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When Wutah Afriyie married the ‘Love of His Life’



Frank Osei, alias Wutah Afriyie, has tied the knot is officially off the market!

The wedding ceremony for the award-winning musician ‘Love of My Life’ hitmaker was attended by friends, family and some colleagues in the entertainment industry.

A photo from the glamorous ceremony saw the bride and groom seated in royalty as they were clothed in regal Kente and beamed with smiles on their big day.

Afriyie Wutah and Wutah Kobby took the nation by storm with their many hit songs. After years of working together, the duo went their separate ways.

Afriyie went on to produce a number of songs including Love Of My Life, Go Gaga, I Do, Sorry, and Get There One Day.



I’m a Ghanaian Artiste pushing to the world, don’t limit me to just Volta Region – Chief One



New music sensation from the Volta Region, Chief One, says his ambitions for his music career are huge. He says he wants to take Ghanaian music to the world.

The artiste who does his songs predominantly in Ewe and pidgin said in an interview with Kwame Dadzie on Ghana Weekend TV that, he has a lot of great things in him that the world must brace itself up for.

“I will surely go far. I’ll take Ghana to the world because I am unique and those people who can’t understand my language are loving my flow. They are loving how I do my things,” he said.

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He also stated that he prefers to be described as a ‘Ghanaian artiste’ than Volta Region Artiste. Chief One, who has his latest single titled ‘Novayi’ with DD Don added that his songs are even more popular in Togo than in Ghana.

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He said, even though he pays allegiance to where he comes from (the Volta Region), he would rather want to move with the ‘Ghanaian artiste’ tag.

Chief One, after releasing ‘Novayi’, has caught the ears of a lot of music industry greats including Reggie Rockstone, Giovani Caleb, Elorm Beenie, Jonilar, among others.

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Dancehall Reggae Musician, Fee Ranking Turns Lawyer



Even though his Biological father hails from the Volta Region, he considers the Upper West Region as his ‘holy town’ because his mother and foster father hail from that Region where he grew up as well.

Growing up as a child he had always wanted to be a Musician and a Lawyer.

He came out with three musical albums that never saw the light of day. “The frustrations from producers discouraged me. I went through a lot of physical, emotional, psychological and financial troubles in a bit to realize my passion:” he said.

When music was not working out, he obeyed his mother’s admonishment to go back to school.

The mother being a nurse,enticed him to the Tamale Nurses training college,where he graduated as a Nurse.

He went further to graduate in mental health as the sight of blood and deaths at the Medical hospitals scared him.

Still desirous of realizing his childhood dreams he gained admission into the University of Ghana Business School.

He became a hospital administrator in the Ghana Health Service.

He later attained his Law Degree at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).

From there he gained admission into the much sought after Ghana School of Law,Makola.

He got called to the Bar on 1st October,2021.

Upon being called to the bar and with the influence of his old pal Blakk Rasta, he has gone back to his roots-MUSIC.

He has released two singles on YouTube titled:



Ladies and gentlemen meet the son of the “KING OF THE DANCEHALL “

Lawyer Fidel Leviel known in Show Business as FEE RANKING.

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We are no match to Naija musically – Kin Frenzee



GHANAIAN Afrobeats artiste Kin Frenzee is choosing Nigeria over Ghana when it comes to good music production.

For Kin Frenzee who wouldn’t mince words, Nigerians are way ahead of their Ghanaian colleagues when it comes to making good music.

“Truth be told, Nigerians do better music than us. They put a lot in their music. Their lyrics, beat and the entire production of their songs are top notch. Most of the time it is our DJs who download songs from Nigeria and play them because they sound good to the ear and you would love to listen them” he told Graphic Showbiz.

Kin Frenzee born Francis Kingsley Prah went on to say the Nigerian artistes support each other, do a lot of international collaborations and have reps in different countries pushing their music.
“In addition to doing good music, Nigerian musicians have reps in different countries pushing their songs. The likes of Patoranking, Burna Boy have their men out there doing working for them. All these put them ahead of us” he stated.

Still singing their praises, Kin Frenzee said Nigerian musicians are very daring and have been able to penetrate the international market with Afrobeats.

“Trust me, I party a lot when I travel and I can say that you hardly hear songs from Ghanaian artistes out there whie that of Nigerians are all over. They have been able to penetrate the international market with Afrobeats and they are not joking”, he added.

Giving his thought on how our musicians can make inroads too, Kin Frenzee said it is about time we write better lyrics, do more international collaborations and get reps to promote our music beyond the shores of Ghana.

Away from all that, Kin Frenzee who has worked with musicians like Nero X, Nana Quame and Skrewface is out with a new song Odopa recorded by Willis Beats.

The love song which was released two weeks ago talks about faithfulness and the fact that partners should solve their problems without involving a third party.

On whether music pays in Ghana, Kin Frenzee said it is just a handful of musicians who are enjoying while the rest just get by.

