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



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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Meet Blak P. Ghanaian Sensational Singer, Rapper, Song Writer And Sound Engineer.



Music is a constant joy, and there's no denying the extra thrill of the promise of a fresh year of brand new tunes. While of course music fans will continue their long-standing love affairs with established artists, the excitement of discovering completely new acts - the rising singer-songwriters, the bands who have spent years working on their craft, the painfully talented musicians who have so much to offer on a global stage - is even more appealing.

You've seen our DJs and Breakthrough DJs of 2018 play near-perfect sets all around the world, you've seen our stars of the year shine brighter than the rest over the last 12 months and you know what songs dominated the year just gone. But what about 2019, what about the next 12 months, who should you be listening to and keeping an eye on?

Ghanaian singer-songwriter and sound engineer, Blak P. has already started to make a sizeable impact on the industry in Ghana, but in case he's not on your radar yet, here's what you need to know: the young lad is already a superstar, who does rap genre of music, and sings better off, with critiques quizzing his strength.

Having been described as "witty, intelligent, an extrovert and piercingly insightful", born Adu Patrick, who hails from the hails from the Ashanti Region is preferably one of the fast rising artiste to add to your list of music acts to go and see in 2019. His artistry prowess and vocal dexterity has been the talk of most show business practictioner, as young chap is practically good at what he does.

Blak P. being a young chap has been working with lot of great mainstream artistes, including Yaa Pono, and the truth is, being an unheard artiste didn't deter him from achieving his goal. a situation he reveal was a period of grooming. The sound engineer has a song to his credit, tagged in a native lingo, ''Gyae Saa'' simply meaning, ''Stop That'' and has the objective of seizing women abuse.

The Ghanaian singer-songwriter, rapper and sound engineer, his music industry debut last year, after striving as an up and coming act. The singer and sound engineer, who inhabits the Greater Accra Regional capital says he’s eager to “be a good role model for the younger generation” – and he’s doing this by entering the industry with all the morale garnered underground. He’s only released one track so far, but it absolutely slays. He’s one to watch out for.

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By: Gerrard-Israel

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Worldmap Records Releases First Class Music Videos For Lega & JC



Worldmap Records has been quiet since the start of 2019 working on projects for their artistes - JC, Lega, Pacy and award winning contemporary highlife artiste - KK Fosu. Now it's rollout season, and they just released the music video for Pacy titled - Koti Beka. The three sensation afro-pop acts, which include Pacy Mordey, John Charles, 'JC' and Lega, have been tipped to take the Ghanaian music circles by storm.

The wait is over, Worldmap Records is dropping two music videos from Lega and JC.Shot by Prince Dovlo, Lega’s new music video for ‘Them Go Hear’ featuring DJ Blackboi & Kasarehas an infectious and dance-able song with a signature of African elements and pop. The music video has well choreographed dance scenes and is already doing well on the streets.

The music video for JC was shot in a village setting and directed by Prince Dovlo. The video highlights the influence money has on the relationship of ‘broke’ lovebirds in the village. JC’s lover - Philomena is forced by the dad to marry a rich city man at the end music video.“Despite not announcing a release date for the videos, Worldmap Records dishing out two new videos certainly should give fans hope that there is more to come from us”, Mr. Frank Gogo, Chief Executive Officer of World Map records said.Fans and celebrities alike have been clamoring for KK Fosu’s new video titled ‘Odo Nti’ after KK Fosu released teasers for it over the past few weeks on social media.

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Pacy Drops Mind Blowing For ‘Koti Beka



The last three years have proven to birth quality talents such as Ebony, Wendy Shay, eShun, S3fa, Nina Ricchie and more in the evolving realm of Afrobeats and Rhythm & Blues in Ghana. Now is the turn of Pacy.
Pacy known in real life as Mordey Patricia Sedinam Kafui has been around for a number of years, but 2019 is the start of a new era for singer.Pacy is destined to be a fan favorite as she drops her video for ‘Koti Beka’ which was shot by Prince Dovlo. Koti Beka’ single is the perfect way to cap off the year.‘Koti Beka’ music video is the visual you need to start your 2019 off right.

