In a sea of skin-baring dresses, Zendaya was a style standout at Harper’s Bazaar ICONS in classic menswear — and although Michael B. Jordan wore it first, he says she totally outdid him.
The “Black Panther” wore the exact same printed gray Berluti suit back in February, and upon Zendaya’s arrival this weekend, fans were quick to make side-by-side photo comparisons. On one “Who wore it better?” post, Jordan replied, “Zendaya hands down no contest.”
Opting for more typical glitz and glamour were attendees including Paris Hilton, Tiffany Haddish and Lily Collins. Emily Ratajkowski donned a one-shoulder red number while Shailene Woodley wore a black-and-white getup that took us right back to the 1980s.
The Bazaar ICONS party always coincides with Fashion Week, so it was no surprise to see a slew of A-list models on the guest list. Winnie Harlow arrived at the Plaza Hotel in a dramatic white tulle gown and Adriana Lima showed off her physique in a slinky dress.
Absent from this year’s party were Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, who infamously got into a shoe-throwing dispute during last year’s event.
Okyeame Kwame, Solidaridad Organise Free Health Screening At Kintampo.
Okyeame Kwame and Solidaridad in partnership with the Kintampo College of Health and the Kintampo Government Hospital, organised a free Hepatitis B screening and vaccination for the Dawadawa community near Kintampo.
Dawadawa is one of the 53 local communities where Solidaridad is implementing the Ghana Dedicated Grant Mechanism project (DGM), that seeks to strengthen the capacity of local communities to respond to climate change.
Okyeame Kwame, who is the Climate Change Ambassador for the DGM project, is also passionate about the elimination of Hepatitis B from Ghana by 2030. For the past 5 years, his Hepatitis ‘B’ Foundation has been offering free screening for people in various parts of the country in partnership with other institutions.
On the occasion of Solidaridad's 50 year anniversary celebration, Okyeame Kwame partnered with the civil society organization to extend Hepatitis B awareness to the DGM project community. The community also benefited from awareness of climate change impacts on health and how they can deal with the adverse effects.
Students of the Atlantic Hall of the Kintampo College of Health as well as personnel of the Kintampo Government Hospital were on hand to provide health talks and free screening to the community, who are mainly farmers.
This year, the Solidaridad global network is celebrating 50 years of working to improve the lives of farmers, miners, producers, workers and their communities. Established in 1969, Solidaridad’s work has continuously included innovations for promoting and fostering sustainable economic development in the field of international cooperation.
Now, implementing sustainable solutions around 13 global commodities through eight regional expertise centres, Solidaridad is working to transform markets to make them more inclusive and sustainable in 41 countries.
In West Africa, Solidaridad focuses on improving the wellbeing of farmers, miners and their communities through the promotion of climate-smart agriculture and partnerships. It has operations in Cote d'Ivoire, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
Through the Ghana Dedicated Grant Mechanism project (DGM), Solidaridad has increased awareness and deepened knowledge of local communities on climate change and ways to deal with it.
(Source: kwame dadzie)
Obrafour Set To Stage “Pae Mu Ka” At 20 Concert In Kumasi, And Sunyani.
GREATER ACCRA, GHANA (www.georgebritton) - After hosting over thousand patrons at the Accra International Conference Centre for the celebration of 20 years since the release of his Pae Mu Ka album, Legendary hiplife artiste, Obrafour will be staging a sequel of "Pae Mu Ka" at 20 concert at the Miklin Hotel, in the Ashanti regional capital, Kumasi.
The event which garnered illustrious creative and arts practitioners in Accra few weeks ago is slated for the 24th of December, and will witness performances from some Ghanaian musicians, including Stonebwoy, Samini, CY Lover, Guru, Joey B, Kofi, Kofi Nti, Akwaboah, Joe Fraiser and a lot more.
On the eve of Christmas, thus, 25th December 2019, natives of Sunyani, capital city of Brong Ahafo Region will also have the event being replicated in their town at the Eusbett International Conference Centre. The night is expected to thrill patrons with undiluted music from supporting musicians such as Tic, Lil Win, Pataapa,Chicargo, X-Doe.
Rates for the event include; Advance Ghc 40- Main Gate Ghc 50 for Single, Couple Ghc 70, Advance Vip Ghc 80 and Ghc 100 for VIP Gor main gate.
