Since early hours of Monday, December 26, Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has been making headlines for filling the 40,000 capacity of the Accra Sports Stadium which held the second edition of Freedom Wave Concert on Christmas Day.
Well-known Ho-based musician, Anthony Komla Dagbey, better known as Tony D, is one of an international pool of musicians set to perform at this year’s cross-over service on December 31 at the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG), a non-denominational evangelical church in Malawi.
The 1000 Laughs series have become part of the most expected events on Ghana’s entertainment calendar and has been delivering a good blend of stand-up comedy and music to a largely urbane audience for the past 17 years.
Most musicians are organising their own concerts during the festive season and one of them is Highlife act Kwasiey Pee as he hosts Kwaisey Pee and Friends concert at the Gold Coast Bar and Restaurant, Accra on Monday December 26.
He has undoubtedly made it to the top of the music ladder and so it was not surprising the high expectations many had when Black Sheriff announced his first headlined show in the last quarter of the year.
Popular Afro-Caribbean artiste, Chantman, asserts that despite the current successes of the music industry, its players must prioritise musicians who promote Ghana’s cultural values through their work.
Thirty years ago was the last time anyone saw the Lumba Brothers made up of Highlife icons Nana Acheampong and Daddy Lumba perform on one stage and there is no doubt many would want to see that happen again.
One of Ghana's top hotels, La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, has released its events for the festive period; from Christmas to the new year 2023. The list of events comprises occasions for children, the family and the vibrant youth.
Unlike most musicians who go to the studio with the aim of dropping a hit song, Highlife musician Kumi Guitar always sets out to do good songs, and if they turn out to be very popular, thanks be to God.