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“I’m Not Ebony Reigns’ Replacement. – Nikki Banks

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GREATER ACCRA, GHANA – Belinda Asabea, Ghanaian born reggae-dancehall, and afro-fusion recording and performing artiste, known within the entertainment landscape as Nikki Banks, has stated that, contrary to reports circulating within the media space, she is not the replacement of the late reggae-dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns.

According to the Double flex entertainment and record label frontliner, she has a unique personality that is totally different to the late singer, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, explaining that, she posses characteristics and qualities that embolden her to look odd out of the masses.

Reports circulating within a cross-section of the traditional media and on the social media has it that, Nikki Banks is a perfect replacement for the late Ebony Reigns as far as her voice and singing style are concerned. Ebony was killed instantly in a traffic collision on 8 February 2018 whilst returning from Sunyani to Accra after a visit to her mother.

However, speaking in the opposite direction of these reports, Nikki Banks revealed that, she’s never the replacement nor the successor of the late Ghanaian musician, urging the traditional media to desist from such reportage and accept her as who she is, so that she can produce and release good song for love of the culture.

Nikki Bank was born and raised in Akuapem Mampong in the Eastern Region, of Ghana, Berlinda comes from a family of 5; she is the second born. She cites the music of Jane Macgizmo as an early influence at an early age. The girlhood idol became her mentor when she was at the age of 12.

Upon discovery, Double flex entertainment took her under his wing to show her the ropes of the music industry and introduced her to her manager, a music business mogul, Latoya Smith who would go on to manage Nikki’s illustrious career. She currently has her first single out titled, “Roman Sister”, produced by one of the finest Beat makers MOG.

The tune comprises of distinctive musical communication elements, incorporating instrumentals and vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner. In the song, Nikki Banks was responding to critics who were describing her to be naughty and a bad girl. According some critics, she does the unthinkable just to achieve what she wants, but to deny all these claims, Nikki stated that she is a Roman Sister, that even make her a good girl.

This tune will definitely have you feeling bubbly on your feet, stream below;

https://audiomack.com/artist/doubleflex

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Stonebwoy And Beat Da’Kay To Work On A New Banger.

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Award-winning Ghanaian reggae-dancehall musician, Livingstone Etse Satekla, known as, Stonebwoy, will be releasing 3 jams this December and features some top Ghanaian artistes, Kidi and Kuame Eugene on each of the tunes.

Stonebwoy has released some bangers this year with top musicians like Beenie Man, Teni. With little known about the yet to be released tunes, it is believed that, the projects will be of standard. Ghanaian sound engineer, Beat Dakay, whom the ‘Top Skanka’ hitmaker previously had a rift with also feature on the other song which is set to be released next month.

Stonebwoy is keen on setting a record before the end of the year as he already has two concerts scheduled for November and December respectively. The Afro dancehall artiste announced that his flagship concert, Ashaiman to the world is set to hold on 30th of November followed by a trip to Tamale for the 2019 Bhim Concert which is scheduled for 21st December at the Tamale sports stadium.

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“God Took Me Out Of Pornography. – Kobbysalm

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It is no doubt that one faces a lot of challenges and hurdles in life; many are scared to break out of such holdbacks especially when it forms part of their darkest secrets. 

There is always a way out with Jesus in the picture, to that effect, award-winning urban gospel artiste Kobbysalm juggles up the hardest addiction he had to deal with in life - pornography.

Upon encountering christ a huge turn over has taken place in his life hence his new hit single titled ‘Today Today’.

Listen to it below:

www.soundcloud.com/kobbysalm/today-today

Itunes 

https://music.apple.com/gh/album/today-today/1484535625?i=1484535630

YouTube 

https://youtu.be/kiXjYmr3wQs

KobbySalm has been a major star of urban gospel music for some years, but it’s his recent collaboration effort with Kingzkid on the Uncommon EP that has put a new light on him.

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NEW MUSIC: Reggie N Bollie ft Samini – ‘African Dancehall Party’

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Reggie N Bollie have today (15 November, 201)9 announced the the official release of their much anticipated song, 'African Dancehall Party' featuring Samini. It is being touted one of the biggest collaborations in recent times and a sure anthem for the clubs and dance floors. 

'African Dancehall Party' which is released today, on the F.R.O.D. Music label, is available for streaming and download on all worldwide digital platforms.

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“Mobile Phones Contribute To Marital Disorders. – Okyeame Kwame

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian musician, Okyeame Kwame, has addressed a critical issue that is affecting most relationships, the world over.

In one of his songs called ‘Dum Fon No’, the Rap Dacta tells the story of a married man asking his wife to put off her phone and pay attention to him. ‘Dum Fon No’, taken off the ‘Made in Ghana’ album features Yaa Yaa.

According to Okyeame Kwame this song was done out of his personal life experience. He told Jessica Opare Saforo on Citi 97.3 FM that he chose to tackle phubbing (the practice of ignoring one's companion or companions in order to pay attention to one's phone or other mobile devices) because it is the number one reason for most problems in relationships in the world.

“Most marriages are breaking up because of people’s attachment to the phone and what they do on the phone,” he said.

Phubbing makes room for cheating and all the strange things the phone will help you do. "It is very important that we look at this phenomenon with a critical eye. It gets to a time, you need to turn the phone off,” he further advised.

Okyeame is married to Annica Nsia-Apau. They are blessed with two children; Sir Kwame Nsia-Bota and Sante Antwiwa Nsia-Apau.

Watch the video of ‘Dum Fon No’ below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Lz1Qyot-mo

(Source: Emmanuel Dadzie)

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