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Chikel Baibe Sets To Premiere My ‘Time On September 20

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Top players in the entertainment and show business space will converge at the plush Hybrid Lounge in Ghana’s capital to premiere a brand new song and video by budding new female artistes, Chikel Baibe.

Powered by Sultan Group and Hakel Entertainment, the event is aimed at giving this experts and media personalities a first hand feel of the material so as to solicit for their support in propelling Chikel Baibe’s brand onto the international scene.

The song was produced by award winning engineer – Danny Beatz and features one of Ghana’s dope rap kings, Teephlow.

CEO of Hakell Entertainment, Hakeem Ellis and General manager of the label Zeal Governor in a message they attached to an invitation letter to industry gurus explained the need for Ghana to monetize it’s creative sector to help alleviate poverty.

“There is so much money in music. Our artistes can make millions over night through music. Songs from GH artistes are playing everywhere on the continent and outside Ghana, but nothing is being done to ensure return on investment” — Hakeem Ellis emphasised

Ghana has recorded one of Africa’s fastest and busiest talent hubs with an average of 100 singles being released daily according to a recent industry research. But nothing is being done to monetize distribution of music to empower young artistes.

“Hakell Entertainment Solutions is trying to use these young acts to pave the way for monetized music in Ghana and we implore the industry to support this initiative.” — Hakeem explained to Kelly Nii Lartey Mensah.

Chikel Baibe is executively produced by Hakell Entertainment label. She has released “Kweku” which is making waves on several platforms. She assured fans that the new song is something they can jam with and they are going fall in love with it.

Let’s meet at Hybrid Lounge at OSU on September 20, 2019 for the much announced premiere.

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Missed Samini’s Virtual Concert? WATCH It Here Again

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Samini is a name to fear in Ghana when it comes to live performances. With a career spanning 2 decades and still counting, Emmanuel Andrews Samini, has outlived himself only the music circles to an appreciable level that fans and critics put him in a “Living Legend” Status.

Beating the odds and raising the bar even higher for his contemporaries last weekend on Saturday, May 30, 2020, he performed for almost 3 hours with live band straight from Canada.

Dubbed “SAMINI’s Untamed Virtual Concert”, the celebrated proud Dagaati Youth Chief (Pebilii Naa, Samini), rocked audience across the world with swooning Vocals and melodies song after song from his international award winning and Billboard.com charting album “Untamed” — a strictly one drop (Reggae) Album he released on December 22, 2018.

Samini wouldn’t do a full live band set without veering into some of his timeless classics. He wove through finely crafted melodies of some of his old songs to current singles as well and it all felt like he had a full live audience before him but all was streamed over the Internet. Dozens of plausible comments registered from the live stream and after the show by fans and critics on social media. Below is what you missed, you can still watch it here.

Samini has been ‘locked up’ in quarantine in Canada (with his family) since March 2020 during the corona virus pandemic and since hasn’t returned. The virtual concert came right in time to serenade his fans who’ve been starved for a while now. You can stream his “UNTAMED” Album here: http://smarturl.it/fbgca5

Below are some of the photos from his power-packed virtual concert to close the month of May.

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South Africans Celebrate “Africa Day” By Going Naked

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Today is Africa day and a number of people have been sharing photos of themselves in naive attire to mark the day.

Some South Africans decided to mark the day by sharing photos showing them either naked or almost completely naked.

“I am my ancestors wildest dreams. Happy Africa Day,” A Twitter user wrote while sharing topless photos of herself.

South Africans celebrate "Africa Day" by going naked

South African rapper, Cassper Nyovest was not left out. He was scantily clad in a photo shared to Twitter.

South Africans celebrate "Africa Day" by going naked

South Africans celebrate "Africa Day" by going naked

South Africans celebrate "Africa Day" by going naked

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Twitter Users Shame Woman After She Shared PHOTOS From Her Graduation Looking Almost Naked

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A woman’s graduation photos have earned her criticisms from Twitter users.

The Twitter user who just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing shared photos and a video from her graduation ceremony.

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

However, Twitter users were not impressed and they shamed her for her choice of graduation outfit.

The woman, who says she’s from Liberia, was slammed for wearing a skimpy dress that exposed more than it covered.

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

However, some congratulated her and wished her the best.

Below are a few reactions.

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

Twitter users shame woman after she shared photos from her graduation

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