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Kumi Guitar Releases Single in Honour of ATOMIC JUNCTION GAS EXPLOSION victims – LISTEN!

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Kumi Guitar, a contemporary Ghanaian High Life artist signed to Zylofon Media, has released a touching tribute song for the victims of the weekend’s Atomic Junction Gas Explosion.

The unfortunate Gas Explosion in Accra which has claimed 7 lives and injured over 132 people has left Ghanaians shocked—with many having joined hands to mourn the dead and pray for the injured.

It’s in this regard that Kumi Guitar has quickly recorded a song, to aid in the national mourning and reflection—titled, Victims.

Speaking about the tribute song, the rising star said; “as a musician, I felt I can best contribute to the national mourning and reflection by recording a song for those we’ve lost and those who have sustained injuries—while asking for God’s protection and guidance for Ghana.”

A few months ago, Kumi Guitar featured some of Ghana’s greatest music personalities, including; Nana Kwame Ampadu, Pat Thomas and Charles Amoah in the video of his hit single, ‘Dream.’

 

Listen to ‘Victims’ Below…

 

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Sarkodie named for ONE AFRICA MUSIC FEST – DUBAI, November 16!

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Celebrated Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie (Michael Owusu Addo) will be joined by other music giants from across the continent for the Dubai edition of the widely patronised concert, which comes off at the Madinat Jumeriah Al Sufuoh Rd. on November 16!

The concert has been successfully held in the United States and the UK, witnessing sterling performances from Wizkid, Davido, Tekno, Jidenna, P-Square, Tiwa Savage, Olamide, Cassper Nyovest, Alikiba, Flavour N’abania, Phyno, M.I, Efya, 9ice, Awilo Longomba, Falz, Victoria Kimani, among others.

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”.

Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, ,and beloved Kenyan band Sauti Sol have all been confirmed for the Dubai concert.

A multiple-award-winning act, Sarkodie is CEO of his independent imprint  SarkCess Music, which is also home to singer Akwaboah, and fellow rap act Strongman. His fifth album “Highest”, is out now!

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GADAM NATION CONCERT slated for Bukom Boxing Arena, Nov 26!

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Popular Tamale-based singer Fancy Gadam takes his annual “Gadam Nation Concert” to the Bukom Boxing Arena this November.

Put together by Sultan INC and 5M Music, the concert is one of the key dates of his ongoing tour of major cities across the country, which has been massively patronised, and seen performances from popular colleagues as Sarkodie, B4bonah, Ebony among others.

Last year, the Accra leg of the tour was held at the National Theatre, drawing thousands to the venue.

Born Ahmed Mujahid Bello, Fancy is recipient of a BASS Award for Discovery of the Year, 2017  VGMA Best New Act, as well as a 2016 JIGWE award for Best New Artist, and has been associated with the likes of Medikal, Wiyaala, Shatta Wale, Sarkodie among others.

Fancy is author of several hit songs including Total Cheat, off his 2017 album “Mujahid’.

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MOBO Awards 2017: Sarkodie, Juls, Mr. Eazi, Eugy up for BEST AFRICAN ACT!

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Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie has bagged a nomination at the 2017 Music of Black Origin (MOBO) awards. The ‘Glory‘ act was nominated in the ‘Best African Act‘ category.

Davido, Eugy, DJ Juls, Maleek Berry, Mr. Eazi, Tekno, Tiwa Savage, Wande Coal and Wizkid are the other contenders in the category.

The awards ceremony will be held at the First Direct Arena, Leeds on Wednesday, November 29, 2017.

 

The MOBO Awards stands for “Music of Black Origin” and was established in 1996 by Kanya King and Andy Ruffell. The MOBO Award show is held annually in the United Kingdom to recognise artists of any ethnicity or nationality performing black music. In 2009, the awards ceremony was held for the first time in Glasgow.

Prior to that, it had been held in London. In 2011, the ceremony returned for a second time to Scotland. The awards then moved to Leeds for the first time in 2015.

The Music Of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards were established in 1996 to recognise and celebrate artists who create Black or urban music. The MOBOs may be the most prestigious but were not the first Black music awards show in the country. In Britain, the Black Music Awards (BMA) show ran from 1992 to 1996 in various venues in London.

The first MOBO award was presented to UK trio Baby D, in the Best Dance Act category.

The MOBO Awards are seen as a UK equivalent to the BET Awards and Soul Train Awards for being the main award show in Britain to focus on Urban music.

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Trigmatic Shines At Celebration 2017 – SEE IMAGES!

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Rapper and Host of YFM’s Myd Monring Show, Trigmatic over the weekend set the stage on fire as he performed with the Safoa Band at the 2016 Felabration at The Shrine in Nigeria.

Trigmatic put up a spectacular performance for patrons at the show. He rocked the stage with live performance of most of his hit songs.

The ‘Motromodwo’ hit maker together with the Safoa Band lifted Ghana high with at the music festival in Nigeria.

Since their over the weekend, Trigamtic and the Safoa Band have been all over the news with everyone talking about their outstanding performance during the “FELABRATION” MUSICAL FESTIVAL; a most prestigious festival celebrated by a great number of people in Nigeria and across Africa to honor the legendary FELA KUTI.

Felabration is an annual music festival conceived in 1998 by Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti in memory and celebration of her father Fela Kuti, a Nigerian musician and human rights activist known for pioneering the afrobeat genre of music.

The one-week-long event which is held annually at the New Afrika Shrine in Ikeja, attracts visitors all over the world and has thus been considered as an official tourist destination by the Lagos State Government

Felabration is held on the week of Fela’s birthday.

The event features musical performances from top music acts from Nigeria and guest appearances from internationally acclaimed musicians and personalities. It also consists of street parades, symposia on social and topical issues, debates and photo exhibitions.

Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti (15 October 1938 – 2 August 1997), known professionally as Fela Kuti, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, or simply Fela, was a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, human rights activist, and political maverick. He has been called ‘superstar’, singer, musician, Panafricanist, polygamist, mystic, legend. During the height of his popularity, he was often hailed as one of Africa’s most “challenging and charismatic music performers.

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LISTEN: No Size – Obrafour

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Titled No Size, rap veteran Obrafour reunites with XLM boss JMJ, with whom he worked extensively on his 2015 album Asem Beba Dabi.

The song, an uplifting up-tempo jam, is released under Obrafour’s Execution Entertainment imprint, and is among a series of landmark singles preparing the way for his Obrafoforo album.

Obrafour’s 1999 masterpiece Pae Mu Ka is widely considered the greatest Ghanaian rap album till date. An unparalleled lyrical technique and fearless social commentary have set him apart as amongst the most influential voices of his generation.

 

Listen to No Size below:

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BRONYA: Wutah ready RETRO video for COMEBACK HIT – [ watch BTS images/video]

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Top Ghanaian duo WUTAH –comprising Frank Osei (Wutah Afriyie) and Daniel Morris (Wutah Kobby) are scheduled to release the video to their widespread comeback hit Bronya in coming days.

Yaa Baby’s Purse & a Premature Christmas – Wutah’s ‘Bronya’ – A REVIEW

 Directed by X Bills Ebenezer, the 80s-themed video is expected to invoke as much nostalgia as the record itself. Bronya is the second joint since Wutah announced their return as a group months ago –the other being AK47.
Wutah’s explosive break into Ghana’s music industry was with their 2006 debut Anamontuo, which birthed such classics as AdonkoGoosy Ganda and Big Dreams.

See behind-the-scenes images and footage from the video shoot courtesy Blagogee:

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