Ghanaian Afro dancehall artiste stonebwoy could be making a sweet trip to the bank pretty soon if this information is anything to go by. The ‘People dey’ who had one of the most flourishing years last year, seem to warming into 2017 quite well, and again it looks like the artiste signed one of the richest Under master […]
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Nigerian Afrobeats artiste born Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, popularly known as Mr Eazi’s “Life Is Eazi – Accra to Lagos‘mix tape” “, drums up a No. 3 on the Billboard World Charts. This is a duplicate the feat for the singer who recently made history when he became the first African artiste to have his song premiered on Zane Lowe’s […]
The 2017 Ghana Music Awards is set to air in April this year and just in case, music.com.gh has the full list of nominations for you! Leading the pack this year is new act Medikal as well as Sarkodie with seven nominations appease, followed by Kofi Kinaata, Flowking Stone and M.anifest with four nominations each. Medikal and Ebony are […]
Organizers of the much talked about concert at the cape coast stadium last week have recipients of a few side eyes and raised eyebrows after reports surfaced they treated Yaa Pono at the concert, thus his inability to perform. There were some reports that Yaa Pono didn’t show up early for his scheduled time slot. A member of the […]
Azonto music has had an overwhelming influence on African music, as well as the diaspora. In some few years back, Azonto influenced and uplifted Ghana and Africa, speaking up for generations and providing a voice to a group of people trying to deliver a message through music. One of the front liners of that incredible genre, EL has blamed the […]
Multiple award winning Ghanaian hiplife/Hip Hop artist EL, has a huge hamper for his fans (Elliens) this year, and it seems there’s a lot of gems packed into it. During a conversation with SKY FM’s Ike Frimpong on ‘’Loud in GH”, EL touched on all his recent endeavors, from the responses from fans, ambitions, to his newest single, “Agbo”. If we […]