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GHANA’S GOSPEL MUSIC INDUSTRY IS BETTER NOW- JOE METTLE

Artiste of the Year at the 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Joe Oscar Mettle, has told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that the gospel music industry in Ghana has matured. When he was asked by host Akwasi Sarpong how he would rate the gospel music industry beyond its spiritual fulfillment, he

SAMIRA BAWUMIA AND OTHER DIGNITARIES LAUDS MANASSEH AZURI

Ace journalist, Manasseh Azure has received commendations from the Founder of Salt and Light Ministries, Rev. Dr. Joyce Aryee and Second Lady, Samira Bawumia for his latest book, ‘Letters to My Wife’. The book which was launched on Wednesday at Christ the King Parish hall in Accra is a collection of

I CANT PERFORM FOR FREE- DIANA HAMILTON

UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer, Diana Antwi Hamilton, has stated that there is nothing wrong with gospel musicians demanding a fee to perform at church services, saying gospel musicians, like labourers, are worth their wages. The issue of gospel artistes charging a fee prior to performing at church events remains a contentious

SINGING ABOUT ‘GALAMSEY’ WONT STOP THE PROBLEM- AMANDZEBA

In an obvious response to the calls on musicians to join the crusade against illegal mining, prolific highlife singer Nat Brew, also known as Amandzeba, has said creative artistes cannot do the work of government. Musicians in the country have come under massive pressure from entertainment critics and analysts for failing

I WASH MY WIFE’S PANTIES- MANNASEH

“I will wash your pants any day. You don’t need to fall sick. I will gladly wash your pants anytime there’s the need to do so. I will wash them any day of the month. That is my answer. And it is the truth you wanted to hear from me. “Washing

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