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Canadian Based Ghanaian Singer, Salamatu Djenne The Latest Female Threat?

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Born in Montreal Canada to Muslim Ghanaian parents, growing up wasn’t easy for Salamatu Djenne, an Afrobeats singer based in Toronto Canada. Her experience in music especially from her father made her fall in love with music, and from the age of six she has been involved in entertaining people in Canada and all around the world.

She has struggled after the demise of her supportive father expressing herself through music. After visiting Accra with her mother, her mother returned to Canada leaving her behind off to Asamang to a bitter sweet experience here in Ghana.

Eventhough she was an Islamic scholar teaching in mosques in Canada, Salamatu stopped wearing her hijab and other stuff relating to her family religion, despite her love for the culture. She started going to church leading praise and worship for many high profile programs, with support from the community and school board being featured in Magazines, Newspapers, traveling and winning competitions.

At the same time reading and learning extensively on African history and Psychology books just to come to terms with understanding the world and the treatment of her family here and in Canada, which later saw her living at the orphanage at some point till she was rescued by the Canadian embassy and flown back to Canada.

Since her return to Canada, shes been working very hard keeping her feet through times with her God given talent doing gigs with motivation from artist like Mugeez, SlimFlex, Eno, and Stonebwoy, while singing back up and dancing for culture force Band performing Fela Kuti Songs. She also spoke about legends such as Awurama, Kojo Antwi, Lumba and many more.

Her Singles which she sings and raps in English and Hausa, True Love and Superstar ft Gariba has made some waves, and has shot two videos African relief and 911 produced by Master Garzy

She is currently working with to release her debut Album, her choice of lyrics and content is based on her love and perception of the oneness of God. She started recording not long ago but have seen the success by numbers on instagram she admires so much.

She is determined to make an impact with her music as she feels the time is now to show the world what shes made of.
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Africa Welcomes A New Queen As Fati Takes Over With Her Love Concert.

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Fati, a Liberian, but a Ghanaian currently resident singer and performer who is signed to Many Music records yesterday, Friday, 7th December 2018 at a private event which took place at the Soho Restaurant afforded pressmen the privilege of exclusively listening to her debut single “Love”.

The singer who appeared on the night looking sexy with the raunchy needful attitude a female singer needs came with not just the sexiness, but a strong vocal dexterity to the surprise of the media and carefully picked guest who were present at the venue when she took off with her performance.

The mellifluous voice who exuded an energy level we have not seen in a while dosed us with an A-class performance. She could be akin to the African songstress Angelique Kidjo. Fati, who is in Ghana to solidify and extend her brand seems to be getting the needed attention as the Ghanaian media has picked a special interest in her craft.

During her interaction with the media, she posited enthusiastically how receptive Ghanaians have been and added she loves the music we make here as she can’t wait to collaborate with Ghanaian artiste to entrench her roots and to sell her craft to get the needed acceptance.

Below are the pictures from Fati’s listening.

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Klem Dawgs Men And Turn To God With His Single “Man no be God.”

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Ghanaian singer and song writer’s real named Clement Akuoko but known in the music circles as Klem, whose love for music dated back to his childhood tells us all about the goodness of God in his new song titled, “Man No Be God.”

The Kumasi born who started singing at a tender age was influenced by music genres like R&B, Reggae and Pop music which he loves to listen to the more. His love for singing in class from his days at Toddlers Academy Primary to Martyrs of Uganda R/C JHS always ended him up on the list of talkatives.

Klem during his days at Opoku Ware School took his music to a different level when he and his other singer friends formed a group of four (4) called the Perfect Shades. They started off performing from class to class and then to neighboring schools.


After his first studio recording which was a cover song in 2014, he followed up again with a cover of John Legend’s “All of me” which went viral and took him places including his first radio interview.

The one time contestant of MTN PROJECT FAME WEST AFRICA 7 who rose to become one of the finalist and the youngest at the time is currently under Olivet Entertainment and releases his single titled “Man no be God” which was produced by Leuname.

 

Klem – man no be God(prod by, Leuname)

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Kwesi Slay Drops “Follow You” Ft Kuami Eugene.

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The much-awaited single from the camp of Slay Record signee Kwesi Slay has finally been released and titled “Follow You” featuring award-winning art Kuami Eugene.

After dropping his maiden 2018 banger christened ‘Seven’ which featured Black Entertainment Television [BET] nominee Kwesi Arthur, Kwesi Slay is set to turn heads again with “Follow you”.

Prior to the release, veteran Hi-life, art, Ofori Amponsah endorsed the song saying it’s one of the best he has heard in a long time as he urged Ghanaians to patronise it.

The song was produced by Itz CJ Made It and mixed and mastered by UBeatz.

Kwesi Slay recently won two plaques at the just ended Muse Africa Bangerz of The Quaterz.

Listen to the audio below and share. 

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O’bkay Stirs Up His Career With “The Build up”.

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Rebranded Ghanaian rapper O’Bkay, a former housemate and 3rd runner up in the 2016 edition of the MTN hit maker sets the pace with rap bars.

The rapper in the wake of his struggle to put Ghanaian rap on the mad has kicked start series of activities on YouTube, which is all in the quest to show his rap prowers while he strives to marry the old and new school.

In an interview with Kwesi Omega of Georgebritton.com he noted, “It’s to kick off my activity on YouTube, where I’ll be dropping rap materials and more on a regular. Trying to also put GH rap on the map like the pacesetters have. “The Buildup” as it sounds, is a piece to display rap prowess and merge old school rap style with the new school.” Shared by O’BKay.

To his hardcore rap lovers he has a word for you, he added, “I figured there might be two sides of my craft as a musician and as a result of not losing my rap fan base, I’ll be serving them good stuff on my YouTube Channel.”

O’Bkay since his emergence onto the scene has put out a number of singles and was currently called up to the rap bar by the highest Sarkodie when he got featured on his new project “Bibiiba” which is yet to be released.

His maiden release on his YouTube channel tittle “The BuildUp” was Produced by Hydraulix and Directed by Film God.

Get up, close and personal with O’bkay via social media on: Twitter: @o_bkay IG: @o_bkay, FB page: O’bkay, Snapchat: O’BKay

Below is the link to “The BuildUp” video, watch and share. Don’t forget to follow him and drop a comment; your feedback is needed.

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