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“Kumerican boys are doing well independently but there’s no unity among them” – D Black



Ghanaian rapper, businessman, Desmond Kwesi Blackmore, better known as D Black, has raised concerns about the division among the Kumerican rappers and vocalists while simultaneously praising their hard work.

In an interview with Tony Best on Akoma FM, D Black mentioned that the new crop of Kumerica musicians are doing well with their skill what brings them together as one people is what they are missing.

In D Black’s assertion, they lack the tendency that brings them together as one people.

“The Kumerican guys are doing great, but I think they are a little bit divided,” he said.

During the interview, D Black stated that all entertainers in the creative industry require the support of their peers in order to succeed. He stated that it appears that all of Kumerica’s artists are doing their own thing rather than seeking each other’s support.

I believe they should band together and seek a shared goal. You can’t stay on top of music indefinitely. So, as a brother’s star fades, he’s featured on a big song at a specific time to raise him up,” he explained.

His remarks are likely in response to the news that Yaw Tog has left the Asakaa Boys after refusing to sign a label deal with them. This came after it was discovered that Yaw Tog had removed the Asakaa Boys’ verses from his breakthrough single “Sore” during the remix with Stormzy, a British rapper.

“I didn’t sign their record label deal and it came out from them because I didn’t sign their deal, they won’t be able to collaborate with me again, and it all started with the deletion of my verses and the work they performed together.” Yaw Tog said after breaking from Asakaa boys.

However, we’ve noticed that other Kumerican acts such as Kweku Flick, Kofi Jamar, YPee, Osikani Abrantie, and Kweku Darlington, among others, have been going about their music careers separately.



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New York Entertainment Blog Hints On A Sarkodie-Drake Collaboration



A New York Entertainment blog has revealed on its Twitter page that Sarkodie might collaborate with the Canadian rapper, Drake.

Sarkodie on his latest “No Pressure” album featured some of the world-known international acts on some of the songs off his album.

He collaborated with the Roc Nation signee, Vic Mensa on his “Vibration” track, he also featured the UK-based Giggs on his “Round 2” song. He also featured the American rapper, Wale in his “Fireworks” song.

Fans believed, and record producer Possigee confirmed, that Sarkodie was working with “someone larger than Jay Z” prior to the album’s release.

Despite Sarkodie’s denials, it appears that the rapper is on his way to collaborating with Drake, which will put all rumors to rest.

A blog named MusicXclusives has hinted at a possible collaboration between Sarkodie and the Canadian rapper, Drake.

See the screenshot below:


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Just In: Sarkodie Officially Signs For Sony Music UK



The most decorated African rapper of all time – Sarkodie, the rapper who has arguably dropped this year’s biggest album has officially signed a publishing contract with Sony Music in the United Kingdom.

The rapper has taken to his verified social media pages to share this good news with his die-hard fans and the whole of Ghana at large.

Check out some of the images captured during the signing ceremony..

Sony Music Publishing is the world’s largest music publishing firm, with the largest collection of songs on the planet.

Sarkodie’s much-anticipated album No Pressure was released on the 30th of last month

The 16-track album features South Africa’s Cassper Nyovest, Tanzanian singer Harmonize, American rapper Wale, UK rapper Giggs, MOG and a few others.


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See photo of Aunty Marie, the mother of Black Sherif whose name was mentioned in ‘2nd Sermon’ song



Photo of Aunty Marie, the alleged mother of Black Sherif whose name was mentioned in the second sermon song has finally popped up on social media.

In the first verse of the song, Black Sherif had a line like”Aunty Marie nnim s3 this be the life adey live for here”.

Soon after the song went viral, many had wanted to see this Aunty Marie and put a face to the name.

Well, even though it seemed rather impossible earlier because Black Sherif‘s mother is known to be based outside Ghana, the singer decided to share a screenshot of her while he was in a video call with her.

So if you ever wondered how Aunty Marie looks, there is picture evidence below;


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