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List Of New Artists Who Be Performing At This Year’s S-Concert



2018 S-Concert

S-CONCERT, Ghanaian annual major musical event hosted by giant radio station Starr FM is here again.

Getting a much anticipation mood, since its official launch, it has been able to give underground, fast-rising and mainstream artists the humble opportunities to showcase their talents to the nation and the world.

Although it officially started from the Oxford Street in December 13th, 2014 in Osu, it was later moved to the Ohene Gyan Sports Stadium to be able to contain the much crowd that graces the show yearly.

This year, we have witnessed many young artists rise quickly and gotten well welcomed by Ghanaians.

We have listed a few young new lord in the game that we would love to see grace this year’s event.

See below.
Wendy Shay
Kwesi Arthur
Kofi Mole
Quamina MP
Eddie Khae
Le Meme Gang
O’lay Original
Freda Rhymz
Dahlin Gage
Kobla Jnr
Ama Petal
Deon Boakye
Abi Monage
Bryan The Mensah
Rotical Swagger

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Stonebwoy And Shatta Wale Banned From VGMAs



Stonebwoy And Shatta Wale

Ghanaian dancehall artistes Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale have been banned indefinitely from participating in all aspects of the country’s foremost music award scheme, the Vodafone Music Awards (VGMAs).

Per the decision, they have become ineligible for VGMAs nominations, selections, and performances.

The decision was taken Thursday by the board of the award scheme following a brawl between the two feuding musicians at the 20th anniversary of the VGMAs in Accra last Saturday, which saw one of them pulling out a handgun.

Board member Nat Brew Amandzeba explained at a news conference that the action of the Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale on the night “brought the name of the event into disrepute”.

He stated the decision was taken after “careful deliberations” and “extensive consultation” with stakeholders in the music industry.

But in a rather interesting turn, Shatta Wale posted on social media a few minutes to the announcement that he has pulled out of the award scheme going forward.

“Upon sober reflections of events in recent times and has made broader consultations, I wish to announce that I will not be part of the Ghana Music Awards scheme going forward. God bless!”, he posted on Facebook.

The rivalry between the two artists hit the roof in the wee hours of Sunday after Shatta Wale and his multitude of fans attempted to mount the stage uninvited to join Stonebwoy who was receiving the 2019 Reggae and Dancehall Artiste of the Year award.

Stonebwoy who felt threatened by the manner his bitter rival approached the stage pulled out a handgun handed him on stage by one of his entourage, a scene that sparked a scuffle between the two artists and their followers.

The awards event was temporarily halted and the topmost two awards for the event, Most Popular Song of the Year and Artist of the Year, were deferred due to the melee which has widely been condemned by stakeholders in the industry.

Both Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale were invited by the police for questioning on Sunday and have since been charged and put before the court.

Charged and bailed

A magistrate in Accra on Wednesday set their bail condition at a total of 100,000 cedis after prosecutors brought charges against them over their near-bloody scuffle at Saturday’s awards night.

Their lawyers had argued for a self-recognizance bail on grounds that the two accused persons were known figures in the music industry and would avail themselves for the trial.

Though prosecutors did not oppose the request for bail, they asked the court to let the two artists sign a bond to be of good behavior.

But the magistrate, Isaac Addo, rejected the request of self-recognizance bail and set their bail condition at 50,000 cedis each with one surety.

Both stars are charged with issuing threats and using abusive words with the intent to disturb public peace, with Stonebwoy facing count of displaying a weapon in public place without permission. The gun is an Australian gun INFK 158 with butt number AA792002017.

They have pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The magistrate asked the accused persons to be of good behaviour in the course of the trial and warned them against any acts that could impede the case.

They are expected in court again on June 20.

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Rosemond Brown & Efia Odo Were The Worse Dressed At The VGMA ’19 : Afia Schwarzenegger



Afia Schwarzenegger

Controversial media personality and the self-acclaimed Queen of Comedy, Afia Schwarzenegger has described socialite, Efia Odo, and actress, Rosemond Brown aka Akuapem Poloo as the worse dressed personalities at the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards held on 18th May.

According to Afia Schwar, Efia Odo’s dress was trashed and she never expected someone like her to dress the way she did.

Afia Schwarzenegger claims classy people like herself have to begin going out to redeem the image of fashion in Ghana.

Speaking about Akuapem Poloo, Afia Schwarzenegger said she looked like a rubbish collector on dusty. She described Akuapem Poloo as the worse dressed person at the VGMA.

Afia Schwar wanted to know why Akuapem Poloo still dresses to expose herself when she has the body of a dry fish.

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Cardi B Postpones Concert Over Plastic Surgery Complications



Cardi B

American rapper Cardi B is postponing more concerts amid reports of health concerns.

The “I Like It” rapper postponed a concert in El Paso, Texas, on (Tuesday, May 21), KVIA-TV report says. According to TMZ, Cardi B also rescheduled a performance scheduled for Friday, May 24, in Baltimore, Maryland, for September 8.

The rescheduled tour dates come a day after Cardi also postponed shows in Syracuse and Saratoga Springs this weekend. She’ll perform at the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview on Sept. 7, and at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) on Sept. 6.

TMZ reports the reason is health concerns after the rapper suffered complications from recent plastic surgery procedures. she has openly spoken about getting liposuction and breast augmentation after giving birth to her first child with her husband, Offset, and recently told a crowd in Memphis she should’ve canceled a May 5 concert because “moving too much is going to f— up my lipo.”

Sources tell TMZ that the surgeries and heavy workload are “too much, too soon.” Doctors are recommending several weeks of rest; it’s unclear if other shows in June or later will be affected.

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