Cobby Sackitey

Cobby Sackitey

I Don’t Do Boys, I Only Do Girls - Ghanaian Female Singer

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In the UK or US, many celebrities have been outspoken about being attracted to more than one gender, but the story is not the same in Ghana because homosexuality is a big no in Ghana and against the law.
The feeling however, is different with some Ghanaians who are based in abroad.
UK-based Ghanaian afrobeats artiste, Eyeson continues to be outspoken about her love life and sexuality.
The budding musician, in a recent interview made shocking revelation about her sexual life saying she does not do boys but only girls.
The singer in an interview with SVTV Africa, told host DJ Nyaami when she arrived at the airport last night that, she is a proud lesbian and enjoying her relationship with her lesbian partner.
“You’re asking the wrong question, you can’t ask if I have a boyfriend, you should ask I if I’m dating. I’m attracted to more than one gender, love goes where love is, so it doesn’t matter. So yeah I have a girlfriend and I don’t see why I should hide it…No, she is not a Ghanaian, she is a Kenyan based in the UK and I can’t hide her. She added.
Asked why she decided to go the opposite way and not go straight, she said “Boys of today are not trustworthy, they only come to take advantage of you and go. So it’s better to date a girl because, at least, you know this bitch is broke and I’m broke too, so you don’t expect anything from that and women are more compassionate than women” she added.
Scientists do not know the exact cause of sexual orientation, but they theorize that it is caused by a complex interplay of genetic, hormonal, and environmental influences, and do not view it as a choice. Although no single theory on the cause of sexual orientation has yet gained widespread support, scientists favor biologically-based theories. There is considerably more evidence supporting nonsocial, biological causes of sexual orientation than social ones, especially for males.
We can only wish them luck in their relationship and all the best to Eyeson in her musical career.
Eyeson is UK based Ghanaian female artist, with the hit song ‘Odiifour’ which features award winning rapper Guru.
She is out with another single titled ‘Wope Enhwe’ this time she featured Atumpan.


Add Road Safety & Police Education To The Education Curricula - DSP Mohammed Urges Gov't

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Even though The National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service has developed a road safety textbooks and manual to be integrated into the basic school education curricula, that seems not to be enough.

Former Nima Police Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Hajia Sa-Ada Mohammed also known as Hajia Police has urge government to add road safety and police education to the curriculum from basic level.

This, she believes will prevent some unnecessary accidents on the roads.

DSP Mohammed made this known in an interview with SVTV Africa with host DJ Nyaami.

She explained that most of the deaths through pedestrian crossing occurred among children and the youth because they were ignorant of road traffic regulations.

"I think road safety and policing, these two things should be added to the Ghana education service, because it's all about life. Some young ones who didn't take their time to learn driving don't know the road safety regulations so they drive anyhow on the road which is bad" she noted.

Hajia Police also stated that, with the introduction of police education in the curriculum, it will promote a cordial relationship between the police and civilians.
"In some houses in Ghana, people use police to scare children which is bad. So with the introduction of policing in the curriculum, it will help cordial relationship between the police and civilians where a police can even invite a suspect via phone or walk to the zongo and invite the person. Because being invited by the police does not mean you're guilty, you're only a suspect until proven guilty, but that education is not there. So there is always a fight or misunderstanding when the police invites a suspect. So we need to introduce policing in the curriculum. She added.

Hajia Police was optimistic that with the introduction of the road safety and police education concept in the schools, it would expose the students to basic knowledge in road safety and the police service.

She added that the concept would have positive impact on pupils and is a shared and collective responsibility of all and sundry, including children, who had a role to play.

Hajia Police who is also a musician, is out with two new songs titled 'Sa Adul Islam' and 'Ba re ka de Sala'.

The songs talks about peace among religions, and also educates the youth.
The songs have received massive airplay on radio since its release and is available on all digital platforms.


Music Producer Shawers Ebiem Breaks Silence; Tells His Side Of The Story

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Talented producer and professional sound engineer Shawers Ebiam has finally open up on the issue of Possigee stealing his song.

Is was rumored that, Shawers was accusing Possigee of stealing Shatta Wale's 'Ayoo' beat.

Possigee upon hearing it, refuted claims he stole a beat from colleague producer Shawers Ebiem.

But in an interview on SVTV Africa, Shawers told host DJ Nyaami, he gave the beat personally to Posigee to give it out to any artiste that can fit on it.
"I went to Posigee's studio to give the beat to him to listen and if he's cool with it, he should give it to any artiste. After listening, he made a call and then sent the beat via email"

Shawers furthered that, after the song was released by Shatta Wale, even though, it was Posigee's name that was mentioned and not him, he never accused Posigee of stealing his beat.
"When Shatta released the song, Posigee didn't call to tell me, I had to call him to confirm it. But I told him it's fine. I never said anything, I wasn't hurt by doing that but if he goes on any interview, then he is saying, I accused him of stealing my beat, tarnishing my image"

In addition to this, Shawers noted that, Posigee came to his studio with some group of people, who wanted to find out about the same thing. He pointed out that, he used the opportunity to apologized to his godfather, Posigee.
"The last time, he came to my studio with some squad, a group of people. they wanted to find out about this same issue. People were holding their phones and all that, in the midst of that, I knelt down and apologized to him. I knelt down because he is senior brother, aside that, he is my senior in the game so I can't disrespect him no matter what"

Shawers further noted that, Shatta Wale called him at some point to find out what was going on, he explained things to him and told exactly what happened.
Shatta then told him to forget about everything and move forward.

He added, Shatta then sent him his email address for future works.

Shawez Ebiam has produced some hit songs including Shatta Wale's 'Dem Confuse', 'Ghamro', Donzy's 'You and the Devil' just to mention a few.


Young Mission Entertainment officially signs Freda Rhymz

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Young Mission Entertainment, a Paris-based Ghanaian booking and entertainment company, which has over the years made very major impacts in the lives of most artists in the country has officially been able to sign its ever first unique female rapper Freda Rhymz. 

Freda Rhymz parted ways with her former record label Black Avenue Muzik after working with them for a year. 

Born Freda Baffour Awuah, Freda Rhymz made history by emerging the winner of the sixth season of the MTN Hitmaker music reality show. She is the first female to win that reality show.

Through intense effort, Freda Rhymz released three official singles and music videos between March 2018 and May 2019 under Black Avenue Muzik.
She released ‘Jammin’ (a Hip-hop/Rap song), ‘I Dey Go’ featuring Kelvyn Boy (an Afrobeats song), and ‘Pay’ featuring D-Black (an Afrobeats/Hip-hop song)’.

Apart from the songs/videos, the rapper also released two freestyle music videos within that same period and two label singles and music videos -‘Kokorkor’ and ‘WataBamBum’.

Today, the management and booking company is very proud to announce their signing of Freda Rhymz into their good books. 
The contract is a five-year period and is subject to renewal. 

In a short ceremony to outdoor their new artist at the young mission entertainment office at the airport, CEO of young mission entertainment, Nana Amoako Frempong, told SVTV Africa, he was excited about his new signing and looking forward in working with Freda Rhymz.

"It's difficult for a female artist to blow in Ghana and looking at how hard she has work to be where she is now, we thought of coming in and helping her reach the top. So I'm excited about the signing and looking forward in working with her" 

The newly signed young mission entertainment artiste expressed her excitement and said, she has been longing to work with young mission entertainment. 

Other Artistes who were arranged to be signed on to the company are music producer and singer, Danny Beatz, MC and Singer, OG.

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