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I never stole Shawerz Beat - Possi Gee

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Ace Music Producer, Possi Gee has said that, he never stole Shawerz beat.

It will be recalled that, beat maker Shawerz was all over the place, saying he produce Shatta Wale's 'Ayoo' beat and not Possi Gee and that Possi Gee stole the beat.

But in an interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Chat, Possi Gee denied stealing the beat and that he has no idea Shatta Wale will mention his name in the song.

He explained that, Shawerz, one of his young boys brought the beat to his studio for him to listen and give it to any artist.

He added that, after listening to the beat for a while, in the presence of Shawerz, he called Shatta Wale and told him about the the beat.

"I was there when Shawez, one of my boys brought the beat to my studio and said I should listen and give it to any artist, so I listened for a while and said this beat is good for Shatta Wale, so I called Shatta Wale in his presence and told Shatta I have something for him, so later when the song was out Shatta mentioned my name thinking I produced the beat"

Possi Gee added that, after hearing the song he called Shawerz and told him Shatta didn't your name, to which Shawerz responds, that's fine.

"When I heard about the song I quickly called Shawerz and told him, yo, Shatta didn't mention your name and Shawerz said oh cool no problem but later he went around saying I stole the beat"

Possi Gee noted that, he later went to Shawerz's studio to solve things amicably.

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I supplied Cwesi Oteng, Chemphe, and others condoms for survival - Nana Boroo

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Popular Ghanaian singer, Nana Osei Bonsu, widely known as Nana Boroo, has disclosed that he supplied musician Cwesi Oteng, Chemphe, Angel Baby, Kill Beatz among others condoms for a living.

Speaking to host, Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Chat, Nana Boroo, revealed that, he has been doing this business before venturing into music.

According to the hip life artiste, he used to sell condoms, beauty products, lubricants, as well as vibrators to lots of artistes including the aforementioned artistes to survive.

"You should never say never but God has been good, I used to sell stuff. I was selling, colourful condoms, lubricants, surgical cloths, and vibrators to lots of guys, for a living.

Asked if he could mention some of the guys, Nana Boroo replied "oh I can't remember but I supplied celebs like, Cwesi Oteng, Chemphe, Angel Baby, Kaywa, Kill Beatz among others."

Nana Boroo is currently in Ghana after traveling to the United States, promoting his new single 'Dada Naa'.

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Patronize Ghana made to stop cedi depreciation - Bennet Agyekum CEO of Kikibees

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Chief Executive Officer of KikiBees Pub, Lounge and Restaurant, Bennet Agyekum has called on Ghanaians to cultivate the habit of patronizing made in Ghana products.

In an interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Africa, he explained that, patronage of made in Ghana products will prevent the cedi from further depreciation and also create employment.

He urge Ghanaians to minimize the patronize of foreign products as that only enrich the foreign companies and not Ghana.

Mr. Agyekum further called on government to prioritize local firms and give the same attention being given to international companies.

He urge government to support the private sector to help boost the economy.

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GHAMRO must tax radio stations - Okyeame Kwame

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2009 VGMA artiste of the year, Okyeame Kwame, has charged GHAMRO to claim fees from radio stations for the usage of songs on their shows.


The Made in Ghana brand ambassador said this on SVTV Africa when asked whether he takes royalties from GHAMRO as an artiste.

He added that, their focus as an organization, should not only be on Blank levies as a source of paying musicians but must however, take the right steps and register entities that are involved in the use of songs for their daily activities and tax them.

'’I intentionally don’t take royalties because I feel there are still loop holes in GHAMRO’s performance and until they do the right thing I am not going to take royalties from them.

‘’I want them to license radio stations, bars, bus terminals, banks and hotels and tax them for the songs they use for their daily activities’’. He said.

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