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hanaian Highlife musician and movie director, Kaakyire Kwame Appiah has said music as a career currently is no more lucrative.


According to him, sale of music especially on CDs has declined due to technological advancement.
The famed Highlife musician was well noted for his local Christmas songs dubbed: Ye Ko Di Bronya’.
Kaakyire Kwame Appiah in an exclusive interview with Ohemaa Woyeje on Adom FM’s ‘Work and Happiness Tuesday said, in the past, fans were expectant for the release date of albums but it is different now.
Asked how lucrative the business was back then, the CEO of Kaakyire music cited that, ‘in 1998, I had a treasure bill of 500 million cedis. About 50, 000 Ghana cedis now’
“The music was selling. We could sell about 450,000 cassettes in days…” he disclosed.
The only to improve the industry, Kaakyire Kwame Appiah is to upgrade ourselves and be technologically savvy.
Meanwhile, he has recorded seventeen albums in his music career and currently promoting his “Di Bronya” song.


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igerian ‘starboy’ Wizkid has blasted award organizers who downgrade African artistes at shows in contradiction to international artistes.

Wizkid in an interview with NBS Uganda, while on a tour, said the unequal treatment by organisers is the reason he does not show up for such awards.
According to him, the only way African awards will be wildly recognised like Grammys is when organisers show equal treatment and love to both local and international artistes.
He said, “I don’t go for African awards because they give awards offstage.
“To elevate ourselves and get recognition worldwide, Nigerian artistes need to stop taking nonsense from anyone that’s trying to give us shows or awards backstage.
“I don’t take nonsense from anyone that tries to look down on Africans or African entertainment.
“If you’re not going to show us same love you show international artistes on stage don’t show us no love.
“We don’t want it, we have our people’s support.”
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oung actress Maame Serwaa lost her mother Thursday morning. Rose Benson, mother of the talented actress died December 7 in Kumasi after suffering a short illness. 

She left behind 3 children — 2 boys and a girl including Maame Serwaa.
Exclusive photos obtained from their family house shows the actress in uncontrollable tears.
Some actors and well wishers were also present to pay their respect.
Our condolences goes out to the actress and the bereaved family. May her soul rest in peace.


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harles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, known in showbiz as Shatta Wale, has admonished fellow musicians to desist from visiting spiritualists, because he had visited lots of spiritualists but they couldn’t help him.

Speaking to Christian Agyei Frimpong, host of Anigye Mmre an entertainment talk show on Accra-based Onua 95.1 FM the musician was emphatic:
“We are from Africa, we have lots of ‘juju’ here, If you are an artiste and you think ‘Juju’ can give you a hit, you are deceiving yourself. God needs your patience, your heart, you need to endure pain, God is bigger than everything and I believe God has made me who I am today”.
Shatta Wale further revealed, “I have visited lots of mallams, let me say 10 million of them, they couldn’t do what I needed from them. You have no idea the things I was searching in this world but it took the intervention of God who showed me the right way.”
The self-acclaimed dancehall king further stated that “Everything shall pass away but the word of God will still remain; in life you have to believe the maker, I know who I am, people don’t know their identity that’s why they fail in life.
“When I’m talking, I talk with confidence, I don’t talk with fear, I don’t talk nonsense, I talk straight forward, some people think I talk nonsense, I know when they realized it’s God that is working for me, they will come to me and those people are going to be baptized with Shatta movement because Shatta movement is of God”.

Source: 3news

 



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hanaian actress Lydia Forson took to her Instagram page to share an intimate aspect of her life on how she got rejected for a movie role just because of her body size.

According to the actress, a movie producer rejected her from playing a movie role not because she didn’t have the qualities to play that role but because the producer felt she didn’t fit his idea of what a beautiful woman looks like.
She further disclosed that her big ass and tits that the producer rejected for not being compatible with his idea of what a beautiful woman won her six awards – Africa Movie Academy Award, Africa Int. Film Festival Award, Ghana Movie Award, Super Woman Award, City People Award, Fashion Icon Award

