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I don’t feel women but women feel me-Kunta Kinte



Kunta Kinte

As Ghanaians were dancing to their hit song “Simple”, sad news hit the chest of the music lovers, Kunta Kinte one of the talented youngest rapper from Bradez fame was stricken by stroke.

Many speculations sparked out pertaining to his ailment, some attributed his predicament to Casanova behaviour however the “One Gallon” hit maker revealed in a media interview that he had a busy schedule and before his ordeal he performed from shows to shows hence had no time to womanize or socialize.

Speaking to , he said “People say I run after girls but I don’t feel women, women rather feel me. I was too busy to involve myself with women because I will move from one show to the other and I return home late in the night, so how can I chase women,” he queried.

Kunta lamented that he had only a girlfriend and he never cheated on her adding that his sudden stroke was a blow to his lover and got her baffled throughout the years he spent on bed.

Voicing out his displeasure about his ordeal he claimed his enemies were behind his ailment and were envious of his success due to his wildness in singing, he was always up to task and fantastic in all that he did.

He further stated that no one would be able to stop him from pursuing his music career if they were unable to shut his mouth from speaking.

“I am not tired of rapping and you know what? They tried to shut my mouth for 5months. I couldn’t open my mouth and I couldn’t even pronounce the word ‘boy’ but by God’s grace I can talk and now I even rap better than those times, God is great and I thank him,” he stated.

Talking about his return into the music industry, he opined that he has so many projects on the way for this year to thrill his fans for them to know Kunta is still a gem in Ghana showbiz.

He told he would be releasing videos for his single songs which he featured the hot sensational Fante rapper Kofi Kinaata, Okyeame Kwame and his recent music titled “Borga Aba”, a song that he featured his half brother Flowking Stone.

After releasing ‘Resurrection of Kunta, Metiri bomu, I Dey for You’ in 2016 his fans were expecting him to be consistent but along the line he fell off, reacting to this, he disclosed that he didn’t meet the expectations of fans simply because he was advised by his management to hold on for a while before dropping songs to entertain them.

The award winning rapper opined that he had been working on hit songs behind the scene, songs that would wow funs for them to know that he resurrected and he returned with a bang.

Kunta, born Kwaku Nsiah-Amankwah, suffered stroke at the age of 21 when he was a student at the School of Performing Arts, Legon in level 200.

The rapper and his brother Stone made up the Bradez music duo, they hit the limelight when they released ‘One Gallon’ in 2005, they got more popular and had many Ghanaians singing and dancing to their tempo when they lighted the music industry with hot sensational banger ‘Simple’ in 2009, a song that fetched them award from a strong competitive nomination in 2010 VGMA.

By Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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Ghanaians don’t patronise Reggae/Dancehall music-Ak Songstress claims



Music lovers in the country barely patronise reggae and dancehall tunes, the vibrant female reggae and dancehall goddess, Ak Songstress has claimed.

She insisted that they only loved the idea of reggae and dancehall music as a genre but did not have any heart for the art.

According to her, that has compelled many dancehall artistes like Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Samini and Epixode to embrace the Afro pop genre in order to respond to the changing demands of the Ghanaian music industry.

The songstress responding to the sidelines of the reggae and dancehall tunes to in Accra on Friday noted that the genre in reality was relegated to the background as many music lovers did not actually understand the language and the music.

She maintained that the language barrier made the consumers loss interest in the dancehall music, thus compelled her to promote her reggae and dancehall music in the foreign countries.

Ak Songstress

The dancehall diva lamented that radio stations and Disc jockeys (Djs) in the country arranged their play list in such a way that only fix afro beat tracks and not dancehall tunes, adding that “so you will mostly hear them playing my new afro beat track ware me, operation feed yourself, secret admirer among others.”

She indicated that she was breaking crowds with reggae and dancehall genre across the globe and has released uncountable reggae dance hall tracks this year for which she was nominated for international awards.

“My dancehall tracks get more attention in foreign countries but it is opposite in the country, slow it down has been nominated for United Kingdom (UK) Ghana music award as reggae dancehall song of the year,” she said.

