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Keche Set To Drop A New Banger ‘Today’.

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Following a successful release and promotion of their first single, “Odo” in 2019, multiple awards winning music group Keche is set to release another banger, dubbed “Today”, with production successfully accompanied by the sensational producer, FORQZY.

The GEM Rhythm frontliners, are determined to take Ghana music to a new heights with their new song, and the amazing hippie tune will sweep listeners off their feet as Pan African International Recognition Awards(PAIR-AWARDS) and Annual Discourse, “West African Music Group of the Year” is known for dropping exceptional bangers.

Keche have been in the news, following the release of their banger odo which has yielded positive results as people are still jamming to the never-dying rhythm. After laying low for a while, the duo are set to bring fire into the music industry and their previous banger is a living testimony.

Watch Keche – Odo (Official Video)

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Kojo Manuel Pays Homage to Abedi Pele at Cardi B In Ghana Concert

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The reigning Best MC/Hypeman in Ghana, Kojo Manuel otherwise known as Manny Yo showed his prowess last Sunday at the Accra Sports Stadium, as LiveSpot Nation brought Cardi B to the motherland.The first thing you would noticed about Kojo Manuel was that he was in an old colourful version of the Ghana Black Stars jersey of Abedi Pele, the maestro! With his tagline being, “we dey come play”, he was really out to play on the same pitch Abedi Pele made history so many times!

Not only did he control the crowd, he literally embodied the spirit & energy of the 3-time African Player of the Year on stage Adding to all the spice of the Year of Return for the diaspora and beyond! He worked seemlessly with DJ Vyrusky & DJ Aroma.On a night where not everything went to plan, one of the main highlights of the show was whenever Kojo Manuel was on stage interacting with the crowd. The shouts from the crowd could be heard all the way outside the Accra Sports Stadium as Manny Yo had them chanting and turning up!

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Yelling At Your Dog Makes It More Depressed.

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Whether it's chewing furniture or spreading muddy paws across the floor, stressed-out dog owners can often be quick to shout at their learning puppies when they do something wrong. But a new study has found that owners who adopt "punishment-based" training with their dogs may actually be making their animal depressed. 

According to the research by the University of Porto in Portugal, shouting and scolding methods of behaviour management can result in negative consequences in the future.

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Scientist Ana Catarina, who led the study, recruited 42 dogs from reward-based training schools, which use food or play to encourage good behaviours. She also enlisted pups from punishment-based programs, which use negative techniques including shouting.

The researchers filmed the two groups of dogs during training and tested their saliva before and after to look for the stress hormone, cortisol. Sadly, those dogs who were in the negative reinforcement group showed more signs of stress, lip-licking and yawning.

Those in the reward-based training groups showed almost no changes in their cortisol levels, both in the group and once they returned home.

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To find out whether the stressful effects lingered, researchers measured how the dogs responded to food rewards. Their findings discovered:

  • The dogs from the reward-based training ran excitedly to the food bowl
  • Those from punishment-based programs moved much more slowly to the bowl, unsure of whether to take the food or not

"[Reward-based training] may take time, but so what? At least the dog isn’t living in fear or constant stress," the researchers told Science Mag.

Marc Bekoff, an evolutionary biologist at the University of Colorado also commented on the study explaining: "[Punishment] training may seem to work in the short run, but these methods can have future negative consequences. These dogs are living in perpetual stress."

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NUDITY IN THE ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR: Destructive Or Constructive?

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Nowadays, African superstars love to show skin, whether it's in a music video, on stage or on the red carpet. Lately, nudity has caused controversy and quite a number of explicit videos have been censored or banned. Critics say watching African music videos now is the easiest and unconscious way of turning yourself on. They are now a subtle instrument for seduction.

It’s no secret nudity sells. Most fans are excited to see nudes. Some African stars have also gone wild on social media adopting nudity as a strategy to gain popularity. What is more, this seems to have negative impacts on the younger generation. Sex tapes and nude leaks are a normal phenomenon amongst young people. Unfortunately, a few that can’t stand the shame after a scandal end up taking their lives. Also, video directors are getting more expressive and are coming up with explicit sexual contents. Gone are the days when nudity in videos are shown in abstract, today, directors give us all the obscene details that raise moral questions.

Some years ago, Nigerian Actress Christabel Ekeh dropped a bombshell online to add her name to the black list. Reports speculate she’s off upstairs, however, her family insists Christabel is sane. Popular entertainers such as Kenya’s Avril Nyambura and Boity from South Africa say their leaks were due to hacks, Desire Luzinda was little known in Uganda, but when her nude photos went viral, she became an instant hit. Dj Crème was famous in Kenya not for his disc jockey skills, but a 5-minute sex tape leak.

When she leaked her nude photos, Ghanaian singer, Deborah Vanessa claimed she accrued $8,000 for her leaks. Also, that of Ghanaian actors, Moesha Budong, Efia Odo, Jessica Larny amongst others broke the internet. According to Jessica Larny, who is also a model, “If going half-naked or doing these shoots will put food on her table which it does anyway, she will do it, since it’s a certified profession, adding that shooting semi-nude photos pays better than what she makes from acting in a whole year.

Though we live in a society that treats female public nudity as a moral offense or a cause for concern and discussion, but not as a source of non-sexual female power, others believe nudity empowers. Truly, female nudity has power, and majority can’t resist the gaze, but at the end, It’s about choice, and what you choose to do, whether it is for a campaign or protest, for art or simply self-expression or self-love. Well, there are powerful, provocative and intelligent ways females can use their bodies, without having to bare them, however, the big question is… has money become the ultimate goal rather than using creativity as a tool to fix the society?(FlashAfrica)

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Junior_PSL _ Poverty Go Die _ (Prod. By King O & DjaeBanky)

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