NEW Gospel artiste, Jemima Annor-Yeboah, whose showbiz name is Jayana may be on her way to ‘controversyville’ as well as incurring the displeasure of some of her colleagues with her belief that one does not need to be spiritual to do Gospel music.
ACCUSATIONS of lack of transparency and accountability have dogged the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) for years, and now the spokesperson of the Elections Committee of the union, Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei, known in showbiz as Trigmatic, says the claims are true.
THE Gold Coast Restaurant & Cocktail Bar, which started near the Nyaho Medical Centre at the Airport Residential Area in Accra in April 2015, has moved to a new relocation opposite the Accra Tourist Information Centre (ATIC).
The Ghana Association of Writers (GAW) announces its participation in the Year of Return and PANAFEST/Emancipation celebrations with a historical play, The Prince and the Slave, tomorrow, Tuesday, July 30 at the Centre for National Culture in Cape Coast(CNC).
POET and spoken word artist, Oswald Okaitei, is accusing the management of the National Theatre of the lack of leadership which has led to poor conditions at the venue and is gradually killing the national monument.
IT has become common lately for some female musicians to gain attention and boost their careers by exposing some or a lot of skin, but Dancehall artiste Abrewa Nana is warning such artistes to focus on showing off their talent and not their bodies.
ELEVEN years ago, Hiplife musician Okyeame Kwame decided to shine the light on Hepatitis B, a disease which although deadly, had not been given much attention and there was little to no awareness about it.