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Gospel Singer, Lizzy Ntiamoah, Drops New Promo Images Ahead Of “Nyame Ye” Release

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Lizzy Ntiamoah isn’t a new face on the Gospel scene but her long hiatus after releasing 3 albums was for a good cause. Spanning for about 2 decades, Lizzy Ntiamoah has been a lead singer in her church, Victory Bible Church International in Awoshie. Her service and song ministration in the church has gone a long way to help her home her craft in music as one of the finest gospel voices for the country.

Born as “Elizabeth Okrah” on October 26th, the ever-young singer is joyfully married with 2 children. She’s a graduate of Regent University of Science & Technology who pursued Banking & Finance after completing Trans Africa College. The young gospel musician writes her own song and is very determined and committed to promoting God’s work with the power of her voice.

The angelic songbird who has just rebranded for the new year is fired up to release a new song and video. Her much anticipated new single titled “Nyame Ye” is due for release anytime soon.

Lizzy Ntiamoah has released the following albums (3):
First Album: “Gyae Su” — 2002
Second Album: ”Osorobete” — 2006
Third Album: ”My Jesus” — 2011

Kindly follow her on her social media pages here below and get the new song when it drops:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/LizzyNtiamoahMusic
Instagram: www.instagram.com/LizzyNtiamoah
Twitter: www.twitter.com/LizzyNtiamoah
YouTube: www.youtube.com/LizzyNtiamoahMusic

For Bookings & Management engagements, kindly reach out via booklizzyntiamoah@gmail.com or Call/WhatsApp +233208092218

(Story: Elorm Beenie)

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“Beyond The Return” Will Be Bigger Than The “Year Of Return” — Kofi Daeshaun

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Year 2019 will go down in history as one of the most vibrant years in the books of GHANA per the “Year Of Return” initiative by Government. Kofi Daeshaun, US-based Ghanaian Afrobeats Singer who has monitored last year’s event is very optimistic that “Beyond The Return” initiative will rather be a mega one after the “Year Of Return”.

“The year of return is the greatest pan African idea. I have at least 5 African American co-workers who visited Ghana last year. They intend to keep coming. Beyond The Return should be an annual affair. Believe me, the numbers will increase exponentially if promoted by the GTA. Hotels and especially Airbnb guys in Ghana have to have ideas on how to guide the visitors to the right places whilst in Ghana for maximum impact. They also have to advertise correctly and not be tempted to over embellish”, says Kofi Daeshaun.

“Year Of Return” saw a huge influx of Ghanaians living abroad and other nationals from the diaspora — from Caribbean to Black American, American and other African indigenes — thronging GHANA to witness various activities laced with it. The idea of the “Year Of Return” was born out of the 400 year milestone of African Slavery.

Links for the new Album can be found below:
https://www.kppromotionsgh.com/2020/01/kofi-daeshaun-afrobeats-2-full-album.html
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/ca/album/afrobeats-2/1487429548
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5fdpu3YLGJuyQ3UiGwKMRI?si=v7jYDcqZRPy5OTuzUZD5zQ
Aftown: https://aftown.com/listing/4047/afrobeats-2—kofi-daeshaun-%28digital-album%29

Follow Kofi Deashaun on social media:
Snapchat: @kofidaeshaun
Twitter: @kofidaeshaun
Instagram: @kofidaeshaun
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/universekofidaeshaun/ TikTok: @kofidaeshaun

About Kofi Daeshaun:

Kofi Daeshaun was born in Ghana and currently lives in Woodbridge, Virginia after having lived for over a decade in Brooklyn, New York. Kofi Daeshaun started writing songs at age 13 and has eight studio albums and an EP to his credit.

As a war veteran of the US Army, Kofi Daeshaun addresses various topics in his music. He is also a multi-genre artist and is equally effective whether it’s pop, rap, hip-hop, Afrobeats or high-life music. Google search “Kofi Daeshaun” to get familiar with his unique talent. He also has over 40 official music videos on YouTube.

“Afrobeats 2” is Kofi Daeshaun’s latest album released on January 1, 2020. The Afrobeats 2 album has been applauded as a creative and highly melodic offering with all 12 songs radio ready. The Prince of Pan-Africanism, Dr Umar Ifantunde Johnson, calls the album “good music”.

To book Kofi Daeshaun for events, send an email to joekofi123@gmail.com or call (970) 412-5140.

(Source: Elorm Beenie)

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Kwasi Tay Drops New Song “GHANA” To Celebrate Independence

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As GHANA prepares to commemorate its 63rd Independence come March 6, 2020, this is a good time to celebrate and revive the national interest through music and arts.

CEO of Kwatay Entertainment finds no better way than to title his next song “GHANA”. He featured one of the rising but resounding music talents from Nungua called Dancehall Mantse on this one.

Kwasi Tay, popularly known as “Kwatay” who resides in Seattle, USA, is a very patriotic Ghanaian who seeks and supports the welfare and growth of his fellow countrymen, women and children.