The latest reggae/dancehall song from Ak

The sensational versatile songstress expressed commitment to make the industry very vibrant, starting off she said she has released a tribute song for lucky Dube titled “It is not easy” ahead of her upcoming Extended Play (EP).

Chipping the site in her mini album, Ak reiterated that the EP is dubbed “Final burial of critics” which would be released in October and promised that it would be “the mother of all dancehall music ever produced in the country.”


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Engage ‘our’ aged people in movies-Vincent McCauley calls on movie producers



One of the celebrated Ghanaian actors, Vincent McCauley has expressed displeasure about the rate movie producers sidelined aged people in movies.

According to him, the act has shifted attention of movie consumers in the country to Nollywood movies, lamenting that it has crippled the growth of the industry.

Speaking exclusively to in Accra on Thursday, the talented actor bemoaned that the industry was not competitive enough for other producers to present something new thus they all geared towards same direction, repeating same mistakes.

He said the country was endowed with talented elderly women and men with lots of  veteran actors and actresses who could be featured to play the role of grandmothers, mothers, in-laws and other elderly roles to showcase the talents of adults.

That, the ace actor intimated was not what people see in the industry and called on producers to desist from using renowned young actors and actresses to play the role of aged in movies.

He stressed that movie depicted real life story and the content narrated to watchers would back how important the story was if the cast play their role well and right people were used to make watchers have the natural feel.

For the film industry to grow, Vincent McCauley suggested that producers should imitate Nollywood, Bollywood and other great industries to work on the way they cast their movies and urged the citizenry to also embrace new talents when they are introduced in movies.

“Sometimes the producers are also scared that people might not like the new talent introduced, that is why they keep repeating the same people to act the roles,” he said.

The actor underscored the need for the industry to produce contents that would target kids to help curb promiscuity among them.

“It is sad that the industry is saturated with adults movies with little act for kids to watch, kids deserve to have something that will empower them to unleash their talent,” the actor stated.

He indicated that kids were endowed with talents and was time for producers to make stars out of them and also cautioned parents to monitor their wards from watching movies that could destroy their moral upbringing.

Known for his maiden TV series things we do for love, he also stared in Adams Apple and has played major role in lots of Ghallywood movies.


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Benemma Poetry Network Presents Vibes Under Moon On UCC Campus



Vibes under moon is a poetry event which is being organized by Benemma Poetry Network and is scheduled to take place on 20th September, 2019 at the forecourt of University of Cape Coast Senior Club House between 5:30pm and 9: 30pm.
The aim of the event is to demonstrate to the Ghanaian community the richness and impactful nature of poetry.

Students of the University of Cape Coast and the entire populace of the Cape Coast municipality will be exhilarated by stunning poetry performances as one of Ghana’s finest poets; Nana Asaase prepares to perform at the maiden edition of Vibes Under moon. Philip Boakye Dua Oyinka, popularly known as Nana Asaase, is one of the sought-after figures in the Ghanaian art industry owing to his established credentials as arguably the best poet the country has had over the past decade.

Nana Asaase (Poet)

He performed at the 2018 edition of the Ghana UK based Achievement Awards and was even presented with an honorary award at the maiden edition of the Ghana Writer’s award in 2016. Nana Asaase is a member of the National Folklore Board and the CEO of Asaase Inscriptions, Ghana’s First Literary Coaching Agency.
His presence will certainly light up the event which is being organized by Benemma Poetry Network, a poetry network in Cape Coast with the aim of igniting the interest in poetry.

There will be other performing artistes at the event including: Soul musician Nene Narh, poets:Enaa de poet Cobbold, Kweku Dallah, Jay Dee, Emstabos, Fritz D Poet, Folivi, Scortia, Rick d biggerMan, Xarxas, D poet, Alexandra Koka, Jason Appiatu, Christmal and Kweku Anamon Taylor.

Nene Narh (Soul Musician)

The rate for the event is GHc5.00 and interested persons can contact 0540260305/ 0554162825 to purchase an advance ticket.
Brands interested in sponsoring the event can as well contact the aforementioned numbers.

Source: Benemma Poetry Network

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