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Showbiz photographer Kwabena Awuku explains Shatta Wale’s famous “mighty falls”



These captivating images by celebrity photographer Kwabena Awuku show dancehall singer Shatta Wale in what can only be described as mighty falls.

This move (peculiarly taking place during the performance of his song Long Time) has left many befuddled: while some interpret it as an honest fall, others, because of the frequency with which it happens, laud it as a masterful performance gimmick.

In a recent tweet, official photographer of the Kakai hitmaker Kwabena Awuku (born Curtis Osei -Owusu), has once and for all, revealed what this “mighty fall” symbolises:

Kwabena Awuku is among the most respected contemporary photographers in the showbiz terrain, working with numerous entertainment icons, notably dancehall singer Shatta Wale and rapper Sarkodie.
See more photos of the famous mighty fall courtesy Kwabena Awuku:


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#SpitBarsNPoetry18 scheduled for September



Communications and Creative Arts Events power-house, Crabbita Media Consult in partnership with PoetryGH, announce the second edition of its Spit Bars and Poetry concert.

The event is popular for assembling Ghana’s crème de la crème in poetry and spoken word along with other creative arts displays including stage play, Live band music and dance.

#SpitBarsNPoetry18 is slated to take place in September at a location near you. And participants who predict the date and venue of the event correctly will win prizes from footwear company, Toe Tailor and clothing from Bello Couture GH.

Organizers of this year’s event have adopted #PressForProgress – the campaign theme for 2018 International Women’s Day (IWD), aimed at accentuating issues affecting the Girl Child and women via poetry and spoken word.

Performers would couch works and take on major social and cultural issues such as  Child Rape, Ending Early Childhood Marriage and Violence Against Women.

Spit Bars and Poetry is one of Ghana’s biggest platforms solely for some of the country’s most acclaimed poets and spoken word artists who continue to give their followers their money’s worth.

Manager and Press Agent at Crabbita Media Consult, Nathaniel Crabbe, called for a Headline sponsor to spearhead the event.

“Our flagship programs is undoubtedly Ghana’s biggest platform for poets, spoken word and other non-music creative arts performannces. We featured over twenty acclaimed and young talents last year”, a press release stated.

Patrons will also be treated to free eye examinations from Godly Favoured Eye Care Centre, free drinks and finger foods by the sponsored venue.

For sponsorship call 0201515939.

SpitBarsNPoetry18 is supported by Bello Couture GH, Wofa-Tee Designs, Pheb Collections, Soul Impact Family Productions, Ntama Trends, The Liddell Fashion Trend, with media support from, EnewsGhana,, Donor’s Blog, Bra Nie, and Ntama Trends.





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#ENEWSGHPoeticLicense: De-illusion – Asford PSALM



Above the mountain, a man sees everything so little as though ants.

On the ground, everything seems otherwise.

What you think you have is an illusion of what you don’t have.

Likewise, is what you have an illusion of the otherwise.


A man with power is above the mountains.

His delusions make everything seem like ant.

A man on the ground sees everything otherwise and is illusioned into believing he’s without power.

But power itself is an illusion.

An illusion that deludes a man into believing he’s with authority.


Power is overrated.

It’s an incorrect assumption of authority.

A roof may be the forebearer of rain water.

But the thrusters beneath directs the path of the runoff rain.

A roof may shield-off the rain of sun rays.

But is that the only accountable factor to the conducive convection within?


A man who is deluded by his illusion of power forgets the authority of the thrusters which lay within it’s shadows.

That which is strategically positioned in the shadows of the delusions of power is what is truly real.

That’s authority.


Power is mostly an incorrect assumption of authority.


Asford Psalms

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#ENEWSGHPoeticLicence: Meditation – Asford PSALM



All men are insistently referred to as dogs;


It’s particularly the bane when the issuer in the instance has become the reverse of the word ‘dog’;

A god who possess omnifarious qualities.


What really is the issue?

Is there an err in man’s creation to be referred to as such in an ungodly norm?

Or it’s the missing part taken to create another, complete from him?

Or that, he can’t resist whatever Eve gives to him?


All men are dogs;

Are all dogs men?

It’s not a fair comparison by any estate.


Consider not even the blasphemy;

If there’s an insistent craving to refer a man to a dog, the least consideration should be;

A dog is most loyal and faithful and a good friend to man when treated well with even the least.

Own a dog and just maybe you’ll understand.


Asford Psalms





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#ENEWSGHPoeticLicence: Daydream – Asford PSALM



The night visions beckon me to a wake.

I have stayed all night to figure it right;

From the mammoth to its tiny bits.


Night is gone, day is here;

But I’m stuck in a looping rear.

For a reason or the other and though the sun is here;

It seems to have not found a way to light away my fear.


My arm is up and my jaw sits atop.

But in a new day I flay in the same dream non-stop.

I’m at the mercy of a night vision that won’t go away;

A day dream; one in part, the same.

When at all can I walk my thoughts?

Can I even work my thoughts?

Will it even be worth it?


Gracefully and all of a sudden,

A snap!

His snapping fingers won’t stop until my mind responds to him with same.

Why are you lost in your thoughts son?

You are in too deep in the wrong way.

Walk out of your thoughts and make it work;

Your thoughts on its own has no legs!

Lucky for you, you have two legs and arms too.

So make it work!


Asford Psalms


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DADDY DEAREST! Sarkodie flaunts “barrister” daughter in new images



Since she arrived in 2016, Titi (Adeline Owusu), and her father Sarkodie have been simply inseparable. His pride and joy, the adorable little girl has been the subject of endless affection not just from her rapper dad, but also from a wide section of Ghanaians.

The two have documented their close bond via many heartwarming pictures (most prominently on the album cover of hiphop act’s latest album “Highest”), often promptly becoming social media fodder.

Here’s the latest instalment, posted by the rapper on his Instagram act, and captioned “Madam Maame Adwoa Owusu Addo – Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Ghana … Chambers – @cqlegal”

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#ENEWSGHPoeticLicence: Nowhere to go – ASFORD PSALM



The first time was to be my last.

The first time was to come by and away it goes past.

But then I tasted the sweet in the crevices and the cracks;

And I have lost all haste to leave thus fast.


The first was to only be but the first;

Until I tasted more of its sweets.

Now it has had me mellow and my craving thirst has bid me to follow.

With nowhere to go I am an obliged fellow;

I have lost all counts and can’t keep score.


I am livid though I ask for more and more.

I will love to go back to where I came from.

Contrary, here I am, held against my will to the sweets of this world.

The first time was a wish;

The second was a charm;

The third meant no harm, but here I am, I have been bewitched.

And it seems there’s nowhere to go.


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