We may consider this season as the resurrection of Nas’ classic “Oochie Walley.” Who else than RichMiller would jump on this instrumental? The rapper jumps on the beat and touches on various issues which are political, social, and yes, the usual braggadocio. For your listening pleasure…
Sunyani-based rapper and songwriter K’Swagg has released a short film as an introduction to his upcoming mixtape which is slated to be released in the first week of September.
Rebirth as the EP is named talks about how he has grown into the brand he is now, and how much he has strived to achieve greatness. Using music as a tool to effect change in the society, K’Swagg sets to use this EP to motivate the budding youth that the light at the end of the talent is not a mirage but a reality.
Known to be very good with his lyricism and delivery, the UTSH recording artiste K’Swagg’s “Rebirth” album is surely worth the wait as it promises to be one of his best works so far as his musical journey is concerned.
CANT music front-liner Two4Seven swerves fans with ‘Against’ features Apijay and produced by Tubhani Muzik.
Known to be more of a singer, Two4Seven proves his versatility on this new tune talking about life struggles and people who have been against his progress for time without number.
The singer-turned-rapper on this tune flaunting his prowess when it comes with delivery and Apijay certainly added more spice to the tune.
Anytime the calendar hits August 1, a lot of things come into our lives; from the happy new month wishes all over from friends and families, our memories which comes with smiles or tears to breaking news of goodwills and tragedies. But before I tell you what happens when August comes, look through this article to know something special about the month of August. August is the eighth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars, and the fifth of seven months to have a length of 31 days. August comes from the Latin word augustus, meaning “consecrated” or “venerable,” which in turn is related to the Latin augur, meaning “consecrated by augury or “auspicious.” In 8 B.C. the Roman Senate honored Augustus Caesar, the first Roman emperor, by changing the name of their month “Sextilis” to “Augustus.”
Being the eighth month on the year what is more special about this month is not in the meaning of the name but in the essence of the number 8, its numerology. The meaning of the number 8 is harmony, peace, and balance. It is a symbol that helps you make decisions that are beneficial to you in your life. The number eight in the Bible signifies Resurrection and Regeneration. It is the number of a new beginning. The resurrection of Jesus is the ultimate new beginning. It is said in The Bible that Jesus rose on the first day of the next week from the day he was crucified.
Personally, when August comes, I smile and cry. I smile for it’s my birth month and I cry because it reminds me of my late junior brother who was born of the first of this month and died in this same month few years later. August is the month of great triumphs and large harvests and the symbol of the month is the gladiolus flower, which generally means beauty, strength of character, love, marriage and family.
Now, when August comes, it offers us a good time to pay attention to finer details, particularly if buying or selling a property. One goes over the contract with a magnifying glass to be sure not to skip the fine print. If you have investments, review them during the month of August and if you are considering new investments, be clear about your choices and decisions because this is the month when great financial gains or losses can take place.
The 8 Energy power that comes with August loves prosperity and the appearance of prosperity. The 8th month is the time to take a look at your wardrobe and physical body. If they need some help, August is a perfect time to buy some new clothes and start a new fitness regime. Do what it takes to make yourself more attractive, as this is a time to pamper yourself knowing that August is a time of new beginnings.
When August comes, take a trip – you will feel so much better if you get out of your regular environment.
Try to listen carefully to the advice of others during August. Great truths come from unexpected quarters, as anyone who has spent time with a small child can attest. If you do not listen, you may find, to your surprise and possible dismay, that during this 8 Month you had been warned about a couple of things that went wrong later, and that you were not open enough to heed their warnings.
The 8 Month is also a time to speak up and say what is on your mind—to stand up and be counted. The month of 8 is a time to be proactive and get things done. August is the month to change jobs if that is what you have been wanting to do. Send out your resume now, visit the offices of people you want to work for, accept dinner and conference invitations.
This month you will have a good chance of meeting the people who will help you in your quest.
An 8 month can be the month of the ‘victim’, therefore it is cautionary for people to take extra care during August, especially when driving. And remember, August is associated with the Karma Spirit- giving and receiving abounds. When August comes, a time of new beginnings come.
Akakpo Elikem Kwabla
These two young gentlemen come together to compose a beautiful piece titled “Me Hemaa”, which means my queen. This highlife tune is the soundtrack to impress your partner.
