It was a night full of suprises, music and party when Sultan incorporation signed act, Nanky amassed some members of the media, gatekeepers, including Sadiq Abu – NDC spokesperson on creative arts, Mark Okraku Mantey – president of the Creative Arts Council, Andy Dosty, musicians such as Rapper Sarkodie, music group R2Bees, Criss Waddle and others at his exclusive EP previewing session at the Bar B lounge located in community 8, Tema.
Dubbed REMEDY the EP, the professional afrobeats and afrosoul compilation, due October 02, 2020, will come laced with 6 flavoursome love oriented but danceable tunes with production credits given to the best sound Engineers of our time such as MixMaster Garzy, Killbeatz, Streetbeatz, Kaywa, and MethMix. The most anticipated EP will be coming out with visuals to each track directed by Yaw Skyface.
Speaking during at the exclusive listening session, the song writer and singer stated that, in the wake of the streaming revolution where cherry-picking and playlists have mostly replaced full album downloads, this debut project will serve as a promotional tool to grow a fan base, addingin that, the REMEDY EP will also serve as a way to get what he has out to potential fans while he writes more material.
Known in real life as Haruna Buhari, Nanky is a name that may be unfamiliar at the moment but in a few years, Nanky is banking on the fact that he’ll be a mega-star.
See exclusive photos below; credits given to ROB Photography.
Teflon Flexx’s ‘Maamiyaa’ Featuring Medikal Was Inspired By His Ex
After successfully winning as the Unsung Artiste of the year at this year’s VGMA, Teflon Flexx, the SOG is out with another hit song ‘Maamiyaa’ which he featured AMG Medikal after his thanksgiving song ‘Oluwa’
The song ‘Maamiyaa’ which is a Dagbani phrase and in English, it is a sentence-filler translated as ‘You know what I mean’ or ‘You know’. The song was written and produced as a result of the singer’s painful heartbreak received from his first girlfriend when he came to the South from the North.
According to him, this painful heartbreak resulted in him becoming a prodigal, in an interview on Starr FM with CookieTee, he recalled that “This girl left me and out of pain I found myself misspending on stuff. After a break up I went drinking and chilling with girls and that where I got the inspiration. I was inspired to write this piece. I vented my pain into this piece, though is a party hip-pop genre and is an inspiration I got out of the pain from her”
‘Maamiyaa’ after it’s released on Friday is receiving lots of airplay, the song is out with both its visuals and audio. It is available on all streaming sites.
Apple Music’s Oldman Ebro co-signs Ghanaian Artiste, Mike Akox
Kojo Ebro ‘aka’ Oldman Ebro is not a cheap name when it comes to the music streaming market in recent times. For him to endorse Mike Akox on his show is a very BIG Spotlight!
Mike Akox, Australia based Ghanaian Afrobeats Singer who dropped a latest single “Florence” got featured on Dj Ebro’s playlist on Thursday, October 22nd. Not only did he feature the song but also tweeted this (below) about the new record.
With 15 years plus in Australia, Mike Akox isn’t just a lover of music but born into a family of music aficionados. He has been on the music journey consistently (from abroad) since 2010.
Mike Akox was officially introduced to the Ghanaian & West-African music market with the now world-renowned “Spectacular” which was released earlier this year.
“Florence” is the follow up single from his debut EP titled “Patience” which is starting to generate quite a buzz. Patience EP is set to be released in November 2020 to high anticipation.
Stream Here: http://platoon.lnk.to/florence
Listen on Boomplay Music: https://www.boomplaymusic.com/share/music/44683143?srModel=COPYLINK&srList=IOS
Kindly follow him on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter @MikeAkox.
(Source: Elorm Beenie)
GHANA/ Pzeefire Joins #EndSarsProtest, Dedicates “Suffer Suffer” To Nigerians
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.”
“My EP Is To Present A Globalized Version Of African Culture” – Rocky Dawuni Reveals As He Shares Album Cover
GRAMMY nominated Afro Roots Songwriter/Singer, Producer and activist, Rocky Dawuni, is releasing a brand-new EP on October 30, 2020 entitled “Voice of Bunbon Vol. 1” The EP is available TODAY for Pre-Save & Pre-Order at: https://tinyurl.com/yy7xo2nf
The new EP comes on the heels of his most recent full-length album “Beats of Zion” (2019) which received tremendous acclaim around the globe and featured five incredible music videos filmed in Ghana, India, the US and beyond. Rocky’s move back to his home country of Ghana is evident in this latest offering which explores contemporary aspects of local music in a creative quest to extend its global appeal.
According to Rocky, “these new songs were born out of my desire to present and project music that is rooted in the deep cultural traditions of Ghana yet presented in way that it can relate to the modern world. Bunbon is my home town in Northern Ghana. My musical career has always been firmly inspired by my upbringing in the royal family of Bunbon and being educated in the indigenous ways. This exposure to cultural appreciation has served as an important part of my world view and music. My vision for this EP is to present a globalized version of African culture. It also represents my maturity over the years as a voice for social consciousness. In a time of uncertainty, we need songs and hymns that can touch our emotional nerve and remind us that love and hope are an indestructible aspect of the human experience that no amount of fear can take away.”
Rocky’s latest offering explores the diversity of his “Afro Roots” sound fusing modern and traditional musical trends in Ghana and across the continent. “Voice of Bunbon” is a diverse sonic experience with songs ranging from acoustic to beat driven anthems to cultural explorations utilizing aspects of Afrobeats, Highlife, Reggae, Soul and Pop and beond. The inspirational words to the songs focus on love, resilience, faith, joy and hope. Running through the EP is a theme of empowerment, urging the listeners to think critically on current issues.
**To request a Press Preview / Listening Link to the EP: please reach out to Cary Sullivan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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