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In the same way, there is more joy in heaven over one lost sinner who repents and returns to God than over ninety-nine others who are righteous and haven’t strayed away! (Luke 15:7).

Ghanaian songwriter and singer, Michael Kesse Frimpong, with the stage Kesse of TV3’s Mentor, Season Four (4) fame has disclosed his availability for Christ’s direction and use and not in any haste to mount the pulpit to start preaching.

“I am still a virgin in God’s calling so whatever He (God) wants to use me for, I am ready for it,” he said.

Speaking on HitzFm’s entertainment morning show, the one time first runner-up of Project Fame Africa, Season 2 in Nigeria recently disclosed his decision to fully follow Christ Jesus about six (6) months ago after he has stubbornly been running away since in Senior High School.

“It is something which has been there but I’ve been adamant about it. God speaks to us in our dreams, through prophets, through friends or sometimes what you hear but we tend to turn it down since we all don’t want to carry the cross. I received my calling from Senior Secondary School days.

“When the calling comes and you’re adamant about it, you’re given the freedom to do what you like but it will get to a point when you’ve no option than to adhere to God’s calling. I decided to heed to the calling six months ago,” he confessed.

Kesse released his debut studio album The Prodigy in 2012. It was supported by four singles: “The Ugly Truth”, “The More I Cry”, “Superstar” and “Treat Her Royal” featuring Sarkodie.

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10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

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10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

Comedy is believed to connect humans but in recent times, it is tearing us apart to the point that many comedy critiques are asking when comedy became the worst medicine.

Ghanaian comedian OB Amponsah on Saturday night recounts the trauma he went through when he received backlash from elements in the National Democratic Congress – NDC, the largest opposition political party in Ghana.

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Some rank and file in the opposition party, NDC did not take it lightly when the trained Optometrist and comedian made a joke at Decemba 2 Rememba 2019 that the name Mahama (the leader and flagbearer of the NDC) is synonymous to Corruption.

Recounting his experience at his maiden Political Refugee comedy show at the SNAP Cinema inside the Accra Metropolitan Assembly building, OB Amponsah shared with his audience some of the insults hurled at him amidst threats.

READ ALSO: Kwame Dadzie Writes: Top 10 Comedians In Ghana At The Moment

Political Refugee which was hosted by comedian Clemento Suarez had other performing comedians such as Teekay, Jerry Nii oo Nii and musical performances from Efe Keyz, Atta Kay and Kweli the Poet.

Read some of the insults below:

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

10 Insults Hurled at Comedian OB Amponsah After ‘Mahama Corruption’ Joke

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OB Amponsah Promises Fun And Wit At Political Refugee

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With about three (3) days to the much-anticipated comedy show to kick start 2020, comedian OB promises Political Refugee Comedy Show will be fun-filled with wit.

The Political Refugee Comedy Show offers an opportunity for the comedian to break silence on the experiences encountered during the later part of 2019 when he made a joke that was misconstrued to be politically biased.

READ ALSO: Kwame Dadzie Writes: Top 10 Comedians In Ghana At The Moment

OB Amponsah who is also a trained Optometrist mooted Political Refugee, a standup comedy from the media backlash he received after he had made a joke at Decemba 2 Rememba that the name Mahama is synonymous to corruption.

OB Amponsah Promises Fun And Wit At Political Refugee

Speaking to www.asiwomewrites.com on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, he promises patrons to expect a lot of fun and witty content.

“I’m going to break the political ice and make sure everybody else leaves the auditorium satisfied. In the end, we should be able to laugh at ourselves as Ghanaians,” OB Amponsah stated.

Comedians to perform are Teekay, Jerry, Nii oo Nii. There will also be musical performances from Atta Kay, Efe Keyz and Kweli the Poet.

READ ALSO: I Pulled Away From Everyone Because I Was Super Depressed – Mzvee

Political Refugee is scheduled for Saturday, January 18, 2020, at the SNAP Cinema inside the Accra Metropolitan Assembly Building. The rate is GHC 40.00.

