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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‘Tecno Phantom X’ Beats ‘iPhone 12 Pro Max’ …….. Review

This may sound ridiculous or untrue to you but it is a fact that the new ‘TECNO Phantom X’ is better than the ‘iPhone 12 Pro Max’. We have highlighted 4 very important areas that makes the new ‘Tecno Phantom X’ a better choice over the iphone 12 Pro Max’. These are: camera quality, memory, battery capacity and of course, cost! Battery Capacity/ Power –Every Ghanaian knows how important it is to have a smart phone with up – to – date features which also has the long lasting battery…

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Outdoor Cinemas Might Be the Answer….. Editor’s Desk

In the wake of an ever changing pandemic with lethal repercussions, poor ventilation in most indoor cinemas in Ghana, has forced the hand of the President of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo – Addo, to place an indefinite Ban on cinemas and theatres in Ghana. But, in this dark moment, the option of ‘outdoor cinemas’ has appeared but is yet to be explored. The outdoor cinema experience can never be underestimated; even in these times. Outdoor cinemas have always created a different feeling as the ‘no roof’ feeling brings the…

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Miss Malaika Ghana 2020 Comes Off Successfully with Intense Intellectual Competition …… Editor’s Desk

Beauty pageants are no strangers to intellectual display, but Miss Malaika Ghana 2020 top finalists took it a step further by boldly ‘battling’ in front of a live audience with well researched presentations, eloquence, and intelligence; and what appeared to be calculated gestures and body language.  The top 3 winners couldn’t be more deserving as they had the most attentive messages namely: Jasmine who spoke passionately about rape and the need for victims to break the silence, Olga who spoke about Genotype and the importance of understanding your genes and…

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V.G.M.A 2020 Artiste Of The Year Narrowed to 2 By Fans…….. Editor’s Desk

The biggest award at the annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards the ‘Artiste of the Year’, has been on the discussion table as the final awards night approaches. Two of Ghana’s finest musicians Sarkodie and Kofi Kinaata, are on the lips of quite a significant number of music lovers on social media; precisely Facebook as the possible winners for the award.  When we look closer, both rap artistes indeed impacted the music community significantly in 2019. Multiple award winning musician Sarkodie, who has won this before, had a numerous hot songs…

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V.G.M A. 2020 Kicks Off On A Good Note ……. Editor’s Desk

Yesterday, the long awaited 21st edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards commenced with an industry awards ceremony which hosted mainly stakeholders of the music industry such as music producers, entertainment reporters, musicians, song composers and so on. The event, though mainly produced for broadcast purposes, allowed a small audience which brought the auditorium to life during the two hour event.  Some of the improvement at this year’s edition were security and safety. Personally, I was  checked three times by security personnel after thoroughly washing and sanitizing my hands, before…

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Are Churches More Important Than Tax Paying Cinemas?

As we face the devastating impact the Coronavirus crisis delved to the Ghanaian economy, we have been compelled to go about our daily lives in order to survive even in the face of this killer disease. Therefore, business must go on, the Gross Domestic Product will still be calculated, and Ghana must survive. So, as we try to ease restrictions in order to allow further integration for more economic activities, the President of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa – Akufo Addo in his most recent address to the nation on Sunday…

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