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Afro-Arab Group Magnate Joins Addi Self To Launch Maiden Album

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The national Zongo youth ambassador Alhaji Salamu Amadu who also spearheads the affair at the Afro-Arab Group of companies as Chairman was on Friday 26th March 2021 joined hands with Sensational Musician Addi Self of Self Nation to launched his much-awaited album ‘The BBC Album’ at the 4Syte Complex studio, Accra.

Speaking to the Alhaji Salamu after the album launched he praised the Self Nation boss for not sitting idol after his exit from the Shatta Movement Group.

“I’m excited to be part of the history and I pledge to support Addi Self any day because is a big star in the Zongo communities. He is putting too much efforts and hard work and I love people with such charisma”.

According to Alhaji Salamu also knows as One Chair among the album the song titled Zongo to BBC is inspiring and therefore urged the Zongo communities in the country to rally behind one of their own to succeed.

Born as Jafaro Mohammed known in the showbiz arena as Addi Self, is a Ghanaian talented singer and songwriter, born on 19th September 1992, he developed a love for Dancehall music at his tender age.
Addi Self is been influenced, by Keith Blair ( Anthony B ), and many other talented stars.

The debut album packed with 15 songs featured sensationalsinger Mugeez of R2Bees and Kelvynbwoy among others.

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Kelvyn Boy, Kuami Eugene, Kwesi Arthur, To Perform At VGMA Xperience Concert

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Camidoh, Celestine Donkor, Episode, Kuami Eugene, KelvynBoy, Adina, Kwesi Arthur, Amerado and others will perform at the 2021 edition of the annual ‘V.G.M.A Xperience Concert’ on Saturday, June 12, 2020.

The event is part of the five (5) other exciting activities that have been earmarked to heighten the VGMA Xperience in the music month of June.

The VGMA Xperience Concert aims to give fans and nominees the opportunity to engage ahead of the main awards night scheduled for June 25 and 26.

According to the organizers, Charterhouse Ghana, the event promises to be a night of great music as it has enlisted some of the best names in Ghanaian music to thrill fans across Ghana and beyond in a string of live musical performances.

Speaking to the organizers, “Curated from a cross-section of VGMA22 nominees, the VGMAs present a live-performed musical experience designed for industry stakeholders and produced for the massive music lovers on-air and online. The invitation-only event slated for Saturday 12th of June will be aired at 9 pm on TV3, and streamed on VGMA pages on Facebook & YouTube.”

“It’s the month of music, and music’s biggest weekend beckons. The strings will create rhythms that command corresponding body poetry. Melodies of delight will sing on thousands of tongues,” the statement added.

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Money Rains Heavily At A Wedding Ceremony In Benin As Big Boys Turn Party To Giveaway Arena | WATCH

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A video has emerged on social media in which some big boys could be seen throwing money in the air at a wedding ceremony in Benin, the Edo state capital.

The boys brought out bundles of cash and threw it in the air and guests could be seen picking some for themselves.

In the video that was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, the boys could also be seen on stage spraying some guests as naira notes littered the floor.

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BAFTA TV Awards 2021: Full List Of Winners

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The Bafta TV Awards 2021 held on Sunday, June 6, celebrating the best and brightest talent from the British TV industry from the past year.

The award, which took place at London’s iconic Television Centre was hosted by Richard Ayoade, who won Best Male Comedy Performance BAFTA for The IT Crowd seven years ago.

The event was kicked off by Years and Years, with lead singer Olly Alexander performing his new single Starstruck on an outdoor stage, dressed for the occasion in a stylish co-ord.

It was a big night for Michaela Coel, whose BBC and HBO series I May Destroy You scooped two of the biggest prizes of the evening.

Coel walked away with the best leading actress for her performance as sexual assault survivor Arabella, while I May Destroy You also scooped best mini-series, beating Steve McQueen’s Small Axe.

 BAFTA TV Awards 2021: See the full list of winners

Speaking after collecting her award Coel said: “I am very surprised, actually. I genuinely was not expecting to win for leading actress, so I’m still feeling a bit stunned and so grateful to BAFTA.”

