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VIDEO: You Do All – Jay Ghartey & DJ Black

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US-based Ghanaian rapper and singer, Jay Ghartey has returned with the official video for “You Do All” – an Afro-Trap track he released in 2016 with DJ Black.

The track which comes off of DJ Black’s “Earthquake” mixtape received huge thumps up and now has a visual fans can enjoy.

In “You Do All”, Jay Ghartey and DJ Black are seen performing the song at under a bridge alongside some colleagues.

“You Do All” video was shot in Harlem (New York City), and was directed by Boola.

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GEORGINA! dj ALjahZEEra’s “Music Pharmacy” kicks off “SOUND CIRCUIT” initiative with GH/ Gabon collab

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DJ ALjahZEEra, host of global music show, The Music Pharmacy, is unifying music talent from the continent in a way that is truly unprecedented.

Via his new initiative, “SOUND CIRCUIT”, which he describes as a social responsibility project to help new talented musicians / artistes and mainstream ones to exchange cultural heritage through international music collaborations, he adds to the African playlist, a remarkable new number.

The maiden single, slated for  22nd February and titled “Georgina”,  is an Afropop  masterpiece remixed with popular Gabonese group BGMFK whose audience share in the francophone parts of Africa is phenomenal, especially with the dominance of their songs Ayo, Loin & Aya on international television platforms such as Trace & Mtv base.

Gabonese band BGMFK. Follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

“Georgina” is a song composed by a talented burgeoning Ghanaian -based artiste named Vegas Ace,  who is steadily growing his fan base in the Sekondi – Takoradi metropolis & the Western region of Ghana as whole.

The song is also produced by Willisbeatz,  one of the greatest talents in music production today,  speculated to be nominated and awarded Producer of The Year at the upcoming Ghana Music Awards 2018.

Ghanaian act Vegas Ace. Follow him on Twitter ,  Instagram and Facebook 

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TRUE BELIEVER! Shatta Wale Charges at False Prophets in new song – LISTEN!

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In his new single “True Believer”, on which he features protégés Addi Self, and Natty Lee, Dancehall icon Shatta Wale confronts charlatans parading as men of God, in quintessential Shatta Wale fashion.

The joint, produced by MOG Beatz, interrogates the motives of prophets who seem to possess a penchant for seeing only bad news.

“You say you be true believer…only you wey know Jehovah…You say you be true believer, everyday you dey kill your brother” the Shatta Movement frontman and ZYLOFON Music signee ponders on the chorus.

In past weeks, a number of purported men of God have prophesied the singer’s demise –a development which has angered him greatly. In an explosive live video on Facebook following these “prophecies”, the singer petitioned the president, Nana Akufo Addo, saying that his life is in danger. He also threatened to burn down churches if this “false prophecy” fails to come to pass by December.

In a related development, his father, Charles Mensah Snr, has written a formal letter to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) to investigate a Kasha-Based prophet for such a claim.

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These Paul Addo images sum up Ebony’s One – Week Observation!

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The One -Week observation ceremony for singer Ebony Reigns (Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng), held in Dansoman over the weekend, was characterised by a mix of emotions: disconsolate and celebratory alike.

A momentous time in modern Ghanaian music, the event attracted a myriad of sympathisers (celebrities, as well as regular folk).

Photographer Paul Addo, via a selection of poignant images, sums up the key scenes from proceedings. Follow him on Twitter

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IMAGES: Mzvee shows class at inaugural NFF Awards in Nigeria

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Afro-Dancehall artiste Mzvee was the toast of the several patrons who throng the Grand Ballroom of the Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island (Lagos) on Monday for the maiden edition of the Aiteo/Nigeria Football Federation awards.

The versatile act performed her smash hit “Rewind”, and was joined by Nigerian Dancehall act Patoranking to perform their collaboration “Sing My Name” on the night.

Other performers on the night were Tiwa Savage, Simi, Kiss Daniel, Reekado Banks,  and Falz.

Present at the awards were NFF President Amaju Pinnick, First Vice President Seyi Akinwunmi, FIFA President Gianni Infantino, FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura, CAF President Ahmad Ahmad and Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.

Born Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, the Natural Girl is popular for many hits including Bokor Bokor, Abofra, and Hold Me Now.

She has worked with top colleagues as Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Richie Mensah, Efya, Didier Awadi, Pappy Kojo, and MI Abaga etc. MzVee is also a two-time BET honouree, and is recipient of several other laurels including VGMA awards for  Unsung Artiste of the Year (2014), Best New Artist Of The Year (2015), Best Female Vocalist of the Year (2016), GMH Best Female Artist Honour (2016) and a host of others.

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Ko-Jo Cue, Shaker, Kwesi Arthur narrate black history in “Up & Awake” video

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Ko-Jo Cue and Shaker have finally dropped the official music video for “Up and Awake”.

The song was taken from the BBnZ Live label duo’s joint project “Pen and Paper” and it features Tema-based rising musician Kwesi Arthur.

The video directed by Esianyo Kumodzi gives an account of black history.

Scenes of activities reminiscent of the transatlantic slave trade which spanned from the middle of the 15th century to the end of the 19th century are displayed in the video.

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EXCLUSIVE IMAGES! Maiden Shatta Movement Soccer Tournament held!

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Over the weekend at the Lizzy Sports Complex in Accra, the maiden edition of the Shatta Movement Soccer Tournament came off.

The event was put together in celebration of the Shatta Movement, the fan army that serves as backbone for dancehall singer Shatta Wale ( Charles Nii Armah Mensah). The motive of the event, which was also attended by the dancehall star, rapper Pope Skinny, Joint 77, Natty Lee, was to further strengthen the bond that already exists within the family.

Full of fun and laughter, the gala saw winners take home medals, a trophy, and various can prizes.  Here are exclusive Kwabena Awuku -made images from the event:

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