I wish to welcome you all to 2014. I got lots of feedback in the Yuletide about this column. I have an opinion but I love to hear the opinions of others too. I’m already excited about those wonderful words. Like the previous year, I will try to write my mind on issues in 2014 but the most important thing is that I will stay as objective as I can.
They came in different shapes, sizes and colours but whichever way you look at it, these lovely ladies rocked their evening wear at the Accra International Conference Centre where the fourth edition of the Ghana Movie Awards took place.
To impress a young lady he met at Abokobi in the Greater Accra Region sometime back, he kept telling her he was a musician and concocted that impromptu song that came out when the lady asked him to prove his assertion.
Though Nana Kweku Osei, better known as Nacy, has for the third time running won the Sound Enginneer of the Year and Producer of the Year honours at the recent Adom FM-organised Ghana Gospel Industry Awards, what really brought joy to him by the end of 2013 was the acquisition of new recording equipment and premises for a second studio.
Dance hall musician, Shatta Wale, and two artistes from Ghana as well as two others from Nigeria last Saturday treated music fans to exciting performances at the Tamale Sports Stadium as part of the first City Invasion Tour organised by NMJ Ghana, an entertainment events firm.
After releasing and making a hit with the song “Wadamfo Pa”, not much was heard of him but now Rev. Prince Nyarko the Psalmist is back with another soul searching worship song titled I rule the world which features Cwesi Oteng.
Happy New Year to all my fans. Thank you for your commitment to this column; thank you for your incessant e-mails which keep flooding my inbox. You make this column rock! Have the best of 2014. I wish for you all the good things you wish for yourself!