Volta Region, is one of Ghana's sixteen administrative regions, with Ho designated as its capital. The Volta region has many tourist attractions, a rich culture, good food and musicians who are making waves worldwide. Here are some great musicians who represents the Volta region of Ghana with their great songs; • Stonebwoy Livingstone Etse Satekla, popularly known as Stonebwoy, is a Ghanaian Afropop, dance hall and reggae singer. He is the CEO of Burniton Music Group. He hails from Alakple, Anloga in the
Born Solomon Adu Antwi but is popularly known as Yaa Pono. He is a Ghanaian rapper and hip pop artiste from Tema. He has quickly risen to become not just Ghana’s but one of Africa’s premier and best-loved freestyle hip-hop artists. He started his career with freestyle music before later getting into the limelight of the Entertainment and Music industry. Pono first appeared in local radio and competitions and made his first move in the studio in the year 1995. Pono had the likes of Sarkodie, Stay Jay, Guru,
Before reading this article kindly follow me and leave a comment in the comment section and don’t forget to share the article. n.Malloy Solomon Adu Antwi, popularly known as Yaa Pono is a Ghanaian rapper, singer and songwriter who hails from Tema. His hit single, Obiaa Wone Master, won Hiplife Song of the Year at the 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. He has brought so much smiles on the face of Ghanaians for his talent and skills in the world of music. It takes a special kind of musician to achieve such
The Ashaiman based rapper Solomon Adu Antwi popularly know by Ghanaians and the music industry as “Yaa Pono”.This controversial rapper was born in tema but his date of birth still remains a mystery for many Ghanaians more especially his fans . Most people don’t know the real story and the mystery behind his controversial stage name Yaa Pono but it was just recently he explained Abeiku Santana’s show on Okay fm. He says ,the feminine nature of his name has made him more unique among his fellow colleagues
Today, Saturday, October 17 2020, is the birthday of self-proclaimed Dancehall King, Shatta Wale and as expected, birthday messages from celebrities, friends and family are making waves on social media. Former bitterest rival to the head of the Shatta Movement Empire has sent a hilarious birthday message to Shatta Wale, known in private life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior. He took to Instagram on Saturday morning to extend his warm regards while subtly taking a swipe at the multiple award-winning artist.
Ghanaian rap heavyweight Solomon Adu Antwi best known as Yaa Pono has stated that names doesn’t necessarily impact an artiste’s brand. The rapper made this assertion in an interview with Radio Central’s Amansan Krakye. Host Amansan Krakye queried Yaa Pono on whether his name has had an impact on his brand over the years. In response to his question, Yaa Pono stated that he hasn’t been affected by his choice of name in the music industry. He made instances of other artistes like Obrafour, Tic and others
Names utilized by artists doesn't have any effect on their image – Yaa Pono demands 'Gbee Nabu' hitmaker, Yaa Pono conceived Solomon Adu Antwi has uncovered that the different names utilized by performers doesn't generally influence their image since the craftsmanship is the thing that individuals are centered around and not the significance behind the names they use. "God help us my name hasn't influenced me in at any rate. I was even the brand represetative for my wager. So I don't imagine that comes
Ghanaian rapper Solomon Adu Antwi, best known by the stage name of Yaa Pono, has been caught up in trendy rumors of a fight between Stonebwoy and Angeltown, Sarkodie 's boss. Yaa Pono took his Twitter handle to talk about the way some people are so triggered-happy that they're brandishing guns at least with provocation. According to the Uptown Energy Crooner, those who are fast to draw arms will soon have conversations with the echoes. His message on Twitter read: "1,2 gun 1,2 gun a day u go hear 3,4 u go have