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“S*x Is The True State Of The Country” – Rapper Edem Suggests.

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Rapper who doubles as the Boss of VRMG Edem, speaking on Joy Prime, registered his displeasure as to how we try to differentiate artistes by calling some circular amidst other names, he later made a comment that suggested, s*x is the current state of the society and that affects what musicians sing about.

He remarked, “I don’t know why people still think that artistes are secular. It has to be an idea people have to get rid of. Musicians are just creative persons and are a vehicle to convey messages”.

On the s*x related issues, he went on to say, “Every time, all you represent is the effect of your immediate environment. When artistes are singing about peace, you automatically know it is an election year”.

The rapper then dropped the bombshell saying, “So when people sing about s*x it means that is the true state of the country, when people sing about religion it means that is the state of the society.”

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D-Black, Shatta Wale Collaborating On A New Banger.

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CEOs of Black Avenue Music and Shatta Movement Empire, D-Black and Shatta Wale, could soon be releasing a joint together as tipped off by D Black.

The song title might be ‘Aposor/Akpaky3 Gangster’ and judging from its meaning, it promises to be vibe for the streets. Either way, simply anticipate a major hit in the making.

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DREAM: Fancy Gadam All Set For A New Album.

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Dagbani language Ghanaian afropop, dancehall and reggae musical artiste, Mujahid Ahmed Bello, known by his stage name Fancy Gadam, is all poised for releasing his fifth studio album titled "Dream"

The album consists of 12 tracks and features some of Ghana’s finest artistes including Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Mr. Eazi among others. The Gadam Nation boss revealed that, the project features an aesthetic rap music and some lovely singing.

In an interview with GNA ahead of the album debut, the multiple award winning artiste was hopeful the songs on the album would motivate people in various endeavours in life. According to Fancy Gadam, his team is relentlessly toiling to give out their best on the yet to be released project, as their entire life can be summed make this project a success.

The "Total Cheat" hitmaker, Fancy Gadam urged Gadamnation to get ready for the ‘Dream’ album a project that has a lot of motivational songs with lot of collaborations and. He also revealed that, a musical concert would be held in Accra next month to climax the launch of the album

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Min. Joe Mettle To Untie The “Wind of Rivival” In New Album.

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Ghanaian contemporary Gospel and worship musician, Minister Joseph Oscar Mettle popularly known as Joe Mettle is set to release his 5th professional studio collections of audio recordings; album titled ‘Wind of Revival’ featuring awards winning Gospel singer, Jonathan Nelson

“The Wind of Revival” album was recorded in June at his annual Gospel concert, Praiz Reloaded organised by Joe Mettle Ministries and Reverb Studios and will be released on Saturday, 17th August. The album was recorded live and features both traditional and contemporary grooves which sits on Godly inspired lyrics. The project sums up to be his 5th after My Gratitude” (2011), “Sound of Praise” (2013),“The Encounter” (2015), and “God of Miracles” (2017)

The most anticipated song on the project is " Hallelujah" features Jonathan Nelson and ‘Mehia wo Yesu‘ which was released earlier this year. Joe believes the presence of God which is the fullness of joy must be accessible to all irrespective of language, race and tribe. Music is able to make that kind of impact but he believes the worship experience must live on even after the songs.

He began his music as a backup singer for Danny Nettey in the early 2000 and has had stints of music work with Cindy Thompson, Rev Tom Bright Davies and Soul Winners. He was the lead singer for this unique Ghanaian traditional band, Soul Winners and was the lead vocalist for the Group’s hit song ‘Aboloo’.

The album will be available in music stores across the country as well electronic stores.

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Applications Open For Second Phase of emPawa Africa.

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Following a successful launch earlier this year, award winning Nigerian singer and music executive, Oluwatosin Ajibade, better known by his stage name Mr Eazi, through his incubator program for emerging artists, emPawa Africa has reopened entry for its accelerator program.

Entries is slated for Friday, August 15. In this second phase of the program, 30 African artists will be selected to receive a non-repayable grant to fund their first professional music video, as well as mentorship, marketing services and other support. Artists from the African Diaspora are also encouraged to apply for the program.

The emPawa30 will include 10 artists from Nigeria; 10 artists from other countries on the African continent; and five UK-based African artists, with the remaining five spots open to African-born artists in countries around the world, including the US and Canada.

YouTube Music is partnering with emPawa Africa to provide support for the 10 Nigerian artists in the #emPawa30 cohort, as announced by YouTube’s Global Head of Music, Lyor Cohen announced during a fireside chat with Mr Eazi at last month’s Google for Nigeria Week.

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To be considered, entrants are asked to upload a short video clip (up to 1 minute in length) to Instagram of themselves performing an original song, cover or freestyle, with the hashtag "#emPawa30".

The program will close to submissions on September 15, after which each entry will each be evaluated by Mr Eazi and his music-industry colleagues. The new cohort of 30 artists will be announced on September. 30.

Once selected, each emPawa 30 artist will be assigned an individual mentor and video director, with whom they will work directly throughout the seven-month mentorship program.

Mentors will include Diplo, afrobeats producers E. Kelly, Juls and GuiltyBeatz, South African rapper Kwesta, Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, Tanzanian music superstar Diamond Platnumz, afrobeats veteran DJ Neptune and executives from the African music industry, along with Mr Eazi. The videos will be filmed in October and rolled out across six weeks starting November 1.

According to Mr. Eazi, the talent incubator, Empawa Africa has a core mandatory of equiping these artists with the tools, knowledge, network and investment so they subsequently become independent music entrepreneurs. The firm partners with iconic figures, who have in-depth industry knowledge, and experience in promoting talented artists to achieve their full potential goals.

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