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Confidence goes gaga as she tops first list of nominations in Big Brother Amplified

Six Heads Housemates were put up for eviction this week on Monday evening when Confidence, Danny, Jossy, Vina, Weza and Zeus topped the nomination list to face possible eviction on Sunday, May 15. Ghana’s out spoken rep, Confidence led the nominations with five nominations. Zeus as Head of House had a chance to save himself […]

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Six Heads Housemates were put up for eviction this week on Monday evening when Confidence, Danny, Jossy, Vina, Weza and Zeus topped the nomination list to face possible eviction on Sunday, May 15. Ghana’s out spoken rep, Confidence led the nominations with five nominations. Zeus as Head of House had a chance to save himself and put someone else on the chopping block. He saved himself and put Vimbai up for possible. He burst out in laughter when Big Brother asked him which Housemate he would like to save, before saying, “it goes without saying that I would like to save myself.”He was not drawn into saying why he was replacing himself with Vimbai. After Zeus saved himself, the nominated Housemates are: Confidence, Danny, Jossy, Vina, Weza and Vimbai. Confidence gave the most shocking reaction to nominations in the Big Brother Africa series yet, when she blurted out her anger when her name was first to be mentioned (alphabetically). She screamed that she was not surprised and walked out as Big Brother continued with the announcement of nominated housemates.

Later in a chat with Hanni, Confidence explained that if she had not reacted in that manner, she would have had a heart attack because she felt betrayed by the fact that she was living in the same room with the people that nominated her. Not that I think im Ms perfect and I shouldn’t have come up for eviction…for me I needed to be sure that I am really a threat actually…and now we will see what Africa says, if Africa says I should go home, then fine!”, she commented.

During the nominations, most of the people who nominated Confidence explained that she was too controlling and sometimes negative. Voting has commenced and Africa will be voting to keep a nominated housemate in the house. Which means, the more you vote for your favourite nominated housemate, the better their chance of staying in the house. The Housemate who receives the least number of votes will be Evicted.

To vote via SMS: send the word VOTE followed by the Housemate’s name to the number for your country (displayed in the VOTE section). For example if you are voting from Ethiopia send Vote Hanni to +2783142100413. SMS’s are charged per specified network tariffs in the various countries. VAS rates apply. Free minutes do not apply. Please note that you can vote 100 times by SMS per telephone number during each voting period.

Find your country in the list below, decide which House you’d like to Vote for and send it to the corresponding number below:
Angola: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 43333 – Unitel UTT 6.6 per SMS

Botswana: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 16626 – Mascom, Orange, BEMOBILE at P2.50 per SMS.

Ethiopia SMS Vote + the Housemates name to +2783142100413 (Intl. SMS rates apply) per SMS.

Ghana: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 1477 – MTN, Vodafone, Tigo, Espresso, Airtel at GHC 0.60 per SMS.

Kenya: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 5626 – Safaricom, Orange, Airtel at Kes 30 per SMS.
Malawi: Send Vote + the Housemates name to 15626 – TNM, Airtel at MK 48.00.

Mozambique: Send Vote the Housemates name to 99026 – Vodacom, Mcel at MT 20.00 per SMS.

Namibia: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 15626 – Leo, MTC, Telecom at N$ 3 per SMS.

Nigeria: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 34350 – MTN, Airtel, Globacom, Etisalat, Starcomms at N75 per SMS.

South Africa: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 33729 – Vodacom, MTN, Cell C at R1.50 per SMS.

Tanzania: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 15726 – Vodacom,Tigo, Zantel, SASATEL at Tsh 600 per SMS.

Uganda: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 6626 – UTL, Warid at Ugx 1000 per SMS.

Zambia: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to 15626 – MTN, Zamtel at ZK 2000 per SMS.

Zimbabwe: SMS Vote + the Housemates name to Econet 33334 at USD 0.50 per SMS; NetOne 15626 at USD 0.50 per SMS.

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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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