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Ghanaians Love For Dancehall Is Killing Highlife : Bisa Kdei

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Indisputably, Highlife music genre is the heartbeat of Ghana music. Thus, Ghanaians gave birth to the Highlife, therefore, there’s the need for them to put strategic measures in place to protect and develop rapidly the indigenous genre.

So, it’s no surprise that Bisa Kdei, a renowned contemporary Highlife artiste, has expressed worry about the degenerating nature of Ghana’s Highlife. According to Kdei, Ghanaians love for foreign music genres especially Dancehall is a contributing factor to the gradual collapse of Highlife.

“Highlife is struggling as far as Ghanaians continue to give much attention to foreign genres especially Dancehall. We just have to believe in ourselves that Highlife is from us and push higher the indigenous music genre. One thing is that it’s only Highlife that’s putting Ghana out there”, Bisa Kdei said this when he was interviewed by Emcee Bebe, host of Entertainment Xtra on Cape 93.3FM.

Besides, the “Brother Brother” crooner noticed that Ghanaian artistes who are doing Highlife are more recognised in Europe than those who’re representing other genres. To him, you (Ghanaian artsites) can’t sell Dancehall or Hip-Hop better than the Europeans because they’re the originators.

“The Europeans want to listen to indigenous music and instruments comparably to Dancehall among others if you’re a Ghanaian artiste. How can a Ghanaian artiste sell Dancehall music better than Jamaicans?” Bisa Kdei quizzed.

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Rihanna Sues Dad For Using “Fenty” Brand

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We may be family, but if it you mess with my money, I’ll come after you! This may be the situation with American superstar, Rihanna and her father.

According to reports by TMZ, the singer and business mogul is going after her own father in court for using her Fenty brand and his relationship to her to launch a business for himself .

In a new lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Rihanna claims her father, Ronald Fenty, recently started a talent development company in 2017 called Fenty Entertainment. Well, Rihanna’s beauty company is called Fenty Beauty, and she says her dad is profiting off of her.

In the docs, Rihanna says she’s sent multiple cease and desist letters to her father, ordering him to stop using the name, but says he’s ignored and continued to make money off of Fenty Entertainment.

She’s asking a judge to place an injunction on her dad’s business, and, of course, for damages.

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I Once Recorded Love-Making Encounter With My Ex-Boyfriend : Yvonne Okoro

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Ghanaian actress, Chinyere Yvonne Okoro has disclosed in an interview that she once recorded her love-making encounter with her ex-boyfriend.

According to Yvonne, she is full of regret for doing such a thing and that it happened long before she became an actress.

Rumors circulating suggested that the actress was in an amorous relationship with Emmanuel Adebayor, a Togolese footballer.

Yvonne Okoro later refuted such claims and stated that Adebayor is just a good friend.

“I’ve done that once when I was young. Listen it was my ex ex ex-ex-boyfriend and I regret it because that time I wasn’t in the industry so I was like God, what if one day, what if one day”, she added.

She also stated that she made sure the video was deleted immediately so that no one can blackmail her with because it doesn’t exist.

“I know what I did was silly but then my partner and I were bored and decided to try something ‘spicy’. The video doesn’t exist, so I don’t have any sex tape”, she stated.

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I Have Not Been Limited By Sarkodie : Strongman

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Sarkcess music signee, Strongman has rubbish claims by some entertainment critics that his mentor, Sarkodie is not promoting him[Strongman] well enough.

According to Strongman, it is a privilege to work with Sarkodie and that he appreciates the level the SarkCess music boss has placed him in his career.

“I have not been limited by Sarkodie as rumours have it. It’s even a big opportunity for me to be working with him under his record label ‘Sarkcess Music’. I’ve been able to build more on my rap skills. I’ve been able to perform in and out of the country,” he said on Accra FM.

Strongman is one of the finest rappers in the country. He was discovered ‘Next Big Thing in GH Hip-Hop’ where he was announced the winner.

He was signed onto Sarkodie’s SarkCess Music record label in 2017.

In December 2018, he released his EP titled ‘STN.’

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