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Ghana’s Kwame A. A Opoku Makes 30 Under 30 Pioneers List for 2019

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Ghana’s futurist and public speaker Kwame A. A Opoku make’s it onto the 2019 30 Under 30 pioneers list compiled by the Future of Ghana Publication.

The 2019 edition of the 30 Under 30 annual list makes everything which is old new again. The list, chronicling the brashest of Ghanaian entrepreneurs across the globe sets out to celebrate their success and loud their painstaking scar and lessons behind their boom.

The Future of Ghana Publication is an annual publication dedicated to showcasing and nurturing Ghana’s leading talent from around the world. The publication features Ghana’s Top 30 Under 30 pioneering young talent impacting industries globally and forward thinking articles, and features.

The publication transcends stereotypes, highlighting the unsung contributions future leaders and organizations are making to Ghana’s and the world’s economic development.

On the list was Global Comedy star Michael Dapaah, the highly celebrated DJ Switch among other Ghanaians blazing the trail.

The final product is a collection of bold risk-takers who are putting a new twist to the use of the old tools of the trade. The future looks bright – take a peek.

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Candice D Out With An ‘Agenda’.

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The founder of Royal Records, Candice D has premiered her hot new saucy single music video produced by Beatz Dakay dubbed ‘Agenda’.

The music video for ‘Agenda’ which was directed by Snares Films is noticeably high budget, filled with video captured by the "Flawless" singer dancing by herself and with her back up dancers.

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Candice D definitely lets her goofy, fun-loving side out in the video. Candice D an accomplished executive in the Ghanaian music industry has chosen to add another line to his curriculum by becoming threat to her competitors.

Born, Esther Naa Maku Tawiah, "Agenda" is a fun song that will make you want to get up and dance, which Candice D clearly demonstrates in her new video.

Candice D in 2007 started recording in the studio, courtesy her sister, Naomi Tawiah. She was born and bred in Accra and later studied in Europe, where she travelled around the world and experienced new cultures.

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YBlaq Expresses His Love With ‘Feeling Nu’.

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Ghanaian recording music artiste and Fixed Star Music’s most promising artist, Y Blaq has released a new track he calls ‘Feeling Nu’ under the multi-million dollar label.

Feeling Nu was produced by Abe Beatz

The ‘Liquor’ and ‘Gimme That’ hitmaker has been working on collaborations with some top Ghanaian and African acts in anticipation of his album.

Feeling Nu talks about how an unknown stunning lady gives him so much excitement when he gets when in contact with her I he refers it as a very spiritual feeling.

It also talks about how independent the lady is because she doesn’t demand any financial aid from him.

This banger is the first song coming from Y Blaq in 2019

Buy to show support or download the song from here:

http://smarturl.it/yblaqfeelingnu

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Fancy Gadam Wins Most Promising Entertainer At The 37th IRAWMA.

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Reggae/Dancehall Afro-fusion artiste, Fancy Gadam has gained an international recognition as the promising entertainer at the 37th International Reggae and World Music Awards(IRAWMA) after some remarkable achievements over the past few years in the Ghanaian music setting.

The pride of the Northern Region, Fancy Gadam beat other international Reggae/Dancehall genre of music acts like Koffee, Kabaka Pyramid, Motto-St Lucia, and Dalton Harris to win in that encouraging category at the event.

The event, which took place at the Pegasus Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica on May 11, saw an array of global Reggae/Dancehall icons and pioneers making their presence known at the occasion 37th International Reggae and World Music Awards events.

Fancy Gadam may not be taking part in this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards [VGMA] for some reasons but certainly but has been nominated for the 37th annual International Reggae and World Music (IRAWMA) in Kingston, Jamaica.

The International Reggae and World Music (IRWM), established in 1982, is to acknowledge and honor the accomplishments and contributions of reggae and world music artists, including: songwriters, performers, promoters and musicians.

The IRAWMA has been staged in many major cities including Atlanta, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, New Orleans, New York as well as Port of Spain, Trinidad and both Montego Bay and Ocho Rios in Jamaica and produced by Martin’s International.

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Shatta Wale Beats Sean Paul, Major Lazer And Others At IRAWMA 19

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Multiple awards winning Reggae/Dancehall artiste Charles Nii -Armah Mensah, professionally known as Shatta Wale has elevated his art to the world by emerging victorious out of two categories at the just ended 37th International Reggae and World Music Awards(IRAWMA).

The awards event which was held at Pegasus Hotel, 82 Knutsford Blvd, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies on Saturday 11th May 2019 saw the the African Reggae/Dancehall King, Shatta Wale winning the category of Best Music Video for his much anticipated ‘Gringo’ music video and the category of Afro Beats artist of the year.

The International Reggae & World Music Awards (IRAWMA), established in 1982 acknowledges and honours the accomplishments and contributions of reggae and world music artists, including songwriters, performers, promoters and musicians.

The Chief Executive Officer of the Shatta Movement Empire, ease past competition from Jamaican Reggae/Dancehall heavyweight, Sean Paul, Major Lazer, Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall icons Stonebwoy and Samini, Damian Marley, Wiz Khalifa among others to add the IRAWMA awards scheme's plaque to his cabinet.

In accepting this prestigious award, the "Kpu Kpa" hitmaker took to his Facebook handle to show gratitude to God and his fan army, Shatta Movement for enormously displaying their inflicnhing solidarity to the movement and chalking another international recognition.

Shatta Wale extended a word of appreciation to the board and organizers of 37th International Reggae and World Music Awards(IRAWMA) and his management incharge of running the affairs of the Shatta Movement brand and producers in the United States of America and Jamaica.

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However, African Dancehall King, Charles Nii-Armah Mensah has also garnered some slots at the forthcoming 20th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, slated for the 18th May, 2018 and will take place at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).

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