“Africa. I was rejected NOT because I wasn’t good enough for the role, but because I didn’t fit into the producers’ idea of what a ‘beautiful’ woman looks like. (mind you I know I’m fcking hot) But guess what?”
“This big ass and tits won me an Africa Movie Academy Award, Africa Int. Film Festival Award, Ghana Movie Award, Super Woman Award, City People Award, Fashion Icon Award”, the actress posted on her Instagram page.
Lydia Forson is an award-winning Ghanaian actress, writer, and producer. In 2010 she won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Africa. I was rejected NOT because I wasn't good enough for the role, but because I didn't fit into the producers idea of what a 'beautiful' woman looks like. (mind you I know I'm fcking 🔥) But guess what? This big ass and tits won me an AFRICA MOVIE ACADEMY AWARD, AFRICA INT. FILM FESTIVAL AWARD, GHANA MOVIE AWARD, SUPER WOMAN AWARD, CITY PEOPLE AWARD, FASHION ICON AWARD and a Your Father is drooling over me MEGA AWARD. . . It's ok if I'm not your cup of tea; just know you're not my kettle of hot water for my tea either. ☕️ . . I don't have a problem with my body, you do; so go and FIX your problem.❤️#bodypositive #yourmanstillwantsme #evenyourdaddywantsme #imightjustdateyourdaddytopissyouoff #dontfeelsorryforme #feelsorryforthosepeople #imgood #imsomeonesTASTE😂#toeachtheirown . . . UPDATE: I see a lot of people trying to tell me how to feel and react to a situation they've never been a part of, first of all I ONLY posted a part of a correspondence,and not what had transpired prior. As a professional actress I'm well aware that I have to look a part for certain movies which is why we sometimes audition. So it's really ok if I'm rejected because I'm not what the producer is looking for. But this role didn't require any of that, also I was already given the role without auditioning because of my body of work; so negotiations were made, and we were ready to start filming. Last minute someone decided to go against everyone because he didn't think my body size was going to be attractive enough for how sexy, beautiful and romantic the movie was going to be. And please don't cry for me, I'm really ok. Life and God have been so good to me.❤️
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umawood Actress, Kyeiwaa after suffering a heartbreak when her marriage lasted for just a day relocated to the United States of America and has since not visited Ghana.

The actress seems to have retired from the movie business since its been years since she was seen on the screens.
Well, her colleague, Tracey Boakye who is on a tour of America and Europe caught up with Kyeiwaa who is looking like a sixteen-year-old.
Kyeiwaa is looking gorgeous and will be the toast of any man who will set eyes on her.



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ighlife musician George Adu, popularly known as Kwabena Kwabena, successfully launched his fifth album, ‘Ahyesi’ at the +233 Jazz Bar on November, 30.

Prior to the successful launch, however, eyewitnesses say the musician’s ex-wife, Lydia Appenteng, who others refer to as Abena Owusua Dwamena, stormed the venue to subpoena her ex in the company of police officials.
According to sources, Abena Owusua claims all efforts to serve the highlife musician has proved futile hence her last resort was to show up at the album launch.
This notwithstanding, Kwabena Kwabena and team weathered the storm and pulled an impressive launch.
Budding star Asantewaa, Manifest, Ofori Amponsah took turns to thrill patrons at the event.
Radio presenter Abeiku Aggrey Santana and actress Nana Ama McBrown who spearheaded the ceremony also gave it a pinch of humour.
A representative from the United Nation Youth Television, Kennedy Katey conferred an ambassadorial role on Kwabena Kwabena on behalf of organisation.
Watch the video below for more:



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igerian internet personality, Idris Olanrewaju, otherwise known as Bobrisky, has accused his gateman, one Jacob of trying to sell him out for two million Naira (about $5540).

Bobrisky on Monday took to his Snapchat handle to call out Jacob, accusing him of trying to sell him to his haters.
The cross dresser also said that his gateman lied that his father was ill.
He said that he gave Jacob the sum of N65,000 to go and take care of his sick father only for him to find out that he was staying with his friend in Lagos.
“I don’t want to hear anything about Jacob anymore pls guys Jacob wasn’t sick it was a planned game but it’s fine….If you want to help him like some people claim to give him 2million go ahead. I wish you all the best of luck. Jacob told me his father was sick that they are cutting his father’s leg…. I gave him 60,000 and also paid for his fare to go home and see his father only for me to find out that he is in Lagos in his friend’s house.
“People think they want to use Jacob to get info, he knows nothing about me. They ask him to tell people I am owing him four months salaries. Have you guys forgotten so soon how I showed you guys here when I’m paying him.
“No some people said they will give him 2million, they used Jacob against me. I’m too classy for that; anyone of you here are free to help. At least, I did the little I can and God will reward me.”

