Award-winning artist Sarkodie in collaboration with A-Team Productions has launched the 2019 Rapperholic concert.
Dubbed the Unstoppable Edition this year’s Rapperholic, according to the organisers, is going to be world-class show class show with a memorable atmosphere.
Cynthia Quarcoo of Africa 1 Media and a member of team Sarkodie, stated that “We are going to every length we can to project Rapperholic to the world”
Taking his turn to speak, Sarkodie shared the dream he has for the 2019 Rapperholic; “I want a show that if I was an audience I will be wowed!”.
Sarkodie, drapped in a tracksuit with a “Game Changer” inscription also touched on the issues concerning the previous Rapperholic venues after A-Team Productions said there will be a change in venue from the Accra International Conference Center(AICC) to the Grand Arena Conference Center.
The Grand Arena Conference Center, a 4000 seating auditorium, is located on the premises of the AICC and will be best remembered for hosting the 2019 VGMAs.
Event producers, AA Productions also touched on the issues of tickets of previous Rapperholic concerts emphasising their desire to put together the best ticketing system so much so that they will have a system in which 25 people will walk through the venue gates within a minute.
Tickets will go on sale from 1st October 2019 via the 2019 Rapperholic online outlets with the details concerning the prices of the Rapperholic tickets to be announced at a later date.
Rapperholic 2019, the Unstoppable Edition, will take place on 25th December 2019.
Takoradi, Kumasi, Koforidua, Tamale Battle For Hosting Right of BHiM Concert.
GREATER ACCRA, GHANA - Summing up to four (4) capital cities out the 16 regions in Ghana, Koforidua, Tamale, Kumasi, and Takoradi are keen and contesting for the hosting rights for the 2019 installment of the annual concert hosted by multiple awards winning reggae-dancehall artiste; Stonebwoy dubbed the "BHiM Concert"
For the best of reasons known to the Burniton Music Group (BMG) and the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of the record label, Stonebwoy, this year's edition of the most attend outdoor musical concert will be staged and hosted out of the capital city of Ghana, with plans of taking it to either, Tamale, Koforidua, Takoradi, and Kumasi.
Reggae/Dancehall god, Stonebwoy, is readying for yet another thrilling edition of the renowned BHIM concert. Last year’s ‘Fill The Dome’ edition saw thousands of fans packed up inside the Fantasy Dome and served good music that exceeded expectation. While we wait for the host city to be announced, let's go through the suggested cities, to check which the cap will fit;
KUMASI - Kumasi is the capital city of the Ashanti Region, in southern Ghana. It’s known as a center for Ashanti culture. In the huge, open-air Kejetia Market, stalls sell everything from glass beads to Ashanti sandals. The National Cultural Centre offers craft workshops and dance performances. It includes the Prempeh II Jubilee Museum, which displays jewelry and ceremonial clothing belonging to the 20th-century Ashanti king.
KOFORIDUA, also popularly known as K-dua or kof town, is a city and capital of Eastern Region in south Ghana. The city was founded in 1875 . The city has a settlement city proper population of 183,727 people in 2010. The city is an amalgamation of 2 Manucipalities New Juaben North and South.The centre of the city is made up of a blend of colonial and present day architecture. Koforidua serves as a commercial centre for the Eastern region and New-Juaben Municipal District. The city is home to many businesses, with the exception of heavy duty industries.
TAMALE - Tamale is the capital city of the Northern Region of Ghana, West Africa. It’s known for its traditional mosques and large Central Mosque. The Centre for National Culture sells handicrafts and stages music and dance performances. The Central Market has goods like fabric and fruit. East of Tamale are local kraal buildings with conical straw roofs. To the west, Mole National Park is home to elephants and leopards.
SEKONDI-TAKORADI, a city comprising the twin cities of Sekondi and Takoradi. It is the capital of Sekondi – Takoradi Metropolitan District and the Western Region of Ghana. Sekondi-Takoradi is the region's largest city and an industrial and commercial centre, with a population of 445,205 people (2012). Takoradi Technical University (TTU) Faculty of Applied Arts and Technology
The chief industries in Sekondi-Takoradi are timber, cocoa processing, plywood, shipbuilding, its harbour and railway repair, and recently, sweet crude oil and crude oil. The fundamental job in Sekondi-Takoradi is fishing. Sekondi-Takoradi lies on the main railway lines to Kumasi and Accra.
Sarkodie, Obrafour Join Edemfest 2019 Line Up.
GREATER ACCRA, GHANA - Edemfest 2019 is already looking good with a great star line up. Host artiste, Edem, on Monday, October 21, 2019 announced 2 major acts supporting the festival this year.
Sarkodie and Obrafour, Ghanaian Rap Heavyweights with equally befitting legendary status like Edem came through Social media announcement as the first wave of artistes officially confirmed to perform on the night of November 1, 2019 at Aborigines Beach in Keta.
