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Eno’s AFRIMMA win a disgrace to Ghana & VGMA – Enock Agyapong



Entertainment Pundit, Enock Agyapong has described Eno Barony’s recent win at the AFRIMMA as a dent to the credibility of the various awards schemes in Ghana.

According to him, her win is a disgrace to Ghana and the VGMA’s for selecting Kwasi Arthur as the best rapper at this year’s award scheme.

“It is a disgrace for us as a country to award Kwesi Arthur as the best rapper of the year at the VGMA’s with Eno in the same category and he was not even nominated for the AFRIMMA”.

Enock described Eno as a super talented artiste who though was passed over at the VGMA’s, has been vindicated with her recent win at the AFRIMMA. “Eno is the only Ghanaian who received an award at the AFRIMMA. She saved the face of Ghana”.

“AFRIMMA is telling us something. It means our awards schemes are not right. If AFRIMMA has recognised ENO as the best female rapper in Africa and we failed to acknowledge her in Ghana, then we need to check our award schemes”.

We will keep being disgraced this way if we don’t change”, he told Doctar Cann on Happy 98.9 FM’s Showbiz Xtra.

The artiste manager admitted that board members of the various award schemes in the country need to be replaced with younger industry experts who are in tune with both the old and new ways of doing and assessing music.

Rapper Eno Barony won Best Female Rap Act at the 2020 edition of the African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA). She was the sole Ghanaian winner at the event, which was held virtually on Sunday, November 15 and she beat strong competition from nine other female rappers across the continent.

They were Rouge and Nakai (South Africa), Candy Bleakz (Nigeria), Moonya (Senegal), Bombshell Grenade (Zambia), Muthoni Drummer Queen (Kenya), Rosa Ree (Tanzania) Keko (Uganda) and Askia from Cameroon.

Source: e.TV Ghana


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Strongman Reveals Why Sarkodie Takes Delight In Collaborations Than Releasing Singles On His Own



Strongman Burner, formally of Sarkcess Music has revealed why his former boss Sarkodie likes collaborating with other artists instead of releasing more songs on his own.

We all can attest to the fact that ninety percent of Sarkodie’s songs are featured songs. Though Ghanaians have raised eyebrows about why he is into collaborations, the issue remains suspended since the provided answers do not look satisfying.

In this case, Strongman who has walked with Sarkodie for years has revealed why Sarkodie does more collaborations.

According to him, it is difficult to release a couple of singles as a rapper, adding that featuring other artists look easier for rappers since the featured artist will do all the chorus and hookups.

Speaking from experience, Strongman told Foster Romanus on eTV that seeing a rapper singing and rapping at the same time looks difficult as compared to a singer who can combine few lyrics and use it as a rap in their song.

He made this known while responding to a question as to why most of the songs on his newly released album titled ’10 am’ are full-featured songs.

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Parliament Is For Serious People Not Popular Movie Actors – Minister Jabs John Dumelo



Minister for Foreign affairs, Madam Shirley Ayokor Botchway, has joined the list of parliamentarians who think John Dumelo is not the right person for a member of parliament.

She opined that Parliament is a place for serious minds that are ready to provide practical solution to the problems of the nation not people who gained fame from acting.

John Dumelo is contesting under the wings of the National Democratic Congress(NDC) as member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon and will be competing against Madam Lydia Seyram Alhassan.

The actor has been very helpful to his constituency and hopes he is selected to represent them in Parliament.

Dumelo and Alhassan were on 3News today for a debate but their peaceful trade of words nearly turned physical.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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Video of Quamina MP weeping after hearing the death of his father



A new video has dropped on social media that captures the moment rapper Quamina MP was seriously weeping after news of his father’s death was broken to him.

The ‘Omanfour Girls’ crooner could be heard crying on top of his voice as people around him tried to console him.

Watch the video below:

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