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SOF contestants shine on African Music Night but who makes the final cut?

The Stars of the Future night of African music over the weekend saw spirited performances from the five remaining contestants. Apart from being a night of tribute to the award winning OSIBISA band, the audience was treated to several carefully selected hit songs from diverse parts of the continent. There were, therefore two set of […]

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The Stars of the Future night of African music over the weekend saw spirited performances from the five remaining contestants. Apart from being a night of tribute to the award winning OSIBISA band, the audience was treated to several carefully selected hit songs from diverse parts of the continent. There were, therefore two set of performances from each contestant. The first was a composition by the internationally acclaimed OSIBISA band followed by another African composition.

Noella continued with her amazing showing in the competition on the night with a spectacular performance of the OSIBISA classic ‘Welcome Home’. She returned to complete what was described as a fantastic showing with a great performance of Yvonne Chaka Chaka’s ‘Thank you Mr. DJ for playing my song’.

Daniella had a perfect night, first doing an exclusive rendition of ‘Patapata’ originally composed by OSIBISA. Her second performance of Asa’s ‘Bibanka’ went well with the patrons on the night who couldn’t resist joining the talented singer.

After an unimpressive performance of the OSABISA song ‘Woyaya’, Kwame came back stronger to grab the shine and attention with his second performance. With a great stage craft, he got the entire auditorium going with him as he performed ‘Zo Blazo’ by Freddie Meiway.

Emmanuel had a great time as he performed ‘Warrior’ by OSIBISA then ‘Ekwe’ by Onyeka Onwenu much to the appreciation of the audience. It was another splendid moment when Kaki came out to perform ‘Kpatonga’ by Angeli Kudjoe and OSIBISA’s ‘Celebration’.

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The competition continues with the final eviction this week. Who makes the cut for the Top 4 Finale later this month? Stars of the future season five is sponsored by MTN with support from Somovision LG, Close Up, Vodka Kick, Koala, Spa 216, GTP and shows on Television Sunday at 1:30PM on GTV and 3PM on e.TV. There is a repeat show at Mondays, 12.30PM on GTV. The weekly eviction shows will air Tuesdays at 9PM on e.TV and 9:30PM on GTV. Those who miss the TV series can catch the radio series of SOF 5 on YFM every Monday at 7PM sharp.

 

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Grammys will lose its value if brought to Africa – King Paluta

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Reigning Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) New Artiste of the Year, King Paluta believes that bringing the Grammys to Africa would diminish the value of the prestigious award scheme. (more…)

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Hollywood made me realise i was a commodity – Genevieve Nnaji

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At the 2024 AfriCaribbean Trade and Investment Forum/Afreximbank Annual Meeting, Nigerian actress Genevieve Nnaji shared insights from her Hollywood experience following the success of her 2018 film “LionHeart,” acquired by Netflix. (more…)

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Supreme Court dismisses suit against FDA ban on celebrity alcoholic advert

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The Supreme Court has dismissed a suit seeking to declare as unconstitutional the Food and Drugs Authority’s (FDA) guidelines that prohibit celebrities from advertising for alcoholic beverages. (more…)

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I won’t abandon Efia Odo; she’s been a supportive friend – King Promise

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Afrobeats musician, King Promise, known in private life as Gregory Bortey Newman has addressed critics questioning his relationship with popular media personality Efia Odo. (more…)

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Ghanaians will soon fight South Africans over ownership of ‘Amapiano’ – Appietus

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian music producer and sound engineer, Appiah Dankwah, professionally known as Appietus has asserted that Ghanaians are on the verge of engaging in a dispute with South Africans regarding the ownership of ‘Amapiano’. (more…)

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I’m still considering another GWR attempt – Afua Asantewaa

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Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, the Ghanaian media personality and entrepreneur who tried to break the Guinness World Record for the longest individual singing session in December 2023 has expressed her determination to make another attempt at the record. (more…)

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