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Madras features Ponobiom on ‘Bra Begye’



Up-and-coming Ghanaian hilife artist, Madras releases his second song, ‘Bra Begye’, produced by Da Beatmasta today, July 26, 2020.

The song features uptown energy boss, Ponobiom, who displays his usual versatility on it.

According to Madras, “we chose Ponobiom for this song because this track, being hilife, suits his rhymes and rhythms in rap. He sings very well, which added a different twist to the feature.”

With every relationship having its ups and downs, the song, “‘Bra Begye’ admonishes married couples to desist from involving too many friends in their marriages. As too many third parties on issues concerning their marriages usually do not have good intentions in helping maintain the marriage.”

“Surprisingly, most of these marriages that involve too many friends with their ill-advises, opinions and suggestions on how marriage is supposed to be and what the role of either the man or woman should be results in separation and mostly divorces due to the emotional manipulations by most of these friends,” he advised in a chitchat with

“This song seeks to counsel spouses to take hold of their marriages as its their rightful duties to and rather resort to praying when a situation goes beyond their understanding and strength, ” Madras added.

‘Bra Begye’ song comes with an unofficial animated video, which is published, on his YouTube Channel, Madras Music Gh.

Madras’ debut single was ‘Wasei me’.

Madras’ Profile

Born and bred in Tema, Madras known in real life as Ohene Adu-Nti started music after his O’level education at Chemu Secondary School. He met Nana Fynn of ‘Odo Handkerchief’ fame who taught him how to play the piano.

His association with Nana Fynn made him learn more from some music prodigies such as AB, a music producer, Lokal Krysis, a Reggae sensation based in the U.S. and Bright Amankwah, a US-based classical musician, whom he attended church with in Tema.

After 6th Form, Bright Amankwah then a lecturer at University of Education, Winneba urged him to pursue a degree in music. Since then he has been one of the pivots in the Ghana music industry.

He was trained by and worked with the likes of Fred Kyei Mensah (Freddyma), Dominic Ansah Asare of MIDO productions, T.V.O. Lamptey of Vision-Audio Lab, Dan Bassey of Bassey Mix, Kofi Agyeman (Light Seekers, Sunyani) amongst a list of notable Sound Engineers. To his credit, he trained KinDee and KayDee, both best known for producing Kofi Kinaata and Ernest Opoku respectively.

Madras worked with One Mic Entertainment whilst in Ghana as an A&R Manager to Okyeame Kwame.

He has a very rich background in the choral industry directing the Tema Youth Choir successfully for 7 years and has to his credit several popular choral compositions including ‘Fire Burning in my soul’, ‘Hwe m’ahuofe’, and ‘I’ll lift up your name’ (King of Kings, Lord of Lords), among others.

Through his choral experience, Madras hosted a Charity Concert in 2018 in Ghana during which he was able to raise GHC20,000 with the help of some renowned Choirs in support of The Royal Seed Orphanage.

Watch ‘Bra Begye’ animated video below:



Tems announced as Apple Music Next Up Artist, set to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live



Apple Music today announced artist/producer Tems as the latest addition to its Up Next program, Apple Music’s monthly artist initiative geared towards identifying, showcasing and elevating rising talent. The artist just announced her signing to Since ’93/RCA Records, following the release of her new single, ‘Crazy Tings.’

Tems is a dynamic songwriter and producer who is bringing a new energy to the Nigerian music scene. The Isale Eko native boasts a blend of R&B and Soul paired with African nuances to create her unique sound. Last year, Tems released her first EP, For Broken Ears, which was the top R&B album in 43 countries, receiving nods from artists like Brent Faiyaz, Chris Brown, Drake, and more. Tems also appears on Drake’s newest album, Certified Lover Boy, as well as Wizkid’s standout single, ‘Essence,’ which has held the #1 position on Shazam’s Top 200 Charts. Dubbed the “song of the summer” by critics/fans, the track went #1 at Urban Radio and #1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, with a new version recently released with Justin Bieber. Tems’ songs have been prominently featured on Apple Music playlists such as Afrobeats HitsAfrica NowTop 100: Nigeria, she was deemed an Apple Music ‘Africa Rising‘ artist, has curated exclusive guest playlists for Apple Music Africa Month and Holiday Sounds, and contributed to Apple Music’s Exclusive Original Playlist: Juneteenth 2021: Freedom Songs.

“I’m so so excited to be selected as the Apple Music Up Next artist,” says Tems. “I’m happy that I can share my story and the story of where I am from. Sending huge love to Apple Music for encouraging artists, and providing the visibility needed to impact societies on a global scale.”

“Tems once told me that ‘being yourself actually takes more courage than people would imagine,” said Apple Music 1 host Nadeska. “In her career that has meant ignoring opinions and pressure to compromise her music, while constantly defying expectations. Her debut EP was raw and addictive, leaving fans hungry for her next release. And no matter how her songwriting evolves, her unique and captivating vocal tone will bring her the spotlight on any original or feature record she touches.”

In her Up Next film out today, Tems shares details of her journey, growing up with a single mom in Lagos, Nigeria, being extremely introverted, and afraid to use her regular singing voice because it was too “textured.” She also talks about getting a job right out of university because she thought she had to provide and that’s what her family wanted. She tells Apple Music: “My decision to quit my job, that leap that I took, literally everything was just coming together. Just off ’Try Me’ alone I had a lot of shows. I couldn’t go out anymore, I couldn’t go to the supermarket anymore, I was like, ‘ok something is happening.’ ’Try Me’ came out of that strife, and I really wanted it to mean something, especially for Nigerians, people that live in this country, because things are hard.”