Buy/Stream here: https://music.apple.com/us/album/ghana-feat-dancehall-mantse-single/1482456853
Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/track/36KV9Yw1outkET8D5bzU7Q?si=fDl7B8MhR2iwnaKgdK-fCg
Listen on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/kwatay/ghana-kwasi-tay-ft-dancehall-mantse/s-vuaok

Explaining the concept of the song, he says, “Our country is a blessed one and a very peaceful one that needs to be celebrated everyday, not just on Independence Day. We have a lot to be thankful for after the fight and toil of our forefathers who have created this sane environment for us. Though I celebrate GHANA everyday, I decided to highlight it more with our independence with this new song with the same title as the name of my beloved country, Ghana. Where I live far or not, Ghana is always in my heart and I feel the love from other fellow Ghanaians here abroad everywhere I go,” Kwasi Tay intimated.

Song video featured cameos of some key Ghanaian artistes like Samini and Jupitar. Award-winning Producer, Brainy Beatz was also spotted in the video. The video was shot on location in Accra, Ghana, with key highlights of the Black Star Square and it’s lovely coastline.

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Bryan The Mensah Debut Album Peaks 4 On Apple Music Charts

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GREATER ACCRA, GHANA, Sunday February 23, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – BRYAN THE MENSAH’s highly anticipated EP “I Don’t Feel Like Going Outside” came out on February 21 hitting the 4th slots on iTunes Ghana new releases.

The 4-tracked EP has had some good conversations even before it’s release. With titles “Forbes List”, “Deposits”, “Dimirika” and Build My Home” comes across as a Hiphop/Urban Afropop album. The rapper of the moment uses very simple and relatable lyrics that connects with the ordinary listener and all songs are a fine production that fits multiple plays with clean lyrics that can go for airplay.

The opening song “Forbes List” starred Kiddfresh while “Deposits”, tipped to be a leading major hit single featured the popular 2019 hitmaker Tulenkey. The other 2 singles “Dimirika” and “Build My Home” we’re done alone by BRYAN THE MENSAH.

Buy/Stream here: Bryan.fanlink.to/IDFLGO

Explaining the concept of the EP and title on YFM 107.9 last week, BRYAN says “I Don’t Feel Like Going Outside is more like an excuse I used to give just to make time and work on my EP. But the songs on the EP are the result of the works that ‘want to go out’. So that explains it all.”

BRYAN THE MENSAH hints of a probable video for all songs listed for “I Don’t Fee Like Going Outside” EP. Weeks ago he dropped a new video “Don’t Forget”, a prelude to the EP release which is also equally doing well on YouTube. Watch below:

Follow him on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter: @BryanTheMensah

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KIZZ DANIEL/ The Young Nigerian Musician Creating His Own Sound

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LAGOS – NIGERIA, Sunday February 23, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – Not many musicians leave their mother-labels and go on to achieve bigger success like Kizz Daniel did. The case has always been a sad one for many Nigerian and even international artists who, sometimes out of necessity and most times, out of arrogance, attempt to be their own bosses and call the shots by themselves.

One international artist we can all easily recall his case is our dearest and most beloved Michael Jackson who, after complaining bitterly about being ripped off by Sony Music, went on to become a free agent and personally produced and marketed his Invincible album that sadly did not cut the MJ mark in the global market when compared to his previous groundbreaking sales’ records under Sony.

In Nigeria, we have many cases of those who left their mother-labels and spiraled into oblivion within a short time. Perhaps we may revisit this topic and then pay full attention to some of them, in order not to lose track of the points I’m trying to raise here.

There have also been many guys, 2Baba for instance, who left his mother-label, and after suffering some losses for the first couple of years, became a huge success that sent his older label packing from the list of entertainment shot-callers in Nigeria. Wizkid equally had same history, however, the slight difference between his story and the legendary 2Baba rests on the fact that even when he left EME, he never struggled to retain his spot in the industry, rather he skyrocketed beyond words, and if I’m not exaggerating, beyond the musical visions of EME. Such is the case of Kizz Daniel who left G-Worldwide at the time no one expected and gave us reasons to justify his move.

Kizz Daniel has a sound, a good sound that his stay under G-Worldwide would have dampened. It is true that his former label gave him the needed platform to project his sound, but the more amplified Kizz Daniel sound became manifest the moment he became responsible for himself, the moment a label wouldn’t have to be the ones to choose what to promote or overlook, the moment he had to write and sing from his heart without holding back.

Kizz could easily be categorized as an Afro Beat or Afro pop act, but he continues to chart the direction of his own sound that nobody else could lay any claim of semblance. From his very first single “Yeba” under the FlyBoy imprint, Kizz has creatively evolved a private sound that is solely his.

In this era of plagiarism and hackneyed repetition of sound patterns by many Afro whatever artists today, it is heartwarming to note that Kizz isn’t perturbed by any trend, he isn’t interested in sounding like any other person that his very self. From not ever dropping a bad song to maintaining his unique lane, Kizz has given us so many good sounds that we can only designate as The Kizz Daniel Sound.

N/B: Mother-label is the author’s coinage for any label from where an artist broke out.

(Written By: Ifesinachi Nwadike)

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