In this our age where entertainment radio shows have become empty, and it’s either music is been played, or fact-less discussions going on, here comes ‘Lift Off’ radio show with Koo Sebor.
This list is based on relevance, popularity, clout and numbers (streams, etc.)
Ghanaian rapper Strongman, known in real life as Osei Kwaku Vincent has been crowned the best rapper at the maiden edition of the Ghana Music Awards – South Africa.
Multi-award winning musician, Fuse ODG has stated emphatically that he is the most decorated Ghanaian artiste. The “BomBae” hitmaker has won a huge number of awards, which include VGMA, MOBO, MAMA, and even GRAMMY, hence making his claim factual.
With Fuse ODG preparing to release his sophomore album, he readies to drop the first single off it, titled “Bra Fie.” This single features Jamaican recording artiste, Damian Marley.
With exactly 10 days after the release of “Reign” album Shatta Wale’s sophomore has landed on Billboard World Albums charts.
Once in a while a few stakeholders in our dysfunctional music industry come out with a campaign for our radio stations to play 80% Ghanaian music. It’s usually intense after an occurrence happens that causes awakening of the public to support this course.
Mostly legends are admired and appreciated after they’re no more, but the good people at National Folklore Board have made it a point to document and celebrate them while they still have breath.
There are different kinds of songs for different people. There are different kinds of songs for different moments. When you’re down and need some motivation, you’re likely to dip yourself into motivational songs. But when you’re jubilant you dance to some fast tempo songs.
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 […]