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Shatta Wale Finally Calls Wizkid A Superstar But Guess What He Called Himself.



In the midst of an undying feud between the followers of the Shatta movement and the fans of Nigerian Musician Wizkid which was sparked by a comment Shatta wale made, – “I don’t see Wizkid as a superstar” – that generated a strong social media heat between followers of the two was laid to rest after Shatta Wale was united with Wizkid at this year’s Ghana meet Nigeria as the former openly called Wizkid his brother and a superstar, but guess what he called himself.

The Honcho of the Shatta Movement was introduced on stage by Wizkid to perform his freedom and currently raining Gringo hit songs. Midway through his performance, he addressed Wizkid a superstar and called himself a “fucking” super star, surprised? Don’t be that’s who Shatta Wale has shown us he is. A typical example of the Nigerian’s own popular phrasing “We never dey carry last”.

Shatta Wale’s introduction was the biggest surprise on the night, but fans were left unsatisfied with his performance when he dashed off stage after performing only two songs.

Though the musician was not billed to perform, his appearance was highly anticipated not only beacuase of series of tweets but also he is seen as the only Ghanaian to match up to Wizkid and win for Ghana on the night.

Other arts that performed or made stage appearances on the night were Nana Yaa, Bam All Stars, Kurl Songx, Obibini and A.I, Kumi Guiter, Sista Efya, Kuami Eugene, Kidi, Dice Alice, Medikal, Kwesi Authur, Tic, Edem, Patapaa, Asamoah Gyan, King Promise, Mugeez, Fancy Gadam, Yaa Pono, Mr Eazi, Mayorkun and Stonebwoy.

Ghana meets Nija is an initiative by Empire Entertainment to bring together Ghanaian and Nigerian arts in a collaborative manner than for a competition, over the years the brand has not failed its purpose and did not yesterday as well.

This year’s edition of the eight years running event was dubbed, “Rescue Mission” and the Fantasy Dome of the Trade Fair Center which played host to the event was filled to the brim with patrons who were eager, stood on chairs to witness and capture the moments on phones. Not forgetting those who broke out onto the main stage to touch and celebrate their favorite arts, but got prevented by the superb security present.


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Ghana’s “Nicki Minaj”, Sista Afia’s Performance At Ghana Meets Naija 2018



Sista Afia

Many have described Sista Afia’s outfit and performance at the just ended Ghana Meets Naija as Ghana’s Nicki Minaj.

She mounted the stage in an all-white apparel showing flesh and that was enough for patrons to scream.

As controversial as she is, Sista Afia moved to the edge of the stage, held the head of a patron and pushed it into her thighs, sending other patrons of the 2018 Ghana Meets Naija agog.

Moments after that, Sista Afia in the course of performing her hit song, ‘Jeje’ invited another fan on to the stage to dance with her.

Although the fan appeared shy at the initial stage, he found his feet when Sista Afia begun to twerk.

Sista Afia started with her live band performance, but management had to make a quick switch to DJ play as they realized the sound at the auditorium wasnt helping any artist performing live.

She is one entertainer who knows how to thrill fans and audiences especially on stage.

Watch her performance below…

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Keche Acknowledge Baby Jet For Believing In Them



Award winning Ghanaian music group Keche, over the weekend thrilled fans and patrons to good music and amazing performance at KiKi Bees restaurant and pub at east legon in Accra. During the performance, the music duo took a pause to acknowledge the presence of Asamoah Gyan and his team who came to support.

Asamoah Gyan , Skipper and Captain of the Black Stars of Ghana, commonly known as Baby Jet may come across to all as anything but a spiritual person. But something that may have seemed as a mere saying Baby Jet told award winning Ghanaian music duo Keche, has become evidential enough and somewhat a Prophecy that has come to pass.

Asamoah Gyan

The star player upon being acknowledged took the opportunity to recount his first time encounter with the music duo years ago.

He said, “The first time I met Keche in person was at Kaywa’s studio where thwy used to work there as studio guys who used to clean the studio. I was shocked at their humility and gave a prophecy, I told them for being this humble, they will go places and will become bigger, as you can see that’s what we see now, it’s a prophecy right”, he quizzed.

Tema based music duo Keche known in real life as Joshua Kojo Ampah (Keche Joshua) and Andrew Kofi Cudjoe (Keche Andrew) under the management of George Britton (GB) Records.

They recently released a smash hit titled “YouWanCry” which was produced by Tubhani musik is no doubt making waves on our radios and in the country at large.


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Meet David Nicol-Say, The Director Behind Iconic Videos From Sarkodie, Ice Prince, DJ Neptune, Stanley Enow, others



David has worked with artistes like Sarkodie, Ric Hassani, Edem and Dee Moneey, Ice Prince , Reggie Rockstone , D-Black , R2bees , M’anifest ,Samini ,Edem,4×4 ,VVIP , J-Town, Jesse Jagz, King Promise, Akwaboah, DJ Neptune, Stanley Enow and more, as well as for global brands including MTN, MTV and Guinness.

