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PODCAST: PY Says Show (Episode 6) – Music, Sex and More!!!



pysays time line 4As usual the podcast kicks off with a selection of songs by three (3) artistes from the African continent and Diaspora in the Threesome segment. For this episode it begins with “Versatility” by BLACKUP, an emcee of Ghanaian heritage based in Chicago and the female emcee XTATIC from Kenya with “Let’s go Wild”. These two artistes’s music boast of an unadulterated urban and hip-hop swag that has always been associated with the hip-hop genre. “Cindarella” by the silky smooth David Jay, a singer with Gambian roots based in Denmark ensures that the theme of this podcast is never lost. Agnes Ntow introduces the highly anticipated Track of the Month from Ghana along the journey. The episode’s Street Mix, a period of uninterrupted hits cooked up by a different DJ for each show is served courtesy of DJ Stackz. In line with the theme of sex and intimacy, DJ Stackz’ slow-tempo and groovy Zouk collection is ideal for the lovers who tune in.

The episode’s Straight Talk interview with special guest Nana Darkoa is not to be missed.  The exchange of views clears any doubt about the emergence of the African woman’s voice. Nana Darkoa breezes through the subject matter of sex and the deeply rooted attitudes and stigmas within African society while explaining her vision coined as “sex-positivism”.
The PY Says Show is positioned to promote and give further visibility to Ghana’s emerging cosmopolitan character, which is gaining significant international recognition for its entertainment and music output. The podcast is produced by ChorkorHeights, a Brand Development Agency based in Accra.  Hosted by PY Addo-Boateng and co-host Ms Agnes Ntow, it showcases themes and trendy topics that engage primarily the youth. Both persons are TV personalities for two of the most popular shows on the television network Via SAT 1. PY is currently co-host for “The One Show” starring Jocelyn Dumas, while Agnes is co-host of the “Jamming Spot”.
The PY Says Show incorporates an original soundtrack for each episode created and recorded entirely at the ChorkorHeights studios, culminating into a lounge ambience in which the hosts flow through a variety of subject matters related to Ghana’s entertainment, music and social scenes. The segments on the PY Says Show feature African music, interviews, a special dj set and updates on events and places to go to. The show leans heavily on music put out by artistes that have a keen sense of the current aspirations of the youth both home and abroad. Also, special guests are selected to give expression to other realms of the performing arts such as spoken word, poetry and acting as well as invite the views advocating for positive social change. It therefore appeals to a cross-section of music fans, socialites and activists who share an interest in Ghanaian modern culture.
Executive Producers and multi-faceted brothers Koblah Gbeho and Senam Gbeho lead this ChorkorHeights production. Koblah Gbeho is a recognized beat maker in the Ghanaian music industry having done remixes for the likes of King Ayisoba, Sena Dagadu and a host of other talents. Senam “E-Twin” Gbeho is a rapper/songwriter who has worked with the likes of EL, M.anifest, Trigmatic, Sena Dagadu, Offie and Ian Jazzi.

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