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MTN ‘”Heroes Of Change Season 5” Enters Screening Stage.



MTN Ghana, some few months ago launched the 5th Season of the life-changing initiative, Heroes Of Change and opened the doors to the general public to nominate heroes brightening lives in their respective communities. Thousands of entries via their official website, emails, Whatsapp and Post Office Box has since been received.

Last week, the board in charge of shortlisting of nominees sat to kick start with the review of entries received. During the screening stage, the best 100 nominees were shortlisted among the over 1000 entries received.

Onward from this stage, the list then will go to the judges for a thorough review to choose the best 30 nominees from which the representatives from the board will go on a recce to ascertain what is really happening on the grounds.

If you nominated your hero for this year’s MTN Heroes Of Change, then keep your fingers crossed as the board is reviewing and your Hero could just be the winner of the cash price of GH 100,000 to further his/her project.

Event Reviews

SPAIN: Stonebwoy Proves Supremacy At The Rototom Sunsplash Festival.



Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall legend christined Livingstone Etse Satekla professionally known within the Reggae/Dancehall world as Stonebwoy, with enormous rhythmic diversity on offer throughout the Rototom Sunsplah chalked huge success after the he delivered a fascinating performance at this years edition of the festival.

With thousands of Reggae/Dancehall fanatics and a fully charged crowd in anticipation of Stonebwoy's performance, he delivered with overwhelming cheers from fans as he performed their favorite and most of his hits songs. His presence also set the whole Rototom Sunsplash awake, as festival goers were still demanding for more performances when the show was over.

This years edition of the Rototom Soundsplash witnessed some number of supporting performance. The Wednesday's main Stage hosted Grammy award winning music group, Morgan Heritage who performed together with Stonebwoy to deliver their undiluted talents to the reserved fans and crowd who roared in excitement to see Stonebwoy perform along side the group.

Stonebwoy's performance with Morgan Heritage.

A more surprising guest was Wednesday’s Lion Stage headliner Stonebwoy. Since recording began in Ghana, singers and players of instruments have come together. The night saw Rototom invite the Ghanaian performer to the Main Stage, while showcasing infectious Afro-Latin rhythms elsewhere. The forward-thinking reggae dynasty Stonebwoy shared everything from the title track to 2017’s album Strictly Roots, to his old favourites "People Dey" and "Hero", to his fresh music "Shuga".

The concert was a rather unique offering to fans who have been eagerly anticipating this event, as it provided fans the opportunity to experience the Reggae/Dancehall and Afro-pop sensation without the typical hordes of fans at his concerts. The event, however, did not disappoint, with "Top Skanka" providing an electric performance that came in three folds, The Liveband Reggae session, Dancehall session and the Afro-Beats session, living uneraseable memories on the minds of the fans.

The roots reggae of the 1970s was embodied by Stonebwoy, (backed by legendary studio band the Roots Radics, featuring bass player Flabba Holt, and guitarists Dwight Pinkney and Steve Golding) blended their distinctive voices over their vast catalogue of music. A very different take on reggae was experienced. Visiting Rototom for the first time, his fun, bouncy, speedy approach to music occupied a similar space in the evening.

Sound system boxes gave way to the Ghanaian performer, as the Main Stage went even further back in time. Evergreen mento group the Jolly Boys have been playing the precursor to reggae and ska since the late 1940s – and show no signs of slowing down. They stuck to mento staples like Hold Him Joe rather than their covers of Iggy Pop’s the Passenger and Bobby Fuller’s I Fought The Law. Before their performance they gave a talk at the Reggae University about how they have endured changing line-ups and fashions over the decades.

Grammy nominee, Stonebwoy, who knows how to engineer an event was locked in from the first minute, and refused to let anyone forget that he was giving this performance his all. He’s clearly been putting in the work to step his game up, but the true edge he has is still his eye as a visual storyteller. His showmanship on the night was a perfect liaison that cemented his worth on the night.

Stonebwoy's performance on Wednesday's edition of Rototom Sunsplah.

Rototom Sunsplash is a large European reggae festival, it takes place every summer at Benicassim (with beaches in the Mediterranean Sea), a few miles north of Valencia in Spain. Since 1994 it attracts thousands of reggae enthusiasts from all over the world, thanks to a vast cultural and musical program that lasts for a whole week.

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Adina To Tour New Zealand Due To High Demand For Her Music.



Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter Adina Thembi Ndamse better known by her stage name Adina has said, she will be touring New Zealand in October this year. 

The “killing me softly” Hit maker made this revelation in an interview on the Urban Blend on 3fm 92.7 with Miriam Osei-Agyeman. 

She said, ”we’re now about to go to New Zealand in October God willing”…there’s a lot of demand in New Zealand” The singer however mentioned that she hasn’t openly announced it to the New Zealand fans yet.

Also, when asked by Miriam how her fan base in South Africa is like, she said, “It’s not really big. It’s the Ghanaians and my family and friends out there that show me love and that’s about it, we have plans of establishing properly in the industry over there”

Adina has been doing amazingly well since her emergence on the music scene after she won the music reality show stars of the future in 2008.

She’s won female vocalist of the year at the VGMAs 2017, 2018, and other notable awards. Her Sekifest tour in the South Pacific was also a success.

Currently, the sensational songstress is out with a new banger titled “sika” written by KiDi and produced by MOG beatz.


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Fashion/ Beauty and Pageant

Miz Debbie Readies For Plus & Proud Event.



Known in real life as Miz Enyonam Ama Dabor, aka Miz Debbie has revealed that body enhancement products on plus size women don’t work.

The public speaker made this known in an interview with, that she has tried these body enhancement products and never worked for her before.

According to her, many plus size women send her message via her social media handles [Facebook, Instagram] complaining about their voluptuous body.

When quizzed how she replied and also counsel most of these ladies when they send these messages? She affirmed that it’s really difficult sometimes I try my best to motivate and also inspire them.

“I’m plus size and I’ve embraced… I’m confident with my body and I’m not shy about what I wear…” she strengthens plus size women.

She continued that “World Of Our Own Productions Present Next Generation with Miz Debbie” This will focus on high schools tertiary, churches to inspire the next generations.

“There will so many activities outlined after our unveiling of [Plus And Proud 101].

These voluptuous queens will be visiting Institutions (Secondary and Tertiary) to Organize Seminars, Donate and among other insightful activities.

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Musical Concert

Shatta Wale To Thrill Thousands At ‘Storm Reigns’ Concert.



Multiple awards winning Ghanaian recording and performing Reggae/Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii-Armah Mensah, known on stage as Shatta Wale is been billed to lead an army of Ghanaian perforfming artistes and music fanatics at this seasons edition of "Storm Reign Concert, in Cape Coast.

Scheduled to take place on September 6, 2019 at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium, the "I Know My Level" hitmaker will be performing together with mainstream artistes, including Kofi Kinaata, Tee Flow and Patapaa and are expected to thrill thousands of music lovers with their outstanding musical abilities.

The “Storm Reigns” Cape Coast Edition is the second in the series of musical concerts organised as part of Shatta Wale’s “Reign Album” tour of regional capitals. The concert also forms part of activities to climax this year’s Cape Coast ‘Fetu Afahye’ celebration.

Billed to assist performance are Orkortor Perry, Jay P, Kojo Vypa, Muller Palmer amongst others. Storm Reigns concert is a series of musical concerts organised by Global Media Alliance (GMA) and Kasapreko Ghana Limited, producers of Storm Energy Drink in collaboration with its brand ambassador, Shatta Wale.

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