Top 10 Most Impactful Rappers in Ghana Ever

These guys created organic impact with visible effects among the public without abundant billboards or exaggerated P.R and marketing campaigns. This is what makes the impact so strong, true and down to the roots of the people. They created a culture and inspired movements. They broke boundaries and set new records. Reggie RockstoneStarted the whole youth movement that spun into a generation of rappers. His success was a ‘miracle’ as rap wasn’t really on the main entertainment menu as it was seen as foreign, and Highlife music was very dominant.…

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‘Fifty Fifty’ Movie … A Tale of Modern Ghana Told with Creativity … Editor’s Desk

Ghanaian Actress and Film Producer ‘Yvonne Nelson’s latest work ‘Fifty Fifty’ was an honest representation of some aspects of modern day Ghana. Though a fictional tale, the various subject matters addressed in the movie, are true reflections of recent times in Ghana. A quick glance at the story, highlights topics such as the relevance and contribution of sports betting and lottery, the danger of jealousy from romance, the abuse of societal roles and it’s justification by Ghanaian culture, youthful ambition and frustration, greed and desire for comfort at all cost,…

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First Day of V.G.M.A 2022 Brings Back Fond Memories

Ghana’s biggest music weekend, the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, a two day package of musical performances and awards for top rated musicians and related industry personnel, yesterday at the Grand Arena in Accra, had a warm mood as popular musicians and some award recipients, recollected some of their most memorable days of their careers. Among them were multiple award winner ‘Samini’, rapper ‘Edem’, Traditional musician Nii T. Tetteh. The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is an annual platform which mainly seeks to bring together musicians in Ghana to celebrate music made…

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Celebrating Hon. Barbara Oteng – Gyasi on International Women’s Day

Whoever thought that one of the major turns in the Arts community in Ghana, the passing of the Creative Arts Bill, would have been made possible under the leadership of a woman? On that day, hope rang out like a loud giant bell echoing through the country. We now have a legal backing for financial support from the Government of Ghana. And, this was because of the consistent efforts of Hon. Lawyer Barbara Oteng – Gyasi, the then Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture. Hon. Barbara Oteng – Gyasi can…

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Seven Big Mistakes Ghanaian Youth Make!

1) Marrying when one is just getting started; especially with a new job even if it pays very well. The Youth must themselves to grow, and not just in a romantic relationship, but by giving themselves time to achieve certain things which they may not have time to do anymore; especially when they start having children. Your personal ambitions are important as your social responsibilities, because each time you achieve them, you develop more energy to withstand challenges that may come you way. You also become more self actualized and…

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‘No Pressure’ Album by Sarkodie – Editor’s Remarks

Sarkodie’s lyrical prowess doesn’t seem to be expiring anytime soon. Evidence of this are the sounds on the ‘No Pressure’ Album: Rollies & Cigars, ‘Married to the Game’ featuring Casper Nyovest, ‘Anything’ and ‘Round 2’ featuring Giggs. The messages were centered on love, emcee braggadocio, self lifestyle, modern day desperation for wealth and fame, social media hypocrisy, upcoming rappers and their thirst for recognition, and gratefulness to God. In totality, there was a balance between ‘rap culture’ and Romance’, and a fusion of different music genres namely Afropop, Inspirational, Pop,…

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