The Ghana Music Industry has been hit with yet another sad news this morning as one of the popular musicians in Upper West Region, Abdullai Faridu, popularly known in the entertainment industry as Gameboy Waaluu has just been confirmed dead, Radio Tamale confirmed. The incidence which has taken the entire Upper West region into tears is reportedly to have occurred this morning.
Sad news we getting confirms the passing away of a legend in the Ghana Music Industry, Nana Kwame Ampadu. He is pioneer in the Ghana Music Industry and helped established the Ghanaian Genre Hi-Life. He is considered as the king of Ghana Music and is also regarded as the the Ghanaian artiste with most Albums in the history of Ghana Music.
The Ghana Music Industry can always boast of having a certain talented female who has contributed dearly to raising the standards in the industry. She is MzVee, the outstanding female musician. MzVee has always been a pure and natural girl and she even translated it into a song of hers.
Kumawood is considered as of the biggest movie industries in Africa.Kumawood has nurtured a lot of movie stars and Yaa Jackson and Maame Serwaa are not exceptions.
Man of the moment Black Sherif is not only making waves in Ghana but has gone global as well as a white man is spotted singing his “First Sermon” song word for word. Black Sherif has overwhelmed the Ghana Music Industry in the recent many months with his "Sermons".
Ebony Reigns (may her soul rest in peace) was the stage name of a very popular Ghanaian musician who died some years ago.Her real name was Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng and she was known to be a proper dancehall/Afrobeats artist.
On Monday 1st March 2021, one of the unexpected event happened in the country and ever since then Ghanaians had heaped their praise on the various actors that contributed immensely to that effect.
Aisha Modi, the wild and avid Stonebwoy fan known for her no-nonsense quirk has taken some swipes at the Ghana Music Industry for having an unfavourable system to provide social security to its stakeholders. Ghana woke up to see a disturbing video circulating on the media space that sees one of the most successful producers in the music industry in a devastating condition.
Since time immemorial The Ghana Music Industry has continuously produced talented and good female artistes and these female musicians go further to clear the misconception that males are better than females. It is a known fact that music in Ghana has been dominated by male artiste, especially in the secular music; Highlife, hiplife, Afro-Pop, Dancehall and others excluding gospel music. There are about five or even more Ghanaian female artiste who sing secular music and their contributions to music are beyond
When you ask a Ghanaian artist why Nigerian musicians are keep staying relevant are doing far better at both local and international, the answer will probably be that, Nigerian Music Industry have better structures than that of Ghana Music Industry; well if there’s actually any. How about if the narrative is different from the perception of Ghanaian artistes, and that Nigerian Musicians doing things to stay relevant other than having industry structures presumptuously pushing them on the global market? After
Gyakie, daughter of highlife legend Nana Acheampong has disclosed to Amansan Krakye that, she did not rise to fame in the Ghana Music Industry because of her father's popularity or influence.She indicated that when she did not reveal that; she was the daughter of Nana Acheampong when she started her music career.
One thing I can directly talk about the Ghana Music Industry for the past few years regarding its progress is the release of albums in current times. Putting all singles and musical collections into one single item on a medium wasn’t isn’t easy, it had never been.
Ghanaian Musicians has over the years been performing well on digital platforms. Unlike some decades ago, musicians in the Ghana Music Industry have come to understand how technology has changed the industry from the analog era. The journey of moving into digitization in the music industry was quiet not picked as early as possible by Ghanaian musicians like musicians in other advanced countries. However, as the industry grows gradually, although not the best and lucrative in Africa, most Ghanaian musicians have
Ghanaians who love music and waiting for 2021 Vodafone Ghana Music of Awards ceremony finally decides who should wear the crown as far as the songwriter of the year category is concerned.
In this article am to present to you some current and old photos of Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie.Sarkodie is a Ghanaian Rapper from Tema.Sarkodie has made contributions to the Ghana Music Industry and have earned him won a numerous awards.
Jacqueline Acheampong (born 16 December 1998) known professionally as Gyakie is a Ghanaian afrobeat/afro fusion singer.
Award winning dancehall artist, Shatta Wale has proposed a multi-billion agenda for musicians and stakeholders in Ghana's music industry. According to him, this is the missing link in the country's effort to market and spur development for the music industry. Detailing his ambition to champion this cause, Shatta Wale in his recent address noted that Ghana lacks a unique music genre that could be solely be credited for.
Popular Kumawood Actor Ebenezer Akwasi Antwi also known as Ras Nene has disclosed that, Ghanaian Dancehall Artist Shatta Wale is a prophet.
Ghana Music Industry has seen a very great improvement in the talents of the people involved right now and you can bear it in mind with me that currently Ghana Music Industry has a good number of female singers and rappers.Thanks for following me.
In this article, I will present to you with two beautiful and gorgeous celebrities.These two celebrities are Yaa Jackson and Ahuofe Patri.Now let's get started to see some hot and wild photos of these two celebrities.