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This year’s BET is over and for those who had the opportunity to witness it in one way or the other shared their experiences through various mediums.

For the 2006 winner of Miss Malaika, Hamamat Montia, her experience at the backstage of the event comprising of when artistes got to venue, before they changed into their costumes, climbed the stage and finished their performance was an eye opening one.

In a post on her Instagram page, she disclosed what she witnessed explains international artistes making it big worldwide and going places.

Montia wrote;

Last night was amazing!

I was so happy to be there.

I had the opportunity of meeting some of the worlds biggest artist.

Seeing them backstage before and after the show thought me this .

The reason why they make it worldwide is because they have a #team .

A team that helps them be what you think they are.

So that greatness you see is just not their light but a combination of others lights who care greatly about their success including other artist.

The spirit backstage was one I have never felt before .

The attitude towards work was the same from the cleaner to the artist .

Video coming up soon!

This experience has changed my life.

Thank you so much to my management @tinafarristours


I felt like a kid in a candy store.

#betawards #travelwithhamamat #africansupermodel #hamamat #betafrica



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Ghana Gets A New Media Powerhouse: Salt TV/Radio To Kick Start Broadcast In July!



Business mogul, Ohene Kwame Frimpong is ready to launch a new media outfit that would operate a television station, radio and online company by end July 2019.

The newly official Salt Media Ghana Ltd will work with Ghana’s finest radio and television personalities to bring optimum entertainment, information, and educational experiences to a wide range of its targeted audience across the continent.

Salt Media Ghana will offer hosts of Ghanaian-focused contents to diverse audiences across the continent. “We pride ourselves in our heritage and that’s what we want to propagate to the rest of Africa — that ‘adepa aba fie’ being our slogan would guide our brand focus in all business units” — Kwame Frimpong, CEO of Salt Media Ghana explained.

Salt TV will soon be available on free to air basis to viewers through digital transmission with content focus on entertainment, current affairs, sports, kids, news, movies, and documentaries. New management is currently being vetted for operations to begin at the Salt Media head office at Asante Akyent Agogo.

“Our ultra modern studios are ready for Salt 95.9 FM to begin transmission live from Agogo. We urge all to tune in for a new broadcast experience made in Ghana for Africa” — Kwame Frimpong stated.

The head office at Asante Akyem Agogo would also oversee its a digital unit which is aimed to be pacesetters in the new technological media evolution.

Management of Salt 95.9 FM has planned to use the launch of the radio business unit to embark on massive social intervention projects in the region. As part of the corporate social objective of the station, a number of charity events and donations will take place as part of the launch.

“This is embedded in our brand and can’t be said to be successful without taking care of the people and communities” — Mr. Kwame Frimpong stressed.

Salt TV will broadcast crystal clear feeds to Kumasi, Kwahu, Afram Plains, parts of Brong Ahafo and Eastern Region including Linda Door near Koforidua junction.

Ghanaians in the diaspora can also listen to Salt 95.9 FM live via TuneIn or

Get connected with the business units of Salt Media Ghana on social media via;

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I Blame The Media For The Influx Of Slay Queen Syndrome : Ama K. Abebrese Reveals



Ama K. Abebrese

Ghanaian actress and TV personality, Ama K. Abebrese, is blaming the media for contributing to creating the slay queen phenomena.

According to her, most of these slay queens have become popular because the media gives them attention.

“Most of the names I hear on social media are as a result of the media giving these slay queens attention on their platforms. There is no way I would have heard of such names if it were not for the media,” she told Showbiz recently.

According to Ama K. Abebrese, the media giving attention to these slay queens has influenced many other young girls who all want to be there because they know they will be famous when the media gives them the mileage.

Her advice to social media users is to be careful about what they put out there, “what you put on social media is for the world to see and you should, therefore, be careful what goes out there.

She added, “you can be having fun today but in some years to come when you want to take up a job, that is when your videos or whatever you did will be played back to you. Do whatever you are comfortable with but be careful what goes out there,” she said.

Ama K, as she is popularly known, also revealed that a lot of people were living fake lifestyles on social media. I know some ladies who borrow shoes and clothes to take pictures on social media and return them when they are done with what they wanted to use them for,” she said.

Away from the social media stuff, Ama K. Abebrese spoke about the movie industry and indicated that although things were not how they used to be, they could be better.

She has started her new TV show, Champions of Society, on Kwesé TV. The show tackles social and health issues and involves Ama K. talking directly to the people whose lives they affect.

Ama K. Abebrese started hosting TV shows in her teens on YCTV in London. She went on to present on BBC2, OBE TV, Viasat 1, TV3, Ebonylife TV and many others.

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I’m Not Going To Quit Black Avenue Muzik : Sefa




Sefa, a signee of D-Black’s Black Avenue Muzik (BAM), has opened up about her label mates who have exited the BAM label, saying she has no cause to worry.

According to Sefa, she is currently happy at the label and has no plan of quitting the record label.

The talented songstress, who joined BAM over a year ago, and another young talent Mz Forson are currently the only artistes left at BAM.

This was after four artistes‒ including Wisa Greid, DahLin Gage and Freda Rhymes‒ announced their exit from the record label weeks ago.

The artistes didn’t state their reasons for the exit, but D-Black said at a press conference on Friday that it’s a mutual decision to part ways with the four artistes.

According to Sefa, everyone has the right in life to follow which direction they deem fit. There is, therefore, no absolute reason she should be worried when other signees decide to pursue different paths.

“My ex-label mates are very strong people and I know they have a passion for me. Wherever they go you can see the music in them. I don’t know the reason why they left and I am sure they have their own reasons, but as long as I know they are not giving up their dreams that is what makes me happy because they really have amazing talents. It’s their passion; they eat and breathe music. So, that’s my main concern,” she explained.

“I don’t where God wants me to be the next two years or one year but then anything that happens God knows best,” she added.

Sefa now has a song with Jupiter titled ‘Marry Me’, ‘Pepper’ featuring Bisa K Dei, ‘Odo Yewu’ and ‘Shuga’ featuring Dope Nation which she released a video not long ago.

Talking about her passion for music and what she wishes to become in the near future, she said:

“I actually wanted to do music and I also have thought of becoming an air hostess. But when I was growing up, I was really big, so somebody told me that I am too fat to be an air hostess. So, I changed my mind to do business until when my mother started pushing me to start singing in front of the congregation,” she stated.

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