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Don’t Set Your Hopes On Winning Awards : Kidi

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Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Kidi has urged colleague musicians to see awards as a ‘bonus’ and not to set their hopes on winning an award no matter what.

Speaking on ‘The Zone’ on Starr 103.5 FM Wednesday, the ‘Odo’ crooner stated he doesn’t have expectations with regards to Ghana’s biggest awards scheme, VGMA.

“To be honest, I never expect anything for Ghana music awards. That’s a sure way to doom yourself, have expectations,” explained Kidi to host Jon Germain.

“You just have to do your part as a musician, make music, make the people like the music, make people happy with the music.”

He argued for artists to concentrate on perfecting their craft and seeing awards as a bonus of a sort: “If the board and the public think okay this young man has done enough to deserve this category up for award, we give it to him. If not the vision still continues, there is a bigger vision than awards. I mean it’s good as a musician to be awarded, it boosts your ego like what I’m doing people are paying attention. But if it doesn’t come, it shouldn’t stop you or derail you from the main purpose.”

He also spoke about what is supposedly a switch from RnB, which he was known for during his ‘underground’ days to highlife music as a mainstream artiste.

“I had to sit down and reevaluate myself. I feel like highlife is not so different form RnB. What Chris Brown does is RnB, but when he comes to Ghana its highlife. The only difference is the instrumentation and the melody,” explained the Lynx Entertainment artiste.

“I didn’t move away from RnB, it was just a blend of finding that middle ground to be able to still not compromise on my talent at the same time give the people what they want. I’ve not moved away, I’m still doing the same thing I used to do, just in a different way.”

He explained the reasoning behind his song ‘Mr. Badman’ featuring Kwesi Arthur not being a love anthem compared to his previous songs: “I wanted to do something for the first time that didn’t have anything to do with love.”

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‘I Still Feel Young And Hungry For More Awards’ : Sarkodie

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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian rappers, Sarkodie has expressed his desire for more accolades in his music career whilst stressing that his Artist of the Decade award shows how far he has come in the game and his contribution to the music industry in general.

“I still feel young and hungry for more and when I was nominated I realized how long I have been in the game and also with those great people also in the nomination list. When I was announced I realize how far my works have gone’’ he told Rev Erskine host of the ‘Myd Morning’ show on YFM.

During the same interview, Sarkodie mentioned Ghanaian actor and comedian Agya Koo as his favorite Ghanaian comedian. Sarkodie used the opportunity to appeal to the organizers of forthcoming Music Magic Comedy happening at the International Conference Centre (AICC) which is scheduled to take place on June 29 to allow him to perform first so that he can sit and enjoy the other performances.

’ I like magic and comedy but I don’t get the opportunity to enjoy such performances because I usually end the show. This time around let me be the first to perform so I can enjoy the show especially the magic’’ he appealed.

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“Ladder” Was My Breakthrough Music, It Opened A Lot Of Doors Of Opportunity For Me : Lil Win Reveals

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Ghana’s favourite comedian, actor, musician and entrepreneur Kojo Nkansah Lilwin, has revealed that his biggest and favourite song since he started music as a career is ‘Ladder’. A song he released in June 2017.

The comic actor cum musician made this revelation when he was speaking exclusively to Eben Owurachy of Kessben TV.

Lilwin, who was very emotional during the interview disclosed that the ‘Ladder’ song opened a lot of opportunities for him as a musician. He emphasized that the song got him a lot of gigs and made him ‘cement’ his position as a formidable musician.

The song which featured Odehyie Ba from Kumasi got Lilwin his first ever VGMA nomination in 2018. Lilwin also used the opportunity and talked about the controversies spreading on social media about his career and personal life. He stated that these negative stories about him are signs that God has destined him for greatness.

He finally explained that he has not stopped acting as perceived by a lot of Ghanaians and that acting is his first love. Lilwin proudly stated that on any day he will choose acting over music.

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Fan Tells Stonebwoy To Use His Platform To Acknowledge His Dancers : Stonebwoy Replies

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A staunch supporter of Stonebwoy has urged him to use his social media platforms to put the spotlight on his energetic dancers and video vixens who support him in his music video.

The fan who goes by the Instagram handle, @nfonyin in a comment on Instagram stated, “One day just use the platform to acknowledge all the dancers, models and passers in all your videos…. Thank you.”

Stonebwoy saw it and replied;“@nfonyin like absolutely now not one day.”

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