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The National Executive presidential aspirant, Ras Caleb Appiah-Levi is seeking a High Court injunction on the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), elections.


In a press statement released by Ras Caleb stated in a released press statement his displeasure, in how the election issues and processes are being handled by the National Election Electorate.




“As an aspirant, I have been watching the electioneering process with keen interest and I have come to the realisation that there are a lot of breaches in the electoral system especially from the roadmap to the current situation of the voter’s list/register of musicians,” he stated.


He added that he does not believe in the credibility of the current Voters Register that has been published.

“Upon long awaiting and pressure from members and aspirants, the list has been released by the election committee purporting to be the voter’s list/register. I found this to be quite unfortunate if indeed this is what the election committee is going to rely on as voter’s register for this upcoming election,” he added.

The national elections of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) which was first postponed to today, July 10, 2019, has again been rescheduled to July 17, 2019, to enable the Electoral Commission to complete it’s operational and administrative work on the just ended Limited Voter Registration exercise.




Below is the final list of aspirants contesting for the National Executive positions:

  1. Bessa Simons – President
  2. Ras Caleb Appiah-Levi – President
  3. Rev Dr. Harry Thomas Yawson – 1st Vice President
  4. Richard Karikari Mensah – 1st Vice President
  5. Deborah Freeman – 2nd Vice President
  6. Ruth Benny Wood – 2nd Vice President
  7. Sylvia Bosompem Amponsah – General Secretary
  8. Samuel Kofi Agyemang – General Secretary
  9. Chizzy Nii Adu Wailer – National Organizer
  10. Rev Edward Edusa-Eyison – National Treasurer
  11. Gifty Ghansah – National Welfare Officer


Source: Citi News Room


Asiwome Writes born Asiwome Tei-Mati is the Chief Writer at, a blog for all credible and At the Moment Entertainment News. A blog designed for all Showbiz News, Interviews and Reviews in the Creative Arts industry in Ghana.Asi Wome is an entertainment enthusiast and journalist, a Communication Strategist and a radio and TV Entertainment, pundit.


Foklex Media Awards 2020: Full List of Greater Accra Nominees



The 9th edition of the Foklex Media Awards 2020 nominees has been released. brings you details of the Greater Accra English and Akan nominees categories.

Read the full list of Greater Accra nominees below

English Category

Morning Show Host of the Year

  1. Daniel Dadzie – Joy FM
  2. Bernard Avle – Citi FM
  3. Winston Amoah – 3FM
  4. Andy Dosty – Hitz FM
  5. Francis Abban – Starr FM
  6. Sammy Flex – Zylofon FM

Sports Host of the Year

  1. Benjamin Nketia – Citi FM
  2. Nathaniel Attoh – Joy FM
  3. Yaw Ofosu Labi – 3FM
  4. George Addo Jnr – Hitz FM
  5. Henry Asante Twum – Starr FM
  6. Hussein Hassan – Class FM

Newscaster of the Year

  1. Grace Hammoah Asare – 3FM
  2. Pious Kojo Backah – Class FM
  3. Atiewin Mbillah Lawson – Starr FM
  4. Evans Mensah – Joy FM
  5. Umaru Sanda Amadu – Citi FM
  6. Samuel Essah – Radio GBC

Drivetime Presenter of the Year

  1. Antoine Mensah – Live FM
  2. Jessica Saforo – Citi FM
  3. Richard Ofoe Kugblebu – Uniiq FM
  4. Lexis Bill – Joy FM
  5. Mercury Quaye – Hitz FM
  6. Giovanni Caleb – 3 FM
  7. Kofi Okyere Darko – Starr FM

Entertainment Program of the Year

  1. Naa Ashorkor – Showbiz A-Z on Joy FM
  2. Andy Dosty – DayBreak Hitz on Hitz FM
  3. Ken Nana Addo – 3fm
  4. Richard Ofoe Kugblenu – Uniiq FM Entertainment
  5. Sammy Flex – Zylofon FM
  6. Nana Kwasi – Class FM


