OBITUARY: Highlife artiste Anokye Supremo passes

Kofi TV reports the death of budding Ghanaian highlife artiste Anokye Supremo (Lumba Jnr). He is reported to have died Rabindranath Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences, Mukundapur in India after undergoing an eye tumour operations. Active in music for some time, he has released songs like Krom Ay3 d3, Hush Wuish among others. More soon.

Ko-Jo Cue & Shaker drop “Untitled” music video

BBnZ Live’s Ko-Jo Cue and Shaker take Hip-hop lovers back to the golden age with a new single accompanied by a music video. The song is titled “Untitled” and comes off of the duo’s upcoming 12-track album titled “Pen & Paper”. The video directed by Esianyo Kumodzi is almost eerie but the good thing is, […]

National Cultural Ambassadors OUTDOORED! [+Images]

The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has outdoored its Tourism Ambassadors in Tamale on World tourism Day, 27th September, 2017. Sector minister, Honorable  Catherine Afeku and her deputy, Dr Ziblim Barri Iddi presented to ambassadors a smock each. The significance is to show the world that these ambassadors Wear Ghana everywhere they are and […]

Daddy Lumba, Amakye Dede join Kanda Bongo Man for 2017 VODAFONE AFRICAN LEGENDS NIGHT

Music legends Charles K. Fosu aka Daddy Lumba and Abrantie Amakye Dede have been announced as two major Ghanaian acts that will grace this year’s Vodafone African Legends Night. According to Global Media Alliance, organizers of the event, the two superstars were lined-up together due to their immense contribution to the Ghanaian music industry hence […]

Daddy Lumba appointed Tourism Ambassador!

Highlife veteran Daddy Lumba (Charles K. Fosu)  has been named Tourism Ambassador for the country. The appointment was signed by sector minister Catherine Ablema Afeku. “I write to officially confirm your appointment as Tourism Ambassador for Ghana,”  she announced in a letter dated 11th August 2017. “We at the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture […]

#VGMANostalgia: How history was created – The Lumba Year

The annual Ghana Music Awards is the most-anticipated night on our music calendar. Running for 17 years, it remains the topmost music honour in the country –our own version of the Grammys.  As we build up to this year’s edition slated for April 8th, ENEWSGH editor Gabriel Myers Hansen presents a series of essays reliving […]