Flowking Stone needs no introduction. From the days of Bradez to been a solo artiste, Flowking Stone has been prominent in the music scene. When Bradez were ushered into the game by their senior brother Okyeame Kwame, they were doing the then Hiplife genre. I loved “One Gallon” to bits. Then what we called ‘GH Crunk’ came into the scene, introduced by Asem. Continue reading Which is Better; Rap or Afropop Flowking Stone?
Kumasi is a city that has brought up many great talents. Among these great people happens to be Ybees Onna. The emcee has been sharing his wonderful craft with the public space for a long time. In the lives of musical brands, just as companies do, it becomes necessary to rebrand yourself. Continue reading Artiste Ybees Onna Officially Rebrands to KAE YAW
It takes a hit song for an artiste to become popular, but it takes more than that to maintain the status of being a star. Some people never get to reach limelight and give up along the way. Continue reading Why Most Artistes Fall Off
Legendary singer cum actor Abu Sadik has slated 6th October as the date to celebrate his 20 years anniversary in the showbiz business. Continue reading Fancy Gadam, Maccasio & Others to Celebrate 20 Years Anniversary Of Legendary Musician/Actor Abu Sadik
Inarguably one of the most prominent and successful female artistes we’ve had in Ghana is the late Ebony. Hit after hit, she gave us bangers that we still party to, some with very positive messages, others to entice the secular music consumer. Continue reading Can Wendy Shay Fit into Ebony’s Shoes?
It came with joy at the camp of Strong Empire, Strongman’s management and fan body, when the most decorated Ghanaian artiste, Sarkodie signed the rapper, Strongman. Continue reading Strongman at SarkCess; A Good Move or Not?
For the many fans who have been keen on hearing a full body of work from talented Ghanaian rapper/singer A.I., there is good news from him and his management team, 2Ligit Records. Continue reading A.I. Ready to Release ‘Headstrong EP’
There are artistes who get lucky and land a hit song without much promotional effort. The most recent of such breed is Patapaa. On the other side, there’s a chunk of others who work hard with consistency and finally see success. Such artistes include Lynx Entertainment signees, KiDi and Kuami Eugene. Continue reading KiDi & Kuami Eugene Didn’t Reach Stardom by Chance
These days rap has been infused with some rhythms & blues and other subgenres, to make it easily accepted by a wide range of people. But sometimes rap fans miss the core old time rap which made them fall in love with the art. Continue reading Flowking Stone Surprises Fans with Jaw-dropping Bars Only Freestyle “Raw Vibes”
In 2007, the Ghanaian music scene was invaded by Tema acts. The talk of town were Yaa Pono, Opanka, D. Cryme, R2Bees and Sarkodie. Since that era passed, we really haven’t had a total domination by a set of Tema artistes till Raph Enzee, B4Bonah and Kwesi Arthur came into the picture. Continue reading How Kwesi Arthur Stole Our Hearts