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GHANAIAN MANGERS DON’T REALLY KNOW HOW TO MANAGE AN ARTISTE-STEPHAINIE BENSON

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UK based Ghanaian international singer Stephanie Benson says not all Ghanaian managers in the music industry have the ski to manage an artiste very well.

Speaking to Evans Amewugah on SVT V Africa, Stephanie explained that the role of an artiste manager is to ensure that the artiste under his watch has a comfortable life but that is not the case with most Ghanaian managers.

“Some of the managers don’t know how to manage, I think the duty of a manager is to ensure that the artiste is comfortable at all times but I don’t see that in the Ghanaian music industry.” Stephamie stated

However, she mentioned Kiki Banson manager of Ghanaian singer Becca as one of the musicians trying their best to make their artistes comfortable.

Stephanie Benson has been described by many as the queen of jazz.

I’VE NEVER CHEATED ON MY HUSBAND –STEPHAINIE BENSON

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Ghanaian musician says her marriage has been doing well for over a decade because she would never try cheating on her husband.

Speaking to broadcaster Evans Amewugah on SVTV AFRICA Stephanie Benson explained that for her marriage to soar one must do away with the cheating habit.

Additionally, Stephanie asked critics of her appearance to keep mute as that does not affect them in any way. He added that empowering women has nothing to do with the appearance of a lady.

“When out want to empower someone, taking a look at the appearance doesn’t matter. “She stated

Stephainie futered saying shes not a priest who would climb and  plenty like.

EBONY HAS BEEN SOLD TO THE DEVIL- PROPHET KUMCHACHA

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Prophet Kumchacha says the late dance hall artiste Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng known in the showbiz circle as Ebony reigns has been sold to agents of the underworld by her family members.

Speaking in an interview with Evans Amewugah on SVTV, Prophet Kumchacha explained that the death of Ebony is an arrangement between her family members and the satanic world; stressing that Ebony’s soul was used as sacrifice to appease devil.

Additionally, Kumchacha indicated that the black coffin which was used to bury the late Ebony is a clear sign that Ebony’s family has a strong covenant with the dark world.

“The color of the coffin Ebony was buried in is a clear indication that she has been sold to the devil, under normal circumstances who would be buried in a black coffin?” Prophet Kumchacha rhetorically asked

Born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng died in a gruesome accident on the Kumasi-Sunyani road on 8th Febuary, 2018 with her friend Franky Kuri and Lane Corporal Atsu Vondee when they were returning from a visit to Ebony’s mother.

I WON’T FEATURE IN ANY SECULAR SONG-KWAKU GYASI

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Veteran Gospel singer Kwaku Gyasi has revealed he has no intentions to feature in any secular song.

In an interview with SVTV Africa Kwaku Gyasi stated that even with his fellow Gospel musicians there are some he wouldn’t feature how much more secular music. According to him there must be a difference between Gospel musicians and secular musicians.

“Even though God gifts us all there must be a difference between secular musicians and gospel musicians, everyone and his God given field.” Kwaku Gyasi stated

He firmly stated that he has not condemned secular musicians but collaboration between him and a secular musician “would not happen.”

Kwaku Gyasi has been on the Ghanaian gospel industry for over a decade.His first two albums were “Sunsum Kronkron Gya”and “Onokwafoo.” In 2006, he dropped another hit album “Onyame Aseda” which won hi, here Ghana Music Awads and several nominations.

OBAAPA CHRISTY HAS GREAT GOSPEL STANDARDS- KWAKU GYASI

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Gospel star Kwaku Gyasi says the only Ghanaian gospel musician with great Gospel standards is “Me boafo ne Awurade” singer Obaapa Christy.

Supporting his words, the elevated singer explained that she knows how to weave her way through every genre of Gospel music.

“When you take her visual aspects, vocal aspects instruments she is so great.” Kwaku Gyasi added

Speaking in an exclusive interview with online media portal Kwaku Gyasi explained that he is not being bias because he has a song with her but “he who climbs a good tree deserves a push.”

The “Ayeyi” hitmaker added that though the music industry is a “stealing industry” singers should try their best to polish what they steal to make it their own perfectly. Kwaku Gyasi further compared present day Gospel songs to noise.