By now you might have heard “Overdose by Sarkodie” you already know what it is. It’s the title of the Sarkodie hit trap music video that loads of music lovers across the world have been bumping to.

The video is litty, basically a trend setting visual that has put the Ghana rappers on another level. The star director behind the music video is non other than David Nicol-Sey, a fast-rising star in the global entertainment industry.

Sarkodie’s songs Overdose rides on the timeless message of resilience and persistence which he effortlessly delivered with his signature soothing voice. And such a grand plot was executed by an equally deserving music video, directed by Ghana’s video director David Nicol-Sey.

David Nicol-Sey is also the guy behind the hit “Makoma” music video by Pappy Kojo. He’s stuck to his African roots (he was born in Ghana, raised in UK) and seeks to help push African music to the world.

He is a Multiple Award winning film director, cinematographer, owns and runs North Production which is a full-service media production specializing in 3d Animation , Advertising and music videos for the biggest stars and brands in Africa.

He was then joined by john Eshun (co-Founder), who has taken the production value up with her amazing talent and hard work in conceptual ideas, producing, set design, and many other areas. The two are like a dynamic duo, producing work of great value and entertainment.

David likes to operate the camera himself, often lights the sets, overseeing the work flow. He is described as a perfectionist.

A man worth the name is judged by his works and not public opinion. Among the videos he has produced; David Nicol-Sey has won many awards schem which includs, 4stye Best Directed Music Video of the year(Sarkodie ft. Jesse Jagz – Overdose), 4stye Best Photography Music video 2017 and more.

He has worked with artistes like Sarkodie, Ric Hassani, Edem and Dee Moneey, Ice Prince , Reggie Rockstone , D-Black , R2bees , M’anifest ,Samini ,Edem,4×4 ,VVIP , J-Town, Jesse Jagz, King Promise, Akwaboah, DJ Neptune, Stanley Enow and more, as well as for global brands including MTN, MTV and Guinness.

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Cwesi Oteng Reacts To Kwesi Ernest’s “Greedy” Comment



K.O Production, management of gospel musician Cwesi Oteng has issued a press release refuting Kwesi Ernest’s claims.

According to the release Kwesi Ernest, CEO of Media Excel Productions was reported to have stated in that some gospel musicians are self-centered.

Cwesi Oteng’s management disclosed that Kwsei Ernest’s comment was in relation to the artiste’s break away from his former recorble label, BBnZ Live and it was it was uttered with malicious intent.

Kwasi Ernest

Read the full press release below

We would like to bring to your notice the rather false, inaccurate and reckless comments reported to have been made by Kwesi Ernest, CEO of Media Excel Productions. These comments are in relation to our artiste, Cwesi Oteng, in an article titled ‘Some Ghanaian Artistes Too Greedy’. The article was first published by, and subsequently on other news portals and social media.

It was our hope that an artiste manager like Kwesi Ernest would seek to promote progressive values of the Gospel and Christian faith, and not parade falsehood that creates disunity and alludes to non-existent feuds. Kwesi Ernest instead chose a calculated smear campaign to tarnish Cwesi Oteng’s image, relationship with BBnZ Live – his former management label, to justify the loss of an artiste on his label.

The premise on which BBnZ Live approached Cwesi Oteng in 2013 with a 3-year management deal, was Cwesi’s outstanding resume of having braved the odds to emerge on the contemporary gospel scene with an endearing music brand, that impacted the mainstream music circuit. This is because Cwesi Oteng released and garnered local and international plaudits with fan favourites such as ‘Okurayen’ (2009), ‘But for Your Mercy’ (2010), God Dey Bless Me’ (2012) and the VGMA-winning ‘Mercy Project’ album, prior to joining BBnZ Live in 2013. This is the fact and correct sequence of his ministry or music career.

Therefore, Kwesi Ernest’s statements implying that Cwesi Oteng left BBnZ Live after they made him successful is a false narrative; an indictment on the many years of hardwork by Cwesi Oteng, his internal management team, singers and band from 2008 to 2013 that contributed to his rise to the limelight. Kwesi Ernest’s statements also cast a shadow on God’s providence, to which Cwesi Oteng always ascribes the greatest credit.

Cwesi Oteng has always been and will always be grateful to BBnZ Live for their contributions to his career and ministry, from 2013 till the end of contract tenure in 2016. However, the truth must be established and the sequence of events properly noted. We encourage the public to treat the comments by Kwesi Ernest concerning our artiste – Cwesi Oteng, with utmost contempt.

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