Prince Gyasi: The face behind Apple’s latest project “A Great Day In Accra”

As seen on Vogue, and on international platforms like ABC news, Good Morning America, Ignant, Nowness,  Vanity Fair, Habiri Magazine (Kenya Airways Inflight Magazine), VSCO, Suitcase Magazine, Afropunk, CNN Africa, Kohler, Instagram, Chimi Eye Wear, Nataal Media, Artsy and others. Ghanaian International Visual Artist Prince Gyasi never ceases to amaze us, with his iPhone shots. […]

NEW JOINT: ‘Sarkastic’ – Da’ Hammer Feat. Sarkodie & Worlasi

Legendary producer Da’ Hammer, who is prepping up for the release of his debut album Last of a Dying Breed, has announced the latest single off the record “Sarkastic”, which is a play on rapper Sarkodie’s name. Aside Sarkodie, the record also features budding singer Worlasi, whose praises Da Hammer has constantly sung. Typical of […]

TicTac talks life after mainstream appreciation & food chain business

Many have asked questions about the life of musicians when they are off the stage with some attesting that musicians in Ghana turn to fade away too quickly when their music is not topping review charts. However, few musicians have defied the norm and have taken on some business ventures to keep them relevant while […]

#ENewsghINTERVIEWS – Ronnie was the engine of Buk Bak – Bright bares it all

It’s been days since Ronnie, the other half of hiplife group, Buk Bak, departed into eternity. Bright, the group’s other unit is still struggling with the blunt reality – that what used to be a strong, and from afar, tightly-knit group, is no more. In this interview with enewsgh.com‘s Abdullai Isshak, he tells us all […]

Ronnie Coches’ wake-keeping today – Burial tomorrow

A wake-keeping ceremony will be held in Accra today for late hiplife musician, Ronnie Coches, of the group Buk Bak. Coches’ body will lay in state at the National Theatre, where the Musicians Union of Ghana have also planned a concert in his honour. Hundreds of musicians and industr persons are expected to turn up […]

2013 in Music: Hammer of the Last Two’s observations

[dropcap1]”[/dropcap1] Great yr for music… My observations tell me music in gh is in safe hands now… Gone are the days artiste had to sell their CD rights to business men who had no plan for the brand of the artistes. Just exploiting our talents and profiting… Killing many careers in the process. Finally the […]

SHORT READ: The less albums and more singles trend

Musicians should be creative story tellers. It is a basic rule in music production. In other words, an artiste’s work must offer a different kind of feel. The strength of an album is always embedded in the quality of the roll in which it is presented. Track after the other, it should entice a consumer. […]