Afro Fusion artist David Ayuba a Nigerian musician based in Ghana known in showbiz as Pzeefire has added his voice to the #EndSARS #EndSWAT protest going on in Nigeria by dedicating his song “Suffer Suffer” to affected victims and all departed souls who lost their lives prior to brutalities.
As a musician I believe music can be a useful tool in resolving conflicts and misunderstandings and artists like Fela Kuti, Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Femi Kuti and other great musicians have used it in the past and I believe “Suffer Suffer” will be a great tool today as well. Nigeria and Africa have come a long way to be resolving issues through violence and I believe round table discussions by leadership should be the option at all times.
The #FIRE hit maker believes Nigeria has what it takes to resolve its problems and therefore quick measures should be put in place to curb any form of violence that will lead to the loss of lives. The voice of the people is the voice of God so if the people say #EndSARS, #EndSWAT then it means #EndSARS & EndSWAT.
Nigeria is a democratic country and not a Police State therefore any form of Police Brutality should NOT be entertained. Tell me, how do you form a security group that is unconstitutional and use it to brutalize innocent citizens just because of their looks? That’s primitive and undemocratic and shouldn’t be encouraged.
“I’ll also like to call on ECOWAS and the AU to quickly step into this issue before what is currently happening in Lekki spreads into other parts of Nigeria. If there is chaos in Nigeria, one of the countries that will directly be affected negatively will be Ghana because of our close relationship and therefore with Ghana as the ECOWAS Chair I believe President Nana Akufo Addo will quickly call on his counterparts to find a quick solution to it just like they recently did with the Mali Crisis.”
“I strongly believe Africa needs each other in times like this and it’s my dream to see Africa as One with Possibly One President in the Near future. Nothing is Impossible and we know that Together As One we can Achieve Greatness, Pzeefire told BeenieWords in an exclusive interview.”
Zylofon Music Introduces “Zylofon Chronicle” With Tisha
Zylofon Music has announced the release of their latest production dubbed “ZYLOFON CHRONICLE” a fictitious film based on the life story of their afro pop singer, Tiisha.
The film is set many years ago following the Toros Empire and the story of their leader through times of conquest, trials and eventually the fall of the Torus Empire. In this film, Tiisha is portrayed as a princess who was saved and raised by the Toros Empire and later crowned the Queen destined to bring back balance and power to the Empire.
The short film is now available on Zylofon Music’s YouTube Channel and announces the release of Tiisha’s upcoming single titled GODDESS; which will be available on all streaming platforms and music stores on Friday 11th December, 2020.
Welcome to the new era. The new ruler of Ghanaian music; Queen Tiisha.
Mishasha Recruits Shatta Wale For New Anthem – “Dorothy”
Becoming a force to reckon with in the Ghanaian music industry, management have confirmed that, Ghanaian female reggae/ragga & dancehall singjay, Mishasha, will be hosting a musical concert as part of measures established to make her house-hold talent in the country. Dubbed “Mishasha +Friends”, the concert will also serve as the foundation on which she will connect with new and old consumers.
Prior to the event, the musician/songwriter will be rolling out four classical collaborations. In October, the singer released a record setting all female dancehall project ‘1 by 1’ which featured Dancehall Queen, MzVee. The singer has enlisted award-winning Ghanaian musician, Shatta Wale, on her forthcoming afrobeats banger, dubbed ‘Dorothy’; a song which gave production credit to Peeweezle.
The song will premiere few days after Ghana’s general elections.
“Watch out! Great collaboration… Good artiste! Watch out for her albums,” says Shatta Wale in a short video clip that captured the two musicians.
Born Mishasha-Iboro Jacob Essien popularly known as Mishasha is a Ghanaian singer/songwriter with her honey voice that soothes her powerful lyrics that heals the heart. The development of her unique style is the result of a lifetime of musical influence growing up in the sonic Ghanaian music landscape.
Zanli Details Gimmicks Of Sly Politicians On New Song “Toli” [LISTEN]
On his quest to register his discomfort about the attitude of politicians, the Ghanaian alte singer and producer, David Kofi Aduteye also Zanli brings light to the gimmicks of cunning politicians with his new single titled “Toli” produced by Beatz Dakay. Listen here; https://ffm.to/tolibyzanli
With witty lyrics on an afropop instrumentation, the singer seeks liberation with his sound, the newly “The Justice Experience” signed artist embarks on his activism duty to educate the masses about the gimmicks of cunning politicians and joins the fight to preserve our vegetation and educates the public on the benefits of placing importance to the agricultural sector.
Listen to “Toli” by Zanli on Audiomack; https://audiomack.com/zanli/song/toli
“Toli” an awakening project by Zanli aims at enlightening the masses in Ghana about how unconcerned the politicians are towards developing the country to further improve the standard of living. With production credits to Ghanaian beat-smith, Beatz Dakay, Zanli makes a statement with “Toli”
Stormzy Signs A New Deal With Def Jam
Stormzy has signed a deal with newly formed record label 0207 Def Jam. The label was launched recently by co-presidents Alex Boateng and Alec Boateng, Ghanaian-British twins who are music industry stalwarts. The grime artiste’s previous studio album was released through #Merky and Atlantic Records UK. Stormzy is the first signing to be announced by 0207 Def Jam.
The news was confirmed earlier today, with Universal Music describing Stormzy as a “once in a generation artist” on Twitter. “Welcome to the 0207 & Universal Music family,” it wrote.
Alec Boating had previously played a vital role in signing Stormzy and his label, #Merky, to Atlantic Records, and played a large role in the campaign for Heavy is the Head, Stormzy’s 2019 album.
Prior to forming 0207 Def Jam, Alec Boating worked for a decade at Universal Music UK, heading up Island Record’s Urban Division. He was involved in campaigns for artists including Drake, The Weeknd and Nicki Minaj.
Alec Boating had worked for seven years at Warner Music, and is also a distinguished radio host, presenting BBC 1Xtra’s breakfast show for years, in addition to other specialist shows championing new British music.
Universal Music UK chairman and CEO David Joseph said in a statement: “Bringing the Boateng brothers together at 0207 Def Jam is an important moment in British culture.
“Alec and Alex have always done things their own way with success always quick to follow. They have already assembled an exceptionally talented top team with a clear vision for this exciting new chapter in the history of one of the world’s most famous labels.”
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