Pacy is signed to Worldmap Records, the label and management collective her.KK Fosu is a label mate and a big fan of her music, he has promised to be involved in her upcoming album.
This year, Pacy plans to get involved with the festival season, play shows in neighboring African countries as well as the regions of Ghana and drop a few more singles as she works on her major project.
With new materials promised throughout 2019, Pacy will be one to keep your eye on.

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Emerging Young Artistes To Look Out For In 2019.



We always look back on this kind of list and think, In the past, it usually took a year or two for an artist to really find their groove and reach their audience. One or two early singles would lead to initial buzz, but that breakthrough moment took time.

In 2018, we saw how fast things move. J. Derobie might be the perfect example; he went from a virtually unknown artist to a bona fide superstar in a matter of months. There's no right or wrong path to a successful music career—we're still seeing a lot of artists take the slow and steady route—but in 2019, it's clear that anything is possible.

This list is by no means an attempt to name all of 2019's potential breakthrough acts. There are plenty of other artists who could have been included, but these are some of our favorites. In no particular order, these are the Top 5 new acts who needs a listening ear in 2019.


By the time Bruno Bright Arhin known as Kojo Dain released his ''Don't Keeping Me Waiting'' , ''Weytin We Gain'' cover, he was already one of the most buzzed about new artists in the music industry. His breakout song "Angelina" has tens of thousand of plays across platforms, and his success seems inevitable.

But perhaps the most interesting thing about the covers is that they are just that—Covers—and Kojo Dain wrote those songs. Kojo Dain is destined to be a fan favorite, even if his hyper accessible music doesn't impress critics in these early days. They compare most of his delivery to most mainstream artistes performance.

But these days, being a critic's darling isn't worth much. Kojo Dain's music is already connecting with the masses, and despite what naysayers feel, we like his songwriting, plus he's an impressive keyboardist.


I feel Banjui is already a legend despite the fact that I get the sense he feels he has not even hit his peak and introduced into the lime light yet. He is creating content that will outlive him. On the musical level he remains one of the top fast rising stage performers on the in Ghana, and also went on to drop a few hits in the year.

He is legally called, Bani Jude Delali and was born on 16th September 1987 in West Africa, Ghana, Tema in theGreater Accra Region. Banju-i's love forReggae/Dancehall music was realised at the age of 7 when he will get beatenby his dad for sneaking into his wardrobe to pick up cassettes/records ofreggae artists like Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Lucky Dube, Culture, BujuBanton, Shaba Ranks etc Just for his listening pleasures.

The young performing art who inhabits the Southern part of Greater Accra, Tema is one of a select few young artists, if any, who have ensured that each year since realizing his talent, have hit songs within the calendar year. He's emulated the footsteps of his predecessors, releasing mouth watering tunes Legalize It, Run Dem Out(#LightOutRiddim), One Step Ahead which is not expected from a young artiste.


O.V is that jeune fille who has not attained 12% of her potential but already has the town talking. She is immensely talented and made sure she had songs to shore up her beginnings. Among the new breed of acts, he is the best stage performer though with a long way to go to reach those dizzying heights set by her pioneers.

I saw her play live band at the BHiM Concert and she was simply sensational. Lyrically she seems diverse as well and has shown that he can work with different talents and deliver well.

Christened Barbara Naa Okailey Nyarko at birth, she is known in the music circles as OV while her spectacular touch of writing and delivering her verses on her songs earned her the name “Okailey Verse”. She has some few songs enjoying massive airplay with latest jam 'Want Me' featuring african Dancehall King, Stonebwoy.

She is currently signed unto the Burniton Music Group, and I pretty much sure Stonebwoy and Blakk Cedi has some good developmental plan for this lass and they work together to become the big acts she seems destined to be. I am also looking forward to a steady release of bangers like he has started.


J Derobie born Derrick Obobbie Junior is a fast-rising Ghanaian dancehall artiste who idolizes afro-beat star Mr Eazi a lot and wants to be like him in the near future.

