The PLK back with the fire!!! BBnZ Live’s Ko-Jo Cue is here with the remix version of “Wole”, a Hip-Hop song to make strong waves in the country. In this version he lines up a whole squad to add their voices to the banging tune. It’s a battle of verses as Worlasi, Kwesi Arthur, Kay-Ara, Shaker, Temple and C-Real match up boot for boot with fire 16s. Enjoy!
As already indicated, I like it when Stone makes music about love. And he got the feature right, putting on Adina. Let me be frank, I’m crushing on Adina now after watching the the KP Selorm directed video. I’m glad Flowking is married.. LOL, at least I got a chance. The visuals features colourful scenes, from the garden, to waterbody, the corridor filled with lovely lights, and what have you. Flowking takes us way back when ludo and draft were the games of excitement and love. Great video by all standards.
In the life of any artiste, one of the riskiest thing one can do is to make a remix of a song that put him/her in the limelight. Kwesi Arthur gathers confidence to feature the highest, Sarkodie and AMG Business’ very own Medikal on “Grind Day (Remix).” With a new verse from Kwesi Arthur, and one of the best verses I’ve heard all year from Sarkodie, we can’t ask for more. Although Medikal’s verse wasn’t the best, I believe we’d still enjoy the remix of our favourite jam, produced by Kayso.. Enjoy!
The Kumasi-based rapper, Amerado surfaces with visuals to his song “At My Back.” After filling Bar Naas (an open-air pub in Ahodwo) for his Rapmare EP launch, the emcee has delivered a video for the eyes of his fans before the year ends. The Quophi Asamoah directed video is very hood. This is not a usual type of video you’ll see girls twerk unnecessarily. Amerado talks about his brand and the fact that all gossips whatsoever are put behind him, as about dozens of guys support him at well chosen locations. Enjoy watching.
UK’s famous Tim Westwood has hosted a long list of celebrities around the world in his “Crib Session”. Think about all the top artistes and almost all of them have featured on the Crib Session. Only few Ghanaian artistes have been on there, and Strongman joins the list now. The young rapper as usual, proved he’s Ghana’s favourite “Wordsmith!”
Strongman delivered flawless and non-stop flows, tactically fusing in some English verses into the all Twi rap. He’s always confident behind the mic and knows how to switch styles without even pausing for a second.
This is a good look for Strongman and marks the beginning of many great things happening in his career under his label Sarkcess Music.
How does one choose a best friend? It’s not a question you would normally sit down and think about but it’s a very interesting mind game if you do decide to try.
Ghanaian actress and on air personality Joselyn Dumas has listed her requirements for choosing her girlfriends and its a simple list of only two attributes.
The friend has to be as non-judgemental as Dumas herself is and has to have ‘a crazy mind’, to make every day an adventure full of endless possibilities.
Dumas revealed this over the weekend on her reality talk show ‘Keeping it Real’.
Dizfa Gray and Jane Awoonor were the guests on the weekly show to discuss friendship among women and all its attendant complications.
As the discussion turned to what to look out for in a best friend, the former host of ‘The One Show’ chimed in with her ‘two cents’ on the issue.
“For me it has to be somebody who won’t judge me. I don’t like to be judged because I don’t judge – I mean my mum always says the fact you don’t do something doesn’t mean somebody would not do it to you — but if you don’t judge me you’re my home girl forever and ever.” Dumas said.
“We have a lot of people who are very judgemental, both male and female, these days. So for me, the ultimate thing is somebody who’s not going to judge me.”
She added that the second most crucial attribute she looks out for, is somebody who has a crazy mind and helps make life interesting day in and day out.
“The person has to have a crazy mind, it’s very important. I think when you have a crazy mind the possibilities are endless, it’s like an onion, you keep peeling and you keep peeling and you’re revealing something new every day. And I’m still trying to find myself so when you have a very crazy mind we can do that together.”
Her guests Dzifa and Jane listed similar attributes, with the latter prioritizing a positive personality above everything else and the former looking for an honest and fun loving friend.
‘Keeping it Real with Joselyn Dumas’ is a reality chat show created by the actress and aired on GhOne TV every Saturday at 8:30pm. It is produced by Dumas and Shirley Frimpong Manso, and features the actress and two female panellists discussing the tough questions about being a lady in a man’s world.
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It is only true love that can make a hardcore rapper calm and be all lovely in a song. Proving his versatility, A-Clipse performs “Just Stay” with Kay-T. The visuals will make you fall in love and rise your desire to cuff a bae so you can have a good time together. Directed by KTO for Hawk Eye Cinema, A-Clipse is seen hanging around and playing with his love. The sights and scenes, plus drone shots will feed the hunger in your eyes.
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.
I was surprised upon realizing that this song now has a video. At the same time I had a big smile knowing that I’m going to be blessed watching it for the first time. The song that put Joe Mettle at the top, making him the 2017 VGMA Artiste of the Year. “Onwanwani” is a Holy spirit inspired song, and the video carries the message very well. A lady who happens to be troubled with sickness, and is in dire need of employment is overwhelmed with a heavy heart to a point where she pens a prayer letter to God. Upon finishing, a miraculous thing happens. The next time the lady comes home she finds at her door step an envelope. She opens it up to find out it’s a letter of employment and her medical laboratory results. Guess what the results were? The locations for the visuals were carefully chosen. Hopefully you’ll enjoy it and be blessed as well.