MODERN GOSPEL MUSICIANS DON’T HAVE CONTENT- KWAKU GYASI

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Veteran Ghanaian gospel musician Kwaku Gyasi who has been in the gospel industry or over a decade has expressed his dissatisfaction over present day Ghanaian musicians stating that most gospel musicians off late lack spiritual content in their music.

The “Ayeyi” singer in a close interview with SVTV Arica said he doesn’t qualify Gospel musicians as proclaimers of the Gospel any more. He continued by saying that he doesn’t see any Gospel musician rising to the standards laid down by the older gospel singers.

“In my opinion these gospel musicians don’t sing the Gospel to the satisfaction of the soul. Most of them do not have contents and they are also not rising towards the standards we the older musicians have laid down for them.” Kwaku Gyasi stated.

Kwaku Gyasi however advised recent times Gospel musicians to push to the high standards set for them by their predecessors and try to stay at the apex of their carrier.

I’M NOT A FUNERAL ARTISTE –PATAPAA

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Ghanaian musician Patapaa may have unconsciously described fellow musicians as funeral musicians.

Speaking in an interview on SVTV Africa “one corner” hit maker explained that he is not hurt because he was not billed to perform at the tribute concert held in memory of late dancehall artiste Ebony reigns.

Patapaa stated that he won’t be present at the tribute concert because he was not asked to perform and it would be inappropriate to be where he is not needed.

“I am not young boy to go to a place uninvited so I won’t be at Ebony’s tribute concert.”

However Patapaa stated that he would be present at the final funeral rites for the late Ebony Reigns.

Ebony died in a fatal accident on the Kumas-Sunyani with her friend Franky Kuri and body guard Lance Corporal Atsu Vondee

A god GOES BY THE NAME KUMCHACHA-PATAPAA

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Hip life artiste of the year nominee Patapaa claims there is a god in an African country by the name Kumchacha.

Speaking on SVTV Africa’s SVTV chat Patapaa disclosed he has a song titled “Kumchacha”yet to release .He claimed Kumchacha is a name of a god in an African country.

“If you listen to the song very well you would realize I’m not referring to the Prophet rather I’m telling a historical story.” Patapaa told SVTV

The one corner hit maker added that he no intentions of creating a “beef” between he and the Prophet and promised his fans the song titled Kumchacha is a very interesting tune.

For some time now there has been some exchange of words between the founder of and leader of the Heaven’s Gate Ministries, Prophet Nicholas Osei popularly known as Prophet Kumchacha and the rising musician Patapaa. Late last year, Prophet Kumchacha disclosed he had buried Patapaa’s “one corner” on the instruction of God.

GHANAIANS SUPPORT YOUR OWN! - AFIA SCHWAZENEGER

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Television and radio personality Afia Schwazeneger has termed Ghanaians as hypocrites, failing to support their own and trying their very best to shatter the efforts of any young person trying to make a living.

Afia Schwazeneger described the media, politicians and Ghanaians in general as hypocrites hailing and showing love to someone during their demise.

Afia angrily made these statements at the funeral grounds of the late dancehall diva Ebony Reigns.

According to the on-air personality, Ebony was always condemned for her raunchy performances and style of showbiz but in death she is being hailed because Ghanaians especially “big men” love to spend their “blood money” on the dead.

Speaking in an interview with SVTV Africa on 24th March, 2017 at the funeral grounds of Ebony, Afia cited “one-minute” celebrity Rashida “black beauty “as a clear example to support her arguments stating that Rashida is at a point in life where she needs help and support from Ghanaians but not a single soul has gone to her aid but if Rashida loses her life in a twinkle of an eye Ghanaians would pour out heart-felt tributes ad hail her.

“Look at Rashid for instance , she’s in a very uncomfortable situation the moment and is asking for help but everyone has turned a deaf ear to her plea, God forbid should Rashida die everyone would go to her house and shed tears.”Afia Schwazeneger furiously stated.

Afia Schwar added that Ghanaians should support their own whiles it lasts because as the old adage states “no one knows what he has until he losses it.”

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