For the past eight years, hiplife artiste, Okyeame Kwame has been preaching about the essence of love with his annual Flaunt Your Lover campaign which is aimed at promoting love and this year’s event which came off at the Silverbird Cinemas last Friday served the purpose.
The absence of love, the Adonko artiste said has been the root cause of todays’ societal problems which includes corruption.
For many musicians, being celebrated is a morale booster for their careers and that has been the aim of organisers of the Ghana Music Honours which will on Saturday, March 4, honour some deserving artistes at the National Theatre.
The annual honours is part of the celebration of the annual Ghana Music Week which is dedicated to promoting music of Ghanaian origin prior to the Independence anniversary on March 6.
Kofi Kinaata’s song Confession is arguably the talk of town and to get attention for themselves, music group UG360 has done a version of the song. The leader of the group, Nanky, says he sees nothing wrong with doing a cover of the song because Confession is nice and everyone loves it.
The Chief Director of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Arts, Nana Oduro Kwarteng, has called for unity among members of the film industry in the country in order to present a unified front to fight for the improvement of the industry.
The Ghana Actors Guild is supposed to be one of the formidable associations of creative artists in the country, but in the last decade, it has been dogged by a myriad of issues – making it one of the most useless groupings within the industry.
Ghana is set to hold the first International Bridal and Fashion Expo dubbed the House of Suit International Bridal and Fashion Expo, from Friday, April 14, to Monday, April 17, at the Accra City Hotel.
Relationship counsellor, Counsellor Lutterodt, has stressed that he will do everything possible to prevent the marriage between veteran actor, Kofi Adjorlolo and TV host Victoria Lebene Mekpah.
Versatile singer, Yomi Sower, will be in action tonight, February, 18 at the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill, Accra in a show dubbed ‘Young, Gifted and Black: An Evening of Standards, Spirituals and Soul.’
The organisers of the annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), Charterhouse have officially announced that the biggest event in the entertainment calendar will be held on Saturday, April 8, 2017.
Exactly two weeks ago, a new pay television service was launched in Ghana. I remember vividly because it was the day on which Ghana was shellacked by Cameroon at the semifinal of the just ended African Cup of Nations.
It’s the season of love and hiplife artiste Okyeame Kwame hopes to make the Valentine celebration a memorable one with the maiden edition of the “Flaunt Your Lover” conversations/movie night at the Silverbird cinemas, Accra Mall.
Dark Suburb, a band that has been creating waves over the past few years in Ghana and beyond, will on Friday, February 17, launch their The Start Looks Like The End debut album with a concert at the Alliance Française in Accra.
They have been behind the creative aspect of video productions but it seems some artistes aren’t satisfied with the works of video directors.
Members of the Ghana Actors Guild (GAG) from different parts of the country have met at a General Assembly in Accra to deliberate on a variety of issues affecting their profession.
The second edition of the International Kenkey Festival will be held on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Mantse Agbona, James Town in Accra. Kenkey is a staple food in different parts of the country. It is made from partially cooked fermented maize and usually eaten with pepper sauce and fried fish, soup or stew.
He is one of the few men of God who mount the pulpit and use their wayward lifestyles in the past, like smoking Indian hemp, as a case study to effect change among the youth who find themselves in such situations. He is Rev. Yaw Owusu-Ansah, the Accra West Regional Overseer of the Resurrection Power and Living Bread Ministries International.
Perhaps if he had not been an engineer, he would not have ventured into IT either, but what we do know is that he would still have found a place in his heart to always give back to the community in his own small way.
He is Mr Sulemana Abubakar (Abu), the Chief Information Officer of General Electric (GE), Sub-Saharan Africa.
As the 2016 General Election draws close, the First Lady of the Republic of Ghana, Mrs Lordina Dramani Mahama, has appealed to Ghanaians to protect the peace the country is currently enjoying.