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Rapperholic 2019 Tickets To Be Out On Monday, October 14.



Tickets for Sarkodie’s
Rapperholic concert for this year will be released on Monday, October 14,

Sarkodie and his Team
Sarknation, are doing a 5-day countdown for the highly anticipated event slated
for December 25. The event which stages annually (on the same day, December
25), moves to the Grand Arena, the newly built dome at the Conference Centre in

Details on ticket
prices/packages and outlets will be out for public on the said day
— Monday, October 14, 2019. 

Rapperholic 2019 was launched
few weeks ago at a press soirée in Accra. 

Sarkodie had a big win at BETs
last weekend as “International Act For Best Flow”, a newly created category of
which he’s the first ever to win from Africa. 

Do keep up with his pages on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter @Sarkodie.



DJ Lord Hosts GTUC Akwaaba Night 2019.



DJ Lord made the Ghana Technology University College come alive when he partnered with the school to host this year’s ‘Akwaaba Night’.

The event came off on Friday, November 8, at the campus of the Ghana Technology University College.

Together with the school’s Students Representative Council (SRC), DJ Lord hosted some of Ghana’s finest artistes at the event.

According to DJ Lord, who is an old student of GTUC, the event was ‘a way of giving back to an institution that aided with [his] grooming’.

There were performances from Guru, Sister Derby, Article Wan, Kofi Mole and Kojo Manuel served as MC.

Patrons of the event had an unforgettable moment when DJ Lord treated the them to all the trendy songs in Ghana.

Students could be seen dancing, jumping and cheering DJ Lord for his exceptional skills.

Check out highlights of the event below:
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Awards and Ceremoinies

George Quaye Wins ‘Best Producer/Event Planner’ Award.



Communications Manager and Head of Productions at Charterhouse Ghana Ltd, George Quaye, is currently in the United Arab Emirates, for the World Changers Summit, being held at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Dubai.

George, renowned for his expertise in event planning and production has also been awarded as the Wold Changers Summit’s ‘Best Producer/Event Planner’.

He would also be admitted as a member of the World Changers Summit.

The World Changers Summit is organized by Charisma University and the American International Theology University.

It aims to give global recognition to innovative business leaders as it brings first-class entrepreneurs, prominent Chief Executives and Government officials together.

The Summit also is geared at enhancing the lives of top business executives and professionals.

It is to help members enhance great ideas which will promote long term partnership and facilitate progressive growth within respective industries.


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Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Others To Perform At The 2019 MVAs.



GREATER ACCRA, GHANA - A legion of Ghanaian mainstream (A-List) recording and performing artiste will be entertaining a host of patrons at the 10th installment of MTN 4Syte Music Video Awards.

Slated for 16th November, 2019 at the Kempinski Gold Coast City hotel, the event will witness performances from Grammy award nominee; Stonebwoy, BET Hip Pop Award winner; Sarkodie, controversial dancehall artiste; Shatta Wale, Rapper Kwaw Kese, R2Bees. They will be supported by DarkoVibes, Wendy Shay, Medikal, RJZ, Quamina MP and Lord Paper.

Celebrating a decade since its inception, the awards night promises to leave remarkable memory on the minds of patrons, as the enlisted performers are poised for action with their undiluted talent.

4syte TV over the years since the installment of the award scheme has encouraged more artistes to invest heavily in the production of their music videos. This has resulted in the delivery of excellent videos by some of these artistes and has as such raised the bar in the scope of music videos in the country. The awards event is to reward creativity in the production of music videos released between 2018 and 2019.

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MOBO Awards To Return In 2020 After Hiatus.



The MOBO Awards, a U.K. award show which honors "music of black origin" (hence the name), are set to return following a two-year hiatus. The awards, which are the U.K. equivalent of the BET Awards or the Soul Train Music Awards, date to 1996.

The next show is set for Nov. 12, 2020 at London's SSE Arena Wembley. The awards were last presented in November 2017. In 2018, organizers announced that the ceremony would take a one-year hiatus in order to plan a "bigger, revamped show" in 2019. It stretched to two.

In a statement, MOBO founder Kanya King said, "We are returning with even more determination and energy to support and boost our culture wherever we can. 2020 will see many positive changes that will impact more and more talented young people -- very proud to be back and to help ensure that the younger generation will also dare to dream."

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The 2020 show would have been the show's 25th anniversary show. Because of the missed shows, it will be the 23rd. It will be the first time the MOJOs have been held in London since 2014. A statement promises, "Having taken the ceremony to Leeds, Glasgow and Liverpool in previous years, we’re heading home in 2020."

King launched the MOBO awards to establish a platform for a broad range of black music styles, including urban, hip hop, R&B and reggae. The show has also honored grime, jazz, gospel and African music. The MOBOs now frame their show as a "celebration of British urban talent."

The MOBOs have drawn criticism for honoring too many American artists. 50 Cent won both best album and best single in 2003. Other American best album winners are Usher, Alicia Keys and Kanye West. Other American best single winners are BeBe Winans (as a featured artist on Eternal's "I Wanna Be the Only One"), Destiny's Child, Beyonce and Ne-Yo.

The show has also stirred controversy by awarding white artists on occasion. Sam Smith, for example, won both best album and best single in 2014.

In 2003, a boycott effort emerged after Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera won for Best R&B act and best video respectively. (Aguilera won for "Dirrty" featuring Redman.) The Independent described the wins as being the result of the "white appropriation of black music." A MOBO spokesperson defended the artists' nominations, stating that the awards were designed to honor achievements in music of black origin, regardless of the ethnicity of their performers.

Other major winners at the MOBO Awards include Jessie J, who won both best album and best single in 2011, and Gabrielle, JLS and Krept & Konan, who won in both caegories, but not in the same year.

It's unusual for an awards show to take a hiatus and return, but it has happened before. The BRIT Awards, the U.K. equivalent of the Grammys, were founded in 1977 and returned, following a four-year hiatus, in 1982. In the U.S., the Billboard Music Awards took a four-year hiatus from 2007 to 2010, but managed to regain their footing.

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