IT'S been some months since actress Victoria Lebene got married to Peace FM producer, Eugene Osafo Nkansah and while still basking in the joy of marriage, she has told the Graphic Showbiz that her husband is a a perfect man.
IT was a cheery atmosphere and light-hearted chit chat flowed among art lovers as finger foods and drinks were passed round, with music from a youthful brass band from Cape Coast in the background, when Hacajaka’s ‘Eyes’ exhibition opened last Thursday, November 14, at the Dei Centre in Accra.
TWENTY years ago, when rapper Obrafour released his debut album Pae Mu Ka, he could not have anticipated the huge impact it will make not only on the music industry but young boys who would grow up into artistes of repute.
IN the last few years, the movie industry has suffered some setbacks, including poor patronage of movies, piracy among others, but one major factor that players have lamented about is the influx of telenovelas on our screens and how to make them go away.
WHEN the then Rap Heavyweight Champion, Lord Kenya became born again some nine years ago, many were those who thought it was going to be a nine day’s wonder but nine years down the line and he is still going strong.
ACTRESS Victoria Lebene is no stranger to controversy. In her relatively young career, she has endured her fair share of them: from her relationship with veteran actor Kofi Adjorlolo to her bikini pictures and fake honeymoon pictures.