Highlife musician, Gyedu Blay Ambolley, believes the old musicians are the only ones who can salvage the Musicians Union of Ghana(MUSIGA) from its myriad of problems including the long-standing issue with their national elections. Gyedu Blay Ambolley says it is about the time old musicians like himself, Pat Thomas and the likes came together to run the affairs of the association.
The Former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama has cause massive stir online with his dancing moves to Amakye Dede's song "Akora Ketewa Wanyini Ahoufe". In one of the videos of his 30 years marriage anniversary, the Former President was seen seriously dancing with his wife Lordina Mahama.
Here are pictures of the wives of Amakye Dede, Counsellor Luterodt and Reggie Rockstone. 1. Counsellor Luterodt. Counsellor Luterodt is a popular counsellor. He is known to be very controversial. Counsellor Luterodt is well-known to be a relationship counsellor. He is mostly seen and heard on various radio and television stations.
Richard Kweku Asante known in the showbiz as Kalybos is a Ghanaian comedian most popular for his role in Boys Kasa, a short comedy produced by Kofi Asamoah (KOFAS MEDIA).Kalybos was born on the 27th of April 1988 by Mrs.Felicia Owusu to Mr. Peter Owusu Mensah.
The events that led to the defeat of the Former President John Dramani Mahama is gradually repeating themselves in the current Nana Addo administration and should the Vice President, Dr. Bawumia be allowed to stand as Presidential candidate, there will be a low chance of the NPP to break the eight.
Popular Highlife Musician Amakye Dede has called for the legalisation of marijuana which is popularly known as weed. According to him, he used to smoke heavily and it made him very energetic on stage. Unfortunately, he grew up to deliver hatred for weed because he didn't like it anymore.
There has been a lot of music festivals organized by musicians to entertain people during this year's Christmas but the one that holds a lot of prominent statemen was the 'Night With The Legends' concert. This concert was hosted by top old musicians such as Daddy Lumba, Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede among others.
Amakye Dede was born on the 5th of January 1958. Daniel Amakye Dede is the real name. Amakye Dede is a Ghanaian musician. He is one of Ghana's premier high-life artists, Amakye Dede was given a lot of names, some people call him "Iron Boy", "the high-life maestro" and others also call him "Abrantie"(means the Gentleman).
Ghanaian veteran and legend in highlife music in Ghana, Amakye Dede has urged the Government to legalize the smoking and usage of wee in the country. As we all know, smoking or even planting of weed in Ghana is somehow illegal as the it goes against the laws of this nation and one can be punished severely if caught.
Amakye Dede, a seasoned musician, has backed proposals for marijuana legalization. He asserts that he sees nothing wrong with smoking the herb. Despite the stereotypes associated with marijuana use, the artist pointed out that it does not necessarily make one a bad person. Amakye Dede stated on Ghana's GHOne that it "would be nice" if the government legalized marijuana.
Ghanaian highlife legendary musician, Amakye Dede has named his top three musicians in the country. Amakye Dede who has left such a big legacy in Ghana’s entertainment and music industry has chosen three big Ghanaian musicians which he thinks will one day take Ghana’s music to a different level.
Unbelievable highlife performer, Abrantie Amakye Dede, has unveiled that he and rapper, Sarkodie, have another melody coming out before long Imparting the new update to energy in a new meeting, he expressed that he has a suspicion that the tune would be a monstrous hit He alluded to delivering melodies before long and that Ghanaians ought to be eager of new music coming from his camp.
Veteran highlife musician, Abrantie Amakye Dede says his lovers need to expect a capacity hit tune he has recorded with rapper, Sarkodie. According to him, he is set to please Ghanaians with information initiatives considering the fact that he has been dormant in generating songs for a while now.
Veteran musician Amakye Dede AKA Iron boy has contributed to calls for the legalisation of Marijuana. According to him,he does not see anything wrong with smoking the herb. The artiste noted that despite the perceptions attached to smoking Indian hemp in our society it does not make one a bad person.
Former Vodafone Ghana Music Awards' Artiste of the year Kuame Eugene has acknowledged on the greatest musicians in Ghana on BBC News. The Angela hitmaker was interviewed about his life, his journey in the music industry, his love for Afrobeat and Highlife music and the likes.
Ghanaian is one of the African countries best in music and entertainment. Highlife songs have dominated worldwide over the years. The guitar rhythms make it unique compare to other songs. Some of these highlife musicians who made highlife music very popular overseas include Agyeman Opambour, Nana Ampadu, Akwasi Ampofo Agyei(AAA), Amakye Dede, Adomka Nyamkye, Super Yaw Ofori, Daddy Lumba, Papa Yankson, Ambolley, Osibisaa Band, Agya Koo Nimo, Ab Crentsil and more.
Netherlands-based Ghanaian, Felix Frimpong has disclosed that he stopped attending concerts because he needed to save for the future. Speaking on ‘Daily Hustle Worldwide’ on SVTV Africa, Felix disclosed that in his early years as a young man in the Netherlands, he attended events and enjoyed life.
Amakye Dede and Kwaw Kese's encounter was wonderful, and they were both delighted to meet each other there. Amakye was seen wearing a blue black trouser and a short round neck shirt. His gold chain and wrist chain were not visible. Kwaw Kese was also dressed in pants with a white long sleeve at the top, Gucci shoes, and white socks, not to mention a pair of spectacles on his face.
Ghanaian highlife/Afro pop artiste, Kwame Eugene has made a prominent appearance on the latest edition of BBC news’ focus on Africa. The 2020 Ghanaian artiste of the year took to his Instagram page to share snippets of his interview with BBC news. Kwame expressed his excitement at such an opportunity to put Ghanaian music on the world map.
Music icon Amakye Dede has taken his live performance act to another level. He has set a bar which will require extra commitments from his fellow artists to achieve. His upcoming show, to be hosted in Greece this year on the 7th to 13th of September, will be an extraordinary and special occasion to be remembered.