He was born in the Northern Region of Ghana, brought to Nungua, stayed at Midie for some time and he went back to the North to school. He returned to Accra after completing Dagbon Stage Senior High School for his senior high school level education.

J Derobie was among the few chosen for a project launched by Mr Eazi which was named the EMPAWA 100 project and promised to shoot music videos for 100 upcoming artists who were chosen. His song “Poverty” was his breakthrough. According to him, he started writing the song in June 2018 and couldn’t figure out an appropriate title for it until he settled on poverty since a lot of people were complaining about it. Before ‘Poverty’, he had released ‘Awuradee’, ‘Vim’ and ‘Odo Yewu.’

Having courted the attention of great dancehall musicians like Popcaan, Kranium, Shatta Wale and the like, up and coming dancehall act, J Derobie is making great strides with his new music.


Has this very young talented Afropop, Dancehall & Hip-hop Artist. Born on 3rd August, Hanson Kwadjo Mensah Avalorm, popularly Known in showbiz as Qwadjo Keys been the the busiest up and coming artiste? He probably is. He has released a lot of tunes, some dope, the rest just ok.

Qwadjo Keys who officially took up the mantle in making music his life career, recorded his first single “Wha Gwan” by then his artistic brand name was Addi-Blame and also did a studio video for ''Done Dem'' which is one of his dope Dancehall songs at the age of 16.

Qwadjo Keys decided to release songs to keep him active after his song Wha Gwan and his Studio Video(which is Still available on YouTube). He released songs like Help the children, High Mi High, You Better, Mi Love, We need Peace, Holy Ghost Fire, Baamugindakowa, Complicated and few others which was all produced by himself (Badboss),


Within her jurisdiction, it appears the most visible female fast rising female artist we had in 2018 was Tyra Meek. Molded into the Best Music Records fraternity, she has had a number of songs released in using 2018 as your year of review, and as expected, they are all sexually suggestive.

Laweh Millicent known in showbiz the fraternity as Tyra Meek was born on the 2nd September 1998 at Somanya in the Eastern Region. She had her basic education at Ashalaji MA basic school in Ashalaji-Amasaman and a 2017 candidate of Yilo Krobo Senior High School(YIKROSEC).

She was then signed to Best Music Records where she had had her debut commercial record dubbed "Demon" in September 2018 and the second "Suicide Love" in January 2019. Tyra Meek became the public interest and was attributed to American female super star R&B/hiphop music performer Rihana.

Her hardwork, commitment and professionalism had earn her a great reputation before the mass and now one among the best young fast rising female musicians Ghana can boast of. A little encouragement and perhaps a shake-up in her creative output may be of help.


Chris Phoebus is vocally brilliant and has some exciting songwriting ability. He always says he wants to be like singer Robert Kelly(R. Kelly). That is a huge task to put on one’s self because, we all know R. Kelly is a huge brand, despite the few controversies generated around him recently.

Born Chris Agbenu musical influence however grew from time and specially in secondary school when he used to listen to a couple of Top notched artists such as RKelly, bob Marley and lucky dube and he begun to mime to their music. That was when he begin to write his own lines on their instrumentals and rhythms.

Around the same time he began recording his own material and released his first demo in 2009. .The young versatile artiste began to get a little buzz as he started putting his music on social media to get more listeners on the online media. The budding artiste does diverse genres ranging from hip-hop,RnB ,dancehall and Afro pop. He’s currently signed to FMF entertainment and dropped an album last year in London entitled “PROPHECY”.

He’s One Artise who have been tagged to be the new face of the Ghanaian music fraternity. Silky voice ,lyrics dexterity and amazing stage performance and also he Recently performed in South Africa in the 2018 Ghana music awards SA , Other international performances included nigeria and London.

Ghana's Entertainment industry is arguably evolving. But, definitely we need to tackle issues of promotions, roles of DJs, roles of radio and TV stations and media in general, appropriateness of ‘beats’ for both the Ghanaian and international markets. The dialogue has just seen a beggining.

By: Gerrard-Israel

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