Last Tuesday, Showbiz reporter, BAABA CRENTSIL, went to town with a list of top 21 songs of 2013 and randomly asked song enthusiasts to tell which one song, in their opinion, should NOT be considered for a Ghana Music Award.
Angelique Kidjo, the Benin born, Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter is gearing up for an incredible 2014. She's preparing for the release of Eve, a vibrant new collection of songs dedicated to the power of African womanhood.
The 2014 Golden Globe Awards will be broadcast live today January 13 at 1am and repeated later today at 8:30 pm on DSTV channel 101. Actresses Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will be hosting the 71st Golden Globe Awards, the second year in a row.
Since dancehall artiste Shatta Wale ate back his insults and rendered an apology to Charterhouse at the Ghana Rocks concert last month, many music enthusiasts have been whispering that perhaps there is more to the Shatta Wale apology than meets the eye.
He turned 78 last Tuesday, January 7 and there were congratulatory messages from all over the world praising guitarist, composer, arranger and teacher Ebo Taylor for being in the forefront now in the promotion of contemporary popular music from Africa and around the globe.
A friend’s boyfriend almost called their relation quits because he couldn’t trust that she wasn’t spending the night in another man’s house; that her cell phone wasn’t in the custody of another man; and that she indeed was a good Christian. The cause?
The chiefs, elders and people of the Mamfe Traditional Area in the Eastern Region are set for their annual Ohum festival and a big musical event has been planned for Friday, January 17 as part of the festivities.
Some people speak in tongues as proof of having become ‘born again’, but for the brothers, Evangelist Kwame Yeboah Tabiri and Businessman Ashton Oppong Tabiri, their expression of transformation has been through singing - gospel songs that is.
Very few drummers in the world now arouse as much attention whenever they perform, as Tony Oladipo Allen and the man of Nigerian and Ghanaian descent will bring his masterful playing to the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill in Accra tonight, January 9.
Highlife music is a genre that is perceived to appeal to the older generation of musicians, however, some young artistes like Kwabena Kwabena and Kwaisey Pee have helped to lend it a vibrant tune loved not just by the older folks but the youth as well.
Not many artistes would love to talk about the struggles and challenges they encounter in their quest to hit mainstream music. But for up and coming Tema based hiplife artiste, Odu Zegidon, it is important for one to tell his or her story to encourage others.