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Danny Nettey to be celebrated today with ‘Worship Summit’

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A “Worship Summit” will be held today Friday 14th July, 2017 at the College of Physicians and Surgeons to mark the first anniversary of the passing of gospel legend Danny Nettey. The summit is themed on Philippians 1:21: “More than a song – A life of Worship” – “For me to live is Christ to die is gain.” Danny’s schoolmates at ...

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Most music producers don’t offer quality music – Rex Omar

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Veteran highlife artiste Rex Omar has bemoaned the quality of music produced onto the Ghanaian music market in recent times. Speaking to Doctor Cann on Happy FM’s Showbiz Xtra, he said music producers of today are not concerned about doing quality music. They don’t spend time and money to record timeless music. “I am not saying everybody should record live ...

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Ghanaian songs you should listen to this weekend

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Music in Ghana has come a long way over the years and we have had some great artistes and bands that have raised the flag of the nation on the international front. One genre of music that has evolved a lot is hiplife. Remember the days of Lord Kenya, Akyeame, Bandana and Batman. Right now, we have many people who ...

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Expect the best from me at #MOGO2017 – Paapa Yankson

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Patrons of Citi FM’s Music of Ghanaian Origin [#MOGO2017] will be treated to a time of their lives as one of the performers that night, Paapa Yankson, has promised to give them the best of him that night. Paapa Yankson will be performing at the MOGO Dinner Dance with Amandzeba Nat Brew, Adane Best, Nana Ampadu, Kwabena Kwabena, AB Crentsil, ...

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#MOGO2017: Amandzeba promises an exciting time for Ghana music

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The 2017 edition of Citi FM’s Music of Ghanaian Origin [#MOGO2017], will be a perfect opportunity to make a statement for Ghanaian music, musician Amandzeba Nat Brew has stated. Amandzeba will be performing at the MOGO dinner dance, which will be held at the Kempinski Gold Coast Hotel in Accra. He will be sharing the stage with the likes of ...

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Songs from the 60s and 70s you should listen to

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The period after the 50s was when many Ghanaian bands and musicians left the country after Kwame Nkrumah’s overthrow. When the Soul to Soul music festival was held in Accra in 1971, many legendary musicians came to thrill party goers in the cities. Wilson Pickett, Tina Turner and Carlos Santana are some of the few who set foot on our ...

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Ghanaian songs in the 50s you should listen to

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Welcome to the Heritage Month: the month in which we give you a true taste of Ghana and her history. In March every year, we bring you songs and stories that show the spirit of the Ghanaian. In this weekend’s playlist, I am bringing you songs from the 50s. This was the period after World War 2 when Ghanaian bands ...

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Old Ghanaian songs you should listen to this weekend

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This is the last weekend of the month February. Next week we get into my favourite month. March is my favourite month because it’s my birth month, and Citi FM’s Heritage Month will also be here. Talk of  a magical month ahead – we get to learn more about Ghana and go on the Heritage Caravan. Here’s to hoping that ...

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Oheneba Kissi songs that you should listen to [Audio]

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Tuesday, February 14, is the big day – it’s the universally acclaimed day of love.  Ghanaian lovers will not be left out of the celebrations, as many are working out ways to show their loved ones how much they care and love them. Some believe that one of the best ways to show one’s love is through songs. So I’ve ...

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10 Ampofo Agyei songs you should listen to

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My colleagues in the office call me a reincarnated adult all because of the things I say. They say I know too many old tales, songs and proverbs for someone my age. What I tell them when they tease me for my knowledge is that I was raised in a village by my grandmother who loved to tell stories. I grew ...

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