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Stonebwoy Announced As The Pre-eminent Brand Ambassador In Ghana.

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GREATER ACCRA, GHANA – The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and frontliner of the Burniton Music Group (BMG) – talent management & and recording and distribution hub, Stonebwoy has been announced as the most prominent Ambassador in Ghana at the just ended 2019 sequel of National Communications Award (NCA).

The “Ambassador of the Year” category given to the multiple awards-winning and one time grammy nominated artiste is aimed at celebrating and rewarding his excellent and practical effort in elevating business companies, brands, teams and individuals across Ghana. This shave proved multiple times that he is a medal that deserves to be honored.

The Ghanaian born reggae-dancehall recording and performing artiste, in recent times has proven to be authoritative as far as excellent communication, networking skills, and a strong presence on social media to be the face of multinational brands, and elevate their products are concerned.

National Communications Awards is a development communications awards program developed by RAD Communications Limited in partnership with Ecobank Ghana and the Africa Chamber of Communications, to champion communications, organizational and national development.

Privately christened Livingstone Etse Satekla, he’s currently the brand ambassador for multiple business entities, including Samsung Phones; a subsidiary of South Korean multinational conglomerate, Samsung, Ghanaian own automobile manufacturing firm; Kantanka Automobile Company, Ghana’s preferred bottle water; Voltic Natural Mineral Water, and ambassador for Government of Ghana’s Global Sanitation programme.

Stonebwoy is a Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and reggae artiste. He is the CEO of Burniton Music Group. He won the Best International Act: Africa category at the 2015 BET Awards and Artist of the Year at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards. He is recognized as the king of reggae and dancehall artists in Africa Stonebwoy is also an actor, having appeared in the movie My name is Ramadan.

Watch his latest video Ololo below;

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Nasty C Features 11 “Up & Coming” Musicians On His “Lift As You Rise” Album.

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DURBAN, SOUTH AFRICA (www.georgebritton.com) - South African rapper, songwriter and record producer, Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, known professionally as Nasty C has finally dropped a 2019 music project which features a legion of budding musicians, dubbed "Lift As You Rise", named after his deal with Red Bull SA.

The project which is stemmed and housed by Red Bull Music and Tall Racks Records is intended to give exposure to talented aspiring hip hop artists, following a call made to budding African musicians to add their verses on multiple open tracks, which excluded 16 bars, but comprised verses from of Nasty C, Tellaman, Gemini Major, Rowlene, Lastee and Zino D. Rowlene comments

With the release of the Lift As You Rise EP, the lives of Deekay_Did_It (Pietermaritzburg), Hanna (Cape Town), KDaVine (Pietermaritzburg), Msimisis (Swaziland), J_Reagz (Cape Town), Tembisile (Cape Town), Priscilla (Botswana), The Real Barry Lane (Nigeria), ThatoJessica (Johannesburg), Jay Hoodsa (Pretoria), and Flow Jones Jnr (Johannesburg) will see a positive shift, as their names will be scripted on a record featuring Mzansi’s established musicians.

The Lift As You Rise EP epitomizes a profound concept of collaboration; a view that lets artists see how their respective flow and talent works alongside other artists. As a recap to all that has been done to successfully finish the project, an EP dropped. It consists of all various artists who managed to make the cut. Available on all digital stores, the way it sounds one can conclude it was worth the wait.

Nasty C basically won this year, he has been nominated on almost all biggest musical Awards including BETs, SAMAs, SAHHHAs and AFRIMAs. He walked away with more than five awards from various categories. What the God’s Flow rapper promised fans this year is an album Zulu Man With Some Power, promised to have international stars as features. While fans wait, he gave them something to bump to.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE ALBUM!

TRACKLIST

  1. Outside – Nasty C, Tellaman Ft. Deekay Did It and Hanna (produced by Zeno D)
  2. Menace Tella – Tellaman Ft. KDavine & Msimiss (produced by Gemini Major & Select Play) 3. Alabama – Nasty C Ft. J_Reagz & Thembisile (produced by Gemini Major)
  3. Afraid – Lastee, Rowlene Ft. Priscilla & The Real Barry Lane ( (produced by Select Play)
  4. Download Dunno – Gemini Major, Rowlene Ft. ThatoJessica (produced by Select Play)
  5. Run it – Nasty C, Tellaman Ft. JAYHood Flow Jones JNR (produced by Gemini Major)
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JMJ’s Hiphop Album Hits Number 1 On Boomplay Music.

