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Don’t Wait For The Unheard To Go Nude Or Make Liable Utterances Before You Talk About Us – Tyra Meek Tells The Media



Fast rising Afrobeat music performer Millicent Laweh popularly known as Tyra Meek has made a call to the media to support the upcoming with positive energy and use their domain to promote the work of the unheard and shouldn’t wait for them to go nude or make liable utterances before putting them in the news.

The young songstress had made these utterances to after we have embarked on a program dubbed “The Voice Of The Unheard”.

Speaking to the crew, Tyra Meek has said that, most of the media people do not like playing the unheard acts music on their platforms especially when no A-List artist is featured.

According to her, the unheard acts have better songs with good story line, lyrical content, style, flow and consistency than some A-LIST acts but since they have been tagged “Unheard”, they are always not given the neccersary attention and their works are shunned at most times by the media.

“We have good songs and make songs which are of good lyrical content, style and of good story line but the media do not want to hear us because we’ve been tagged as unheard. The media wont give you the attention if your song do not feature any A-list artiste of our time and thats is very bad.” she said.

As maintained by the “Demon” singer, the trend of which the unheard has to go nude, make unnecessary statements online to grab attention to be in the news is indeed not helping because after going nude today to be in the news, she cant forever go nude to be relevant.

“I might be in the news today because I go naked on social media. Yes people will talk about me, I will be among the trending stories within the week but how am I going to retain this relevancies, should I be going naked everyday to be consistent in the game? No I cant, but if my songs and work get me there, I hope I will be encouraged to do more. I want to say that, the media should help push our work and do not expect us to go the bad way before they start talking about us. They should feed Ghanaians and music lovers with varieties not always the same names and voices we’ve been hearing in the waves.” She added.

Tyra Meek is a young uprising Afrobeat music performer from the eastern region, Somanya to be precised and has to her credit songs like “Demon, Suicide Love, Odo among others to her credit.

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Azigiza-: Ghana didn’t take advantatge of Shatta Wale and Beyonce’s collaboration



Victor Kpakpo Addo popularly known as Reverend Azigiza Jnr has asked the government to find ways of pushing Ghanaian acts onto the international scene.

Speaking on Upside Down on Citi TV, he said Ghana did not take advantage of Shatta Wale’s feature on Beyonce’s ‘The Lion King: The gift’ album.

He said this when he was asked to assess the performance of the current crop of Ghanaian musicians.
“I really love Sarkodie. I have never met him but I think he has got something that even if the Ghana Tourist Board, the musicians union whatever can pick some three, four, five people and find ways of pushing them,” he said.
“I was excited when I saw Shatta Wale and Beyonce. It was good, I saw Stonebwoy and other people. But we can be intentional. For example, what advantage have we taken from Shatta Wale and Beyonce? What have done with it?” he asked.
He further noted that the Ghana Tourism Authority can ride on it, pick this guy and market him to the world.
“Let’s do something on CNN with this guy, inviting them to Ghana. Music is a lifestyle thing so see how you can weave other lifestyle stuff with it,” he said.
He started his Disc Jockey career in 1991 on the radio as a presenter and DJ and hosted programmes such as Joy Fm’s Joy Beach Jam, Video Vibes, Guinness Music for Your Dancing Feet on GTV and the Azigiza show.
Rev. Azigiza enrolled in some Bible schools and since become a minister of the gospel.
Watch the interview below:


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Ezone Networks Introduce FACE OF CENTRAL ’20



Face Of Central Reality Show is a newly introduced social and cultural TV program designed to showcase the true talents hidden in the beauty queens in central region as to how well they know their culture.

Vision & Mission Statement

1. To project the rich culture of Central region and it various towns.
2. To make the coming generations have mentors to look up to.
3. To instill fear and discipline in beauty queens.

1.To make the coming generations have mentors to look up to.
2. To instill fear and discipline in beauty queens.
3. To promote our regional culture.
4. To promote peace and tranquility.

1. Should be a true daughter of central region.
2. Should be fluent in English and any of her central region local language.
3. Should know her culture.
4. Should fall within 18years – 32years
5. Should have a minimum educational background of SHS.

For more information about the program call 0591440365

Sales of Ticket goes for cool ghc50

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Deborah Oduro is a young female entrepreneur from Ghana who is poised to change the world through her entrepreneurial skills. She is a philanthropist, event coordinator, and a marketer as well as an MC amongst others.

She is the founder of Dynamic United Stars Africa Foundation, known as DUSAF, an NGO which seeks to help the needy in society by eradicating poverty in Ghana and beyond through the provision of foods, physical needs, healthcare, and infrastructure. They have over the years helped provide quality education and many more to help improve the lives of citizens of Ghana, Africa, and the world at large.

DUSAF has come a long way and has undergone lots of life-changing projects in light of helping the needy in society. Just this year, DUSAF as part of their efforts to help change lives, feed lots of people on the street during the pandemic (Covid-19), across four major cities in the capital namely MADINA, SPINTEX, TESHIE & NUNGUA. The foundation went on to hold a street campaign on Covid-19 to help create awareness and also educate Ghanaians on how to keep themselves protected from the deadly virus. The foundation is looking forward to holding a peace campaign for the upcoming general election come December 7th.

DUSAF has been acknowledged by several institutions because of the good works it has done and would do to help mother Ghana.

On October 3rd, DUSAF was honored at the maiden edition of the Humanitarian Awards Ghana, for their outstanding performance and good works towards the needy in our society.

Over the weekend, DUSAF was once again honored at Ghana Outstanding Women Awards (Gowa), where our founder Miss Deborah Oduro received an honorary award for the good works done over the years. DUSAF was commended and motivated to do more than it has done over the time past.

Speaking to the founder of the foundation Miss Deborah Oduro, she said The key is not the WILL to WIN, everybody has that. It is the WILL to prepare to WIN that is important.
“The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.” DUSAF always allows our unique awesomeness and positive energy to inspire confidence in others. Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, we always bring out our sunshine. If you want a light to come into your life, you need to stand where it is shining and that’s what DUSAF Ngo stands for. We help the needy shine bright like stars wherever we find ourselves.

Want to use this opportunity to thank God almighty for bestowing on me a great mission to lead my members to impact lives. Both members and our associate partners have been amazing ensuring we go out there and carry out successful projects and am grateful.

Dusaf has and would always stick to its core mandate of changing lives and helping the needy in our society because it’s our duty just like our motto says…..


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