Just a few weeks after his epic battle with M.anifest over who is the rap boss in Ghana, self-proclaimed rap king, Sarkodie is set to sign onto Roc Nation, the record label founded by Ameican rapper and businessman, Jay Z.
The 2016 edition of the City People Entertainment Awards was staged in Lagos on Sunday July 24. The event celebrated Nigerian and Ghanaian entertainers who had excelled at their craft. Ghanaian personalities and entities who/which emerged winners include Live FM, Wiyaala, Shatta Wale and Kafui Danku.
www.primenewsghana.com understands highlife musician Daasebre Gyamenah has passed on to glory. Gyamenah whose other name is reportedly Abubakar Siddiq is said to have been birthed by a woman who held the Islamic faith although he was named Kojo Gyamenah later adding 'Daasebre' to denote his royalty.
Hiplifer Tic Tac is not enthused about retailer giant, Melcom’s use of his images despite expiration of a valid contract 6 years ago.
For continuously benefiting from his name and images, the ‘Philomena’ hitmaker through his lawyer Gary Nimako is demanding 500,000 cedis as compensation for illegal use of his visuals and gaining on his blind side.
Concert tickets for Stonebwoy’s Perth gig have been sold out. In a screenshot posted on social media by Perfect Promotions, promoters of the Stonebwoy Australia tour, VIP tickets for the first city the Ashaiman superstar will be playing have run out!
A daring claim has been made on live radio in Tamale involving one Mohammed Hafiz, Dema-Naa I.
According to the report, Hafiz who is the Chief Executive Officer of Tarch House Productions, was empaneled on the Zaa Chat Show, on Zaa Radio to discuss entertainment except he offered something different as indicated by nashiddi.com.
Gospel musician Gifty Osei evoked a fury of responses from observers and critics alike when she uploaded a video with heavy make-up on. In the video, the ‘Aseda’ hitmaker sought to encourage her fans to strive on despite challenges but her cosmetic face rather became a topic of discussion.
George Brigars Williams (8th January 1929- 1st August 2016) a broadcaster/journalist turned-actor, is one of the finest, classic and great Ghanaian actors. He was a smooth talker who had absolute flair over the Queen`s grammar. George whose acting dexterity catapulted him to participate in Nollywood movies as well was well known for his extraordinary performance in the popular 1990s TV drama series, Ultimate Paradise.