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Meet Blezz Kid, the singer who hopes to make ‘timeless’ music

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Nana Akwasi Asiedu Mensah, known in the showbiz world as Blezz Kid is a fast-rising Afropop artiste who hails from the golden city, Obuasi.

He started singing when he was just six years old. according to him, Nigeria’s Wizkid is his biggest inspiration in the music industry.

In 2018, Blezz Kid got signed to  Mind move Entertainment record label under which he has released three singles ‘WINNING’, ‘ODO’ and ‘My Love’

Speaking in an interview on AmeyawTV, Blezz Kid stated that he wants his music to be “timeless” and appeal to all generations.

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George Britton is no longer a member of my team -Camidoh

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Ghanaian Afrobeats sensation, Camidoh has stated that talent manager ,George Britton is no longer an official member of his team. (more…)

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Ghanaian artiste, Henry Nuamah, professionally known as Krymi, has opened up about his departure from Highly Spiritual Music. (more…)

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Dutylex Ghana opens new facility in Tema; announces its partnership with Petro-Canada lubricants as exclusive distributors for west Africa, East Africa and central Africa

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Dutylex Ghana, the premier bulk engine oil distributor in Ghana has inaugurated a state-of-the-art facility in Tema, marking a significant milestone in the company’s expansion strategy. (more…)

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I was going through some hard times – Camidoh addresses fan concerns over his marijuana use

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Ghanaian singer Camidoh has addressed fan concerns about a video circulating online that shows him smoking weed (marijuana). (more…)

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I wasn’t discovered by Dr Pounds or Castro – Kofi Kinaata

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Celebrated Ghanaian songwriter and rapper, Martin King Arthur best known as Kofi Kinaata has expressed gratitude to individuals who supported his music career but says none of them discovered him. (more…)

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I didn’t compose ‘Go High’ for NPP; They paid for copyright and used it – Philipa Baafi

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During the 2008 general elections, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) favored her hit song Go High. However, Ghanaian gospel musician, Philipa Baafi has clarified that the song was not created specifically for the political party. (more…)

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