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Feli Nuna says her Creativity was Restricted Under Lynx Entertainment: Richie says Otherwise

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Feli Nuna Feli Nuna[/caption] Ghanaian songstress, Feli Nuna has revealed that she left Lynx Entertainment four years ago because she was not given the chance to explore her creativity. Lynx  Entertainment, currently boasts of two of Ghana’s fast rising stars, Kuami Eugene and KiDi, including others such as Eazzy, Zigi, Asem, MzVee. Feli Nuna however, seems not to have found them as the proper label to nurture and grow her talent. She explained that she was interested in doing music that would travel globally but she was not given the chance to. She was however restricted to singing only in the local language. “I didn’t like their influence. My creativity was being stifled because I was made to do my songs in local languages and that was not me. I wanted to do music that was worldwide. Also, I didn’t like the kind of beat that was produced for me.” “I am a creative person and always want to write and create something new but I was not allowed to do that at Lynx. “I wanted things to work because they are one of the few best record labels in Ghana but it didn’t happen so I parted ways with them” she said. Feli Nuna believes strongly now that her new management would help move her career to the next level. “If things were okay with Lynx, I wouldn’t have moved but life goes on and I believe I will do well with my new record label,” Feli Nuna said. Showbiz contacted Lynx Entertainment boss, Richie Mensah, who denied Feli Nuna’s claims, saying his outfit always gave room for creativity. “I don’t have to talk too much because our track record shows. Almost every artiste that has passed through Lynx Entertainment makes it big ,” he said. According to Richie, there was no way he would stifle creativity when he wanted his artistes to make it out there. “It is the wish of every management team to see his or her artistes go places and I don’t think any record label would do that,” he added. Feli Nuna is known for songs like Galaway, Dream, I like Am, Show Me, Afro Magic, Me and You. Her newest single “Love Me Now” features Stonebwoy.]]>

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Popular Hausa movie director, Nura Mustapha Waye dies a shocking and sudden death

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Nura Mustapha Waye, a movie director in the Hausa movie industry popularly known as Kannywood, has died. (more…)

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Mum tells Burna Boy to tone down on the madness as the Afrobeat star turns 31

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Bose Ogulu has told her son Burna Boy to “tone down the madness” as she celebrated his birthday. (more…)

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Perez Musik announces ‘Glorified’ concert with MOG Music, Akese Brempong, Efe Grace and Pita

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The Hewale Lala (Song Of strength) hit maker Perez Musik gets ready to have his first-ever major concert. (more…)

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610Music Unveil Their Artistes, Korsah and Richflow to the World

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Kofi Sonny, CEO of 610Music, a direct representative for Universal Music Group in Africa, unveiled two of his newly signed artistes to the world over the weekend. The event pulled in dignitaries from all over the globe to witness what many have dubbed “the birth of greatness.” (more…)

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Ghana Jamaica Homecoming Festival launched

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A press launch for this year’s Ghana-Jamaica Homecoming Festival was held yesterday, Thursday, June 30. (more…)

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GuiltyBeatz returns with a galactic dance anthem ‘Universe’ featuring Mr Hudson and Twitch 4EVA

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GuiltyBeatz is ringing in the summer! The Grammy-nominated Ghanaian producer and DJ is back with another dazzling solo effort – an Amapiano-infused dance anthem ‘Universe’ featuring Pop sensation, Mr Hudson and buzzing Ghanaian singer, Twitch 4EVA. (more…)

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