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I never snubbed Eshun - Wendy Shay


Rufftown records signee Wendy Shay says she never ignored Eshun when she sent her a DM(Direct Message)

Speaking on SVTV AFRICA, the "Uber Driver" hitmaker explained that she didn't come across Eshun's message.

"I get a lot of messages and I'm mostly busy so i don't really pay attention to messages i receive." Wendy Shay stated

She apologized to her fellow songstress for "ignoring her message."

"Honestly, I didn't see her DM (Direct message) and I'm really sorry i didn't reach out to her when you reached out to me."

Highlife musician, eShun has complained about how Rufftown Records signee Wendy Shay, ignored her when she tried reaching out to her.

The songstress explained how she tried reaching out to her colleague, Wendy after she was misquoted to have called the latter talentless.

Wendy is currently promoting her new song dubbed, “Astalavista”.

Samini makes dancehall more commercial - Jupita

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Dancehall artiste Michael Okine, popularly referred to Jupita in showbiz have pointed fingers to the media. accusing them of failing to appreciate their (artistes) works.

Jupita comparing Nigeria's Music Industry to Ghana stated that artistes are given the needed respect in Nigeria and are seen as very important people in their country whereas artistes in Ghana are less respected.

"When you go to Nigeria, there are musicians who released songs for a long time but their ratings keep on increasing because they are respected by the media and new artistes." Jupita stated

 The "Enemies" hit maker speaking to Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV africa's SVTV Chat added that the media is a carrier of the negative aspect in the Music Industry and ignores the positive ones.

Speaking on Dancehall artiste in Ghana, Jupita explained that although lots of people started Dancehall in Ghana, Samini has made the genre commercial in Ghana.

Ghana music industry is under construction - Jupita


The urban award winner, in an interview with Ayisha Bayipa, on thex SVTV Africa Chat show, has stated that, the Ghana Music industry is under construction, therefore must stop pushing negative contents.

 ‘’We have an industry that is under construction so we have to stop the too much negative contents and focus on how we can build it to the next level’’. He said.

 The enemies hit maker, expressed his worries on how the industry is not functioning properly, and how artistes ride on their fellows, via negative means, just to get recognized.

 Adding that, the industry has become an institution where they push more of these negative vibes than any other.

 He urged his fellow artistes not to give more room to such contents so it doesn’t take away the best they have.

‘’Everybody thinks, doing controversial content is what will make people listen to them, meanwhile, it is you that is feeding the listeners and also decide what they should listen".

"We can do the controversial stuff but it shouldn’t take the best from us’’. He concluded.

Shaku Shaku makes me look childish - S3FA


Sefa is amongst the Black avenue signees, talking about genre, she does Soul, RnB, Afro pop and she is well known when it comes to song mash-ups.

The songstress has however, in her latest interview, disclosed that, dancing shaku shaku, makes her look childish.

 She said this, in an interview with Ayisha Bayiba, on the SVTV Africa Facebook live Chat show; when asked why she was not dancing shaku shaku, in her new video, ‘’odo yewu’’.

 ‘’It makes me look childish, I actually did but I looked childish. It doesn’t make sense to me, it wasn’t nice hence I took it off.’’ She said.

 ‘’odo Yewu’’ can be streamed and downloaded from all musical platforms.

I don't mind dating a poor guy - S3FA


One characteristic a woman would want in a man is how strong his finances are. Most women would not want to date a man who isn't financially stable.

Well, Black Avenue Musiq signee S3fa doesn't believe in that rule.

The budding singer in an interview with Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV CHAT on SVTV AFRICA revealed that she doesn't mind dating a "broke" man because what is important in a relationship is love and care.

"If i love someone and he's not rich i don't mind hustling with him."

S3fa however noted that although she would date a poor person, he would have to support her with the little he has.

"If we sit in a "trotro"(public transport) together you would have to pay the fare and if i have a car you would have to buy fuel occasionally." S3fa stated

Although she explained that she would date broke men she explained that such a man must at least have something to support her with.

Epixode releases a tribute song in memory of the late Kofi Annan


Ghanaian Dancehall act ,Epixode has presented his tribute to African hero Kofi Annan through music ,accompanied by a video, as a way of showing his last respect.

The song, produced by Joe Deevans eulogises the late UN Secretary and his life well lived.

Busummuru Kofi Atta Annan,born in 1938, was an epitome of unification of the African continent,equality and humanitarianism.

He died on August 18 in Switzerland after battling a, short illness.

Kofi Atta Annan was a Ghanaian diplomat who served as the seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations, from January 1997 to December 2000.

He left behind a wife and three children.

Girls will always choose 6 cars over 6 packs - D CRYME

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Tema-based Ghanaian rapper and early proponent of the ‘Twipop’ Darlington Kwasi Agyekum, popularly known in showbiz as D.Cryme,says he would always choose a guy with six cars over one with six packs if he were a lady.

According to D.Cryme, cars are a necessity and help greatly in one's daily activities whereas six packs is just a thing to drool over and has no importance.

"Most women would choose a man with cars over a man with six packs because cars are a necessity whereas six packs is only seen when one is shirtless." the "Kill me Shy" hitmaker explained in an interview with SVTV AFRICA

D. Cryme added that most girls have to go through the pain of paying for an uber to take them around and would not think twice to choose a man with cars if one should come their way.

D.Cryme who has been absent in the Music Industry is back with a new music video titled "Bae".

Sonnie Badu is my spiritual father – Kidi

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Kidi, in an interview with SVTV Africa has stated that Sonnie Badu is his spiritual father.

The ‘Adiepena’ hit maker speaking to Ayisha Bayipa on the SVTV Africa chat show, said this on the account that, he talks with the gospel singer sometimes, revealing that, they share the same whatsapp group where they even pray together.

‘’I have been talking to him. He is like my spiritual father, he created a whatsapp group with me and my brother, we talk sometimes and he prays with us which l appreciate a lot.’’

Adding that, he will never reject the offer if Sonnie Badu wants to do a gospel song with him, saying he can equally sing gospel when he is touched by the spirit.

‘’How dare me say no if Sonnie Badu wants to do a song with me, I don’t mind if it is gospel".

"I equally can sing about things if I am touched by the spirit. Hence, I would be very honoured if today he says we should do a song’’.

When asked whether he has any other gospel artiste he would like to collaborate with, he mentioned Joe Metel.

‘’Joe Metel is another person l listen to a lot, another spiritual brother whose songs touches my heart in the deepest places’’

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