IF there is any word to describe Malian music legend, Salif Keita, at the Stanbic Jazz Festival last Saturday, March 2, at the Fantasy Dome, it will be ‘spectacular’. Was it because he brought his 40-year career to an end?
IN recent times, celebrities and other social media influencers have been criticised for putting pressure on young people with the kind of lifestyles they portray, forcing them to engage in bad things but actress, Moesha Bodoung, says it is wrong for anyone to feel the need to match up to them.
ALTHOUGH he has been missing in action and would need a big song for his comeback like Tic did with his Kwani Kwani remix which featured Kuami Eugene, Hiplife artiste, Okomfo Kwadee, says he won't be collaborating with the new crop of musicians because he is still the best.
THE party with UB40 on the first day of the 2019 Stanbic Ghana Jazz Festival started almost at midnight with the If It Happens Again I’m Leaving song and the crowd was immediately sucked into the band’s infectious music for the next hour.
THERE is a perception that being in a music group translates into enhanced creativity because all the members bring their ideas to bear on a project but the leader of Hiplife group, 4X4, Captain Planet, says that is not entirely the case.
THIS year’s edition of Flaunt Your Lover, which came off on Saturday, February 23 at Pearly Gates located at East Legon in Accra, was made extra special for patrons by the celebrities who showed up to support.
Award-winning Cameroonian bassist, Richard Bona, who is in Ghana ahead of the 2019 Stanbic Jazz Festival, scheduled to take place from February 28 to March 2, says he is ready for a collaboration with Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy.
PATRONS who thronged the National Theatre from Thursday, February 21 to Saturday, February 23 to watch the play, Araminta! Harriet Tubman Lives had an enlightening experience reliving the experience of the slave woman whose name is etched in American history.
BRAGGING is part of the rap game so it is not surprising when rappers do that but the latest claim by Hiplife artiste, Okomfo Kwadee might be hotly contested. According to the Ye Ko Mmaa P3 artiste, he is more popular than Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy and Sarkodie.