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My Artists Are Too Busy To Be Bothered About VGMA And Other Awards – Enock Agyepong

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My Artists Are Too Busy To Be Bothered About VGMA And Other Awards – Enock Agyepong

Mr. Enock Agyepong has disclosed that artists signed under the Speech Production label are more focused on building their brands than to be bothered about VGMA and other awards.

 

When asked by the host, Frimpong Agyei Christian whether his artists will file for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards nominations, he explained that conversations bothering on filling for nominations and any other awards don’t even crop up in their agenda 2020 conversations.

READ ALSO: Many Musicians Are Receiving GHAMRO Royalties They Don’t Deserve – Rex Omar

 

“No, no, no; it is not part of our plans. With the kind of artistes I am working with, it doesn’t even come up in our conversations, seriously!” he stressed.

 

Touted as a hard-hitting convener of the Foundation Of Concerned Arts Professionals – FOCAP, Enock Agyepong on Onua FM indicated that, Kiyo Dee, Pzee Fire, Pablo Hancho and Alli will not be filling for the VGMA or any other awards in 2020.

 

He furthermore disclosed that the signed Speech Productions artists are focused and engaged in improving their crafts and building niche brands than to include awards in their plans for 2020.

READ ALSO: Edem Pledges To Write A Reggae Song For MzVee

 

“They are too busy to be bordered about it. For this year or hoping that next year, they will think about it but now, they just want to concentrate on their craft and their brands,” he stated.

 

However, Kiyo Dee was awarded the Emerging HipHop Artist of the Year at the Emerging Music Awards – EMA in 2019

 

Both Kiyo Dee’s Free Books Sold and Pzee’s Hustle & Hearts albums were number 1 on iTunes charts for weeks in 2019.

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Edem Pledges To Write A Reggae Song For MzVee

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Edem Pledges To Write Another Reggae Song For MzVee

Volta Regime Music Group rapper Edem has pledged his support to write a reggae song for the comeback dancehall musician MzVee.

 

MzVee who has returned to the music scene with a latest bang titled SHERIFF after battling what she referred to as a super depression.

READ ALSO: Many Musicians Are Receiving GHAMRO Royalties They Don’t Deserve – Rex Omar

Edem, in expressing his happiness on Instagram for MzVee’s return to the music scene accentuated that to strength

He also promised to gladly write a song for her whenever she needs a reggae song.

READ ALSO: I Sold Kenkey To Pay For My School Fees – CSP Kofi Sarpong

“Somebody tell @mzveegh that I am happy she is back..If she need another Reggae Joint..I would gladly Write for her..Welcome Sis…U represent thru Strength..Mi love u,” Edem said on Instagram.

 

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Many Musicians Are Receiving GHAMRO Royalties They Don’t Deserve – Rex Omar

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Many Musicians Are Receiving GHAMRO Royalties They Don’t Deserve – Rex Omar

The Ghana Music Right Organization – GHAMRO has over the years been faced with its inability to institute a logging system for proper royalty distribution.

 

This challenge has caused an anomaly in the even distribution of royalties collected that is due to the musicians whose properties are currently being used.

READ ALSO: I Sold Kenkey To Pay For My School Fees – CSP Kofi Sarpong

Rex Omar, chairman of GHAMRO in an interview with asiwomewrites.com, your credible blog for entertainment and showbiz news, views and reviews explained the challenge is because the logging system is still being piloted.

 

“The problem we are having and encountering at GHAMRO is because we have not started using the logging system in its entirety. A lot of people are receiving monies that are not supposed to and the musicians whose music is currently being used also don’t receive their due,” Rex Omar explained.

 

The Chairman also alleged that the erstwhile Carlos Sakyi administration registered people who received royalties for no registered property which the logging system when fully operational will resolve.

READ ALSO: FULL LIST: Winners of Showbiz Excellence Awards 2019

Rex Omar further hinted that GHAMRO is going to face a lot more problems with their next distribution because more musicians will be receiving meager royalties but those whose songs are being used will receive more.

 

He, however, assured members that though the wind of the law grinds slowly, the organization is determined to retrieve an amount of GHC 2,113,803.93 made up of bank transactions and several withdrawals unaccounted for by the Carlos Sakyi, K. K. Kabobo led administration as revealed from the 2012 – 2016 audit reports of GHAMRO.

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