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New Eazzy/ Shatta Wale collab dropping soon – SEE SNIPET!

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 Hiplife act Eazzy is recording new music with  SM boss Shatta Wale. The “Wengeze” singer, days ago, teased fans with a brief video on microblogging portal Twitter.
The video shows both acts singing along to the record, which is widely-anticipated to be a radio favourite once it is dropped.
Eazzy  is currently enjoying massive airplay of “Forever”, her infectious collaboration with Mr Eazi. She is also set to announce even more projects in coming months.
Watch footage of Eazzy and Shatta Wale enjoying the new tune below:
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LISTEN: Versatile act Randy N releases another Afrobeat anthem ‘Mad’

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Randy Nunoo Ntreh also known as Randy N  a solo musical artiste with a distinct talent has released a new single Mad.

The Afrobeat song was produced by Jrow, He is signed onto N Music.

In 2014, he was the opening act at Mzvee’s Revelation concert as well as coca cola road show and Stonebwoy and friends show which was hosted at Mouston Beach.

Currently, he sings and rap on all kind of beats and still got a dream to learn beat producing in the near future. Inspired by the works of Sarkodie and Wiyaala, he classifies himself as a versatile artist.

Listen to the song below:

 

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VIDEO: Bam Bam – Magnom ft. $pacely

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Producer Magnom submits new visuals featuring budding act Spacely. Titled Bam Bam, it was produced By J Bux, while accompanying visuals were directed by Mickey Johnson.

The song is off his recently- released “We Speed” project. A 9-track album, the CD features appearances from Edem, Shaker, Darkovibes, Yaa Pono, and Bayku.

Born Joseph Anthony Bulley in 1987, the Illuminati star has quickly risen up the ranks to become one of the country’s most sought after producers.  He has created gems for national and continental music icons as Sarkodie, Asem, Pappy Kojo, Edem, VVIP, Gasmilla, Raquel, Guru, Efya, Samini, LAX, Mr. Eazi, Okyeame Kwame among others.

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VIDEO: Gwarn – Juls ft. Burna Boy

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Here are visuals for “Gwarn’,  Ghanaian producer Juls’ recent single featuring Nigerian dancehall act Burna Boy.

The animation piece was created and directed by Poka Art.

Characterised by superior smoothness and nostalgic string placements Juls is popular for, the record is powerful on the senses, and adds to the the growing catalogue of classics submitted by Juls.

Born in October 1985, DJ Juls is perhaps most known for his extensive work with singer Mr Eazi, including Skin Tight, and Bankulize.Juls has been associated with top acts as E.L, M.anifest, C-Real, Sarkodie, XO Senavoe, Efya, FOKN Bois, Yaa Pono,  Show Dem, etc.

Juls is recipient of multiple awards, including a 2017 AFRIMMA laurel, and is author of the Leap of Faith EP.

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One Africa Music Festival: Organizers regret “management miscommunication” which led to Sarkodie pulling out last minute!

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Organisers of the ‘One Africa Music Festival” have issued a statement apologising to Ghana’s Sarkodie for the mix-up that led to his inability to perform at the recently-held Dubai leg of the concert.

Published on photo-sharing platform Instagram Wednesday November 22, Paul O, owner of event outfit Upfront & Personal  reiterated his team’s “regret” at the turn of events, citing management miscommunication.”

Sarkodie was Ghana’s only rep at the concert, which also saw performances from 2face Idibia, Wizkid, Davido, Tekno, Diamond, Victoria Kimani, Cassper Nyovest, Tiwa Savage, Flavour, Emma Nyra among others. His pulling out inspired widespread criticism at organisers of the event for allegedly sidelining him for Nigerian colleagues Wizkid and Davido, though he had been announced by host Banky W to mount the stage.

 

Read Paul O’s  full message below. 

