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Kay Mena Introduces Himself To Ghanaians As A Producer & Musician



He is not just an artist with the sauce, he’s arguably one of the few Ghanaian young producers who have had the opportunity to work on solid projects with celebrated and decorated Nigerian music icons like Ras Kimono, Timaya, Ice Prince, Yemi Alade, Kizz Daniel, just to mention a few.

His experience as an artist over the years has made his journey colorful and it’s about time the world gets to know him and what he has up in his sleeves for music lovers and critics. Without much I say, kindly allow me to introduce Kay Mena.

Born Anderson Kwamena Frimpong a.k.a Ewe Boy otherwise better known by stage name Kay Mena is a 360-degree act that’s deeply rooted in reggae rub-ba-dub and afro-fusion. He describes his style of music to be globally inspiring. He originates from Winneba, the capital of Effutu Municipal District in the Central Region.

Music has always been a way for him to clearly express himself since he’s more of a reserved person. So if he has anything to say, he’ll rather put it into his lyrics. Besides, music runs in his family so it was naturally instilled in him.

Early Life / Education:
On 10th May 1997, Kay was born into the family of music under the mentorship of his father and manager. He lived almost all his childhood living in the small town of Winneba. He Attended Amanfrom JHS and went on to Aburaman Senior High School in Abura/Asebu/Kwamank before Kings University College where he studied Computer Science.

He started his music career as a member of the church choir which propelled his interest to learn how to play instruments. A premeditated mindset balanced with focus and a high level of determination compelled him to learn how to play almost every instrument with drums inclusive.

Music Career:
His interest in music leveled up when he was officially invited to Nigeria to take up the management of a music studio in Surulere for 5years. While working as a music producer in Nigeria, he was opportune to work with celebrated Nigerian music gurus like Yemi Alade, Timaya, Kizz Daniel, and Ice Prince.

His dream to become an artist was solidified the moment he met the likes of Nigerian reggae legends like Ras Kimono, Ortis Wiliki, Zhyon, and many more.

The excitement, inspiration, knowledge, and influence picked up from the aforementioned notable names supercharged him to carve his own path. Upon his return, he was 100% certain music was his calling, hence he prioritized it without a second thought.

Fast forward, he established a music brand for himself as an artist and he is managed by his father’s music label, Black Music entertainment (BME). Apparently, he’s the main engine behind Black Music’s state-of-the-art music studio as an in-house producer and artiste.

Upcoming Project:
He’s currently working on releasing his first EP. Details of the EP will be communicated in due time.

Unique Qualities:
Versatility defines his artistry. The music we say is ever dynamic so his ability to blend into any kind of genre and killing it in itself is an art on its own. As a matter of fact, Kay Mena is a different breed of an artist with a different message, style, and personality.

People and personal experiences inspire him. What he sees and experiences around him inspires all his songs.

Vision & Aspiration:
He intends to go as far as his dreams can take him and for relevance, he’ll just give in his best to give his fans and music lovers good music.

Connect with him on:

Facebook: Kay Mena

Twitter / Instagram: Menamusic

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Comedy Is Bigger Than Music : Comedian Waris



Waris, talented Ghanaian comedian, believes that comedy is far more important than music.

Speaking on Accra FM’s Entertainment Capital with Nana Romeo, the famous comedian revealed that comedy is unique and has more grounds than music.

To prove his point, he revealed that, prior to the coronavirus pandemic, comedy shows were so prevalent across the country that most musicians couldn’t perform without inviting them to their shows.

He went on to say that if there was a comedy skit post every day created by the country’s most famous comedians, people would truly realize comedy is much bigger than music.

He stated, “If every media outlet in the country posts a short comedy skit every week as video of the week, music will just keep quiet.”

View the video below.

On October 16th, comedian Waris will officially host his comedy show “SeriouslyUnserious” at the Snap Cinema, A.M.A Building.

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Bobrisky Allegedly Narrates How Tonto Dikeh Got Drunk And Peed On The Bed



Oye Kyme, the Ivorian former Personal Assistant to popular Nigerian crossdresser, Bobrisky has spilled how Bobrisky once narrated a story of how his ex-bestie, Tonto Dikeh humiliated herself after getting drunk.

Oye Kyme who had a ‘question and answer session with her fans on Instagram was asked if Bobrisky gossiped about Tonto Dikeh to her while they were friends and she responded in the affirmative.

According to Oye Kyme, Bob told her that the Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh got so drunk that she peed on her bed.

“He gossip about everybody. When he mad at someone, he said one day Tonto was drunk and she pee on the bed”.

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Mompha Threatens To Sue Bobrisky’s Ex-PA



Oye Kyme has reacted after Mompha threatened to sue her for claiming he and Bobrisky had a sexual relationship.

The Ivorian, who was Bobrisky’s PA until they fell out, had made the claim on her Instagram Stories.

Mompha didn’t take it lying down and he hit back.

Oye has now locked her Instagram account following the backlash from her allegation.

In one post, she wrote: “I don get problems ooh echoke.”


Mompha has told her that even if she makes her Instagram account private, she can’t run from the consequences of her actions.


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