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Songstress “Queen Haizel” Calls For Unity Among Artistes From The Central Region.

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Fast-rising singer Queen Haizel is entreating all musicians in Central region to come together as one to push central region music forward.

Speaking on Cape Coast-based Okokroko 96.9 FM with Kweku Bee Abrante on Saturday House Fever, the “Ekye” singer revealed no artiste in Central region is better than the others and unity is strength.

“We should find a way to love each other, nobody is better than someone. Everyone has a different craft. We have our unique characteristics and personalities and that makes it even nice. Variety is a spice of life and the sky is big for every star to shine so unity is very important. We have only one or two central region artistes doing magic in Accra but if we are together everyone will get the chance to push forward and it will all be in the name of the region. Everything started from central region so why are we lagging behind. It’s high time we all come together and push this agenda. Unity is strength”.

Queen Haizel who hails from Central region but based in Accra is currently touring her home region with her new single ” Tooli” and the response is very positive.

Watch official video of “Tooli” by Queen Haizel

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My Pointed Nipples Doesn’t Mean Nudity – Euni Melo On Zylofon Fm

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The songstress who was on the Judgement board with Sammy Flex this morning on Zylofon Fm’s Showbiz Agenda morning entertainment show, told the host not to compare her pointed nipples to nudity, her case is because she has tiny breasts which make her not to wear braziers.

As a matter of fact the young songstress was very promising on the show show glimpse of high potentials through her freestyle session and her communication skills.

Euni melo said a lot about herself , her music and her career. Her song mad faya was rated high by strong critic Arnold Alavanyo and asked her to work on her writing skills. Arnold also added that she is a good “Rider” considering how she “ride” the hard juggle riddim produced by Zimbabwean producer Deeler B.

Euni melo is currently a nominee in the reggae dancehall song category in the ongoing Emerging music awards and best new act in the ongoing Gome awards.
She has a new single titled promise ring with visuals on YouTube.

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I Had A Funny Feeling That DopeNation Will Blow The First Time I Met Them -Andy Dosty

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Ace Ghanaian Radio presenter Andy Dosty has added his voice to the millions supporting Popular Ghanaian Twin duo DopeNation.

According to the multi-award winning presenter in an interview on HitzFm with the duo, he revealed ‘ I had a funny feeling they will hit the first time I met then and here we are’.

He further revealed he had to travel to some part of Kumasi to get a copy of their hit song ‘Eish’ and this had happened few months after the duo were nominated for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2018.

DopeNation is a Ghanaian music group, made up twin brothers; Michael Boafo, popularly known as B2 and Tony Boafo, popularly known as twist. The group is signed on singer and rapper E.L’s VO Nation.

They both proud themselves as hitmaker producers and great talented Artist.

Here their new sound out below.

https://soundcloud.com/user-237285701/dopenation-naami-prod-by-mog-kubilive

Source: Kubilive.com

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Bishop Agbey Jnr Of Radio1 Fm Condemns The Comment Of Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko

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The award winning broadcaster Bishop Agbey Jnr, host of Ayekoo Drive on Radio1 FM in the eastern region didn’t hesitate to voice out his displeasure over a Facebook post made by a state-man  Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko concerning our creative art industry.

”Our creative art industry have been in a very hibernated status due to lack of support and funding by authorities who run those institutions, it would be very necessary for Gabby to suggest policies to the president on how the industry can be improved to attract more players in order to help develop people and boost the economy instaed of sampling random movies to condemn on his social media wall like he did. Such acts only calls for tension and cant develop the industry, neither can it improve the industry where funding is very less and players strive to gather logistics to produce the best” Bishop Agbey Said.

He added that, Gabby comparing Ghana to America is a no go zone, because the resources the american government invest into their creative arts is very key to their success story, a fete Ghana has never achieved since dr Kwame Nkrumah was overthrown. Gabby  must begin to rethink about making such posts to discourage our craetive arts players but rather suggest strategies, policies and recommendations which can assist in making our creative art industry a force to reckon with around the world if possible.

Bishop Agbey Jnr is not the only media person or public figure voicing out such displeasure on the matter, actress Yvonne Nelson and actor Adjetey Annan are among the few to also voice out their opinions on the issue which has got lots of Ghanaians wondering if Gabby really know the reality of the sector he is attacking and comparing to the US. Kindly find below an image of his post which has led to this issue being discussed.

 

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