Akan Category

Morning Show Host of the Year

  1. Kwaku Owusu Agyei (Patoo) – Kasapa FM
  2. Ekourba Gyasi – Atinka FM
  3. Captain Smart – Adom FM
  4. Kwame Nkrumah Tikesie – Okay FM
  5. Bright Akwasi Asempa – Onua FM
  6. Boamah Darko – Hot FM

Mid Morning Show of the Year

  1. Ohemaa Woyeje – Angel FM
  2. Sokoo Hemaa – Rainbow FM
  3. Evangelist Agyenim Boateng – Kasapa FM
  4. Nana Romeo – Accra FM
  5. Rabbi – Kingdom FM
  6. Kofi Kum Bilson – Peace FM

Sports Host of the Year

  1. Kojo Mensah Moshosho – Asempa FM
  2. Dan Kwaku Yeboah – Peace FM
  3. Sports Obama – Angel FM
  4. Adam Adjei – Kasapa FM
  5. Ohene Brenya – Happy FM
  6. Frank Osei Owusu (Winter) – Onua FM

Commentator of the Year

  1. Kobby Stonne – Asempa FM
  2. Frank Osei Owusu (Winter) – Onua FM
  3. Bongo De Ferra – Peace FM
  4. Ortega – Kasapa FM
  5. Sammy Addo – Happy FM
  6. Colino – Vision1 FM
  7. Kofi Mensah Ocran – Accra FM

Foreign Sports Presenter of the Year

  1. Eric Aseidu – Adom FM
  2. Chaskele – Zylofon FM
  3. Alan Green – Happy FM
  4. Ansah Apagya – Angel FM
  5. Fentuo Tahiru – Citi FM
  6. Addo Jnr – Joy FM

Male Newscaster of the Year

  1. Kweku Adu Kumi – Adom FM
  2. Kwabena Marfo – Peace FM
  3. Bonohene Baffour Awuah – Kasapa FM
  4. Nana Ansah Sasraku – Accra FM
  5. Kwabena Agyapong – Rainbow FM
  6. The Senator – Kingdom FM
  7. Kwadwo Dickson – Angel FM

Female Newscaster of the Year

  1. Naa Atwee Oduro – Accra FM
  2. Akosua Ago Aboagye – Peace FM
  3. Akua Serwaah – Hot FM
  4. Serwaa Akoto – Kasapa FM
  5. Nana Yaa Yeboah – Vision 1 FM
  6. Abena Korantemaa Agyapong – Kingdom FM
  7. Akosua High Tension – Atinka FM

Drivetime Presenter of the Year

  1. Abeiku Santana – Okay FM
  2. Silva Lady – Oman FM
  3. Jerry Justice – Adom FM
  4. Dr Kay – Accra FM
  5. Kwame Bee – Kasapa FM
  6. Dj Fox – Top FM
  7. Okyerefour – Ahotor FM

Live Worship of the Year

  1. Kasapa Anidaso Live Worship – Kasapa FM
  2. Accra Live worship – Accra FM
  3. Adom Live Worship – Adom FM
  4. Vision1 Live Worship – Vision1 FM
  5. Ogyie Mmere Live worship – Angel Accra
  6. No 1 Live Worship – No1 FM

Radio Dj of the Year

  1. Papa Bills – Adom FM
  2. Dj Candyman – Atinka FM
  3. Dj Bakayoko – Accra FM
  4. Dj Advicer – Happy FM
  5. Dj Ashmen – Zylofon FM
  6. Eddie Ray – Kasapa FM
  7. Galore PK – Top Radio

Entertainment Program Host of the Year

  1. Dr. Cann – Happy FM
  2. Dr. Who – Hot FM
  3. Agyeman Prempeh – Power FM
  4. Mike 2 – Adom FM
  5. Kwasi Aboagye – Peace FM
  6. Christian Agyei Frimpong – Onua FM
  7. Nana Romeo – Accra FM

