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George Quaye don’t deserve that position – Praye

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Music group Praye after realising they weren’t nominated in the 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards showed their disappointment by publicly saying the award scheme is fake.

Communication director for Charterhouse George Quaye after hearing this angrily replied the music group saying the music they released after their comeback is noisy and doesn’t deserve to be nominated.

The music group Praye when hosted by Larry Bozzlz at Tv Africa made it known that George Quaye doesn’t deserve to be part of the board which analyse and nominate the songs that deserves the slot.

“We eat and drink music, that’s what we do for a living. There are people still on that board who are accountants, they don’t even listen to songs, they don’t have any idea on which songs are trending. They need to set a new board, there should be reshuffling yearly. George Quaye attacked our brand and music, what does he know about music that he’s been put on the board. He doesn’t deserve to be there, he doesn’t understand music. He’s very good at marketing, so i think he should just concentrate on that”.

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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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Roy X Taylor set to release remix of “Awomlege” On 1st November 2020

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Coming off as a surprise from a member of the nkubus executive production and the son of highlife  legend Ebo Taylor,Derow Ekow Taylor known as Roy X Taylor, has announced his intentions to release remix “Awomlege” . Though details of the remake are yet to made available for public consumption, it is believed that the project will generate or expand his fan base and further establish his status as a musician.

Having a remix of the song created can also make the inspirational jam more accessible to the broader public. And if there is a possible changing of the genre then he is opening up to a brand new market of listeners.
“Awomlege” is a dance originated from the coast and mainly done by the fancy dress group in saltpond. this song is mainly to introduce the dance to the world at large.

Meanwhile, with production credit given to DDT, Roy X Taylor, switches style as he serves music consumers with this fast-tempo banger for your listening pleasure.

Until then enjoy “Bokor” from Roy X Taylor

https://music.apple.com/us/album/bokor-single/1520276131?uo=4&app=itunes&at=1001lry3&ct=dashboard

https://www.deezer.com/en/album/156785092

https://www.shazam.com/track/527323664/bokor

https://audiomack.com/roy-x-taylor/song/bokor

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

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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:

Source: Ghanaweekend.com

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