On November 16, 2017, One Africa Global (OAG), held the fifth installment of the One Africa Music Fest (OAMF) in Dubai, thanks to Pepsi, the Dubai Tourism Board and our other sponsors it turned out to be a hugely successful event that was enjoyed by a sold out crowd at the Madinat Jumeriah, and was also live streamed to millions of fans around the world. 
As we continue to build our brand, we hold ourselves accountable to the highest esteem of professionalism and integrity to both our fans and artists and will continue to reach across all cultures, boundaries and understandings that collectively form One Africa. At the same time we call on all performing artists and fans alike to embrace that they appear as ambassadors of our culture and genre of music, and as such they must equally be held accountable for their behavior when attending one of our events, especially with regards to artists who are judged not only in their individual capacity but also on the actions and inactions of their entourage. The irony being no matter how well behaved an artist is, if a member of your entourage acts up the law, the press and the media only know you (the artist). We full heartedly thank all the artists that performed at OAMF Dubai. However we would like to offer our sincerest apologies to Sarkodie, his team and all his fans that came out to see him, due to management miscommunication, that led to him not performing and we regret that we missed out on his performance. We at OAG are personally accountable on delivering on all our commitments, and as such take it to heart when commitments are not fulfilled to either the artist or the fans. As we continue to improve our platform and the experience shared by the artist and fans our goals remain undeterred bringing Afrobeats enthusiasts under one roof, one shared love, one family, One Africa. 
Thank you. 
Paul O
(O.A.G. CEO) @oneafrica_musicfest@oneafricaglobal @fuzengn @sarkodie@djmensah @polawuk @angeltownbaby”

 

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Celebrated Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie (Michael Owusu Addo) pulled out of a November 16 performance in Dubai due to reported incidents of disrespect on his team.

The “Highest” was scheduled to perform alongside other African giants at the just-ended Dubai leg of the widely-patronised One Africa Music Festival, but refused to mount the stage despite a successful soundcheck session earlier.

Journalist Eugene Osafo Nkansah reports that the rapper was shoved aside because Davido was ready to perform, never mind that he had just been announced by host Banky W to perform:

“During the concert, host of the show Banky W announced Sarkodie as the next act on stage after Nigeria’s Teckno performance and Sarkodie’s DJ, DJ Mensah mounted the stage but Banky W came back to announce Davido’s name after someone whipped to him on stage that Davido was next.

“The show started at about 9:30 pm and ended at about 2:45 am and all the artistes numbering about 20 from different African countries(Kenya, Angola, South Africa, Ethiopia, Tanzanian, Nigeria etc) performed with the exception of Ghana’s Sarkodie.”

George Britton also reports of scuffles and arrests as a result of the unfortunate incident:

“When Sark was just about hitting the stage, Davido’s guy attacked Black Nana by pushing him to the floor to allow Davido perform. Ugly scenes. Slaps, blows, police arrest etc”, he posted on Facebook earlier this morning.

The rapper, his official turntablist DJ Mensah, and Dancehall singer Shatta Wale all tweeted their displeasure at how things turned out.

 

One Africa Music Fest is described by organisers as ‘ Africa’s leading platform in showcasing the best and brightest musical talents in the continent, with the sole aim of solidifying Africa’s position within the entertainment industry on a global level”.

 

 

 

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“I’m the king of love songs”, Kojo Antwi declares in new tune “SUPREMO”

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“I’m the king of love songs”, highlife maestro Kojo Antwi proclaims in his latest single Supremo.

Revered for such classics as Densu, Tom And Jerry, Dadie Anomaa, and Adiepena, the pronouncement is widely-held in Ghana and beyond. It would appear though, based on some references he makes in the record (like Bob Marley’s “who the cap fits, let him wear it”), that he is aiming jabs at an industry rival.

The Kaywa-produced song also sees Antwi compare himself with other world greats as Cristiano Ronaldo, Muhammed Ali, Michael Jackson among others.

With a remarkable 22 albums to his credit, and many laurels including West Africa Tourism Award, All Africa Music Awards, Kora Award, and the Our Music Award under his belt, Kojo Antwi is a trusted authority in Ghanaian music.

Born Julius Kojo Antwi, the Afro pop, highlife and reggae icon first released a music album in 1986, and his latest album Mwaah!, was released in 2009.

Supremo is Kojo Antwi’s first offering in a significant while. Listen below:

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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.

Listen to the song below:

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