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Skales Shares A Documentary To Announce New EP

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LAGOS STATE – June 19, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ – While gearing towards the release of his new EP “Healing Process”, Nigerian artiste, Skales has shared a mini-documentary reflecting the creation process of the studio compilation. The project is a true personal journey that serves as a window into what the seven-track EP Healing Process is all about. This mini-documentary is produced by director Tsunky.

Healing Process is an oral journey through years of pain, celebrity-induced anxiety, overwhelming awareness and the search for peace. In the video the artist presents his failures and highlights the importance of never giving up. The EP Healing Process will be available on June 19th on all platforms.

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Icy Lando Drops A Collaborative Project Sean Kingston

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Kenyan rapper, Icy Lando, a former member of the popular Kenyan Boys Choir, has teamed up with Multi-Platinum selling artiste Sean Kingston on his new pulsing club hit “Options”. Filled with ferocious melodies and pounding drum patterns, “Options” is an artful display of Icy’s passion for music. Produced by UK-based producer Blanq Beatz, Icy collaborates with one of his musical icons to create a track overflowing with summer soaked rhythms.

Discovering a passion for music through his sister, Icy joined his high school choir and band – later competing in music festivals annually. Eventually joining the Kenyan Boys Choir, the artiste found the time to nourish his musical talent and create a sound that is truly unique.

“In 2007 when Sean Kingston released ‘Beautiful Girls’, I had just joined our high school band and we did a rendition of the song”, Icy recounts. “I loved the vibe of the track and it inspired me to be an artist. Thirteen years later and I have the privilege to release a single with my idol. Sean Kingston’s music has influenced me throughout my journey and I am so excited for everyone to listen to this single”

Icy Lando got the chance to work with Sean Kingston via his manager Go2kelo who has been working with Icy Lando on previous singles.

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The Livingstone Foundation’s “BHIM SKILLS” Training Workshop Open For Application

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The Livingstone Foundation – a non-governmental & non-profitable and charity organization founded by multiple award-winning reggae/ragga & dance-hall artiste, Stonebwoy, is calling on all individuals who have been affected by the global pandemic, Novel Coronavirus and those who want to learn skills to equip themselves to become an entrepreneur to apply for its free skills training workshop for individuals.

The seminar, aptly captioned “BHIM SKILLS”, will cover the area of small scale farming activities, entrepreneurial development training, food & agro food processing, fashion accessories production, production of household cleaning products, natural cosmetics production and fashion designing. The training will also create an overall knowledgeable entrepreneur who can work independently without constant help and supervision from others.

To book a slot call: 020 803 0734

In addition to learning how to complete new tasks and take on more responsibilities, the professional employed trainers or coaches will also guide employees or entrepreneurs to learn advanced techniques to help them complete everyday tasks more efficiently. The “BHIM SKILLS” training program will also allow the less endowed strengthen those skills they are vulnerable to and also increase the self employment rate.

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Kranium Hosts Tiwa Savage For “Gal Policy” RMX

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Tiwa Savage links with Jamaican dancehall heavyweight Kranium for “Gal Policy (Remix).” Kranium originally released back in March. Savage adds more infectious energy to the bubbly track with a boisterous verse. She shows versatility with rap-sung lines. “It’s a blessing to jump on this remix with one of my favs,” Savage wrote on Twitter upon the song’s release.

Savage recently linked with Ghanaian singer Efya on the track “The One.” She recently graced the cover of Billboard’s Africa Now issue along with fellow Naija music stars Davido and Mr Eazi.

Dancehall mainstay Kranium continues to collaborate with afrobeats artist, he released the standout track “Can’t Believe” featuring Wizkid and Ty Dolla $ign back in 2017. OkayAfrica spoke with the artist back in 2018 about how dancehall and Caribbean music have “everlasting power.”

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Host Of Adom TV’s Badwam Has Resigned

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After a decade with Multimedia Group Limited, the host of Adom TV’s Badwam has resigned. Nana Yaa Brefo, took to her Instagram page to announce her resignation from the media group.

“I bow out of Multimedia to follow other dreams,” she posted.

It is unclear what might have necessitated Nana Yaa’s resignation but many are speculating that she was forced to resign following an interview with Nana Ama McBrown about the demise of the late Bishop Bernard Nyarko, an actor.

Many social media users described the interview as unprofessional; that her line of questioning and behaviour was puerile. In the aforementioned interview, Nana Yaa Brefo asked McBrown questions bothering on whether she had the late actor’s phone number and whether she will attend his funeral.

Nana Yaa Brefo in her post thanked Multimedia Group Limited, her colleagues and fans for the for years of experience.

“I want to say a very big thank you to MultiMedia and my colleagues. Also want to thank my fans for the support, really appreciate also thank those who did not like me, you made me grow during my 10 years stay at Multimedia, (Adom TV),” her post read.

Radio and TV interviews in Ghana are simply fourth rate; they offer very little education, and little to no teaching points; an all-pervasive mediocrity.

It remains to be seen if social media will be the watchdog that watches the watchman or the pillories on Nana Brefo are just a flash in the pan.

Interestingly no one has so far brought up any great interviews the presenter did in 10-years – not even Multimedia, which may be unfair to her.

Over the past few weeks, many so-called celebrity presenters across the mainstream TV and radio stations have either resigned or been sacked, apparently due to the further decline in media revenues caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.

She has since deleted the post after coming under attack.

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