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Event Organisers Should Stop Making A Fool Of Us And Pay For Our Services – Tris Ney

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Ghanaian hip-pop/Rap underground artist Kwesi Agyei Koranteng Kitiwa known in showbiz as Tris Ney the CEO of Phenomenal Kings Empire based in Tema New town poured his heart out on his new post on Facebook.

The hip-pop artist said event organisers fail to pay for their services whenever they are been put on a show with the excuse that they( the event organisers) are promoting them.

The rapper in his post said beat makers refuse to give them free beat neither do they get a beat on credit,they pay bloggers and radio stations for promotions too.He added that video shoots are not for free either.

He also mentioned that as we entering 2019, event organisers should at least pay thema penny to boost their morale for the job.

 

Source: Rebecca Edzie

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Worlasi readies “WorlaFest 2020”

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WorlaFest 2020
This year marks the third edition of WORLAFEST; Festival Of Arts & Music, (WORLAFEST) an annual all day music and arts event held in Accra-Ghana. The name itself “Worla” means “the creator”. The festival is also an extension of the artistic face of Ghanaian musician Worlasi, who doubles as a painter & animator.
Born and raised as Worlasi Langani in Agbozume in the Volta region of Ghana is a musician and a painter. His abilities cut across music and figure painting.  Worlasi’s interest in music started while listening to radio, and sampling the beats of songs he felt didn’t quite meet high standards. His inspiration to do music comes from personal experiences and what goes on around him, which he translates into instrumentals and then to words.
He’ll be performing new songs from his upcoming album.
The festival will kick off at 7pm to 10pm, scheduled on 7th November, 2020 at Alliance Francaise.
Rate is a cool Gh¢100

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Ghana youth in joy as they are set to watch the movie “ECSTASY” for free

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The Best Educative Film at TIFF 20202 INDIA (TAGORE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL) is set to be released for the first time in Ghana after its first Premiere in Hollywood California, January 24th, touring over 8 countries. Globally recognized and awarded Ghanaian Health Company, Capital O2 Natural Health Company has signed to sponsor the Nation Tour of The Movie free for the youth, with one message, (BURY THE DRUGS BEFORE THEY BURY YOU). The Natural Health Company together with filmmaker Samuel Bravo believes 70% of his audience are on the streets and may not be capable of affording to buy tickets for the premiere, therefore together, they are taking the movie to them for free. Observing all Covid-19 Protocols, the Filmmaker and his team is looking at an OPEN AIR CINEMA RELEASE with a VVIP session for sponsors and Celebrities coming through on the night, The film written and Produced by Award winning Ghanaian filmmaker Samuel Bravo, was brought to a halt as the Country was hit by Covid-19 earlier this year, the movie which was scheduled to be premiered on the 28th March is now set to be released on the 28th of November 2020 in Koforidua, before the tour bus travel to all the other Regions. The Ghanaian youth have taken to Social media to laud the news, saying they can’t wait for the Tour bus to land in their Region. The Educative movie on Drug Abuse and Addiction as we understand will be screened across all the regions for free, Powered by EMPOWERMENT WORSHIP CENTRE. The filmmaker is happy to collaborate with Sponsors and Event Organizers, NGOs and Governmental Bodies to push the film to the Millions of youth all over the Nation. you can contact the team on [email protected] OR CALL 0540942408

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Family of highlife artiste Kofi B announces date for his burial

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The Late Kofi B, highlife artist

The family of highlife artiste Kofi B has announced November 6-8 as the days for the final funeral rites of the musician.

An uncle to the late musician known as Mr Kwame Addo who spoke on behalf of the family in an interview warned that they wouldn’t take it lightly on anyone who wants to take advantage of the funeral.

According to him, the family of Kofi B has not instructed or directed anyone to sell T-shirts or anything branded with their son images hence anyone having plans of doing a thing like that should stop.

Mr Addo explained that this was yet a warning and anyone who fails to listen to them and go-ahead to sell such things would be dealt according to the law.

Kofi B’s Uncle in this interview announced that the final funeral rites of Kofi B will be held at Asante Akyem Agogo on November 7, 2020.

Thanksgiving service will follow on Sunday, November 8 at the Presby Park in his hometown, Asante Akyem Agogo.

Kofi Boakye Yiadom (died February 2, 2020), known by his stage name Kofi B, was a Ghanaian highlife musician. He was known for songs such as “Mmbrowa”, “Bantama Kofi Boakye” and “Koforidua Flowers”, among others. He was inspired by the likes of Amakye Dede, Kojo Antwi and Ofori Amponsah.

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