Radio Personality of the Year

  1. Abeiku Santana – Okay FM
  2. Agyeman Prempeh – Power FM
  3. Dr. Cann – Happy FM
  4. Akwasi Aboagye – Neat FM
  5. Bright Akwasi Asempa – Onua FM
  6. OB Nartey – Vision 1 FM
  7. Silva Lady – Oman FM

Social Program Host of the Year

  1. Appiah Kubi – Nya Asem Hwe on Hot FM
  2. Nana Yaa Konadu – Wo Haw Ne Sen on Peace FM
  3. Akumaa Mama Zimbi – )d) Ahumaso on Adom FM
  4. Maame Akua Y – Asetinamu on Asempa FM
  5. Nyamekye Nyamekye Nyarko – Save Mum on Kingdom FM
  6. Pastor Martin Sermogyi – Obi Adi Mawu on Atinka FM

Political Program of the Year

  1. Boiling Point – Oman FM
  2. Ekosi Sen – Asempa FM
  3. The Platform – Peace FM
  4. Torchlight – Neat FM
  5. Inside Politics – Power FM
  6. Epa Hoa Daben – Happy FM



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NGMA 2019: Celestine Donkor Crowned Artiste of the Year



The Agbebolo hitmaker, Celestine Donkor has been crowned the artiste of the year at the just ended Ghana National Gospel Music Awards (NGMA) 2019.

The third edition of the coveted gospel music awards which took place last Saturday at the Bantama Pentecost Church in Kumasi also saw the gospel musician winning the Album of the Year and the Collaboration of the Year categories.

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Other music giants who won on the night include Nacee, Kofi Kinaata, and Diana Hamilton.

Below is the full list of winners at the NGMA 19.

  1. Sound Engineer of the Year – Dan Bassey
  2. Male Vocalist of the Year – Nacee
  3. Songwriter the Year – Brother Fire
  4. Female Vocalist of the Year – Perppy
  5. Worship Song of the Year – Mpaebo (Nacee)
  6. Praise Song of the Year – Adin Bi Agye Me (Odehyieba Priscilla)
  7. Group of the Year – Towdah Sounds (Simply Amazing)
  8. Collaboration of the Year – Agbebolo(Celestine Donkor ft Nhyiraba Gideon)
  9. Promising Artiste of the Year – Ewurah (Nyame Aye Bi)
  10. New Gospel Artiste of the Year – BiBi Adu-Poku (Sound of Abundance)
  11. Traditional Song of the Year – Yen Egya Owo Sor (De Servant)
  12. Urban Song of the Year – Aseda (Don Cemon)
  13. Choral Song of the Year -Pae Mu Ka (Harmonious Chorale)
  14. Hybrid Song of the Year -Things Fall Apart (Kofi Kinaata)
  15. Video of the Year -W’asem (Diana Hamilton)
  16. Album of the Year – Agbebolo (Celestine Donkor)
  17. Song of the Year – Agbebolo (Celestine Donkor)
  18. Best Gospel Artiste of the Year (Diaspora) – Fletcher Narh USA (Ololufemi)
  19. Artiste of the Year -Celestine Donkor (Agbebolo)


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South Africa To Host AGAFEST For Five Years



Big Events Ghana, organizers of the prestigious gospel awards event, Africa Gospel Awards Festival (AGAFEST) has announced South Africa as the new host from 2020 to 2025.

At a press conference last Wednesday, held at the Alisa Hotel, the Chief Executive Officer of Big Events Ghana, Prince Mackay disclosed that the objective of South Africa hosting the event for the next five years is to promote unity amongst gospel artistes across Africa.

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In achieving this feat, the organizing committee has agreed to allow other African countries the opportunity to also host the annual.

“The vision of AGAFEST is to reach out to all gospel stars in all Africa nations to promote one purpose which is to celebrate and acknowledge the excellence of gospel talents. It is in this regard that South Africa has accepted the hosting right for five years,” Prince Mackay stated.

Ayanda Ncwane, the Chief Executive of Ncwane Communications who has been announced as president AGAFEST, South Africa stated that gospel artistes should not be apologetic about the gospel and to claim their rightful positions in the industry.