Referencing the series’ storyline and her character Arabella being inspired by some of her worst experiences in the TV industry, she added: “It really helped me get past some troubling stuff.

“And what it enabled me to do is sort of pair something quite tragic with something quite beautiful and that was being able to make a show and create opportunities and see everybody’s talents come together. It has kind of replaced bad memories with really nice ones.”

Other big winners on the night included Paul Mescal, who took home the BAFTA for best leading actor for his turn in BBC Three and Hulu drama Normal People. He beat hotly-tipped rivals including John Boyega (Small Axe) and Josh O’Connor (The Crown).

See full list of winners below.

Entertainment performance

Adam Hills The Last Leg; Channel 4

Bradley Walsh Beat the Chasers’; ITV

Claudia Winkleman Strictly Come Dancing; BBC One

David Mitchell Would I Lie to You? at Christmas; BBC One

Graham Norton The Graham Norton Show; Channel 4

Romesh Ranganathan The Ranganation; BBC Two – WINNER

Scripted comedy

Ghosts BBC One

Inside No 9 BBC Two – WINNER

Man Like Mobeen BBC Three

This Country BBC Three

Supporting actress

Helena Bonham Carter The Crown; Netflix

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Leila Farzad I Hate Suzie; Sky Atlantic

Rakie Ayola Anthony; BBC One – WINNER

Siena Kelly Adult Material; Channel 4

Sophie Okonedo Criminal: UK; Netflix

Weruche Opia I May Destroy You; BBC One

Virgin Media’s must-see moment (voted for by the public)

Bridgerton Penelope is revealed as Lady Whistledown; NetSKY TV

Gangs of London; Sky Atlantic

I Hate Suzie; Sky Atlantic

Save Me Too; Sky Atlantic – WINNER

The Crown; Netflix

Leading actor

John Boyega Small Axe; BBC One

Josh O’Connor The Crown; Netflix

Paapa Essiedu I May Destroy You; BBC One

Paul Mescal Normal People; BBC Three – WINNER

Shaune Parkes Small Axe; BBC One

Waleed Zuaiter Baghdad Central; Channel 4

Leading actress
Billie Piper I Hate Suzie; Sky Atlantic

Daisy Edgar-Jones Normal People; BBC Three

Hayley Squires Adult Material; Channel 4

Jodie Comer Killing Eve; BBC One

Letitia Wright Small Axe; BBC One

Michaela Coel I May Destroy You; BBC One – WINNER

Short form programme

Criptales BBC Four

Disabled Not Defeated: The Rock Band With Learning Disabilities Vice/Noisey

The Main Part BBC iPlayer

They Saw The Sun First Red Bull TV – WINNER

Current affairs

America’s War on Abortion (Exposure); ITV – WINNER

Italy’s Frontline: a Doctor’s Diary; BBC Two

The Battle for Hong Kong (Dispatches); Channel 4

The Cyprus Papers Undercover (Al Jazeera Investigations); Al Jazeera

Single documentary

American Murder: The Family Next Door Netflix

Anton Ferdinand: Football, Racism and Me BBC One

Locked In: Breaking the Silence (Storyville) BBC Four – WINNER

Surviving Covid Channel 4

International

Little America Apple TV+

Lovecraft Country HBO/Sky Atlantic

Unorthodox Netflix

Welcome to Chechnya: The Gay Purge (Storyville); BBC Four – WINNER

Sport

Bahrain Grand Prix Sky Sports Formula One

England V France: The Autumn Nations Cup Final Amazon Prime Video

England V West Indies Test Cricket Sky Sports Cricket – WINNER

London Marathon 2020 BBC One

News coverage

BBC News at Ten: Prime Minister Admitted to Intensive Care BBC One

Channel 4 News: Deterring Democracy Channel 4

Newsnight: Covid Care Crisis BBC Two

Sky News: Inside Idlib Sky News – WINNER

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