The theme for this year’s festival highlights on the “Year Of Return”, not just for diasporeans but for fellow Voltarians who have for long not visited home to commune. Edemfest is also calling out the Non-Ewe Community to also come to Volta Region and enjoy it’s rich tradition and tourism, amidst other key positive influences.
With over 30,000 audience pulled at the 2018 edition along the coastal belt of the Volta Region, multiple award-winning Rapper, Edem, is very hopeful of doubling the figures he got from last year’s attendance.
Edemfest which started at a music festival and records its 3rd edition this year has become more of a tradition than just a fun-filled congregation. In lieu with the Hogbetsotso festival of the Anlo Community (annual festival), Edemfest also pulls a mammoth crowd and countless tourists to the Southern part of Volta increasing returns on both local and ‘foreign’ businesses who come to exhibit during the period.
Edemfest, powered by Edem and his Team, Volta Regime Music Group (VRMG), has been an open to air music and arts event which admits for FREE. The next wave of artistes will be announced progressively to the main event as well as some follow up activations. Be on the look out!
(Story: Elorm Beenie)
The “Hahaha Show” Ready To Thrill Fans To A Wonderful Evening Of Music & Comedy.
The monthly comedy show, Hahaha Show is coming your way again with another hilarious and rib-cracking show. The show has made a name for itself as being one of the few consistent shows for comedic content. The show has seen top performers pass through to exhibit their talent.
Performers such as Comedian OB, Comedian Khemikal, MJ the comedian, Comedian Waris and German Comedian Toby Arsalan to mention a few, have graced the show and delivered master class performances. The Host, Nii Kpakpo Thompson is also one of the ingredient for the success of the show. He is loved by the entire audience. It is never a dull moment with him on stage as he keeps the momentum going after each performer.
This month’s edition, the comedians billed to perform include Augustin Dennis, Khemikal, Genesis, Nii OO NIi and OJOO, DJ Benji would be on the turn tables to entertain the audience to a wonderful hit. There would also be music and poetry performance by Seyram and Akambo respectively. On the night, Obrempong would be the Mcee.
The show is slated for Saturday, October 26 2019. Tickets are going for a cool Ghc 49.00 which come with free Wifi and Free Bufallo Wings. The show is happening at the Rockstone’s Office at 6pm on the dot. For more enquiries call 0242919230.
The show is proudly partnered with the management of Rockstone’s Office and 4byte Media. The Hahaha Show comes off every last Saturday of every month.
(Source: Fenuku Augustine)
Kwame Dadzie Highlights 5 Reasons Shatta Wale’s Reign Concert Recorded Low Patronage.
The fact that Shatta Wale is the artiste with the biggest fan base in Ghana is no gainsaying.
This has been evident in shows he has organized in the past and the responsiveness to his call by his fans even on social media.
Last year, Shatta Wale made a big statement in the history of music in Ghana; he filled the auditorium of the biggest Dome in Ghana at the moment (15,000 capacity), the Fantasy to the gills.
Aside from that, there were scores of people outside the auditorium who had either not had access to the Dome or just passed through to enjoy the ambience.
This year, however, the numbers were lower; the auditorium was half empty (you can say “half-full”) and the people outside were not as many as last year’s.
I had not expected to see such an attendance.
While at it, I decided to do some brainstorming to find out what could have contributed to the low patronage.
1. Low Publicity: The publicity for the event was not as intense as last year’s. The ‘Reign Album’ came with a lot of promotional strategies including the logos and paraphernalia. Up till now, these regalia are selling on the market. ‘Wonder Boy’ did not enjoy that.
2. The Maiden Edition: Last year’s Reign Concert was not the first time Shatta Wale had organized a show for his audience but it was the first time he put together a paid-for show in such a huge auditorium. It was also the launch of his ‘Reign Album’, an album that has been giving so much hype as ‘unprecedented’ in the history of Ghanaian music.
3. The Shatta-Stone Rivalry: It appears the peace between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy has quenched the razzmatazz that comes with activities involving the two acts. Last year, there was a euphoria with whether Shatta could fill the Fantasy Dome, just to prove a point to Stonebwoy. Since the beef was squashed there seems to have been no motivation for events organized by the two acts. There was no suspense for this year’s Reign Concert.
4. The Rate: Last year, the tickets for Regular attendees was GHc 20 and VIP, GHc 50. This enabled most of Shatta Wale’s core fans to get access to the show. This year, the rate was pegged at 50gh regular and 100gh VIP.
5. The NAM 1 Factor: Shatta Wale was blessed while with Zylofon Music record label, a company that is owned by Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM1. Obviously, he had financial support from the record label last year. This year, however, Zylofon Music which is owned by NAM1 whose gold dealership company had been closed by the Securities and Exchange Commission for not having the right documents has been inactive. Aside from that, it had been announced that Shatta’s contract with the company had expired. This means he may not have had enough financial resources to promote this year’s Reign Concert.
(Source: Ghana Weekend)
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