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“I always say apart from Superman, Batman and Deadman, I honestly believe that Gospel artists are the real Super Heroes. Gospel music is the only genre that gives hope and resonant people from their challenges,” she said

Ncwane further disclosed that the AGAFEST platform would be a channel to help get other African gospel music on other African countries’ platforms and collaborate with their gospel stars as well.

“Let’s break down the boundary that separates us and divide us and become one Africa through the AGAFEST platform,” she noted

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Ms. Matepe, the South African High Commission representative to Ghana, also indicated that Ghana handing over the AGAFEST baton to South Africa to host for five years shows a strong bond between them.

She noted that the AGAFEST platform would be used to promote cultural diversity and tourism among the African States.

The maiden edition of AGAFEST was hosted in Ghana in March 2019.

AGAFEST South Africa 2020 which is scheduled for October 30, 2020, is anticipated to be the biggest gospel awards festival in Africa.



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Kwahuhene Urges Ghanaian Youths to Avoid Electioneering Violence



The Paramount Chief and President of Kwahu Traditional Area, Daasebre Akuamoah Agyapong II has urged the youths in Ghana and especially Afram Plains North and South to desist from the violence that erupts during elections.

The Kwahuhene was addressing a colorful Akwasidae durbar of Chiefs and people of Kwahu at Donkorkrom, the capital of the Kwahu Afram Plains North District said violence only retards development and put financial burdens on families, communities and the country as a whole.

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He further charged the indigenes and settlers, to live in peace and harmony and consider themselves as one people with a common goal.

The Kwahuhene and all chiefs from the various wings in Kwahu embarked on a week-long familiarization visit to various towns and villages in the Kwahu Afram Plains.

Among the places visited were; Tease, Maame Krobo, Abomasarefo, Agodeke, Kwae Kɛse, the boundaries between Kwahu, Volta and the Bono regions, the Forifori Camp Prison and selected large scale farms.

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At the various durbars, the Kwahuhene urged parents to take advantage of the government’s free Senior High School policy, since education is the surest guarantee to a prosperous future.

He assured the people of Afram plains that, the myriad of concerns raised during his visit shall be addressed to the appropriate authorities.

The visit was climaxed with a traditional council meeting at Tease in the Afram Plains South District where the five MMDCE’s who were all present were tasked to work with Nananom to curtail the increasing bushfires around the Odweanoma mountains and surrounding areas.


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I Would Have Declined An Invitation to the 3 Music Awards Board – Kwame Dadzie



Entertainment critic, Kwame Dadzie has revealed he would have declined an invitation to be part of the 3 Music Awards 2020 board.

Speaking on the Christian Entertainment Review show on Amansan Television (ATV) with the host, Nii Noi, Kwame Dadzie mentioned that he would have declined an invitation to the 3 Music board based on his principles.

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“You see, I have certain principles. You know I am very loud; I am very controversial. I don’t want the situation whereby, Kwame Dadzie as a board member will be criticizing 3 Music Awards on radio, on TV, on social media and they will come and tell me, you are part of us,” he said.

Harboring no disrespect for the 3 Music Board, the avid entertainment writer and presenter at Citi Fm and Citi TV disclosed he would have loved to serve in the capacity of a research consultant for a fee than a board member.

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“So, no disrespect to the board, I’d rather love to have served in a different capacity. For example, if you need information and you’d want me to help with information, research, anything of a sort, I would have helped but the board.”

“If they want my services as a consultant, they should come and pay. After doing the consultation, then I can go back and criticize them,” he stated.

READ ALSO: Full List of 3 Music Awards 2020 Nominees Unveiled

The 3 Music Awards scheme in recent days came under criticizing for assembling too many media persons and critiques who rather defend than scrutinize the scheme.

The main event is slated for Saturday, March 28, 2020, at the Fantasy Dome inside Trade Fair in Accra.


