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Watch Strongman’s PILOLO Official Music Video Featuring KelvynBoy.

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ACCRA, GHANA, March 13th, 2020/www.gbafrica.net/ Ghanaian rapper Strongman has once again joined forces with KelvynBoy for yet another banger dubbed Pilolo; Production by Nixie.

After gracing the music industry with an awesome song Crazy for you, the two showed came together on this beautiful AfroBeats song which is a confession of love after a painful breakup where Strongman with his wittiness great lyricism narrates the story.

KelvynBoy revealed his vocal prowess again on Pilolo with a romantic tone singing his heart into the hearts of all overs.

Shot by award winning video director Prince Dovlo, the video sees Strongman and KelvynBoy singing their heart with a cameo by African mermaid Sister Derby.

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Patoranking Performs An Acoustic Of “So Nice”.

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Patoranking releases acoustic live version to his 2019 single “So Nice“, for his fans to enjoy.

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GB Africa Daily News Episode.1

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We present to you daily news on our website www.gbafrica.net featuring entertainment, Tech, Business, and Social news from all over Africa.

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Trace Jama To Pay Royalties To The Local Musicians

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Trace Jama To Pay Musicians Royalties But…

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The head of corporate affairs for Dstv Ghana, Mr. Nii Amah Dagadu in an interview with GB TV posited that musicians should do well to get a pension plan – copyright – and to also take advantage of the FREE Trace Jama platform which will also pay royalties.

Our interview with him shed light on Trace Jama, the new add-on to the Dstv platform and how to submit videos. The platform will project Ghanaian music and also share our culture and traditions in varied ways.

Trace TV though based in France will pay royalties and Ghanaian musicians should take advantage of the platform. He noted while he stressed that the platform is free and that no one should pay any agent or who-so-ever to get access.

The Trace Jama platform to which submission of video content is just a three-step procedure will not only project your music to the world but will put money in your pocket if the right things are done.

Kwesi Omega Interview’s Nii Armah Dagadu, Head of Corporate Affairs at DSTV.
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