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V.I.P rocks T-Poly and shoots video with Flavour Nabania

Hiplife group, V.I.P and their protégées F.O.I thrilled the students of the Takoradi Polytechnic with electrifying performances on Saturday night, as part of activities to bring the institution’s Akwaaba Week to an end.  They were the special guests for the well received variety show that saw performances from various local talents from Takoradi, including a […]

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IMG 2285Hiplife group, V.I.P and their protégées F.O.I thrilled the students of the Takoradi Polytechnic with electrifying performances on Saturday night, as part of activities to bring the institution’s Akwaaba Week to an end.  They were the special guests for the well received variety show that saw performances from various local talents from Takoradi, including a few from the institution itself.

The performance at Takoradi Polytechnic was just one of the many activities that the group embarked on during the weekend, with a lot more planned in the coming weeks. V.I.P over the weekend commenced a video shoot for their song, ‘My Baby’ featuring Nigerian sensation, Flavour Nabania of the hit ‘Ashawo’ fame.  The video for the Jam Master Jay produced cut from the hugely successful album, ‘Progress’ is being shot by Gyo of Phamous People.

According to V.I.P, they expect the new video to be nothing short of the benchmark that they’ve set with their music videos, which saw them grab 6 nominations in the upcoming 4syte Music Video Awards.  Later in the week, V.I.P would also appear in the video shoot for F.O.I’s latest single, ‘One More Time’ featuring V.IP.  The group is also the Executive Producers for the upcoming debut album of F.O.I (Fruit of Inspiration).IMG 2297IMG 2315IMG 2352IMG 2358IMG 2360

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Ghana’s Gospel industry is full of hypocrisy – Patience Nyarko

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Ghanaian gospel singer, Patience Nyarko has taken to social media to lambast her fellow gospel musicians and industry players who are speaking against Nathaniel Bassey’s recent advice to Ghanaian gospel musicians. (more…)

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It’s The End for Sammy Forson as he says goodbye to Joy FM

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Sammy Forson, host of Ignition and the Weekend City Show on Joy 99.7 FM, has concluded his tenure at the station, having joined The Multimedia Group in 2018. (more…)

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Celestine Donkor apologizes for her comments on Nathaniel Bassey’s advice to GH gospel artists

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Award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter, Celestine Donkor has rendered an unqualified apology to all and sundry who find her recent statement about Nathaniel Bassey’s advice to Ghanaian gospel singers in bad taste. (more…)

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There is no money in gospel music in Ghana – Sonnie Badu 

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Renowned Ghanaian gospel singer, Sonnie Badu has boldly stated that there is a financial struggle within the Ghanaian gospel music industry. (more…)

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The support for female musicians should not be limited to the industry, we need support from gov’t etc.- Eno Barony

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Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Eno Barony, believes the campaign for support for women in the music industry should not be limited to the industry, but spread across. (more…)

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Ghana Is Now Better Than London – Chairman Wontumi Claims 

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The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Bernard Antwi Boasiako, better known in the political space as Chairman Wontumi has boldly asserted that Ghana is currently better than London in terms of development and progress. (more…)

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