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2011 Stars of the Future winner, Emmanuel releases first single

The winner of the fifth season of the Stars of the Future singing competition, Emmanuel Yawson has released his first professional single, ‘My Time’ barely two months after winning the competition.  The single which he wrote for the finale of the reality TV series is already enjoying some rotations on radio nationwide. ‘My Time’ is […]

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The winner of the fifth season of the Stars of the Future singing competition, Emmanuel Yawson has released his first professional single, ‘My Time’ barely two months after winning the competition.  The single which he wrote for the finale of the reality TV series is already enjoying some rotations on radio nationwide.

‘My Time’ is a motivational song with the message of hope, inspiration and assurance for all irrespective of their age, sex or race. According to Emmanuel, “the inspiration for writing the song came from my personal experiences with the Stars of the Future competition. After two failed attempts to be part of the series, I finally made it through to the competition and now I have grown from singing in my bedroom, in school and in church to be the Star of the Future 2011.”

“This honor is an achievement that resulted from a lot of personal sacrifices and dedication although the fact that it is My Time helped. The song is my way of motivating everyone to keep pushing very hard for their dreams rather than giving up. There is time for everything and everyone under the sun once they are committed enough to a dream,’’ he adds.

‘My Time’ which was Emmanuel’s winning song at the finals of the SOF competition was produced by Richie of Lynx Entertainment.  Emmanuel is a 23 year old soulful singer born to Captain Mark Yawson and Charlotte Yawson. Currently a Business Management student of the Mataheko branch of the Central University College, Emmanuel can best be described as a natural who sings from the soul.

According to Emmanuel, music has always been a big part of him and he is certain that ‘My Time’ will set the tone for a successful career in the mainstream music industry in Ghana. “I love singing and it has always been my dream to become one of Ghana’s greatest musicians. Winning the Stars of the Future competition is the best thing that ever happened to me if the successes of Stars like Irene, Bertha Adina and Jane are anything to go by.

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Angélique Kidjo to storm Ghana for GUBA awards

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Multiple Grammy award winner, Angélique Kpasseloko Hinto Hounsinou Kandjo Manta Zogbin Kidjo, is expected to perform at this year’s Grow, Unite and Build Africa (GUBA) Awards.

The awards are slated for November 7 and 8, 2021, and would mark a centenary of the passage and resilience of Nana Yaa Asantewaa, the influential warrior and Queen mother of Ejisu, who rose to lead an Asante army against the British.

Speaking at a media briefing on Monday at Kempinski hotel in Accra, Chief Executive Officer, (CEO) of GUBA, Ms Dentaa Amoateng said, the celebrated African musician who hails from Benin would be honoured on the day.

She noted that the ceremony would be attended by prominent people of various background including former President of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf,the seventh Director–General of the World Trade Organisation, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, market women among many others.

Dentaa Amonteng further noted that Nana Yaa Asantewaa’s ravery,immensely contributed to the country’s independence story, because it shaped the psyche of the nation, that they could stand up for the country regardless of the apposition.

She said for this reason, there was the need to throw more spotlight on her and celebrate the amazing performance of women and empower young ladies to strive to the top.

According to her the two-day event, would first be a durbar at Manhyia palace in Kumasi on November 7, and followed by the rest of Awards the next day at the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Centre.

Prince Anthony Bart, a member of the team said it would help instill the spirit of patriotism in the youth, “we need to learn about history of leaders who have contributed to our struggle.”

The Year 2021 marks exactly 100 years of the death of Yaa Asantewaa, the last African woman to lead a major war against colonial powers in 1900, where she played the role of the Commander-in-Chief of the powerful Asante Empire.

These events will observe an important moment in African history, one that is unique to the relations between the Republic of Ghana and the Republic of Seychelles and is expected to host several high-profile personalities from the diaspora.

While celebrating Yaa Asantewaa, the awards will also recognize the contribution of Black women in the diaspora and Africa. The 2021 GUBA Awards will also raise awareness on maternal mortality and call for measures to ensure safe child delivery across the continent. GUBA Enterprise believes that every child, born and unborn, has a great potential and must be given the opportunity to fulfill this potential

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