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Rewind Concert Slated For December 21.



Blow Media presents ‘REWIND CONCERT’, an initiative hatched to reactivate the careers of the pacesetters of the hip life genre as well as introduce their fans to their new music.

Concerns have being raised about event organizers not seeking the services of artiste who fall within the hip life pacesetters bracket, this trend which has pertained for a long time has immensely affected the careers of this category of musicians living most of them on the breadline.

There is enough evidence to show that music lovers have missed these musicians and will welcome any opportunity to watch them perform.

Rewind tour the musical performance component of the project will take 8 hip life artistes to 25 destinations across Ghana and Overseas, beginning with Kumasi edition on 21st December, 2019 at Sunset Hotel. This tour aims at bringing back these hip life artistes whose works have stood test of time on the path of revenue generation through performances.

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The Touch Down Party Day Party



Coming back with a new twist, the best touchdown day party dubbed Deuces 3 promises to thrill you this December. Deuces 3 comes in a form of a Carnival Vibe with a mini concert, meet and greet, a cookout and mouthwatering BBQ. This is going to be the wildest and lit day party in Accra you might ever attend. The TouchDown day party happens @ Serallio, Osu on the 26th of December, 2019 This event is powered by Zone 36, TagSounds , TJE, Khareem and supported by GeorgeBritton

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ATTWF’19: Dr. Louisa, T.L.F. Examine Thousands Of Ghanaians. – (PHOTOS)



ASHAIMAN, GHANA ( – Prior to the 2019 Ashaiman To The World Festival (ATTWF) sequel, better half of newly minted 3 times AFRIMA Reggae/Ragga & Dancehall Artiste of the Year; Stonebwoy, Dr. Louisa A. Satekla and a non-profitable, and charitable non-governmental organization founded and headed by Livingstone Etse Satekla, The Livingstone Foundation (TLF) have organized a free health screening and campaign to curb and create primitive awareness of health related disorders that can be contracted by humans.

The exercise, which was slated for Friday, 29th November, 2019 successfully witnessed and screened over 2000 residents of Ashaiman and Ghana at large at the Mandela Park (Kaketo). Natives who trooped in were screened for diseases such, HIV/AIDS, poor vision, dental and other basic health screen that will practically cost a patient at public or private health facilities. Drugs were provided for natives that had some unhygienic results, they were also educated on the risk factors of contracting minor and deadly diseases, the importance of early detection and treatment as well as self-examination.

The Livingstone Foundation’s (TLF) health screening and awareness campaign is part of the organization’s health care project that has the objective of providing basic health care for both the underprivileged and privileged. Its a first-rate activities/events that brought professionals and social networks across the world to create awareness and fight against health related disorders, and also giving back to society for their humongous and steadily support thrown behind the Ghanaian celebrated Reggae/Ragge & Dancehall Artiste, Stonebwoy.

There are about 1.38 million new cases and 458 000 deaths from poor health condition each year (IARC Globocan, 2008). Most cancerous disease is by far the most common in both men and women worldwide, both in the developed and developing countries. In low- and middle-income countries the incidence has been rising up steadily in the last years due to increase in life expectancy, increase urbanization and adoption of western lifestyles. The majority of deaths (269 000) occur in low- and middle-income countries, where most citizens are diagnosed in late stages due mainly to lack of awareness on early detection and barriers to health services. A situation that can be reverted if adequate public health programmes are put in place.

However, Speaking in an interview with Gerrard-Israel, Dr. Louisa stated that the free health care screening was a chance to raise awareness about the importance of detecting early health related disorders, make a difference, spread the word about mammograms, and encourage communities, organizations, families, and individuals to get involved.

She added, the screening exercise was an effort to reduce the stigma of virus and cancerous diseases through early education on symptoms and treatment, explaining that, greater knowledge will lead to earlier detection of such diseases, which is associated with higher long-term survival rates.

Dr. Louisa also revealed that, the free health screening will go a long way live and serve the community as far as the Ashaiman To The World Festival is concerned, adding that, the foundation is arraying some mechanisms to initiate and replicate this worthy course in other regions in Ghana.

Prevention is better than cure and Dr. Louisa Satekla therefore encouraged early screening for health related diseases and is keen on using her platform to provide help centres for patients and survivors as part of her mission to improve health care in Africa. Since its inception, the Livingstone Foundation has piratically and significantly improved and impacted lives of many and plan to extend their support across Africa.

Reiterating his wife’s submission, Livingstone Etse Satekla stated that, this free health screening is sane and will continue to embed a sense of positive health care on the mind of the natives. He extended a profound gratitude to natives, Municipal Chief Executive, the Ashaiman Police Department, BHiM Nation, waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Limited, media houses, Doctors and other notable dignitaries that were present to make this remarkable initiative a success.

Stonebwoy is set to stage the 6th edition of his annual Ashaiman to the festival, slated for 30 November, 2019 at the iconic Sakasaka park, Ashaiman at 5:00 pm.

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VIDEO: Guru Commence His Hood Tour With An Outstanding Performance At Madina, And Ashongman.



Some few months ago he announced his intentions of touring eleven (11) localities within the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) as a sign of showing gratitude to his fans for their immense support to elevate his craft, however, Renowned rapper and hiplife artiste, Guru, in collaboration with NKZ Music didn't disappoint as they presented the Hood Tour concert to the natives of Madina.

The event which commenced on the 15th of November, witnessed a mammoth crowd gathered at the Ashongman Atomic Hills Basic School Park waiting to be thrilled by a host of artistes billed to perform on the night, and headliner himself. Supporting artistes, including Flowking Stone, Raskuku, N.Y., Joyce Blessing, Capaster, got slots to initiate patrons into the appealing Ghanaian music space.

Guru assumed stage to take full responsibilities on the night. Guru has something special, that has been en-coated, until you witness him live on stage, you'll totally miss the goodies from him. He took the event to the next level after performing his hit songs, including, the Bonsam Ani, Pooley, Mpaebo, Bad Energy (featuring Kwesi Swat). Guru does really rule the street with his craft.

On Sunday 17th November at Madina, the atmosphere was on a different level. Guru NKA created an environment that was enthusing enough for the over 5,000 fans to jam along. This concert really unveiled the true colors of his fanatics. They were yearning for this concert for a while and their response also cemented it, as they were cheering and chanting his name through out his performance.

Detailing out the appreciation hood tour, the NKZ boss (Nana Yaw Maradona Yeboah) stated that, the main objective for this tour is to show appreciation to his loyal fans for the support over his 10 years in the industry. According to him, it their responsibility as artiste to always put the fans first because without them they wouldn’t be relevant and over the past year Team NKZ have supported and accepted every song he dropped.

Guru, in collaboration with NKZ Music would be touring various neighborhoods within the length and breadth of Accra till December.

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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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