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 eteran Nollywood actress, Joke Silva-Jacobs, has revealed she was an adopted child of the Silva Family. According to the screen goddess, she was adopted decades ago from a foster home run by the Red Cross in Lagos.

Joke Silva, now 56, made this family secret known in Lagos at the first Annual Conference of Heritage Adoption Support and Advocacy Group (HASAAG).
The beautiful and talented actress’ adopted parents were the late Chief E.A Silva, a reputable lawyer, the then Babajiro of Lagos and his wife, late Dr Abimbola Silva, a pioneering female doctor, who died in July 2015.
Joke narrated: “Everybody would be calling me whenever my adopted mum (Dr. Silva) came with cakes and a lot of things during her visit. I went to YWCA Nursery, which was not too far from the Silva’s home in Yaba. I also have memories of moving in with them when they moved to Glover Road in Ikoyi.
“I remember reading newspapers to my Dad in our sitting room and pronouncing Brig-General Aguyi Ironsi, the then Nigeria Head Of State, Agolo Iresi! My father could not stop laughing at my hilarious interpretation of the newspaper.
“Also I remember making them proud, when performing at St. Saviour School. My parents would be standing and were congratulated by other parent too for my acting skills. My parents were so excited that this child was incredibly talented.
“I have memories of going to Holy Child College Lagos because my parents insisted on me going to Holy Child because that is where Julie Coker, Pearce Olusola and Ibidun Allison went and they believed with all my performing talent skills, that is the kind of school I should go to too.
“I remembered going out with my cousin and we met a big cousin She introduced me as ‘my cousin’s daughter and this is Dr Silva’s daughter.’ Then, the older cousin was like, ‘Dr. Silva ke? Se Doctor Silva bimo ni? (meaning does Dr. Silva have a child?) . Did Dr Silva ever has a child?’
“I was so confused and when I got home I told my mum, ‘I met this lady that says you never had a child.’ My mum froze and she said, ‘don’t mind them, they are used to rubbish talk.’
“But I got to know years later when I wanted to travel and was looking for my passport where my mum kept it. Since she was not around, I opened the box in her absence and I saw my adoption papers. I never discussed it with my mum because I felt it was something that would hurt her, that was why, it was kept secret from me.”
“Even in their wills, I was well protected. My Daddy being a lawyer said in his will that all his children, both adopted and biological, should be treated equally. I was not stressed in anyway. We were all well taken care of till my mum died at the age of 89. At 56, I still miss her but I know she has definitely gone back to her father.
“On her sick bed I always sang her favourite tunes, she would be imputing the melodious tunes and she died singing to her Lord. She had prepared her family before my coming into her life because I had an incredible big Silva family.
“I have a very big family I am the first daughter, I carried the responsibility of a first daughter. Everybody in my family cannot take any decision until sister Joke has come. I can’t call my parents adopted parents. They are my parents.”


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ontroversial dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale has allegedly rewarded his bodyguard, Biggie Sparta after assaulting him at the 2017 edition of the S-Concert held at Accra Sports Stadium.

The ‘Ayoo’ hitmaker slapped his bodyguard for allowing a fan to climb the podium during his performance at the event.
A day after the incident, his bodyguard and Shatta Wale through a Live Facebook video confessed everything was staged.
But according to most of the fans, they can hardly believe the slap was just a publicity stunt.
However, Shatta Wale, after the shameful act gifted the bodyguard with a brand new sports motorbike.
See the video below:



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umawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah, also known as Lilwin was the leader of a team of Kumawood stars that went to Manhyia to mourn the late Asantehemaa, Nana Serwaa Ampem Kobi II.

The team was at the Manhyia Palace to commiserate with the Asantehene, Otumfou Osei Tutu II.
Lilwin who was the leader of the team introduced the other Kumawood actors in turns.

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rodigal, a member of VVIP, has said with authority that the group will never perform on the same platform with dancehall artiste Shatta Wale.

Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM on Monday, the rapper said he is really disgusted at the artiste’s recent utterances and outburst hence he doesn’t see his group sharing a stage with him.
At a recent event at Accra Sports Stadium dubbed: ‘S Concert’ Shatta Wale labeled some top Ghanaian musicians ‘broke’ and hence their inability to boast of cars and houses during and after the peak of their careers.
That incident, linked with Shatta Wale’s recent brawl with some Nigerian artistes, firing a gun in the air and also slapping a bodyguard on stage, has forced Prodigal to render Shatta Wale a bipolar musician.
Reacting to this, Prodigal swore that, “Me and my crew, we will never ever be on any show Shatta Wale is on. Whether they are paying us billions or whatever unless the guy change his attitude and the vibe is right.”
The rapper further noted that “They need to pray for Shatta Wale. They are using him to get to other people. There is no way on earth that I will hate him. I respect him, I don’t like his ways now. He is moving in the wrong direction. He is a talented musician and breadwinner…,” he said.
He advised the SM fans not to “just follow him and say for life. All the negativity must be stopped; they need to wash their brain. Togetherness is the key. No one should give Shatta Wale the chance to go on stage and disrespect others…”
Nevertheless, the member of VVIP concluded that “Shatta Wale is my fellow musician and I will always wish him well and respect him.”


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opular Ghanaian actor and staunch supporter of the opposition NDC party, Clement Bonney popularly known as Mr. Beautiful has opened up on why he no longer features in Kumawood movies.

It can be recalled that for the love of politics, Mr Beautiful abandoned his movie craft entirely, devoting his time and resources to backing former President John Mahama in his quest for a second term in government.
Unfortunately, former president Mahama lost the election, rendering the actor with no option than to declare his intention to go back to the industry that made him popular.
Interestingly, the actor had been boycotted by the movie producers because of his open campaign for the ex-President, especially in the stronghold of the then opposition – Ashanti Region; where Kumawood reigned.
The producers indicated that he was no longer a selling force in the Kumawood sector because the region had lost interest in him.
But speaking on the ‘Delay Show’, Mr Beautiful, opening folders on why he hasn’t been in the limelight for over two years said ‘It is language that has sided me. It is never about politics’.
He explained that ‘the Kumawood producers wanted me to speak Asante Twi and I said no. I will stick to speaking Fante.’
Adding to the matter, Mr beautiful indicated that ‘the producer in-charge of writing subtitles for Kumawood movies also confirmed he couldn’t understand the Fante language’ reason he backed out of the industry.
According to Mr Beautiful, he believes Kumawood is dead and the producers are to be held responsible.
“Where are the local movies now? The cameramen can advise producers and they won’t listen. The excitement in the movie industry is dead. Some of them are just tomato sellers and they migrated into the movie industry…” he said.
Nevertheless, asked if he had retired from the movie industry, he said: “My happiness is the camera. I am learning wisdom. I don’t want to just act. I don’t want to continue as just an actor. I have lots of scripts. I want to do lots of things before I come out. I have not retired from shooting movies! How can I retire?” he queried.


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ackie Aygemang Appiah is one of the bold faces in the Ghanaian and Nigerian film industries where she has made a name in her career of over a decade.

Her thousands of fans have taken to her social media page to celebrate her 34 years on the earth surface with them. She took some beautiful photos to mark the special day.
The Canadian-born Ghanaian actress has received several awards and nominations, including the awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2010 Africa Movie Academy Awards; and Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2007.
She received two nominations for Best Actress in a Leading Role and Best Upcoming Actress at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2008.

 Appiah was already known to Nollywood through her many successful Ghanaian films including Beyoncé – The President Daughter, Princess Tyra, Passion of the Soul, Pretty Queen, The Prince’s Bride, The King is Mine and The Perfect Picture.
Her notable Nollywood films include Black Soul and Bitter Blessing, alongside Nollywood actor Ramsey Noah and My Last Wedding, alongside Nollywood actor Emeka Ike.
In 2013, she won the Best International Actress award at the Papyrus Magazine Screen Actors Awards (PAMSAA) 2013 which was held in Abuja


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hanaian Actress, Nana Ama McBrown, known for numerous roles in Kumawood movies has advised the youth to set their goals to remain focused on it and not hurdle over the challenges which come their way.

 Nana Ama who has become a household name recounted a few challenges she faced before becoming the renowned actress.
She revealed during this year’s edition of ‘Tek Talk’ at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) that’s she was paid GH¢40 for her role in a movie.
“Initially the made me a costumer which I thought was an easy job but I was disappointed. I could iron two maxi bags of clothes and do other stressful jobs but this did not deter me from pursuing my dream of becoming an actress. When later I was featured in a movie dubbed “Kae Dabi” I was paid only GH¢40,” she said.
According to her, the passion for acting drove her and made her persevere amidst the challenges she faced.
“Some of my colleagues gave up and quit but I persevered and that has made me what I am today. I am therefore urging you to be mindful that all is not rosy on the road to achieving your dreams,” she advised


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rodigal, a member of music trio, VVIP has urged fans of controversial dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah to go on their knees and pray for him.



