalimar Abbiusi is back in the headlines, this time for her exploits in the entertainment industry.   She has been featured in the “Madam Series,” produced by Sparrow Studios and aired on Akwaaba Magic. “Madam” is a gripping drama that follows the life of […] More

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    GEPA CEO Encourages Unity in Creative Arts to Achieve $25.3 Billion Target by 2029

    The CEO of Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA), Dr. Afua Asabea Asare, has called for unity within the creative arts sector to achieve the ambitious export revenue target of $25.3 billion by the end of 2029, as outlined in the national export strategy. Speaking at the inaugural West Africa Music and Arts Festival, Nelly Joana […] More

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    Court Dismisses Challenge Against FDA’s Ban on Celebrity Alcohol Ads

    The Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Food and Drugs Authority’s (FDA) guidelines prohibiting celebrities from advertising alcoholic beverages. The FDA’s 2016 guidelines stipulate that no well-known personality or professional shall appear in advertisements for alcoholic drinks. Mark Darlington Osae, manager for musicians Reggie N Bollie, filed the suit, arguing […] More

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    Crispen Drops Afro Pop Anthem “Mafaro” Celebrating African Youth Resilience

    Good music soothes the soul, but great music energizes it. That’s precisely what Crispen, a multitalented Afro Pop/Afro Fusion artist, is achieving with his latest single, “Mafaro.”   This infectious track, leading Crispen’s upcoming EP, is his second release of 2024 and showcases his dynamic musical prowess.     “Mafaro,” which means “enjoyment” in Shona, […] More

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    Shatta Wale Donates GH¢30,000 to Sanitation Heroes, Buz Stop Boys

    Renowned Reggae/Dancehall artist Shatta Wale has generously contributed GH¢30,000 to the “Buz Stop Boys,” a dedicated team of sanitation volunteers.     On June 12, 2024, Shatta Wale actively participated in the group’s clean-up drive in Alajo, Accra, where he presented the donation to bolster their environmental initiatives.     During a brief speech at […] More

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    Bishop Dag Heward-Mills holds massive crusade in Angola

    Thousands of people gathered from all over Lubango to hear the message of the Gospel from Evangelist Dag Heward-Mills at the recently concluded Healing Jesus Campaign in Angola. The campaign lasted for four nights, during which the evangelist preached about Jesus. At a press conference before the campaign began, Dag Heward-Mills was asked why he […] More

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    Nothing Lasts Forever: Camidoh sings about painfully losing his lover

    Despite his sterling performance in the music space, breaking records, traversing boundaries and touching lives, Camidoh, has battled some dark moments in recent times.     The Ghanaian Afrobeats artiste has released a new song that reveals an unpleasant situation he was plunged into about a year ago.     The song titled ‘Nothing Lasts […] More

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    Lady Dentaa Amoateng MBE celebrates GRAMMY’s expansion into Africa

    President of Grow, Unite and Build Africa (GUBA), Lady DentaaAmoateng MBE, has expressed excitement about the Recording Academy’s expansion efforts to support music creators at the global level and the GRAMMY’s entry into Africa.     She said the feat calls for celebration among the music and creative arts fraternity on the African continent.   […] More

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    Yvonne Nelson Expresses Disappointment Over Celebrities Absence at #DumsorMustStop Vigil

    Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has voiced her disappointment regarding the low turnout of her celebrity peers at the #DumsorMustStop vigil she organized yesterday, despite the overwhelming support from ordinary citizens.     The protest, aimed at addressing the ongoing power outages in the country, saw hundreds of Ghanaians marching in solidarity, though the presence of […] More

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    Pregnant Ghanaian Actress Yvonne Nelson Leads #DumsorMustStop Vigil in Accra

    Yesterday, heavily pregnant Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson took a bold stand against the ongoing power outages in the country, leading a #DumsorMustStop vigil that saw hundreds of Ghanaians gathering in a peaceful protest.     The demonstrators assembled at the main gate of the University of Ghana and proceeded to the Tetteh Quarshie roundabout, where […] More

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    John Mahama Unveils Over 20 Strategies to Elevate Ghana’s Creative Sector”

    The Presidential Candidate for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) John Dramani Mahama, has highlighted some of the policies he intends to implement for the creative economy if he wins the 2024 election.     At a policy dialogue with the creative arts industry stakeholders held at the AH Hotel in Accra on Friday, June 7, […] More

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