“ In Ghana right now, only big names such as Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Kuami Eugene, KiDi and a few others who are enjoying from music. The rest are suffering and it is no joke”, he revealed.

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Milovan Rajevac sacked after Ghana’s early exit from AFCON 2021



According to breaking news on Myjoyonline, the Ghana Football Association(GFA) has sacked Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac.


The Serbian has been relieved of his duties after supervising Ghana’s woeful performance in the ongoing AFCON in Cameroon.


Following the abysmal performance of the senior national team Black Stars at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cameroon, the Ministry of Youth and Sports has ordered the Ghana Football Association to review the work and capacity of Black Stars head coach, Milovan Rajevac.

A statement signed by the Minister for Youth and Sports Mustapha Ussif ordered the FA to reconstitute the Black Stars Management Committee. The Black Stars were eliminated in the group stage after Milovan Rajevac’s side suffered a disappointing 3-2 defeat to Comoros on Tuesday, January 18, 2022.

The defeat condemned the Black Stars to an exit in the group stages of the AFCON for the first time since 2006. Mustapha Ussif said the country has lost confidence in the team and questioned the capacity of the coach.

“The Ministry made it clear to the GFA that the people of Ghana have lost confidence in the capacity of the current technical team of the Black Stars to deliver success. The Ministry, therefore, asked the GFA to review the work and capacity of the Black Stars technical team led by the head coach Milovan Rajevac,” the statement said.

“Following the emergency meeting, the Ministry, in accordance with his mandate asked the Ghana Football Association to reconstitute the Black Stars Management Committee,” the statement added.

Earlier, President of the GFA, Kurt Okraku, said Ghanaians calling for the head or the dismissal of coach Milovan Rajevac is premature.

In an interview on Accra-based Asempa FM, he said the FA will take the right decision for Ghana.

“It is important we have cool heads, engage and take the right decisions for Ghana,” he said.

Kurt Okraku also reiterated that the coach was the one who selected the players for the tournament.

“Milovan is the ultimate selector of players for the national team. When he names his squad, he sends it to a committee and justifies his call-ups to them. Nobody selects players for the coach,” he stated.

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Diana Hamilton unveiled as new brand ambassador for Awake Mineral Water



Reigning Artiste of the Year, Diana Hamilton has been unveiled as the new brand ambassador for Awake Purified Drinking Water.

The partnership would see the award-winning gospel musician become the latest ambassador of the water product manufactured by Kasapreko Company Limited, one of the leading manufacturers of alcoholic and non-alcoholic products.

At the official signing ceremony in Accra, Mr. Gerald Bonsu, Commercial Director of Kasapreko Company Limited, speaking on behalf of the General Manager Mr Richard Adjei stated that Diana Hamilton was chosen to lead the face of the Awake Brand due to her passion for changing lives which according to him aligns with the company’s vision.

“We are thrilled and excited to have the popular gospel musician in our family and hopefully this partnership would be beneficial to both parties.

“As a company we felt she could serve as a good ambassador and she encompasses our brand values and would take our products to much greater heights thus in pursuance of our programmes which focuses on changing lives in Ghana,’ he said.

Diana Hamilton who is the first female gospel musician to win Artiste of Year at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) was elated and expressed gratitude to the company for believing in her abilities to promote the products as well as assist in various Corporate Social Responsibility programmes which aims at changing and touching lives.

“To say I am excited is an understatement. This is a product I believe in and I can vouch for their quality. It is a humbling experience to have this merger with  and ready to promote their good course,” she said.

The Awake Purified Drinking Water back in 2021 won the topmost prize at the Ghana Beverages Awards considering its fast rise as a top mineral water brand in Ghana as well as its life saving initiative dubbed “One4Life campaign” which is set aside 10p from the purchase of every 500ml of Awake mineral water to the National Cardiothoracic Centre.

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GMG Disappointed with Joey B’s Lack of Professionalism



We have always been passionate about propelling our music industry into a larger space where the Ghanaian sound and the artist alike get to be seen in the larger picture.


However, a statement from Gbevu Music Group(GMG), indicates how Joey B has after so many attempts refused sharing “Come Over” a single by UK based Afrobeats crooner Loofy on his Social media platforms as stated in their collaboration deal.


This lack of respect from Joey B’s camp was confirmed by Gbevu Music Group (GMG), the management label that helped secure the collaboration for Loofy.


We can all agree professionalism is indeed a working relationship and the absence of it, has over the years seen the industry lose its credibility.


If an artiste goes to the length of appreciating another talents value and duly pays for his services then there is no reason whatsoever not to honor such a showmanship.


I mean, what’s the sweat in sharing a couple of posts for a work you’ve been fully paid for? It’s ironic this same artiste will willingly share irrelevant posts when what he was paid for is blatantly ignored.


Joey B is no novice to the music game and should know better because every little effort goes a long way in cementing a brand.


The song “Come Over” with video shot by Yaw SkyFace is a visual beauty and the groovy tune has received massive positive reviews since its release.


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