IT’S been a decade since Hiplife artiste, D Cryme, blazed his way onto the music scene with his song, Kill Me Shy. The artiste, who called his music Twi pop, enjoyed a lot of time in the spotlight, which came with its corresponding financial benefits.
MONEY is very important; the Bible even says money answers all things so it is not out of place for one to make it a key factor in their career choices but media practitioner and entrepreneur, Anita Erskine, says the moves she has made over the years have been more for knowledge and not money.
JUST like many young artistes who have great ambitions of reaching higher heights with their careers, Afrobeats artiste, Ages Africa, has envisaged a time when his music will make an impact in Ghana and even cross borders to go international.
THE Chief Executive Officer of Charterhouse, organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), Theresa Ayoade, has disclosed that it has not been easy holding the event for 20 years but she’s glad it’s finally come to stay.