Additional Up Next campaign moments include a Jimmy Kimmel Live! performance on September 29 and a sit down interview with Apple Music 1’s Nadeska, where she discusses her highlights from the last year, working with Wizkid on ‘Essence,’ as well as its remix with Justin Bieber, and the new music she has coming.

Watch the Apple Music Tems Up Next film HERE

Check out her Apple Music 1 interview with Nadeska HERE

Stream the If Orange Was A Place EP today and add the Apple Music Up Next Playlist into your listening rotation.

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Listen Up: Ceccy Twum Back With New Single ” His Name is Jesus’



Multiple award-winning gospel soloist Ceccy Twum has finally unveiled the much-anticipated single dubbed  ” His Name is Jesus ”.  The song highlights resorting to God for all solutions to your prayers. His Name is Jesus is also a musical portrayal of the Hegemony of God as He is all-powerful enough to be your strong refuge in times of trials.

The gospel sensation delivered some incredible vocals on this new soul-lifting and fascinating single. The video was directed by Piccolo Mondo.

Ceccy Twum born Ceccy Abena Ampratwum is a celebrated Ghanaian gospel singer. She released her first album Me Gyefo ne Yesu in 2005, which brought her into the limelight.

The spirit-filled singer has collaborated and performed on major platforms with several gospel musicians, including Mercy ChinwoJoe MettleOhemaa MercyMOG MusicNathaniel BasseySinachFrank Edwards, and more.

Ceccy has many hits songs including Victory, Di Wo Hene, Your Grace, Jehovah, Amen, and many more. In 2018 her major hit single Jehovah earned her a nomination at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards as the Gospel song of the year. She was also nominated for Artiste Of Excellence West Africa at the African Music And Media Awards.


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Shade O Introduces New Music Genre Called “Afrocarribean Sounds”



Talented songwriter and singer, Amos Nii Yartey known in the music industry as Shade O once again justified his godlike abilities, as he has brought a new spectacular genre of music never heard of before. He calls this, the “Afrocarribean sounds.” Being a creative music maestro, the hit maker has conjoined African sounds with Caribbean tunes to create a harmonious blend. This worldwide appeal genre, he believes, will be a rooted feat, emulated by all musicians and loved by all and sundry.

Shade O, signed under Altmost Entertainment has released earlier, hit songs like ‘criminal,’ ‘crazy,’ ‘where dem dey,’ among several others. He also released the L’amor Ep which was a masterpiece cluster of songs, featuring renowned artists such as Kelvyn Boy, Dr. Cryme, Ephraim, Yaw Berk and several others. On 15th October 2021, Shade O will drop a love banger titled, “Low.”

Cruise along with this music gem, Shade O and enjoy his sensational Afrocarribean songs yet to spice the music industry.

Get Audio Here – 

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Instagram & Twitter: shadeorijinal

Facebook: Shade

YouTube: Altmost Entertainment

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Listen UP: Field Marshall breaks long silence with “Stamina”



Field Marshall returns again for the ladies. This time he brings “Stamina” in different forms he expresses in the song which is quite relative. 


Though a clean lyric song, it connotes very raunchy language with sweet melodies to grab the attention of the ladies. 


MOG Beatz who produced the record seem to have a great synergy with Field Marshall whose real name is Abubakar Ibn Sawyer. He is a prolific songwriter who holds prowess over African sounds and the Reggae genre; he boastfully fits in all genres with his silky voice and melodies with which he does with so much ease, as exhibited in this latest song “Stamina”.


According to him, “the song expresses how African Men are sexually fit and don’t need any boring woman during sex. As an African man you need to be fit and service a woman nicely to feel good.”


Listen to the song here on Digital Stores:


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Field Marshall is a Ghanaian Afrobeats & Reggae/Dancehall crooner; he belongs to Team Unify and runs Field Marshall Music under his arm. 


Follow him on Facebook and Instagram @FieldMarshallMusic and
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Listen UP: Feli Nuna Drops ‘Anadwo



Off Da Ground Ghanaian-based singer “Feli Nuna” is one of the best talented African descendants who have been making waves locally and internationally with every single release.
Following her hit-single “Wanted” which came with a smash visual, Feli Nuna has released a new song.
Titled “Anadwo” which means “Tonight” it implies how lovers express themselves together during the night as it goes on to talk about deeper stuff.
The song was produced by Lex.
Take a listen and enjoy the beautiful “Anadwo” below.
Feli Nuna signed to Off Da Ground record label broke into the Ghanaian music scene in 2012. An alumna of Coke Studio Africa 2016, she is known in Ghana for a number of singles including ‘I Like Am’, ‘Lose Control’, ‘Afro Magic’, ‘Dream’ and ‘Azumah’. She has worked with Pappy Kojo, Stonebwoy and Kuami Eugene, and performed at international events including the Yaws Fashion Show in the Gambia and the Asia-Africa Youth Festival in China.L
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Larruso and M.anifest share their candid thoughts on new song ‘The Truth’



Larruso’s latest release has the Afro-Dancehall prodigy enlist Ghana’s very own god MC, M.anifest, as the two represent the voice of the streets and give an account that is by every means engrossing. Listen here:


Titled ‘The Truth’, Larruso offers an Afro-fusion thrill charged with a sweet blend of guitar strings, drums and a deep-toned backdrop courtesy of producer, Phantom, while drawing attention to his impeccable delivery and M.anifest’s entertaining verse. Both artists give voice and much character to their undiluted truths about life in a country that grows increasingly hellish, embracing impending success, as they conveniently touch on Ghana’s mounting economic woes.

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It’s a soothing 3-minutes from the Ghanaian dancehall star, one that listeners will have no trouble bonding to as they make their way through their respective weekly grinds.

Listen to ‘The Truth’ by M.anifest here:

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