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CEO Of iSupreme Predicts 2019 VGMA Winners || SEE LIST



Mr. Clinton McKay Jr : CEO Of iSupreme Ghana

The 2019 VGMAs is very close as this year has been a very interesting one with more new artists been introduced and more.

With much anticipation, Ghanaian fast-rising CEO Mr. Clinton McKay Jr. of iSupreme Ghana has officially given us his prediction for the 2019 VGMAs.

Although we don’t know who and whom will be nominated this year, we find this list as a very interesting list.

See his predictions below.
Artiste of the Year
Kuami Eugene

Gospel Song of the Year
Obi Nnyanime (Patience Nyarkoh)

Hip Pop Song of the Year
How Much Remix (Medikal)

Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year
Top Skanka (Stonebwoy)

Hiplife Song of the Year
Can’t Let you go (Sarkodie)

Afro Pop Song of the Year
CCTV (King Promise)

Highlife Song of the Year
Wish me well (Kuami Eugene)

Gospel Artiste of the Year
Joe Mettle

Highlife Artiste of the Year
Kuami Eugene

Afropop Artiste of the Year
King Promise

Hiplife/Hiphop Artiste of the Year
Kwesi Arthur

Songwriter of the Year
Stay Woke (Darko Vibes)

Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year
Shatta Wale

Best Collaboration of the Year
Boys Kasa

Rapper of the Year
Sarkodie (Rush Hour)

Best Group of the Year
La Meme Gang

Best Music Video of the Year
Biibiba (Babs Direction)

Best Male Vocalist of the Year

Best Female Vocalist of the Year

African Artiste of the Year
Mr. Eazi

Record of the Year
Hope (Sarkodie)

Best New Artiste of the Year
Wendy Shay

Song of the Year
Wish me well (Kuami Eugene)

Album of the Year
Rock Star (Kuami Eugene)

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Cardi B Trademarks ‘Okurrr’ As She Gets Featured By Pepsi | WATCH



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Cardi B has filed to trademark her catchphrase “okurrr.”

According to online records, the rapper’s company, Washpoppin, Inc., filed to trademark the word to use for “paper goods, namely paper cups and posters,” on March 11. The following day, an additional filing was made to trademark “okurrr” for use on clothing, “namely T-shirts, sweatshirts, hooded sweatshirts, pants, shorts, jackets, footwear, headgear, namely hats and caps, blouses, bodysuits, dresses, jumpsuits, leggings, shirts, sweaters and undergarments.”

On Feb. 25, a similar filing was made for “okurr” — the same word, minus the extra “r.”

The trilled phrase has become synonymous with Cardi B over the course of her career, and it was recently featured in her Super Bowl commercial for Pepsi. Watch that commercial below.

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Ghanaian Afrobeats Artist Wallas, “Reality EP” Featured In A NewsPaper




Wallas, Ghanaian rising Afrobeats artist who recently released a new EP has gotten a feature in a Ghanaian newspaper.

The 6-Track mindblowing EP has really announced the presence of the artist.

Wallas was able to join the like of Strongman, Trigmatic, Eno and more on the Germaine Deuces Newspaper.

The artist then shared this with fans and Ghanaians.

See below.

Listen And Enjoy “Reality EP” below.

Facebook: IamWallas

Twitter & Instagram: @iam_wallas.

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Offset Reveals Why He Crashed Cardi B’s Concert To Win Her Back After Split: I Put It ‘All On The Table’




Offset explains why he went to such great lengths to get back together with Cardi B after their breakup. He reveals during the March 22 edition of ‘Ellen’ that he knew he had to step up ‘as a man’ and say ‘I’m wrong.’

Ellen DeGeneres, 61, grills Offset, 27, about his very public apology to wife Cardi B, 26, during her concert in Dec. 2018. Ellen asks Offset whether or not he regrets being so public in getting Cardi B back, especially because fans thought he only did so to get attention. For Offset, crashing Cardi’s concert and declaring his love for her was the only option. “I love my wife, so it’s serious, not a game to me,” Offset tells Ellen. “It’s like…we have schedules and we have shows and I just felt like If I gave a break between time…I just can’t give that break between time… I step to it as a man and say I’m wrong. You don’t have to take me back, but I just want to let you know I love you and I care. I’m putting it all on the table.”

Offset notes that his public display of affection in Dec. 2018 wasn’t his first. “I asked her to marry me in Philadelphia [in 2017] at the radio show in front of 60,000 people, and when I did that, they were like… why he’s doing that? And it’s just because I’m not hiding my affection,” he continues. “It’s me being vulnerable. It kind of bit me with the response of people, but that’s why a man doesn’t try to be vulnerable. There’s something wrong either way.”

The “Bodak Yellow” rapper announced on Instagram in early Dec. 2018 that she and Offset had split, just months after welcoming their first child together, Kulture, now 8 months. At the time, she said that they “grew out of love” and “things just haven’t been working out between us for a long time.” Cardi had also been facing rumors for months that Offset had been unfaithful to her. At the Rolling Loud festival, the Migos rapper rolled out three boxes that spelled out “Take Me Back Cardi” in flowers. Offset then said to Cardi, “In front of the world, I love you.” Cardi didn’t immediately take Offset back after his very public declaration of love. Offset later tweeted his reasoning for crashing Cardi’s concert. “All of my wrongs have been made public, I figure it’s only right that my apologies are made public too,” he wrote. Offset and Cardi B officially got back together in Jan. 2019.

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