At a recent event at Accra Sports Stadium dubbed: ‘S Concert’ Shatta Wale labeled some top Ghanaian musicians ‘broke’ and hence their inability to boast of cars and houses during and after the peak of their careers.
“People envy me because of the truth. You see VVIP, Tic Tac, Lord Kenya, Obrafour them. Have you ever heard they bought house, cars…?,” Wale queried.
Reacting to this on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM on Monday, Prodigal said he believes some faceless people are using Shatta Wale to cause such outbursts in the entertainment industry.
He stressed that Shatta Wale is suffering from a ‘mental problem, bipolar or a spiritual illness.’
The musician further maintained that, even though he had played key roles in Shatta Wale’s career, he will never hate but love him.
“They need to pray for Shatta Wale. They are using him to get to other people. There is no way on earth that I will hate him. I respect him, I don’t like his ways now. He is moving in the wrong direction. He is a talented musician and breadwinner…,” he said.
Prodigal called on the industry players to unite and urged various event organizers to respect other musicians’ brand.


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adam Akua Donkor, the founder and leader of Ghana Freedom Party (GFP) says indecency among Ghanaian ladies today have eventually turned them into ‘tigers’ especially, those noted for skin bleaching.

According to her, it is very important for African women to maintain their natural beauty God has given them and not to copy wrongly with the view of looking like the whites.
“God would be excited if women appreciate what they have”. She said
“In the past, other race even appreciated the hairdo of Africans. Women hair was very beautiful and appreciable, but today, they all want to be like the Europeans. How can it be possible? She quizzed.
She also descended on women who have make skin bleaching their habit and condemned the act. “It doesn’t please God”. She cautioned.
Most ladies have taken to artificial nails as fashion and it is one of the commonest modes of dressing in Ghana but Madam Akua Donkor has condemned the act saying ladies must stop it.
“Most ladies of today wear fake nails as if they are ‘tigers’. Human beings have turned into tigers”.
According to her, young ladies of today are finding it difficult to marry because of how they dress in the society, adding that, men are now afraid of them, “They must change”. She added


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iggie Sparta, the bodyguard, who got slapped by Shatta Wale, has finally spoken about the slap he received from the SM Boss during the S Concert.

According to Biggie Sparta, people will not understand the love he has for Shatta Wale and that even if he slaps him severally, he will continue to be loyal to Shatta Wale.
He indicated that he will be with Shatta Wale until his life is over adding, he will never sell out his boss. According to him “if Shatta Wale has slapped me is it your ears?”.


He indicated that it was just a stunt to give bloggers and the entire country something to talk about and they have achieved their aim.
Shatta Wale slapped Biggie Sparta while he was performing on the S Concert stage on Friday. The incident generated loads of discussions with people calling for an apology from Shatta Wale.



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ohn Dumelo shared a photo of himself buying banku from a local chop bar on Instagram. The picture sparked discussions on social media with people showering praises on him.

But Kwame A Plus believes that the act was just for political games and not because John Dumelo wanted to eat from the eatery.

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He said John Dumelo should just be real and stop being fake adding that the masses love real people and not individuals who live fake lives.

He said “When people start getting political ambitions….. Ghana politics, sakawa nkoaa!!! My brother, this trick di3 Oko Vandapuye spoil am ooo. Just be you. When you are real, people will love you for who you are and will even make you president of Ghana. E no hair braiding, banku turning and chop bar chopping.
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e all know Ghana actress Nikki Samonas to have a cute and beautiful slim figure who always loves to be in hot bikinis.


However, the actress who was speaking to Zionfelix in an interview indicated she would love to have big breasts and buttocks just like her mom.
According to the actress, at times she envies the way her mom’s breasts and buttocks are big but because of her father’s dominant genes, she has a slim figure.
Zionfelix then asked her “if she has ever thought of getting breast and buttock implants just to make hers big like her mom?”
“No, I have not. Moreover, my mom’s big breasts and buttocks came after she gave birth to me. So I also believe after I give birth I will also get my big breasts and buttocks” the actress responded.
Nikoletta Samoas which is her full name is born to a Greek father and Ghanaian mother. She became very popular after the movie entitled “My First Wife” with famous Nigerian actor Jim Iyke.

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