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Africa shows Nkuli little love as she gets the Big Brother Amplified Boot

Nkuli became the third housemate to be evicted from Big Brother Amplified during the Live Show on Sunday evening, following the disqualification of Lotus on Friday and Jossy’s eviction last Sunday. She showed absolutely no emotion after IK broke it to her that she had been evicted and commented that she would miss Michael the […]

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Nkuli became the third housemate to be evicted from Big Brother Amplified during the Live Show on Sunday evening, following the disqualification of Lotus on Friday and Jossy’s eviction last Sunday. She showed absolutely no emotion after IK broke it to her that she had been evicted and commented that she would miss Michael the most. Nkuli also said she would miss Ernest, Nic and Alex the least, calling them two-faced.

IK had asked the other nominated housemates, Kim, Luclay and Mumba to leave the stage and Nkuli was the only one left seated on stage. She wasn’t sure what would happen to her after IK announced that the three had had a great time in the house prompting her to start smiling. However, the three were whisked back into the house and once she saw them settling back in the House, she was certain of her fate. Namibia’s Jossy was the first Housemate to be evicted from Big Brother Amplified. He was followed by Lotus this week, who was disqualified from the show after slapping Luclay.

Earlier in the evening, Karen was pleasantly surprised to hear that Miss P had saved her and the look on her face was priceless. She stood up and gave Miss P a tight hug. Mumba on the other hand simply bounced on her seat when Miss P gave her the bad news that it was her head that she had replaced Karen’s with on the chopping board during the Eviction Show. Miss P breathed heavily before her announcement and told the ‘Tailsmates’ that she had saved Karen because she had the most exaggerated characteristics. “You saved me?” Karen beamed in disbelief. However, Mumba didn’t seem the least surprised as she told Biggie that she had already packed.

So how did Africa vote this week? Nkuli received none of the country votes, and was therefore evicted. The Mozambican vote was split between Kim and Mumba and so each Housemate received half a country vote from that country.  Here is the breakdown:

Luclay: 8 country votes – Angola, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa and the Rest of Africa

Kim: 5.5 country votes – Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Mozambique (half).

Mumba: 1.5 country votes – Zimbabwe and Mozambique (half).

Nkuli: 0 country votes.

Once they were back from their near-Eviction, Luclay and Mumba were the most vocal in the House and they couldn’t stop telling everyone about their experience. Luclay had been overwhelmed with the love the girls had given him on stage. “You should have seen all the girls. They really love Denzel (meaning Luclay)”, Mumba told Danny. Meanwhile, Karen couldn’t help appreciating being saved by Miss P from possible Eviction. “I’m glad Miss P saw potential in me,” she told Bhoke while they were cooking dinner. Mumba also told everyone that perhaps Nkuli had gone to Heads but Karen just said she was sad to have lost her “teddy bear” referring to Nkuli. “Who’ll be my teddy bear now? Nkuli was nice and small,” she added.

The Tailsmates then realized that with Nkuli’s Eviction, the playing field had been level as there were now five boys and five girls. Karen jokingly declared Luclay as her new husband.

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Gambo’s ‘Boys Aye Wild’ tops Apple Music’s City Chart for Accra & iTunes

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The Blackmob rapper currently boasts of the hottest song in Accra, Ghana and that’s a fact – according to Apple Music’s City Chart for Accra at least. Listen/stream ‘Boys Aye Wild’ here: https://gambomusic.ffm.to/gambo-boys-aye-wild

 

It turns out the denizens of Accra could simply not get enough of Gambo’s ‘Boys Aye Wild’ today and rightfully so. The fun song beat the odds and for the first time since its release ranked at #1 on the city’s Top 25 chart list for the day and iTunes. Also earning a spot on one of the streaming platform’s big listings for the region, Top Albums, was the artist’s “New Era” EP which stood at #8 to score Gambo yet another exciting feat.

Gambo outdid the competition and had listeners converging on his song by the bucketload. In regards to his big win today, the ‘Boys Aye Wild’ hitmaker shared: ‘’It was a great feeling to see my song sitting at #1. Seriously. Big ups to Accra for making my day and showing my song that much love. I’m at peace now knowing my brothers are taking the right steps to treat their women right. Ha-ha. Keep the plays coming though and don’t stop’’.

 

Introduced in early 2021 by the Cupertino-based tech giant, City Charts is an updated playlist meant to bring local artists to the forefront of the conversation around music discovery, one it achieves by reflecting the musical tastes of listeners in over 100 cities from around the world on a daily basis.

 

You can check Gambo’s amusing video for ‘Boys Aye Wild’ here:

 

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Call For Entries – The 23rd Annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards

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Calling out to all artistes, artiste managements, record labels, producers, instrumentalists, music composers, music industry stakeholders and the public, that nominations for participation in the 23rd Annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards are officially open.

Kindly note that only published works in the year 2021 will be accepted. Thus, all works from January 1st to December 31st, 2021 should be submitted via our online portal at www.entry.ghanamusicawards.com

There shall be no manual submissions. Deadline for submissions is Friday, February 18th 2022.

For assistance, kindly call 050 139 5176, or send a mail to info@ghanamusicawards.com On-the-go-updates are available on social media at Ghana Music Awards on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and online at www.GhanaMusicAwards.com

The 23rd Annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is proudly brought to you by Vodafone, and powered by Charterhouse.

 

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Court issues warrant for Okraku Mantey’s arrest

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The Adentan Circuit Court on Tuesday, 18 January 2022, issued a warrant for the arrest of Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture Mark Okraku Mantey. (more…)

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KiDi earns NAACP Image Award nomination with his hit song ‘TOUCH IT’ (full nomination list)

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KiDi’s global hit “TOUCH IT” which went viral on social media has been nominated for ‘Outstanding International Song’ at the 53rd National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NACCP) Image Awards. (more…)

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“I beg you; I need help” – Veteran actress seeks for $110,000 to undergo life-saving surgery in U.S

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Actress Adowa Pee who is famed for her role in the popular Sunday Cantata drama on GTV has been hit with a health condition she is struggling to manage and has publicly called for help. (more…)

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‘Most Ghanaian women struggle with cooking tomato sauces’ – Sweet Adjeley shares the secret

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One of Ghana’s most celebrated food vloggers watched and loved worldwide, Sweet Adjeley has disclosed the question most of her Ghanaian audience wants answers to. (more…)

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