The National Democratic Congress (NDC) Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram constituency, Mr Sam George, has called on the government to implement the United Nations (UN) conventions on the statelessness of refugees in the country.
A Lecturer at the faculty of Information Technology and Communications Studies at the University of Professional Studies-Accra (UPSA), Mr Charles Nii Ayiku Ayiku, has urged Ghanaian musicians to invest in websites and stop the over reliance on social media to promote their works.
There is no doubting the role Ga rapper, Tinny has played in the music industry but he feels there is too much disrespect from the new crop of artistes and he vents his frustration on a new track titled Goway You There featuring Apaatse.
Music has always been used as a tool for social change and on Saturday, November 25, some big names in music will gather at the Tema Sports Stadium for a concert that will draw attention to drug abuse.
Dubbed, Untamed Energy, the concert will feature the likes of Keche, Stay Jay, D Cryme, Eno Barony, Choirmaster, Edem and several more.
Hiphop artiste, D Black is really ready for Christmas and it will be a good one for him as his latest single, Julie which features highlife artiste, Bisa Kdei is set to be a staple for the festivities.
Julie, released three weeks ago, is a single off his untitled fourth album which is yet to be released and has been hyped as the official Christmas anthem.
What is it about Reggae music that has got Pink FM's Conscious Queen so hooked?
Since she started hosting reggae programme, Rasta Jet, six years ago, Conscious Queen has not missed even a day at work nor has she gone on leave and she explains that her passion for Reggae is the reason.
She has travelled the world with her enchanting Afrobeats music and her fans and many more will once again see what makes Noella Wiyaala such a world-beater when she performs on Friday, November 10 at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra.
It is the dream of every new artiste to have a breakthrough song but try as highlife artiste, Haruna Mohammed Buhari has, he has failed.
And he is blaming DJs for the misfortunes of upcoming artistes like himself. He tells Showbiz that all the effort he has put in his works have been unsuccessful because DJs don’t appreciate good music.