I FELT INADEQUATE EVEN AFTER I BECAME POPULAR - OKYEAME KWAME

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High profiled Ghanaian rapper Okyeame Kwame in says although his ambition in life when he was younger was to be popular he felt inferior when he got to the popularity stage.

Kwame Nsiah Appau, popularly known Okyeame Kwame who is an inspiration to young artists and entrepreneurs explained that he felt the need to touch the lives of people and realized popularity was not supposed to be his comfort zone.

"At every point of one's life God gives us knowledge to do something for a lot of people and I felt I needed to touch the lives of people with my music else I have failed. " Okyeame told SVTV AFRICA

The Rap Doctor touching on the presence of his children in the Music Industry indicated that his children pursue music for fun and as students studies should be their priority.

"My children practice music just for fun and we switch on the music energy once a while just for fans to enjoy, for now my kids have to learn so their music vibe is off."

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PRAYE TO RELEASE TWO SINGLES AFTER THEIR COMEBACK

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Music trio Praye seem to have settled their differences and have come back after four years of their absence in the Music Industry.

Choirmaster a member of the music trio known in real life as Eugene Baah told SVTV Africa that the group is set to release two single tracks before the year ends.

He added that although the Music group has been defunct for five years, they still have the energy to create an indelible mark on the hearts of music lovers.

Praye contributed the successful comeback of the music group to the Almighty God.

"We are not going to disappoint music lovers, we know what is trendy and how to wow our fans. " Choirmaster added

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I’ve not received a pesewa as royalties – Abrewa Nana

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 Ghanaian  singer, songwriter and dancer Dorcas Opoku Dakwa known professionally as Abrewa Nana says during the reign of current MUSIGA President Obour she has never stepped foot at the premises of MUSIGA.

Aberewa Nana who was bold to state that she is no longer a member of the umbrella group that seeks to unite Ghanaian musicians irrespective of their music genre.

In an interview with SVTV Africa, Abrewa Nana revealed that Ghanaian musicians don't receive any royalties from GHAMRO.

"Bob Marley is dead and gone but his family receive money from his music frequently,meanwhile we are alive yet we don't receive even a pesewa from our music." she angrily stated.

The former Idol judge sadly prayed that the industry doesn't rubbish pioneer musicians are not forgotten in the Music Industry as time goes in.

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ALLORDIA PROMOTIONS ASSURES FANS OF A BETTER GHANA MUSIC AWARDS UK THIS YEAR

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Allordia Promotions organizers of Ghana Music Awards-UK have assured the the society of well improved Awards scheme this year.

C.E.O of Allordia Promotions Nii Ofori Tackie better known as DJ Allordia speaking to broadcaster Evans Amewugah explained that the cause of mishaps during 2016 was the delay in the preparation of Visa.

"I'm promising Ghanaians to expect something big and better this year, lots of promos and adverts would be aired for everyone to know about Ghana Music Awards -Uk. "Allordia continued to say.

The 2018 edition of the Ghana Music Awards -Uk was launched on May, 18 2018 at Accra Erata Hotel.

The main aim of the award scheme is to enable Ghanaian Music soar higher above the shores of Ghana.

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PATAPAA REPRESENTS ONE SIDE OF GHANA MUSIC - OMAR STERLING (R2BEES)

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Popular Ghanaian rapper Paedae in an interview with SVTV Africa says "one corner" artist Patapaa holds a section of Ghanaian Music and he has come to push the Music Industry.

Known privately as Omar Sterling in an interview with broadcaster Evans Amewugah explained that their absence on the Ghana meets Najia list is due to the fact that the team is busy recording an album.
"Organizers of Ghana meets Najia contacted us but we are busy with an album" Omar sterling added

He continued to say that dance hall in the country is impressive and doing great in the Music Industry.

Omar sterling made these statements at the karaoke night of Kikibees restaurant lounge and pub where Patapaaa made an impressive performance.

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I MINGLE WITH GAME BOYS- KURL SONGX

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Ghanaian prolific RnB and high life singer Kurl Songz has denied claims that he is into frauding.

Although he explained that he is not a "game boy" he mingles with game boys and sees nothing wrong with people who are into the act.

"I have friends who are game boys, they are humans and I see nothing wrong with being friends with them." Kurl Songz stated in an interview with SVTV Africa

He added that rumours about him being a fraudster doesn't hurt him.

Kurl Songz Was The 1st Runner up at Vodafone Icons- Street Edition in 2013 and later joined MTN hit maker season 5 where he won.

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KAYWA NURTURED ME INTO COMMERCIAL MUSIC - KURL SONGX

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Winner of MTN hit maker season 5 2016 says although he has passion and a great voice for R&B , the music genre does not provide enough money.

" People compliment my voice and urge me to sing R&B but at the end of the day it doesn't fetch enough money to put food on the table." Kurl Songz revealed in an interview on SVTV CHAT hosted by SVTV Africa host Evans Amewugah.

The budding high life musician continued to say that highly acclaimed music producer nurtured him and introduced him to commercial music.

"I've learnt how to make hit songs and that's what gives me enough money." Kaywa added.

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INVESTORS MAKING NIGERIAN VIDEOS LOOK GOOD - KURL SONGX

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Highly Spiritual Music signee Kurl Songz says the Music Industry needs investors in order to produce quality music videos.

Comparing Nigeria's Music Industry to Ghana Kurl Songz indicated that although Ghanaian musicians have better singers Nigeria has good music videos making them soar higher.

Speaking to SVTV Africa, the twenty four year old dynamic vocalist explained that "without quality music videos Ghana's music won't be on the global front."


"We have good directors but we lack the right equipment to shoot world standard videos to push our music to the world." he added. Kurl Songz indicated that Ghanaian artistes are good and prepared to shoot quality music videos but due to lack of investors Nigerian musicians are always ahead in the game and hailed for good music to videos.

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