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February2012

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Ghana music industry needs more investors – Jon Germain

The African E-News

 Jon Germain  MUSICIAN JON Germain, host of Allo tigo on Metro TV, has indicated that if Ghanaian musicians will move away from doing more of the commercial music, it will enable them to cross the boundaries of Ghana. According to him, the major problem as to why Ghanaian[…]

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Edem worried over lack of venues for shows

The African E-News

Edem BORN DENNING Edem Agbeviadey, Edem, as known in music circles, has indicated that what is causing the set back to the industry may be the fact that there are few distribution stores to sell their songs and venues for performance in the country. According to him, it is very[…]

A-PLUS

My life will not be spared should there be any violence – A-plus

The African E-News

 A-plus CONTROVERSIAL HIPLIFE artiste, Kwame Asare Obeng, A-plus, has indicated that together with Brands & Products (B&P) and Konsule Entertainment, they are organizing a peace campaign to sensitize Ghanaians on the need to keep Ghana as peaceful as it is now, before and after the election. According to him,[…]

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Rex Omar to advocate for peace among Ghanaians

The African E-News

Rex Omar VETERAN HIGHLIFE musician, Rex Omar, also an executive member of Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO), has indicated that he is planning a tour dubbed ‘Ghana first’ to create the awareness among every Ghanaian citizen, “they should bear in mind that despite our political differences we were together before[…]

Speaker

Indecency has taken over the minds of Ghanaian youths – Speaker

The African Social Issues

Speaker NICHOLAS KWADWO Boateng, better known as Speaker, a new kid on the block, joined the music industry way back during his high school days and has since been rapping and working as an underground artiste, whose interest lies in the well-being of the Ghanaian youth through music. According to[…]

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54TH GRAMMY AWARDS TO AIR LIVE ON VIBE 91.9FM

The African E-News

Ghana’s premium radio station Vibe 91.9fm, is still setting trends in the Ghanaian broadcasting industry.   Vibe 91.9fm will be the first and only radio station to broadcast the 54th GRAMMY AWARDS LIVE this Sunday from exactly 24hrs GMT. The Live broadcast has been confirmed by kenny’s music international[…]

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