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SAMUEL OMANE – MENSAH: Shatta Wale is a business man (article)

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We may all have our sides and opinons to the SM camp.Some are highly censured by the attitude of some members while others shift blames to Shatta Wale.

As a young business enterprenuer myself, I would like to take it from a business perspective and will boldly say Shatta Wale is a business man.

After watching his live broadcast here on facebook captioned ” SO WHO AT ALL MADE SHATTA WALE”, he demonstrated pure business with fun.I call him “SMART MAN” (SM) because it takes only an insightful business performer to do that.

He played his song with Burna Boy “Hosanna” and that is one of his current songs on promo list.The hub of the video leads you to “Shatta Bitters” and to some extent he tells you the benefit of the drink.He also took advantage of Pope Skinny in the studio as a supporting act to the upcoming, SHATTA WALE IN CAPE COAST CONCERT.Interestingly, he always takes advantage of the moment.

You may have your twist to him as a leader of the camp and the exit of his members.But like Brian Tracy said “Leaders think and talk about the solutions, followers think and talk about the problems” When all the others kept a word to the problem, he displays his products as solutions. Now this is ShowBiz!

 

Credit: Samuel Omane – Mensah

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Gra Gra records act CJ Fastlane wades into Shatta Wale – Wizkid feud releases ‘Badder’

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Gra Gra records signed act CJ Fastlane has waded into the Shatta Wale – Wizkid beef.

The Dancehall fireband on the song Badder showered praises on himself as the best dancehall artiste in Ghana to wit he is better than Shatta Wale.

Badder is a cover of Nigerian rockstar Wizkid’s global hitmaker Daddy Yo which featured his Star boy music labelmate Efya.

Gra Gra records and Entertainment company owned and ran by Ebodili Chijiokwu Simeon known in Showbiz circles as Skolary which recently unveiled 5 top Nigerian but Ghana-based acts on his label.

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LISTEN: King Promise releases another classic song “SELFISH”

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Legacy Life Entertainment frontman King Promise has released another classic tune.

Titled Selfish, the VGMA 2018 Potential nominee for Best Male Vocalist, New Artiste and Artiste of the year sings about Love and the need to be loyal to one lady.

Produced by award-winning Producer Killbeatz known for producing smash hits like Ed Sheeran’s bibia be ye ye, Fuse ODG’s Boa me amongst other top charting songs.

Promise (Gregory Bortey Newman) is known for other top songs like Double Trouble, Nobody, Hey Sexy and Thank God, and has been tipped among the country’s brightest prospect in recent years.

He recently won the best Discovery video for his song Thank God which features awarding winning Ghanaian international act Fuse ODG.

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Shatta Wale, Samini, Ebony, Stonebwoy, OTHERS fired for Dec 1 S’ Concert’

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Ghana’s biggest stars in music are ready for this year’s S Concert. Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Samini, and Ebony among a host of others are fired up for a grand showdown.

The December 1 concert will feature over 50 artistes on one stage, yet the biggest assembly of musicians under one roof for a night’s experience.

This year’s S Concert is being held at the Accra Sports Stadium, venue for last year’s record-breaking numbers.

Organized annually since 2014 by the EIB Network-owned Starr 103.5 FM, the concert is yet Ghana’s biggest celebration of its mainstream and budding artistes.

The 2017 S Concert is sponsored by Storm Energy Drink, Accra City Hotel, Express Savings and Loans, Ghana Post GPS, Hubtel, and Cosmopolitan Health Insurance.

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T’NEEYA is reshaping Africa’s New Ubran Sound!

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German-Cameroonian chanteuse T’neeya (Jennifer Tania Takoh) is fast-becoming one of the continent’s favourite new-age voices.

Using Soul, Alternative Afrobeat, and Dancehall, the self-taught Ghana-based songwriter affects listeners in a way that is intimate and immersive. Whether via covers or her original compositions, T’neeya’s sound, because the multi-layered texture it arrives in, appeals to a wide spectrum of audiences.  And when one takes a look at the greats she cites as her influences (Micheal Jackson, 2 Baba Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu et al), it is not entirely surprising that her sound is gradually permeating with such superior effectiveness…courting critical reception even in Ghana, and guaranteeing her a place on key stages in the country.

Her recent collaborative piece with Ghanaian counterpart and “Tomorrow” man Darkovibes, swiftly makes a strong case for her as a constant name on a playlist of must-have African love songs today. Happy and playful, it is also sensitive in the vocal texture it is delivered in.  Thoughtful and greatly relatable lyrics, as well as a pristine guest verse from Darkovibes, ensure that in spite of it being new, it is already observed as classic material.

Simply referred to as “T”, the sultry  singer is already widely considered a pioneering name in the contemporary urban music space, her graceful eccentricity and avant-garde melody ensuring that.

Alumnus of the University of Applied Sciences (Berlin), T’neeya is also author of “Hold Me Down”, a submission which adds to an elegant catalogue she’s building. Produced by respected programmer VACS, the song is widely-rotated across various platforms in the country, a clear testament to it’s quality.

T’neeya’s relationship with music started at a tender age: taking herself through the rudiments of songwriting, and steadily growing a committed following for her performance on a number of talent shows in her native Cameroon. She herself did not realise the potential of her gift, till her parents started paying attention: “singing professionally wasn’t a reality for me, until my parents started noticing, I sounded good and gave me their blessing”, she recounts.

Heartfelt and moving, T’neeya’s songs usually centre on themes relating to love, joy, and struggle,  crafted from a variety of experiences, and carefully conveyed via a masterful blend of Pidgin, English and French.

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LISTEN: Nina – E.L

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Ahead of his annual BAR concert this weekend, Ghanaian singer/ rapper Elom Adabla (E.L) submits a chilling account of the daily risks performers go through at the hands of overzealous fans.

The song, the first under his recently-launched imprint VO Nation, tells the story of Nina, an obsessed admirer who gets uncomfortably close, even resorting to gun violence to emphasize her affection for him.

The tune reaffirms the multiple-award-winning act’s prowess with storytelling in how he meanders between personas the compelling narrative.

EL launches BAR 4 at Alliance Francais in Accra, November 25.

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Kofi Kinaata Headlines “Made In Taadi” Concert, DEC 23

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High Grade Family’s Kofi Kinaata headlines the maiden edition of his annual “Made In Taadi” Concert.

Slated for the Jubilee Park in his native Takoradi on December 23, the Susuka rapper is expected to be joined onstage by a host of top industry colleagues/ mentors including label boss and Ghanaian dancehall doyen Samini.

Also frontman of “Team Move”, Kofi Kinaata, while he’s still significantly young, is already a respected songwriter in the country for his depth of thought and mastery over storytelling –something which has seen him pick up the VGMA laurel for ‘Songwriter of the Year” more than once.

He recently released videos for his songs “Last Show” and “Time No Dey”.

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