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How I Stopped Masturbating Before Marriage – Uncle Ebo Whyte



Uncle Ebo Whyte, the award-winning playwright has disclosed he was heavily addicted to masturbation at a young age of 20.

He also revealed doing everything possible to stop the addiction including seeking counsel from his church leaders, embarking on prayer retreats at the beach and fasting.

The self-taught chartered accountant and marketing professional, Uncle Ebo in a Facebook post yesterday revealed he was able to move away from masturbation through a Sunday sermon when he had the strong urge to go to church.

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He, however, recalled moving away from masturbation did not stop him from petting his wife when he started courting her, an act he considered as not honoring God even though they were determined to go to the altar in holiness.

Uncle Ebo disclosed crying to God for help and God directed him to wield the sword of the Spirit.

“I cried to God: “How do I stop living in sexual sin?” God directed me to wield the sword of the Spirit – recite memory verses on Holiness and purity and as I did, the erection dissipated. And we were able to stay off each other until we went to the altar.”

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Read Uncle Ebo Whyte’s Full Facebook post below:


As a young man in my 20’s, I was into masturbation. Heavily.

Yes, I was a Christian and a leader in the ministry but still struggled with this. I confessed to my fellow leaders and was rebuked. Interestingly after the meeting, some of the other leaders came to confess to me that they were guilty of the same.

I then embarked on a personal retreat at the beach, to wrestle with God until I hear from Him. But after about 30 minutes I had a strong urge to go to church, it was a Sunday. I did and the sermon was for me, from Romans 7. It taught me that I wasn’t a pervert. With that knowledge, somehow I was able to move away from masturbation.

Fast forward I started courting my wife and we determined to go to the altar in holiness but we weren’t quite holy. We were ‘petting’. I knew what we were doing wasn’t honoring God. So I went on a one week fast and stayed away from my wife to be.

At the end of the fast, filled with anointing I went to visit her but as I approached her house ‘Kojo Mensah’ started to respond. I was getting an erection! I broke into tongues but the harder I prayed the harder the erection got.

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I cried to God: “How do I stop living in sexual sin?” God directed me to wield the sword of the Spirit – recite memory verses on Holiness and purity and as I did, the erection dissipated. And we were able to stay off each other until we went to the altar.

God’s word is the sword of the spirit that’s why David said: “Your word I have hidden in my, that I might not sin against you” (Ps 119 vs 11).

Dear Christian trying to quit sexual sin:

  1. Understand that the body and spirit are at war.
  2. Memorize scriptures on purity and holiness and recite when the need arises.
  3. Take one day at a time; celebrate the victories but if you fail, tomorrow is another day.
  4. Hold yourself accountable to someone and confess your sin to him/her

Finally, remember at certain levels of addiction, willing yourself to quit doesn’t make you stop. It’s warfare.



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M.anifest Unveiled as Brand Ambassador for ABSA



Award-winning Hip-Hop artiste, M.anifest has been announced as the brand ambassador for Barclays Bank Ghana, now Absa Ghana.

The news comes ahead of its rebranding to Absa Bank Ghana Limited on Monday, February 10. A statement by the bank indicated their excitement to have M.anifest as a face of their brand.

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Marketing and Corporate Relations Director at Barclays Bank Ghana, Ms. Nana Essilfuah Boison noted that

“as a forward-looking bank deeply rooted in Africa with global connectivity and a passion for excellence, we are excited to be associated with M.anifest, who exhibits and exudes similar characteristics and passion.”

“As we become Absa, we are not only building on our 100-year heritage in Ghana, we are also one of Africa’s top three largest banks, backed by a large capital base and strong balance sheet with a commitment to connecting people’s dreams with financial opportunities,” she added.

On his part, M.anifest said,

“It’s an absolute thrill to be the brand ambassador for Absa, a forward-looking bank with a global scale. My career has led me on a path of upholding global standards of excellence whiles maintaining local relevance.

“I believe Absa represents this on a higher scale in banking, thus the synergy is seamless. I’m looking forward to this new chapter in which together we bring more value and unique solutions to individual Ghanaians and Ghanaian businesses.”

