Joseph 'Aqweci' Ofori is the founder of SteezeHub, a Medical Laboratory Scientist, a writer and blogger. He is filled with immeasurable amount of passion for innovation and creativity. He loves music with his all. Connect with him via Twitter (http://www.steezehub.com/aqweci)
Ghanaian writer, J.Y. Frimpong, challenges so many cultural concepts in “The Sufist”. He presents five short stories which talks about suicide thoughts, failed expectations, disappointments in defined gender roles, digital citizenship and the negative side to development of cities we ignore.
Download the PDF of #TheSufist below. Have a good read.
Self-taught painter and artist, Ken Kojo Adams has made a unique impression of the president of the Republic of Ghana. Starting at the age of 16, Ken developed a passion for painting and went ahead to teach himself by practicing it more.
Currently studying Arts at Takoradi Polytechnic, he has improved immensely with the art and looks at been a big name in the industry. Been motivated by the strives H.E Akuffo Addo has gone through to attain the presidency, Ken Kojo Adams deems it fit to make a portrait of the His role model and looks forward to presenting it to him.
Womanhood has always been with complications from menstrual cramps, childbearing to delivery, amongst a lot more.
In episode two of Keeping It Real With Joselyn Dumas, the screen goddess has an in-depth discussion about growing pains during pregnancy.
Speaking from experience, Joselyn Dumas who happens to be a mother of one (1) is joined by Stephanie Benson who is a mother of five (5), and Apolline Attripoe, a mother of one (1).
They touched on weight gain, increase in appetite, cravings for irregular things and how to curb them to keep the mother and child healthy and safe.
Keeping Up With Joselyn Dumas is a reality TV talk show that runs on GhOneTV every Saturday at 8 pm. The host, Joselyn Dumas invites friends and industry players to discuss issues pertaining health, relationships, business and other relevant issues based on personal experiences.
Since Ebony’s publicity team announced that she has 2 bangers coming up which are potential Christmas hits, ears have been on the ground to hear what the 90s bad girl has for us. The “Sponsor” hitmaker doesn’t disappoint as she gives us “Hustle” which features musician, Brella. Ebony sings about grinding to make both ends meet. It’s a struggle in the streets, so it’s only for Ebony to serve us with motivation. The most interesting part of the song is where she plays on words [again], saying “Mo ndi me oooh, mo ndi me dwa.” Listening to that statement alone may make you draw a conclusion that she’s being profane. But it’s actually Ebony pleading with customers/consumers to buy her items, since she puts up the personality of a trader in the song. the fast tempo Afropop song was produced by Danny Beatz. This is a potential hit!
Ebony Ft. Brella - Hustle (Prod. by Danny Beatz) 3.39 MB
Jay Shine is mentioned amongst the new breed of wavy artistes. After a successful commercial single with Joey B, the singer drops another one to end his silence, titled “Santorini.” Santorini is one of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea. It was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC, forever shaping its rugged landscape. The whitewashed, cubiform houses of its 2 principal towns, Fira and Oia, cling to cliffs above an underwater caldera (crater). Jay shine plans to take his dream girl there to let her have an experience she has never had in her life. Production was handled ace producer, Paq.
Jay Shine Ft. So Crucial - Santorini (Prod. by Paq) 6.84 MB
There are songs which become hits off the internet. “Ekomedeme” happens to be one of them. The song which had massive social appeal caught the attention of Ghana’s most decorated musician, Sarkodie. Hence he laid a verse on the Afropop instrumental for a remix. In fact, before hearing the song I thought Broni was a rapper, just to plug in an earpiece and realize he’s a young man who lays sweet vocals. “Ekomedeme” literally translates to English as “I am hungry.” Broni sings about how people may be going hungry, literally, discussing poverty (a topic which most musicians don’t like to touch). You know how Sarkodie gets emotional with a topic like this, right? He goes in like none other. DJ Kwamzy laid the instrumental whilst Laxio handled post production.
Broni Ft. Sarkodie - Ekomedeme (Remix) (Prod. by DJ Kwamzy) 3.85 MB
When I saw the tweet about the release of this song, I went totally bonkers. I mean when you have Fuse ODG, Ed Sheeran and Mugeez on one song, of course, it’d be extremely fire. With Ed Sheeran on the chorus singing Twi, and Killbeatz on the instrumental, words cannot describe the perfection of this song. “Boa Me” means “help me.” What I like about the song is the positive message it carries. They sing about how God has lifted them and ask for more help.
Mohammed Muhi-DeenYakubu, known in media circle as BabyBash GhBlogger is a public relations expert, social media marketer and a blogger.
Having worked as a Public Relations Officer (PRO) for Strongman of Sarkcess Music, Ko-Jo Cue of BBnZ, Peewee of Cue Music, TubhaniMuzik amongst others; GhBlogger has gradually gained recognition in the world of social media. He also does freelance services for numerous brands and products.
Starting as a blogger for GhanaNdwom.com in 2012, Babybash GhBlogger gained enough knowledge on HTML and WordPress which gained him employment with OMGGhana.com (now OMGVoice.com).
In 2014, He started his self-owned blog MediaHomeGh.blogspot.com (now MediaHomeGh.com) where He published entertainment and lifestyle news in and outside Africa.
Currently the manager of Strongman, a budding hip hop artiste signed to BET Awards winner Sarkodie’sSarkCess Music, He also doubles as the social media marketer for Hair Pivot, SarBoat Designs, StunnasGrafix and an occasional event organise.
BabyBash GhBlogger is a Computer Science Degree Holder and an expert in HTML, C++, Java and PHP.
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In the global music industry currently, new names are creeping up to occupy the huge thrones. Ghana is no different, as we have fresh breeds of artistes in a takeover. Offei happens to be a giant among these fresh wavy artistes. The composer of “Let It Go” features “Grind Day” hitmaker, Kwesi Arthur on this one. The song titled “Human Being” talks about the fact that we human beings are not God and that whatever our opinions be about a fellow human being, it is only what God has said concerning the person that stands.
Some people may think it is only through them that our success can be achieved, but little do they know that God has planned such blessings and it’s manifesting in our lives. Again as humans, we’re influenced by people around us, and if one keeps getting negative vibes, it’s very easy for that person to yield to such negativity. “Human Being” seeks to give a constant reminder that God has a better plan for us. Offei sings passionately about this concept, reechoing the statement “human being no be God”, as Kwesi Arthur lays a smooth and rich verse. In the end all things are good through God. We just have to keep our head high and hustle, One day surely, e go be. The song was produced by Paq and video directed by Skinny of 2 Monkeys Production Services.