• PICTORIAL: Young Classic, Old Soul – Citi FM’s OSEI KWAME

    You are aware of broadcaster Osei Kwame’s compelling voice, but do you know what he looks like? An astute professional, he has evolved to become a man of many parts, chalking immense success in an assortment of endeavours: MCing, Concept Development, Voice Over Services, Copy Writing, Brand Architecture, and...
  • PICTORIAL: Princess Shingle GLISTENS in NEW IMAGES ahead of forthcoming film

    Gambia-born actress, Princess Shingle is currently in Nigeria promoting the movies Michelle and The Engagement. She also recently wrapped up her new film The Mysterious Wedding Planner. Known for her other movies  5 Brides, The 30 Year Old Virgin, as well as Why Should I Get Married, regularly enraptures  beholders with her saucy images....
  • PHOTOGRAPHER Eric Gyamfi CELEBRATES Ghanaian LGBT community with LATEST PROJECT

    Ghanaian -born photographer Eric Gyamfi documents the lives of a section of Ghanaian LGBT families with compelling   new pieces for the New York Times. Titled “Just Like Us”, the projects offers rare everyday images of  lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals in a country where it remains illegal.   Photo credit: Eric...
  • 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...
  • This is a Lover’s Opinion

    We are products of the street on which we stand, and the street on which this picture was taken is peaceful everyday. It is situated in simple bliss, order, and the safety which comes with solitude or the dark. It is the stretch behind the British High Commission in...
  • Magic in the Air

    Two coconut trees with long trunks are looking down at an old building. Their fronds are close and nearly touching. Between them are three birds with wings apart, frozen in flight. They look more like they’re circling than moving toward a destination. There’s a fourth bird, lower and to...