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#Wogbejeke to feature at the 2017 Music of Ghana Origin #MOGO2017

The cast and crew of Ghana's very own epic, WogbeJeke, which has thrilled Ghanaians over the past couple of years, will perform at this...

Roverman’s ‘Blackmail’ set for March 25

Ghanaians who trooped the National Theatre for the premier of Uncle Ebo Whyte’s latest production BLACKMAIL will testify to a time well spent. The theatre...

Poetra Asantewa announced as 2016 OneBeat Fellow

Ghanaian poet, singer and spoken work artist Ama Asantewa Diaka, popularly known as Poetra Asantewa has been announced as a 2016 OneBeat Fellow by...

#TalentThursday: Meet Fatau Keita, authentic and refreshing music

Among the few benefits of being a music writer is that, you get a lot of music sent to you by many people. On many occasions,...

Citi FM’s Saturday Live returns with Kojo Akoto Boateng

Ghana's most creative radio entertainment show is back on radio. Citi FM has announced the return of the weekly arts show Saturday Live, beginning...

Selfie magic at Chale Wote 2016 [Photos]

The annual Chale Wote Arts Festival at James Town in Accra has provided opportunity for participants to take photos of some great artworks being...

Edward Enninful named new British Vogue editor

British Vogue has announced that its new editor will be Edward Enninful. He will be replacing Alexander Shulman.   Goodbye to @barackobama and @michelleobama44 !! Thank...

Bessa Simons, Teddy Osei hold Osibisa workshops

Ghanaian musicians have been advised to take their careers seriously and be disciplined in their work. This advice was given by the founder and...

Feature: The Ministry of Tourism deserves the same attention as Finance, Trade et al

Your majesty, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo –Addo, tamer of wild elephants, keeper of the Jubilee House now Flagstaff house and soon to be Jubilee...

Okyeame Kwame: Touching the world, changing lives

Okyeame Kwame is a phenomenal gentleman. He is in a special league of musicians who have used their influence to change the lives of...

Prof Badu Akosah hails Okyeame Kwame

Ghanaian pathologist and politician, Professor Agyeman Badu Akosa has praised the rapper Okyeame Kwame on his great performance at the recent Music of Ghanaian...