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Sarkodie presents “The State of the Music Industry Address to Ghanaian Artistes and Fans” 2018

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BET Award winner and the number one rapper in Africa, Michael Kwesi Owusu Addo popularly known as “Sarkodie” in the music fraternity  has presented his ‘State of the Music Industry Address to Ghanaian Artistes and Fans 2018.’

The superstar has severally on Social Media posted words of advice to upcoming and already made artiste in Ghana on how the music industry has been and the way forward to live up to it.

Sarkodie, in a very sensitive and educative manner, expressed his knowledge as to how the fans played a loyal rule to his successes in the numerous awards he has as an artist. Saying that in a tweet post the king of rap noted: “And for the fans, we owe you everything!!! BET made me understand that I got the award because of you !!! And I know fans of various acts do same 🙏🏾” – Sarkodie.

This is indeed a wake-up call for other artistes to make a good fanbase hence a strong support system from their listeners and admirers.

As the “Highest” in the music industry as he is called by many and same as his 5th studio album, Sarkodie indicated in his “State of the Music Industry Address to Ghanaian Artistes and Fans” that he is too proud of how hardworking some Ghanaian artistes have been inputting Ghana on the global platform. “I will always say I’m too proud of how hard GH Artistes work to keep up with our peers outside with all our limitations… On our own, we’ve kept our names amongst The best in the continent… 🇬🇭👊🏾” – he stated in a post on Twitter.

Sarkodie also made in his address to the artiste that many of them have done so much well irrespective of the litte and sometimes no support from investors, most of them have gone the extra mile to attain more heights in their career as musicians.

Applauding few of the various gallant Ghanaian artistes, the Highest, Sarkodie in his address congratulated Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, R2Bees, EL, and many others for their positive energy in the music industry.

The State of the Music Industry Address to Ghanaian Artistes and Fans 2018 by Sarkodie, the Highest, had a piece of great advise for the young and upcoming arts such as Kuami Eugene, King Promise, Kurl Songx, KiDi, etc. hence acknowledging their great show of talents and pieces of music.

Sarkodie’s address got positive responses from artists as they replied to his tweets and also made their thoughts known.

The Highest, Sarkodie also mentioned another incident where fans and admirers might applaud various artists for their hard work if only they could see what goes on behind the scenes.

 

Story By: EllSamwise King (www.233times.com | www.paemuka.com) Follow @wise_tskd on social media.

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Ebony’s death: MUSIGA demands dualization of intercity highways

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The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) is demanding the dualization of major intercity highways in the country.

The president of the Union, Bice Osei Kuffuor, also known as Obuor, in an interaction with the press at the 1-week memorial of late dancehall musician, Ebony said the failure of successive governments to dualize major highways has resulted in several preventable deaths.

He said it was about time something urgent is done about the situation and the Union will embark on a massive campaign to demand action in that regard.

He bemoaned the increasing spate of road accidents resulting in the death of many Ghanaians.

Obuor told the press that, “when Ebony died, she didn’t just die, it calls for a revolution for us to make a movement towards solving this problem of road carnages. Ghana must welcome us. We will be coming to the districts, regions, cities to solicit for public consensus because it is about time that Ghana as a country has dual carriage roads across all regions. And that is something that we want Ebony’s [death] to be remembered for.

He said MUSIGA will champion the campaign through important collaborations with governmental and arts bodies including the GHAMRO to ensure that road carnages are significantly reduced.

Ebony, born, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng died in a road accident on February 8, 2018 when a jeep she was travelling in skidded off its lane and ran into a VIP bus at Mankraso in the Ashanti Region.

Her death brings to memory other similar events involving celebrities such as Suzzy Williams, Terry Bonchaka, Kwame Owusu-Ansah and Vybrant Faya.

Meanwhile, the Minister for Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Catherine Abelema  Afeku, has said her Ministry will embark on a road safety awareness campaign to ensure sanity on the roads to save more lives.

Speaking at Ebony’s one-week memorial service on Sunday, she charged players in the entertainment industry to take the lead in road safety campaigns.

“This is a rallying call for the musicians, the artistes of Ghana to come together and to make a bold statement on road safety on the lives of the precious talent and creative citizens of this country, and the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture will support you,” she said.

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Madonna: My Son Will Be Malawi President

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Pop star Madonna has called her son, David Banda, “the future president of Malawi” in a tweet praising the 12-year-old.

The US singer has six children, four of whom she adopted from Malawi.

The singer has reportedly had a fractious relationship with Malawi’s authorities.

In 2013, Malawi accused Madonna of “bullying state officials”, exaggerating her contribution to the country and demanding VIP treatment.

Madonna’s manager accused Malawi’s government of having a “grudge” against the singer’s charity, Raising Malawi, which she founded the same year she adopted David.

Last year, Malawi granted Madonna permission to adopt two more children, and she became mother to twin baby girls Esther and Stella Mwale.

 

Source: BBC

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 Comedienne  Emmanuella Lands Disney Role

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Popular Nigerian child comedienne, Emmanuella Samuel, has announced she is going to work for Disney.

The seven-year-old child star made the announcement on her Instagram page by posting a picture of herself on set.

On the post she thanked all her supporters and said, “I never dreamed of being here so soon.”

She then made a joke about her outfit in a second post.

Emmanuella stars as one of the characters in a hugely successful comedy channel on YouTube – Mark Angel Comedy. The channel regularly gets millions of views.

There were more than seven million views for one of her skits, which showed the mischievous trait she is well known for.

Nigerian Senate President Bukola Saraki was among the high-profile people to congratulate her.

In 2016, she was awarded the Best New Comedienne and Princess of Comedy at the Afro-Australia Music and Movie Awards in Australia. She is also the first African to have one million subscribers on her YouTube comedy channel.

 

Source: BBC

 

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