M.anifest is known for his musical boundary-crossing, multilingual wordplay, and a refreshing hybrid songwriting approach that acknowledges both his Ghanaian upbringing and his sojourns in the West.

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Described in 2015 by the Guardian (UK) as “the foremost rapper on the continent,” M.anifest’s originality and impressive lyricism has earned him collaborations with musical giants such as Tony Allen, Damon Albarn, Flea (Red hot Chili Peppers), Erykah Badu, Femi Kuti, A.B Crentsil and more



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Stonebwoy To Release A New Album on His Birthday



Ghanaian reggae and dancehall Stonebwoy have detailed the release of his new album after Epistles of Mama (EOM) on his birthday, March 05, 2020.

The album which was originally 12 tracks has been compiled to 15 tracks is tailored to suit every region of the world.

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Addressing the media yesterday at Golden Tulip, Stonebwoy failed to disclose the album title but mentioned the album will chronicle the many things that happened from the release of EOM to the yet to be released album.

The Top Skanka hitmaker further revealed the album consists of songs and collaborations that are targeted across the Jamaican, Caribbean, UK and the urban African markets.

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Stonebwoy also mentioned the album is a masterpiece that expresses his creativity that explores his versatility in blending the Ewe and Twi dialect.

“I think I have actually expressed my creativity on this album properly. People will find me speaking my dialect in a way they had never probably thought that I could understand, both the Twi and Ewe and everything,” he disclosed.



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3 Promising Up and Coming Artists in Kofcity



The Eastern Region has been blessed with unparalleled talents of every kind with music being dominant.

Many of such music talents who have broken through and left footprints of their music in the hearts and minds of music lovers nationally and internationally are Elder Mireku, Rocky Dawuni, Ohemaa Mercy, the late Dasebre Gyamena, Abirekyeiba Kofi Sammy among others.

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Many of the young up and coming musicians spread around the region possesses such music prowess but with little financial muscle to push their talent for national recognition.

Among the varied challenges that most up and coming artists are faced with, Dassebreba Kwame, Kobby UrGe and Amazyn Gee through hard work and dedication, are leaving no stone unturned in registering their music as household names in Koforidua, the capital of Eastern Region.

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They were also selected to be part of the Kofcity We Dey project for 2019/20 organized by Joy Daddy Multimedia based in Koforidua.

The Kofcity We Dey Project is a yearlong annual event with the main objective of raising at least one Eastern Region based top musician.


Dassebreba Kwame

Popularly identified with the traditional highlife genre, Dassebreba Kwame previously with the stage name Kwame Rhatty entered into music professionally through the late Dasebre Gyamena.

Born and raised in Srodae, a suburb in Koforidua, the highlife crooner since 2016 recorded songs including, I Do, Sorry which features Koo Ntakra, Summer Time, Only You and more.

Dassebreba in 2019 released a hit song Ware Me which became the toast at every wedding reception received massive rotation on most radio stations in and outside Eastern Region

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Dassebreba Kwame in 2019 was also selected to be part of the Kofcity We Dey project and has plans of continuously churning out authentic highlife music to come from the Eastern Region and Ghana as a whole.

His desire, however, is to use every platform available to transforms lives through music and to campaign against Road Accidents.

Click to Listen and Download “Ware Me” below


Kobby UrGe

Born Evans Kwabena Horsu, Kobby UrGe who currently resides in Nsawam in the Eastern Region is from Atsiavi in the Volta Region of Ghana.

He discovered his music talent at an early age of 15 in 2013 in his final year at the Junior High School. career when I was 15 years old in the year 2013 when I was in my final year in Junior High School.

Kobby UrGe whose music dexterity switches mainly between Hip Hop, Hiplife and Afrobeat came third (3rd) at the maiden edition of the National Rap Show, organized by Joy Daddy Multimedia in Koforidua.

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He was also selected to be part of the Kofcity We Dey project and has before then released Obaa Heema, Quality Life, Eda Wanim ft. Koo Ntakra, Patience and Omo Killer.

