• HERBALIFE ADVICES: Cooking this Easter? Think of Eggs

    Easter is here again with families readying themselves for big feasts during the season. There will be meat. Lots of it. If you have ever thought of making eggs your main protein and not the top-up for your regular meat or fish, here is more to why you need...
  • Live Inside and Win the Ride

    The introduction of the ‘Live Inside and Win the Ride’ (LIWTR) competition by Global media Alliance Group- owners of YFM, Happy FM and e. TV Ghana- has succeeded in transforming and remolding the face of reality shows in Ghana because of its unique nature and the fact that it...
  • WON SHI JAMA! Feeling Ghana’s sonic pulse

    By Sammie Frimpong. It’s a familiar sight: crowds spread out across the terraces of a stadium, soaking up the action taking place on the turf or tracks below. In return, the spectators serve a special, distinctively Ghanaian sound: ‘jama’. It’s a word — and a concept — that’s earned...
  • OSEI KWAME: Weird is Good

    I know—the caption looks like a clickbait. What could he possibly be talking about? Your curiosity has already gotten you through the opening line, and I’m sure you would want to continue to unravel what mystery he speaks of. Have you ever heard a rumour about yourself and wondered:...
  • SAMMIE FRIMPONG: Baring It All – The Story Ebony Never Finished

    In life, as in death, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng and controversy never parted. In many ways, she was “a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.” She, known better by her stage name ‘Ebony Reigns’, was — and probably still is — a character of the sort Ghanaian showbiz...
  • Ghana-Norway-Ghana: ‘Burger’ Leo Revisits Ghanaian Roots via sLimBO

    In January, Oslo-based artiste Leo sent a video greeting to one of Ghana’s most recognized producers: sLimBO. “sLimBO, I am waiting for you to contact me. I really like you and you have to hit me up,” he said. Today, they work together. sLimBO, who is also an artiste,...
  • TRAVELOGUE: “It’s expensive buying furniture”

    By Ayuel Maluak   “Travel Shoes” “One day you’re 17 and planning for someday…” goes a cliché from a hit T.V series from my high school days called “One Tree Hill”. I pondered on a decade wondering how much changed since then. From those evenings spent in a cyber...
  • HUGADEM: Reviewing Nature, Sounds and Colors

    Sitting behind a desk on a cool Sunday evening,  it became extremely important to begin this review as close to perfect, as I could.  I had met with Kofi and Nyornuwofia Agorsor a few hours ago, at their home in Accra. Despite the time spent at the space which...
  • A GLOBAL SHAPER OF THE AFRICAN NARRATIVE – Meet Jake Obeng Bediako

    As part of the black history month celebrations in October, The Future of Ghana (an organisation which was established to organize, mobilize and advance the education & training of second generation Ghanaians living in Ghana and the Diaspora community), organized a two day forum at the House of Commons...