Music has always been one effective channel through which musicians share their stories and experiences and Reggae artiste Nutty Rankin chose no better way to talk about betrayal with his latest single, Suro Nipa.
Anyone who follows Michelle Diamond well known as Shatta Michy would have realised by now that since her split from Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale about two years ago, she has been low key, preferring to do her things on the quiet.
UK-BASED Ghanaian artiste Fuse ODG made a startling claim last week that Ghana is above the Grammys. In an interview with Hitz FM’s Andy Dosty, he stated, “And for the Afrobeats scene, next to Nigeria, Ghana has contributed more than any other country in the world. We have broken records that nobody has ever gotten to. So Ghana to me is way above the Grammys.”
WHILE some people including celebs believe they find solutions to their issues on social media, there are others such as veteran musician Akosua Adjepong who believe it is not the place for one to air their problems.
To say renowned playwright, Uncle Ebo Whyte and his Roverman Productions team always thrill patrons at his plays is an understatement and he did it again on Saturday, September 4, when he hosted his play Devil’s Wife at the National Theatre.
AT the end of Latif Abubakar’s latest play, Something Must Kill a Man, which came off at the Labadi Beach Hotel, many lessons were learnt but the main one patrons took home was that a united front is impossible for any enemy to penetrate.