Ghanaian actress, Rosemond Alade Brown aka Akwapem Poloo who is facing an Accra Circuit court over the publication of a nude picture with her seven-year-old son in June last year has been convicted on her own plea by an Accra circuit court.
Vision 1 FM's Kwame OB Nartey has not been shy about expressing his strong views on Gospel artistes collaborating with secular acts and that has created the impression that he has issues with those into secular music.
She has served in various capacities in the creative industry for about two decades and Graphic Showbiz’s Jayne Buckman-Owoo finally got the recognition due her when she was honoured at the Golden Age Creative Arts Awards (GACAA) which came off at the Alisa Hotel in Accra recently.
One of the embattled organisations in the music industry is the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO), which has been bedevilled with constant accusations of mismanagement leading to little or no payment of royalties.
An Accra Circuit Court has fixed April 14 to commence the trial of Rosemond Alade Brown, aka, Akuapem Poloo, an Actress, who allegedly displayed her naked picture together with her son on social media.
Even though organisers of the 3Music Awards have not had it rosy and faced the wrath of critics for perhaps, not living up to standards in their last three editions, the story was different this year with many social media commentators praising them and labelling the event as Ghana’s BET Awards.
In 2019, when actress Emelia Brobbey decided to venture into music with her first single, Fa Me Ko, she faced a lot of ridicule from Ghanaians, with many teasing her for her ‘bad’ voice and asking her to quit.