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Renowned Producer JMJ just hit the N.o 1 spot on Boomplay Music Ghana with his debut album from “Riddim Of The GODS” He crept to the top of Boomplay Music Chart with 8 songs from the Hiphop album on the 5-genre project.

And all these was achieved in less than amidst several heavy trending materials on the showbiz front; but JMJ and Boomplay were able to literally hijack music lovers’ attention the whole week.

The Rappers listed on the Hiphop project must be highly commended for their class and powerful lyrics and melody they fed on their respective records; making it very hard to arrive at a one top ‘winner’.

Though it wasn’t a competition among the artistes for some award or prize, the PR Campaign for the project was extreme and well calculated it felt like a sporting competition with fans of respective artistes and pundits keenly involved.

2 songs were released each day from Monday, December 9, 2019 to Thursday, December 12, 2019 – which listed Rappers Sarkodie, E.L, Teephlow, Strongman, Edem, Okyeame Kwame, Obibini & Flowking Stone, chronologically in order of releases from Boomplay Music Ghana.

At least 9 consistent radio engagements was done for the project within 5 days and it was so scintillating. It was so exciting that fans of other Rappers who couldn’t get listed are calling for a Part 2 of the Hiphop Album.

Listen to FULL (HipHop) ALBUM here: https://www.boomplaymusic.com/share/album/5784848?srModel=COPYLINK&srList=IOS

“Riddim Of The GODS” would become a yearly project, according to Elorm Beenie who is the lead PR for the project and Publicist for award-winning Producer, JMJ.

Boomplay Music indeed also deserves some accolades for being able to partner JMJ on this initiative and actually get fans patronizing their platform and supporting local content, which perhaps has never happened in Ghanaian history before.

Project Background

10 years ago he dropped the first ever Riddim Album recorded in African history (Trigger Riddim – Ghetto KB, Samini, Mugeez, Zionite, Iwan, etc). Then he came through with the ever popular “Missile Riddim” which featured Samini, Kofi Kinaata, E.L, Stonebwoy, Kaakie, Ruff n Snooth, just to name a few – and then “Xtra Large Riddim” with Kaakie, Ghetto KB, Samini, etc. A decade later he returns to give us a more refined and well-packaged riddim project like this, called “Riddim Of The GODS” – and henceforth would be an annual project from JMJ, born Joshua Raphaelson.

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[WATCH] “We Made Afrobeat Attractive to Africans. – Sarkodie

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GREATER ACCRA, GHANA (www.georgebritton.com) - Multiple awards-winning Ghanaian rapper Michael Owusu Addo, known as Sarkodie talks about afrobeat and the world invasion and more bop records yet to come from the African continent.

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“Ghanaian Rapper Sway Gave Musicians In Africa Hope. – Skales

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Nigerian rapper/singer born Raoul John Njeng-Njeng (Skales) has praised British rapper of Ghanaian descent Sway for paving the way for African musicians like himself.

Skales who looked up to Sway while growing his passion for music revealed watching “Sway on TV was a big deal for him personally."

Having started writing songs in 2000 in Kaduna, Skales is well-known for songs including “Shake Body”, “Mukulu”, “Keresimesi”, “Komole”, “My Baby”, “Take Care of Me” and “Denge Pose”. He has recorded over 200 songs and collaborated with numerous artists, including Ghana rapper Sarkodie, eLDee, Jeremiah Gyang, Banky W. and Knighthouse.

Skales' latest album, Mr Love, released in 2018, also featured Tiwa Savage, Sarkodie, Afro B, Phyno, Cassper, Phyno, some of the best artists from the continents. Watch Skales and Sway talk about their life, music and the way forward at the just ended Africa Conference for Collaborations, Exchange and Showcases (ACCES 2019) in Accra.

Sway Dasafo

Born Derek Andrew Safo in Hornsey, North London, Sway is a British-Ghanaian rapper who's first big track 'On My Own' was released under the name Sway DaSafo. In 2005, Sway was named Best Hip-Hop Newcomer at the Mobo Awards, beating two US heavyweights - 50 Cent and The Game to take home the award, despite having not released an album.

Sway's debut album 'This Is My Demo' was released in 2006 and achieved critical acclaim, with one review hailing it as the "best British rap album in years". Sway produced more than 50 per cent of the album himself.

He has featured in three British films. Sway's film appearance came in 2012's The Grind, which also starred street magician Dynamo. In 2007, Sway won Best International Act at the BET Awards. Not only did Sway win, it was also the first time that a UK artist had been nominated for the award.

"He has indeed inspired African musicians. If he could do this all by himself, we can do it too," Skales said.

Watch the video below:

https://youtu.be/AJTjIHOns20
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