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Lack of structures affecting quality of Ghanaian movies – McBrown

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A Renowned Ghanaian Movie Actress, Nana Ama McBrown has said the movie industry in Ghana is not progressing due to a lack of structures and a proper regulatory body to govern the industry.

Speaking to Nana Aba Anamoah on Starr Chat Wednesday, McBrown said, unlike their Nigerian counterparts who are well-structured with the government interventions the situation in Ghana is different.

According to her, the movie players in Ghana have been left on their own unchecked thereby creating a state of mushroom movie producers in the industry.

“Since I started it has been an independent job, independent producers and even when we had a board and all that, I will say that it wasn’t too active. If it was active a lot of movies wouldn’t have come out within that time and the reason is that because the structures from the top are not there.

“Right now in Ghana, anybody can pick a camera and call the shots and say I’m the producer. However, YouTube is the ultimate sales point now and everybody would put it there. We have other alternatives like Netflix and all that because we started to tell our stories the wrong way,” she disclosed.

McBrown stated that with a good administrative structure in place the Ghanaian stories could be presented well in the movies to attract International Market.

“It was a profit-based thing for everybody. We were not thinking about how we are selling Ghana rather we were thinking about how to enrich our pockets, especially the producers. People like us were learning on the field so from the beginning it was a learning process. Until we got to a stage we realized that this is how we are going to tell the story differently,” she narrated.

The Actress reiterated that even now the Ghanaian movie industry is still lost because the independent producers are still at the helm of affairs.

“It is very expensive so once in a while you will see a good movie,” Mcbrown added.

Source:Starrfm.com

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“I am not the best, I am the one” – Sarkodie says

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“The lizard that jumped from the high Iroko tree to the ground said he would praise himself if no one else did.” The quote is from the book f Things Fall Apart by the renowned Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe.

Perhaps riding on the above-mentioned proclamation by the African celebrated novelist, Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has accordingly blown his own trumpet

That is to say, after so many years in the music industry with hit songs and countless awards, Sarkodie says he is not only the best when it comes to the craft but he is in fact, the one, ceteris paribus!

In a tweet on Sunday, November 28, 2022, Sarkodie wrote “I’m not the best, I’m the one”.

Sarkodie’s claim to be the one has been accepted by “SarkNatives”, but those who have mad love for good music built on thought-provoking lyrics, Sarkodie is not the one as he erroneously envisaged.

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Sad news hits Captain Smart

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Sad news has hit the camp of seasoned Ghanaian broadcaster Captain Smart.

According to what we have gathered, Captain Smart whose real name is Godsbrain Smart has lost his younger sister named Nana Pokuaa.

Captain Smart announced the sad news on his Facebook page on Sunday,28th November 2021.

However, it is not known what caused the demise of Captain Smart’s sister’s demise.

Captain Smart in his post revealed that his deceased sister agreed to look after their mother till she reached 100 years but unfortunately it’s not going to happen now as she is gone.

Captain Smart shared photos of his sister and wrote:

“My Dear lovely sister. I thought we planned to take care of mom till she’s 100 and bury her together. Why have you left all this load to me alone. My heart is broken. Why so soon without a notice. Sister I love you and you will forever remain in my heart till we meet again. Say hello to Granny for me.
OMG just 28. Damirifa Due. Nana Due Due Due”.

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[VIDEO] King Promise brings a fully-packed O2 Arena to a standstill with an energetic performance

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Ghanaian musician, Gregory Bortey Newman who is known as King Promise gave an energetic performance when he brought a fully-packed O2 Arena to a standstill.
The award-winning musician was part of the top artistes who mounted the stage at Wizkid’s concert held in London.

King Promise performed some of his top songs including OH YEAH and CCTV. It was an adorable moment as the crowd sang along to show how he has won their hearts with his songs.

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