YN keeps it real with his lover as he profess many things he will do to be 100% down with her.He linked up with Zorro to add spice to this slow jam record.
As part of her mission to alleviate human sufferings especially among children, Love Foundation Club, a well-known charity organization is out with a nationwide educational support tour.
The tour is to enable the foundation get access to deprived schools across the country so as to support these schools with some educational materials. This is to improve upon the quality of the education system for school children in rural areas across the country.
Speaking during an interview on Joy Prime TV’s New Beginning recently, Marcus Anafu the CEO of the foundation mentioned that the theme of this tour “to every child, quality education is key” captures the role of quality education in helping bring an end to children finding themselves on our streets which makes some of them end up losing their lives.
Love Foundation Club has played significant roles in helping make education better in several rural communities through donating educational materials like textbooks, exercise books, chalks, pens and pencils among others. The foundation also goes round giving lectures to young school children on things that can make them end up on the streets like teenage pregnancy.
The foundation seeks to make this educational tour her official project towards reducing streetism in our cities in addition to her premier initiative of adopting orphans and street children and building communities for the homeless.
Having gone to few deprived communities and schools to find out the real needs of school children and conditions affecting smooth and quality education in this communities, the foundation has identified the need to provide school uniforms, exercise books, chalks, pens and pencils and extra-curricula items like footballs and other sport items to these schools. This is because in some of these communities, some school children do not go to school because of the lack of these items.
The nationwide tour is partnered by Love Coated Yogurt, Ako Travel and Tours, Empire Ushering Agency, Barima TV, and Airlly Heritages. Corporate bodies and individuals can contact 0242509275 or 0202945723 to make enquiries or donate or support the project financial through the Stanbic Bank Account number 9040007119040 Love Foundation Club.
Akakpo Elikem Kwabla
Public Relations Officer
Love Foundation Club.
The young Ghanaian US soldier about whom news broke recently for making Ghana proud through music and philanthropy in the States is soon to hit the screens with his appearance in the popular American TV series titled Hawaii Five-O. The TV series which started in 2010 and have a total of about a 1908 series casts will see the young Ghanaian joining in the 9th season as a police trainee in the Police Academy who is learning what it takes to be a police officer. The season is set to be released in September 2018.
About the Movie
Created by Peter M. Lenkov, Leonard Freeman and Alex Kurtzman, Hawaii Five-O is an American action police procedural television series that premiered on Monday, September 20, 2010, on CBS. The series is the re-imagining of the original series which aired on CBS from 1968 to 1980. Like the original series, the show follows an elite state police task force set up to fight major crimes in the state of Hawaii. The task force answers only to the call of the Governor of the state of Hawaii and is given full immunity and means. The team investigates crimes ranging from terrorism to kidnapping, as well as murder and robberies. The show which won the Favorite New TV Drama at the 37th People’s Choice Awards in 2011 won several other awards over the years. The show was also in the Guinness World Records 2012 for the “Highest-Rated New Show In The U.S” with a record of 19.34 million viewers for its January 23, 2011 episode, Kai e’e. The show had a massive positive effect on Hawaii’s economy as businesses that were featured in the episodes saw rise in sales and there was an increase in visits to Hawaii site by tourists as based on viewing the series.
What this means to Ghana
With a lot of Ghanaians making waves in the international movie scene, Solomon’s appearance in the soon-to-come season 9 of the Hawaii Five-O series becomes a plus and a pride to Ghana. Like the big names such as Peter Mensah, Boris Kodjoe, Joey Ansah, Abraham Attah, Freema Agyemang and the more others, we look forward to see Solomon Ennin who hails from Tarkwa in the Western Region pick up supporting and leading roles in international movies and also stare in more shows. This shows how great young Ghanaians keep working hard to lift the flag of the country higher.
About Solomon Ennin
Solomon Ennin is a young Ghanaian U.S soldier who was born in Tarkwa in the Western Region of Ghana. He is an inspirational speaker, a preacher and a musician. He is the founder of We Can Foundation, a charitable organization that seeks to improve the living condition of those living in deprived rural and peri-urban areas. He has to his credit two music albums and a music video titled “Higher”. He attended the Columbus State Community College and the Ohio School for Phlebotomy.