Young Ghanaian Rapper, Nuru has stated that he doubts the credibility of most music award schemes. Nuru raised several objections on twitter hitting specifically at Charter House’s ‘Vodafone Ghana Music Awards’. Most people in the entertainment industry get excited when their names pop up in events which are meant to award them but the question… Continue reading “Most Award Schemes Kill Creativity in Music” – Nuru
One of the greatest collaborations of our time, a collaboration the public has been thirsting to hear is finally here. Sarkodie and FlowKing Stone have finally done it. Two of the country’s best rappers deliver their best on one song. And it’s only right that as a Rap/Hip-Hop analyst I take us through the song,… Continue reading Flowking Stone VS. Sarkodie, who ‘murdered’ who on “Fire Bon Dem Remix”?
Every year after nominations are released, we debate endlessly about who didn’t deserve to make it and who should’ve made it on radio, television and on social media. Every year, we watch as the organisers make the same mistakes which we criticise with all the breath in our bodies but nobody really offers solutions or… Continue reading Ko-Jo Cue scrutinizes 2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Nominations
When I first heard rumours that Shatta Wale was not going to be nominated for any category in this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), I hoped it was nothing but hot air being blown by faceless doom mongers. The rumours, however gained more currency as the days went by, and the sources of the… Continue reading Shatta Wale owes Charter House no apology
By: Alfred Alborga As we wait patiently for the official nomination list for this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards( VGMA ), there are some few questions running through my mind which I believe needs to be discussed or carefully analyzed. The organizers of the VGMA have the exclusive right to decide who should get nominated… Continue reading Will Flowking Stone Get Nominated In This Year’s VGMA?
Folks, have you ever heard of the name “Phrimpong”? Okay, he is certainly one of Ghana’s few promising acts whose prospects are just endless. Born Derrick Frimpong Manso, Phrimpong is a Kumasi-based rapper who is often tagged by his fans and even critics as politically incorrect. Yes, he seems to be gaining mystery over revolutionary… Continue reading Phrimpong Set To Change The Face of Gh Rap With ‘The School’ Album
If music is to be done, it should be done well. But after it is done, it should be easily accessible to everyone who wants it. Many-a-time, musicians compose great pieces of music but it gets stuck on their laptop, CD, or even in the studio. Not that the artiste doesn’t have a listening audience,… Continue reading Making Music Easily Accessible To Everyone