UrGe is currently promoting his hit single Love and Anger which features Jay Biizi. He is working hard to release his debut album and stage his own concert by the end of 2020.

Click to Listen and Download “Love and Anger” below


Amazyn Gee

Being one among male-dominated musical talents in the Eastern Region, Amazyn Gee is a force to reckon when it comes to contemporary highlife music.

She was born in Damongo in the newly created Savannah Region where she received her basic school education through to the Senior High School.

Born Grace Kumatey, after her SHS education moved to Nkurankan in the Eastern region to start her music career professionally in 2013.

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Amazyn Gee has gone through very tough times until she had her first breakthrough song titled Wallet. Wallet received good media both on-air and online mileage which won her the Female Vocalist of the Year at the Eastern Music Awards in 2018.

Amazyn Gee is also currently promoting he first single Di Wo Fie Asem under her new management, Eastside Records.

She also earns a spot as the only female among 10 males on the Kofcity We Dey project for 2019/20

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Creative Arts For Change Applauds Government, Says Afronation Partnership Is A Ghana Agenda



The Creative Arts for Change has applauded the Nana Akufo-Addo led Government of Ghana for the recent MoU signed partnership between the Ghana Tourism Authority – GTA and organizers of Afronation.

In a release dated, February 02, 2020, sighted by, the pro-NPP wing of the creative arts in Ghana expressed that, the partnership is a Ghana Agenda and not for political gain but feeds into the “Beyond the Return” declaration

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The group also expressed their excitement about the partnership the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture is going to embark with Local Festival organizers to put permanent festivals on the calendar of activities for both local and foreign patronage.

Read the full release below;



The membership of the above movement wants to express our profound gratitude to the Nana Addo led Government on policies and interventions for the Creative sector with this Press release.

As of today 2nd February, we would like to associate ourselves with the recent deals Ghana has signed with various partners at the just ended UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020. As members of the creative industry, we are elated to have a stake in the number of deals signed at the tables witnessed by His Excellency the President. We must say these are some of the recognition we have always wanted, but to our dismay, it has become the topic of discussions since the signing of the MoU between the Ghana Tourism Authority and organizers of AfroNation. The Creative Arts for Change indeed welcomes healthy debate or discussions around the MoU for we want the best for the sector, but knowing what was signed between the parties, we would like to state with emphasis that by far, this has been another blessing right from the Inauguration of the National Film Authority Last December.

Unlike the dish out support in the past years and partial partnership the mother Ministry has with event organizers, this is a very well thought through the partnership that will highlight Ghana in the December festive period to the world all over. With local representation, AfroNation Ghana, duly registered in Ghana together with Government Agency GTA, to put up a local organizing committee to fashion out the festival processes to serve indigenous Ghanaians but meet up international standards, we truly have a lot to be grateful about. This notwithstanding will involve all those who matter, from 100 percent Ghanaian event organizers, sales vendors, rentals of equipment, celebrities to perform, skilled laborers to be employed from start to finish, we say, by far this will enhance the expertise and put food on the tables of hundreds of Ghanaians for the next 5 years. The month of December will never be the same in Ghana.

On this note, we would like to thank His Excellency the President for leading in the honor made on the creative arts and tourism sector with such important steps taken by the Ministry of Tourism Art and Culture through the Ghana Tourism Authority to put Ghana on the map again after the Year of Return activities. We are also happy to hear about the partnership the Ministry is going to embark with Local Festival organizers to put permanent festivals on the calendar of activities for both local and foreign patronage.

We would also like to emphasize without any malice that this is a Ghana agenda, and not for any political gain, so let’s embrace a plan that is to feed into the “Beyond the Return” declaration, and therefore, want to rally the support of Ghanaians to remain resolute as the government pursues its policies. This we believe is one of the deals signed to make it possible.

Finally, we are calling on the Government to remain focus and fulfill the rest of the promises it has made to Ghanaians so as together we can enjoy prosperity.



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