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Business College International (BCI) students eulogize Ebony

Students of Business College International (BCI), Tamale, on the occasion of the College’s 15th Anniversary launch, eulogized the late dancehall Artiste, Ebony Reigns in grand style. The Anniversary launch coincided with the funeral of Ebony Reigns at the State House in Accra on Saturday, March 24, 2018. The College’s talented music stars put up a splendid performance onstage, singing some ...

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#MOGO2018 in pictures

The 2018 edition of Music of Ghana Origin (MOGO) organised by Citi 97.3 FM, came off today [Saturday], March 24, 2018 at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel in Accra. The event featured ‘native son’ of Ghanaian music, Amandzeba, ‘Gyata Bi’ singer Adane Best, traditional Ga ensemble, Dromo Naa and master keyboardist Isaac Aryee. Patrons of this year’s MOGO were ...

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Dancehall diva Ebony Reigns goes home [Photos]

Thousands thronged the forecourt of the State House in Accra today to bid farewell to the late dancehall artiste, Pricilla Opoku-Kwarteng, known in music circles as Ebony Reigns. The funeral which was attended by colleagues, fans and sympathizers started with a traditional music and dance performance from the Amamre Ensemble. They performed Akan traditional music and dances, ranging from kete, ...

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‘Ebony was a kind, prayerful Christian’ – Manager

Manager of deceased Dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns has eulogized the singer, describing her as a staunch Christian. According to Ricky “Bullet” Nana Agyeman, contrary to popular belief, Ebony was a committed Christian who occasionally had prayer sessions with prophets and Christian leaders. “Contrary to the reports widely circulated and the unfounded perception that Ebony was untrained and from a nonreligious background, ...

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Adane Best, Amandzeba set to thrill fans at #MOGO2018 tonight

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Citi FM‘s much-anticipated Music of Ghanaian Origin Concert (MOGO) comes off at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel tonight [Saturday]. The programme, organized by Citi 97.3 FM, forms part of activities to mark the station’s Heritage Month initiative which seeks to project the culture and heritage of Ghana. Patrons will be treated to songs from Amandzeba, one of Ghana’s finest ...

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Funeral of Ebony Reigns underway [Photos]

The funeral of Dancehall artiste, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, known in showbiz circles as Ebony Reigns, is underway at the forecourt of the State House in Accra. The ceremony comes on the back of a concert which was held at the Trade Fair Centre on Friday night in honour of the late artiste. Ebony died on February 8, 2018 with two ...

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Stonebwoy should leave Zylofon Media and be ‘free’ [Article]

I am not a prophet of doom; in fact, I am not a prophet at all. I have never had any revelation from God before. I am just a writer who opens a vein with his pen and predicts possible occurrences through observation, intuition and critical analysis of issues. Not long ago, I was insulted by some people because I ...

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‘Wogbejeke’ song birthed my African identity – Amandzeba

Highlife legend Amandzeba, formerly known as Nat Brew, has revealed that the change of his name was inspired by the release of his song ‘Wogbejeke.’ Speaking to Osei Kwame on Citi FM’s ‘Brunch in the Citi’ on Tuesday morning, he said his journey to self-discovery was when he was exposed to a different environment in the United Kingdom and realised ...

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Annual Music, Magic and Comedy show slated for April 21

Global Media Alliance, organizers of the superstar entertainment show, Music, Magic and Comedy (MMC LIVE), says all is set for the 3rd edition of the show packed with a good dose of music, magic and comedy. MMC LIVE is a wholesome entertainment show that features renowned performers in music, magic and comedy on one stage. Filled with laughter and boundless ...

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Amandzeba excited young artistes are singing instead of rapping

Ghanaian highlife artiste, Amandzeba has lauded up and coming musicians for doing more singing in their compositions. The music legend said few years ago, the music landscape was flooded with rappers but he is happy the trend has changed. “It’s so refreshing to hear young artistes like Kuami Eugene, Kidi, Adina, Nana Yaa and others sing and that is a ...

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