The concert is expected and promises to be a night filled with epic performances by the creme de la creme in the Ghanaian music industry. The album was produced by Hammer of The Last Two and it was released in 1999 and consists of songs like ‘Kwame Nkrumah’, ‘Yaanom’ ‘Pae Mu Ka’, ‘Kokonsa’ and others.
Watch the performance video of Moesha featuring Sarkodie below;
Tema To Host DJ Justice’s “The Justice Experience Concert” – 2019
DJ Justice, in his quest to climax the year 2019 with much fun whiles also connecting with his fans, will organise The Justice Experience Concert. The prolific Ghanaian DJ announced via a press release, that ‘The Justice Experience Concert’ will be held on December 15, 2019, at Monte Carlo, Tema.
DJ Justice is hosting this concert in collaboration with KJK Lynx with some of the confirmed artistes performing on night including; DJ Breezy, Maxzy, Kahpun, Offei, Kwesi Slay, DJ Godday, and Dellasie.
The Justice Experience Concert 2019 is brought to you by DJ Justice and powered by KJK Lynx, supported by Cruise Control on Hitz103.9FM by Mercury Quarye. Tickets are out on sale for the event at GHC 20 per person, Kindly call 0559858084 or 0233460188 to reserve a table or purchase your tickets.
SA: Afropunk Announces 2019 Battle Of The Bands Winners.
The winners for the 2019 Afropunk Battle of the Bands competition were announced at the weekend ahead of the festival on Constitutional Hill in Johannesburg, South Africa, on 30 and 31 December.
The winners, Muney and Shameless Band, will share the stage with such artists as Solange Knowles (US), Miguel (US) and NAO (UK). Other artists include Nigerian singer Burna Boy and southern African acts Sjava, Urban Village, Busiswa, Distruction Boyz, Sho Madjozi, Zoë Modiga, Morena Leraba, Darkie Fiction, TCIYF, Umlilo, DBN Gogo, Gina Jeanz, Lelowhatsgood and Fif Laaa.
The winning acts, which triumphed against Raspy and Yanga Yaya, will also receive an Africori distribution deal as well as the opportunity to meet London’s 2019 Battle of the Bands winners. The competition traditionally selects one band as a winner, but this year the orgnisers made a surprise as chose two acts.
“Every year, we get to witness amazing talent from young artists who are diverse and not afraid to express themselves freely in whatever form they feel like,” Afropunk co-founder Matthew Morgan said. “The Battle of the Bands platform has been a success in South Africa because of the multi-cultural landscape which inspires raw and untamed talent which is what we witnessed tonight. Congratulations to all the finalists and we’re really excited to see their rise to stardom.”
Africori head of operations Adam Tiran described this year’s competition as “an eclectic melting pot of daring talent with the potential to shape the country’s music landscape. Previous winners of the Battle of the Bands competition include Red Robyn, Ikati Esengxoweni and Stiff Pap.
The Afropunk Festival (commonly referred to as Afropunk or Afropunk Fest) is an annual arts festival that includes live music, film, fashion, and art produced by black artists. The festival made its first debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) in 2005, and has since expanded to other parts of the world. Originally co-founded by James Spooner and Matthew Morgan, the festival was inspired by Spooner's 2003 documentary film Afro-Punk, which spotlighted black punks across America and later culminated in a series of live shows entitled "The Liberation Sessions" co-curated by Spooner and Morgan.
The festival originally sought to provide black people an opportunity to build community within the predominantly white punk subculture and to provide a stage for black alternative performers that were not acknowledged in the mainstream and stood outside hip hop, R&B, soul, etc. To attract a wider audience, the festival shifted to include soul music and hip hop, which expanded its target demographic, attracting headliners including Ice Cube, Lauryn Hill, Lenny Kravitz, and Gary Clark, Jr.. Musical performers now represent a variety of genres, primarily known to reflect African-American culture.
Afropunk's changes to its diverse cultural showcase has allowed for the festival to build its masses to 60,000 attendees. Due to festival alterations that deviated from the original Afropunk culture, former co-founder, James Spooner made the decision to end his involvement in 2008. Soon after, Jocelyn Cooper was introduced to the festival as co-organizer, broadening Afropunk Fest to Atlanta, Paris, London, and Johannesburg, South Africa.
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