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Dominiq Shuts Down 2019 Edemfest With First Performance In Volta | WATCH

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The fine dreadlocked gentleman shook the Edemfest 2019 stage last Saturday, and got his ratings as one of the best performances on the night.

Dominiq, the Netherlands based Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall artistes climbed the Edemfest stage with so much confidence and exceptional style everyone had to pay attention to his set as he delivered with his thunderous but audibles throughbthe microphone before the 20,000 plus audience.

Dominiq wasn’t a known face or name among the audience but he left the stage with a lot of positive reviews from the crowd, pundits and some production folks at the event.

He came on stage performing just 2 songs under 5 minutes but he left the stage with lots of applause and cheers after his set. Below is a snippet of his performance at the event.

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Dominiq is of Ghanaian and Dutch decent born in Netherlands. He’s been honing his craft in Europe and has shared stages with Demarco and other notable acts. His last appearance in Ghana before Edemfest was at Nungua during King Promise’s “As Promised” Concert 2019.

Dominiq who has been in Ghana for the past 6 months has been recording songs for his EP. His latest song “Big Boy Talks” which somehow connotes “Big Buttocks” is a heavy rusty Afro infused 90s Dancehall Soca jam produced by Stacey Grind in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Do follow Dominiq on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter @itsDominiq.

Photo Credits: Rob Photography (@RobPhotographyGh)

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Moment Drake Was Booed On Stage As He Showed Up As A Surprise Headliner While Crowd Were Expecting To See ‘Frank Ocean’ | WATCH

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Drake suffered an embarrassing moment on stage at Tyler, the Creator’s annual Camp Flog Gnaw festival which took place at the Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday night (Nov.9).

The Canadian rapper made a surprise appearance on stage, but fans who were reportedly expecting to see Frank Ocean made their feelings clear they didn’t want Drake on stage.

In the middle of his song “Wu-Tang Forever,” the 33-year-old tried to calm the bitter crowd. “Make some noise for yourself tonight,” Drake said. “I’m here for you tonight. If you want to keep going, I will keep going. What’s up?”

The bitter crowd who clearly didn’t want him to keep going began to loudly boo him. “If you want to keep going,” he said again, “I will keep going tonight.”

As the scream of “no” got louder, Drake said: “It’s been love,” he said as he left the stage, ending his performance 20 minutes early. “I love ya’ll. I go by the name of Drake. Thank you for having me.”

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https://twitter.com/AndresWrites/status/1193802356921528320

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Avance Media Hosts Linda Ikeji And Ghanaian Influencers For 2019 Ghana Bloggers Summit

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Avance Media Hosts Linda Ikeji And Ghanaian Influencers For 2019 Ghana Bloggers Summit

The 2019 Ghana Bloggers Summit which is the annual convention for bloggers, social media influencers and journalists has ended successfully.

The summit which hosted at the SB Incubator on November 1st & 2nd, 2019 had Nigerian millionaire blogger, Linda Ikeji as a keynote speaker saw the participation of bloggers and influencers from Ghana and other countries in West Africa.

Speaking at the summit, Linda Ikeji shared her success story on how she made millions of dollars from her blog and how upcoming bloggers. She also ardently dedicated her time to give practical lessons on how to turn a blog into a business to provide employment for other people.

Some topics which were discussed at the summit by other speakers included: the impact of blogging on journalism, How to Monetize Your Blog, Managing a Blog as a Business, Building a Media Company out of a Blog, Towards Election 2020; Headline Writing and SEO in a Social Media Era of Fake News etc.

The summit also hosted an all-female Bloggers panel which discussed how female bloggers can create a niche for themselves in the blogging space.

