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Stonebwoy’s energetic performance thrills Kenyans at Tomorrow Leaders Festival



Kenyan music lovers braved a long, cold and rainy night just to see their favourite musicians perform at the much-anticipated Tomorrow Leaders Festival.

The event which was held at the Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi on Saturday (08.09.19) went on well into the dawn of Sunday.

The much anticipated Tomorrow Leaders Festival was organized by the Grammy Award-winning Royal Reggae family from Jamaica Morgan Heritage and the line up boasted of some of the biggest names in the music industry.

These included Ghana’s dancehall superstar Stonebwoy, Nigeria’s Yemi Alade, Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz, Cameroon’s Stanley Enow, Ethiopia’s Rophnan, Hawaii’s J Boog, Jamaica’s Alaine as well as Jemere Morgan.

Despite these misses at the event as a result of the heavy rains, the show was salvaged as Ghanaian based BET Award-winning artisteStonebwoy delivered an energetic performance. Stonebwoy treated audience at the event to a miscellany of popular songs of his.

Talking to Murugi Gichovi a reporter for Capital FM Kenya, he told that Stonebwoy’s performance was one of a kind and it saved the night.

World acclaimed Morgan Heritage came through in a major way and took the concert to a whole other level, brothers Gramps, Mojo and Peetah alongside their band thrilled the revelers with tunes like ‘Don’t Haffi Dread’, ‘Tell me how come’ and ‘Pay Attention’.

The group called up Jemere Morgan to sing his hit track ‘International Love and perform the perfect duet of his jam ‘Try Jah Love’ alongside his father Gramps Morgan. Hawaiian J Boog famed for his song ‘Let’s Do It Again’ joined the Reggae family on stage for a brief performance.

The Tomorrow Leaders Festival is a one of a kind music festival that was created by Morgan Heritage and has been dubbed as a movement to save a generation.

Source: Jullie Jay-Kanz

Awards and Ceremoinies

TiC earns multiple nominations – Ghana Music Awards UK



Ghanaian music legend, TiC, known in private life as Nana Kweku Okyere Duah, has earned two nominations in this year’s Ghana Music Awards UK launched yesterday.

The music icon, had his monster hit song Kwani kwani pt2 which featured Kuami Eugene nominated in two categories.

The song was nominated in the Highlife song of the Year and Best Collaboration of the Year. The song made a lot of waves in Ghana and beyond as well and topped music charts.

Kwani kwani pt2 had it video directed by Steven Films hit over One Million Views on YouTube within a short space of time.TiC also staged his own concert #IamTiCConcert @ the Bukom Boxing Arena which was successful.

This further culminated into the song earning nominations in the Most Popular Song of the Year at the just ended VGMA and three nominations at the 3Music Awards.

TNR Music owed by TiC has released Walk Off by BiG Ghun signed to his label. TiC is set to release his new song for the year dubbed FOREVER.

(Source: Beenie Words)

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Event Reviews

Bounty Killer & Beenie Man `Rules’ Reggae Sumfest 2019 Festival Night 1 — WATCH



Bounty Killer and Beenie Man stamp their authority at Reggae Sumfest Dancehall Night with some friendly fire.

Let’s go back to 1993 where Beenie Man and Bounty Killer went at it for the first time on stage at Sting. The young, energetic deejays were the toast of the town at the time with a fierce rivalry which not only divided dancehall but the country in general. To think I was born in 1993 and the rivalry between the two legends is still relevant in today’s dancehall. From making up countless times to their inevitable falling outs, these two giants have kept us entertained and are arguably the two most important columns of dancehall music.

When Reggae Sumfest team announced that Bounty Killer and Beenie Man would be on stage together in the form of a friendly clash, dancehall fans went crazy. The two best live performers in the industry would lock horns again on Sumfest stage as they did in 1995. This was Catherine Halls second time welcoming the giants on stage as they did a friendly clash in 1995 as aforementioned.

Let me tell you, last night was as great as any encounter that has ever happened between Bounty and Beenie. Both have extreme mastery of the craft which they gained from experience, and it showed. Beenie dropped a bomb, and Bounty dropped a bomb, was the theme of night. Countless exchanges of 25 years with of hits was treat for all in attendance.

The King of Dancehall came out clad in white as he did in 1993 and the Dancehall General Bounty Killer came clad in black for the friendly burial. This was the highlight of a star-studded night, living legends going at it as the young guns should be. Their command of the band, stage and crowd show us that our young artistes have some way to go in terms of entertaining audiences live. This experience cannot be described adequately with words. You’ll have to see it to believe it.

(Source: Beenie Words)

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Akesse Brempong Readies For Agape Carnival – 2019.



Ghana’s reggae gospel act, Akesse Brempong readies for the biggest gospel music festival dubbed Agape Carnival at the Achimota Retail Centre on Saturday, July 27, 2019, at 5 pm.

The 5th Edition will see the Gospel Reggae Kingpin, Akesse Brempong once again shake up the very foundation of the Achimota Retail Centre with support from the Tribe of Judah.


The maiden event which was held at the West Hills Mall in 2015 and 2016, Kumasi City Mall in 2017 and in Jamestown last year will this year be graced by Kofi Dua Anto (KODA), Efe Grace, urban gospel icon, Kingzkid and the ever praises machine Paolo amongst many other ministrations and side attractions for free

The event is powered by the Akesse Brempong Ministeries and supported by Upswing Music, Genet Services, God’s Family Music Ministries, DDP, iSee Works, and Ghud Music.

(Source: Asiwome Writes)

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DKB Gets Back His 4,000Ghc From Dafabet To Do Charity.



It is no news now that comedian DKB lost his bet on Ghana Black Stars to win the African Cup of Nations Tournament. Well, can you blame him, most Ghanaians were optimistic that this time around the Stars will bring back Gold. To his [DKB] disappointment the Black Stars exited at the second stage of the competition.

The comedian after the loss expressed his disappointment and admitted this was the first time he has ever placed a bet. In a social media post right after the match that saw the Ghana Black Stars out of the tournament, the comedian said “The First time I decided to put my confidence in the Black Stars and place my bet, Ghc 4000 is gone, I could have used it for something profitable like for charity…” Nothing could spell hurt more than the video the comedian put out after the disappointing defeat.

Additional information reaching us says the sports betting company; DAFABET, has decided to give back the Ghc 4000 to DKB to be used for Charity. According to the Country Manager Sybil Diawuo-Appiah, "DKB's bet got a lot of mileage across social media and news lines, so we decided to appreciate him by returning his stake amount to him for any charity of his choice”. This would mean the money is not completely lost, but would serve as a benefit to many under privileged individuals in our society.

Reaching DKB he had this to say, "I want to thank Dafabet for this privilege. It is a great favour done me. Now for my charity of choice, I will want to stick to the reason why I staked the bet, football, and help the Ghana Amputee Football Association with it. I'll donate it to them so they use it for anything they deem important to uplift their fraternity.

Dafabet, one of Asia’s and Africa’s largest gaming companies, is now fully incorporated in Ghana and licensed by the gaming commission of Ghana under the gaming act 2006 and operating on

(Source : Fenuku Augustine)

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