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Patoranking reportedly detained in Uganda, Publicist says claim false

Although Uganda’s Red Pepper reported that Patoranking, was detained on August 2 at the Entebbe International Airport for failing to adhere to known procedure to get an entry visa, the artiste’s publicist Omotayo Levi stated the reports were false adding "It's a lie, It is not true."

Rio sex girl eager to earn gold in her pocket during Olympics

Sitting in a beach bar beside the sweeping sands of Rio’s Copacabana Beach, escort girl and sex worker Juliana calls the Olympics Games a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity to make big money’ and meet men from across the world.

Nii Funny, Tinny, Luther others thrill hundreds at Homowo Bash

Journalist Halifax Ansah Addo’s ‘Lyrics and More’ pulled off a successful show when hundreds showed up for the Gamashie Homowo Bash meant to entertain Ga indigenes after the ban on drumming and noise making had been lifted and to mark the annual festival of Homowo.

Shatta Wale gets verified on Twitter, quickly fires shot at Samini

Theirs is a tango sure not to end soon. When Shatta Wale was implying he was the main stay and that ‘Olu’ Samini should stop claiming that he still reigns, the Dagaati man volleyed that he should get verified on twitter first before proceeding to boast of supremacy.

SEE: Mzbel's promotional photos for NDC

Just a few days after publicly declaring support for President John Mahama and releasing a new campaign song, "JM Toaso", controversial musician Mzbel seems to be really gearing up for the campaign.

Wiyaala earns invite to UK gigs for August & September

For the fifth year running In Place Of War presents Voices Of The Revolution. We are bringing together an inspirational line up of all-female musicians from Ghana, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Colombia, Bangladesh, Rwanda, Venezuela, Egypt and the UK, to collaborate, create and perform with each other.

I'm not submitting my songs for VGMA 2017 – Shatta Wale

Some of Ghana’s biggest stars are still celebrating winning some of the top awards at this year’s Vodafone Ghanaian Music Awards, while others (especially a few newcomers) will already be planning for the 2017 ceremony. One person who won’t be involved in next year’s awards is rapper, Shatta Wale.