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The East side Stereotypes, Story of Eastern Region Showbiz – Mixtic Writes

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Where lies the crossroads between Media and Music? At what point is music really relevant to Media and Vice versa?Well this is an observational article which is has no direct target or any form of personality witch hunting, this is an article written to address some critical issues in showbiz and players of the game specifically in the eastern region of our motherland Ghana.

Very often, i see lots of media personnel which include DJs, Promoters, Bloggers and Publicists debating and arguing about who is the best among the rest, Seriously! the focus should be about how each of such individuals can use their status to help develop talents and events designed to help build the capacity of talents in the region. For instance eastern region media excellence awards was faced with lots of issues about nomination of who the best promoter or who the best blogger is? does it really matter who wins the honor or who deserved to be nominated, in my opinion what matters is how the individuals nominated can use their recognition whether as winners of the award or as competitors to help in the development of showbiz in the region.

What really Matter? is it who the biggest musician is or who the best media personality is or both? Do you know having the best musicians in the region competing all the other musicians in the Nation would be a great honor to the media personnel of the region? Let say Western region’s efforts to put artistes like Kofi Kinaata and Ayesem in the Limelight goes all the way to give credit to the media people who are helping these artistes to be supertars? How difficult would it be if the media in the eastern region give all push to the most appealing artistes like Tee Rhymes, Talanku, Black Syrup, Koo Kyei, Tyra Meek, Real Longation, Blutut Africa, Koo Ntakra and more to become big names like Kofi Kinaata, Edem, Fancy Gadam , Yaa pono, Kidi, Kuami Eugene, King Promise Etc. imagine how pleasant the region would become in terms of magnitude and appeal. This plea not for music only but other creative art areas like arts and fashion with some emphasis on events also.

The East should know that big names headline big shows, remember ”your own is your own, you can’t make that of someone’ yours if it’s not a gift to you” Analyzing this line brings attention to the fact that names like Kuami Eugene always mention Fadama in their songs but the region keeps claiming them as one of them just like the Black stars do to some players born abroad, This ain’t right! Let’s help real Eastern Region based or accept the region to be super stars then we can now call them our own to headline our shows which would help attract sponsorship for our events and more connects abroad because the region would then be branded as the region with such superstars. Remember the Days of Ampadu, Adofo, Kojo Antwi and Dasebre Dwamena then you can see how the Eastern Music has lost its value and essence, the best we can boast of now is Tee rhymes and per my observation Koo Kyei who has a collaboration with one of the biggest artiste in Ghana and the world Stonebwoy.

Friends of the Koforidua media fraternity, i have lots of respect for you, this is a humble letter with a plea of urgency, let’s all join hands to make our eastern region showbiz sweet, sassy and sexy for our future generation to be proud, posterity should not stir us in our faces for something we had control over. Support Eastern music Awards and make it the best regional awards in the nation. The pick and choose my favorite to push attitude must be eradicated now. God bless Eastern Region, God bless our motherland Ghana.

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    LEAK: Blogger UrsTruly Praiz Happens To Be A Blood Cousin To Halfcast Video Vixen Of Krymi’s “So Damn Fine: Screenshots

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    Many are wondering how on earth self acclaimed ” Blogger With Scars” UrsTruly Praiz has been able to keep this good stuff from the media.

    A chat that took place between the blogger and the lady in question indicates these two share a bloodline.

    If readers have watched Krymi’s “Damn so fine” video, it can be observed that the visuals featured a vixen who happens to be a half black lady and upon few findings it has being noted that she is Josie Efua Aka born of a Ghanaian mother and a half British/Nigerian Father.

    Part of the chat that explains the headline shows Josie asking UrsTruly Praiz to share the video link to the rest of the family and this speaks volume.

    View the chat below…

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    STREAM FULL ALBUM: TROPICAL HOUSE CRUISES TO JAMAICA – REGGAE COMPILATION

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    The most anticipated reggae compilation album project by the Contractor Music Group “Tropical House Cruises To Jamaica” is finally available for the public’s consumption.
    The album headlined by Ghanaian reggae and dancehall music icon Shatta Wale was released on 5th June 2020.

     

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    I Prefer The Tea To The Smoke – Dancehall Artist Klarah Kay

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    Ghanaian sensational female artist Klarah Kay in an interview monitored by kobbygossips.com with the host of Raggae 360, Ras Ama on EBN Tv shared her view on the recent happenings in the music industry.

    Klarah Kay who has been in the music industry for the past 11 years when asked her take on the recent beef among her fellow female artists mentioned that she feels it’s an effort to pave way for the female artists since the media isn’t paying much attention to them.

    She applauded Eno for her hardwork, persistence in the music industry and adviced Freda Rhymes never not to disperect her seniors in the industry. Klarah Kay mentioned she is versatile, although she can rap but she feels very good when she does Raggae and Dancehall.

    “The female artists are really putting alot of effort into their craft but are not getting the support, whenever I raise this allegation I get attacks but it’s the truth. I remember when I visited Nigeria, it was crazy how people who noticed me as a musician came around to help me share my CDs without taking a penny from me. Back here in Ghana it’s different, if you don’t have a relationship with them especially DJs you’ll have to pay for the service.”

    The Raggae/Dancehall artist Klarah Kay mentioned that she doesn’t smoke marijuana as people think because of her energy when she’s seen performing but rather takes it as tea. She adviced her fellow artists who have not yet reached their target to never give up and strive forward, put in lot of hardwork and never stop praying.

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