Other speakers included: Vlogger Kwadwo Sheldon, Journalist Patrice Amegashie, President of the Institute of Public Relations and Head of Marketing of Stanbic Bank Ghana, Mawuko Afadzinu, Jenny Chisom [Login Bloggers Africa], Jemila Abdulai [Circumspecte.com], David Mawuli [Pulse.com.gh], Kwame A.A. Opoku, Papaga Seckloawu Bless [celebritiesbuzz.com.gh], Ismail Akwei (International Journalist), Fiifi Adinkra [GhanaNdwom.com], Simon W. Alangde, Eugene Osafo-Nkansah, Jonathan Nii Laryea, Fiifi Anaman [Sports Journalist], Evans Antwi-Gyamera [ashesgyamera.com], Thomas Freeman Yeboah [Pulse.com.gh], Elorm Beenie [beeniewords.com], Keni Kodjo [Kenikodjo.com], Angela Akua Asante [sports blogger], Justica Anima [justicaanima.com], Jagbesie Suliah Jibriel [ghkasa.com], Adeyemi Adebayo (YemmeYbaba) [Ytainment.com], Pep Junia [enewsgh.com], Toni Kusi [ghpage.com], Gad Ocran [Head of Social Media, Multimedia Group], Kofi Cephas [ghgossip.com] and Tony Asankomah, [ghmoviefreak.com], Kobby Kyei [kobbykyeinews.com].

The summit was hosted by a communication specialist and producer at the world’s famous Apollo Theatre, Beverly Yaa Danquah.

The 2 days event also saw the exclusive unveiling of the LI TV App, which from 2020 will be publishing Ghanaian films and series.
As part of the summit’s agenda to unearth a new set of bloggers, upcoming bloggers, Diane Akuffo was announced as the winner of the 2019 Blog4SDGs competition which was held to give an opportunity to young people to create blogs to promote the UN SDGs.

Ahead of the summit, a seminar on blogging was also hosted at Wisconsin International University College where Linda Ikeji also shared practical lessons with communication students as a guest lecturer.

The summit which was hosted by Avance Media was supported by Twellium Industries, Verna Natural Mineral Water, Asuavo Security, SB Incubator, Reset Global People, WatsUp TV, Homechow, ICS Africa, CliqAfrica, Egotickets, ShotbyExcelsis, Surge Studios, Orientation Africa, Third Eye Media and Spaa Media.

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GAMA 2019 Scheduled For November 15

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GAMA 2019 Scheduled For November 15

Greater Accra Music Awards (GAMA), an annual awards scheme that seeks to recognize and award musical talents in the Greater Accra Region will on Friday, November 15, 2019, held its premiere awards night 7:00 pm at the Accra Digital Centre.

According to the organizers, the night will recognize and celebrate the hard-working artistes under the year in review and it will be hosted by Rosemond Brown AKA Akuapim Poloo.

The night will have Sista Afia and Rudeboy Ranking as host artistes for the event and other great talents like; Xdoe, Dr. Ray, Wind Afrique, Dahlin Gage, others to perform on stage

In an interview with the organizers, they explained that The winners within each category are determined by a twofold voting system. The first is a percentage of the final score allocated to the award academy who individually vote for their preferred artist/group.

The second is a larger percentage allocated to the general public who vote via SMS for their favorite artist after having access to various music samples on the official website. All the votes go to an independent auditing firm that determine the final winner.

They added that “the categories along with definitions are sent out to industry practitioners in the region by the GAMA Board; radio station DJs, night club DJs as well as MUSIGA Greater Regional office, major distributors of music, etc, for nominations in the various categories.

Traditional Song of the year

Highlife Song of the year

Gospel Song of the year

Hip life song of the year

Hip Hop song of the year

Reggae Song of the year

Dancehall song of the year

Best Group of the year

Best Rapper of the year

Best Collaboration of the year

Emerging Artiste of the Year

Album of the year

Viral Song of the year

Best Male Vocalist of the year

Best Female Vocalist of the year

Song Writer of the year

Producer of the year

Video director year

Hip hop Artiste of the year

Traditional Artiste of the year

Highlife Artiste of the year

Gospel Artiste of the year

None Gama Artiste of the year

Gama International Artiste of the year

Fan base of the year

Best Dj of the year

Best Promoter/ Blogger of the year

Hip life Artiste of the year

Reggae Artiste of the year

Dancehall Artiste of the year

Artiste of the year

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