Ghanaian singer Worlasi has announced the fifth edition of the annual musical and arts event dubbed ‘Worlafest 2020’. Worlafest will be taking place on 7th November 2020 at Alliance Francaise in Accra.
The event will start at 2 pm and end at 11 pm. Tickets for the event can be gotten for 100 cedis at the gate of alliance Francaise on the event date.
‘Worlafest’ is an annual all day music and arts event held in Accra-Ghana. The name itself “Worla” means “the creator”. The festival is also an extension of the artistic facets of Ghanaian musician Worlasi, who doubles as a painter & animator.
The rapper is an alternative musician who communicates life from a peculiar perspective cleverly fusing English, ewe, and pidgin to create a rich tapestry worth placing on a perpetual encore.
“I’m Cool With You”, Stonebwoy Reacts To Shatta Wale’s Claims Of Missed Calls
Stonebwoy has, in a recent tweet, reacted to comments made by Shatta Wale – who claimed the CEO of Burniton Music Group has stopped responding to his calls after the Asaase Sound Clash lyrical competition. In an interview with Kumawood actor Kwaku Manu’, the multiple award winner disclosed his relationship with Stonebwoy has not been the same since then.
“After the clash when I call him, he doesn’t pick and I have noticed that in life there are people who like to beef and I like such people a lot”, he said. Stonebwoy knows my contact numbers and he knows the particular number I call him with yet he still doesn’t answer when I call him,” he added
But in a tweet, Stonebwoy stated that, though he is cool with Shatta Wale, it will be a false impression to suggest their friendship has mature to a more “brotherly” level
“I dey hear hear some phone call issues. @shattawalegh you know I’m cool with you..we cant assume that we are like “bread and butter” already. Small small okay bro, the last time I checked you haven’t even replied your WhatsApp Yet”, he said.
On Saturday, September 12, 2020, fans were able to enjoy a “Verzuz-like” battle between reggae and dance-hall greats Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale, who decided to switch things up by trading songs from within the same room. Together, the Ghanaian giants were able to perform their biggest classics in front of hundreds of indoor fans and about thousands social media users, all with their cultural flag behind mid-performance.
The morning after the much anticipated dancehall clash, social media users took to twitter to declare Stonebwoy the winner of the clash. Stonebwoy dominated social media trends after the night, with comments from social media users, stakeholders eulogizing him for putting out an outstanding performance. Shatta wale was mocked for leaving the stage just before the freestyle battle session which they claim was a clear indication of throwing in the towel.
Temi Otedola And Mr. Eazi Set To Launch A New Podcast Series – ‘HOW FAR’
Fresh off her super successful acting debut, actor and fashion blogger, Temi Otedola and Nigerian singer Mr. Eazi, will, on Friday November 20, launch their much anticipated podcast dubbed “How Far.” With less details made available for the public’s consumption but generally speaking, the series will usually feature the daughter of Nigerian billionairre – Femi Otedola and the CEO of emPawa Africa as recurring hosts who will engaged in a discussion about a particular topic or current event.
“We started a podcast!!! Me and the Don @mreazi new podcast – HOW FAR – launches this week. You’ll be able to listen to our weekly conversations via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Youtube and anywhere you listen to podcasts. It’s about to be a madness….” Temi Otedola announced via an Instagram post
In a simaultenous Instagram post, Mr Eazi wrote, “Fresh off her super successful Acting debut T & I decided to start a podcast #HowfarPodcast Launching this Friday & it’s about to be so much fun!!! What do you wanna hear us talk about hehe.”
Femi Otedola marked her debut in the Nigerian movie industry with Afolayan’s released movie, Citation.Citation is an academic related film that explores the subject of decadence in the educational sector, the prevalence sex for grade in African Universities. The movie revolves around a female postgraduate student who has to find a way of dealing with the awkward situation of sexual harassment from her lecturer. Temi plays the lead character Moremi.
According to the cast and crew, Citation rose to the sixth-most popular film on Netflix shortly after its release, and was most-watched on Netflix in Nigeria. “Citation” is now streaming on Netflix.
Kaakie Welcomes Her First Child [SEE PHOTOS]
Ghanaian female Dancehall/Afrobeats Singjay, Kaakie, has welcomed her first child – baby girl after successfully tying the knot in January. “She’s so cute. I couldn’t believe my bundle of joy is finally here. I feel happy as a mother. I can’t stop looking at her every moment. The feeling I have right now can’t be described,” she told her publicist, Elorm Beenie
Grace Kaki Awo Ocansey got married in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony to Kwesi “Spider” on January 2, 2020. The ceremony which took place in Manet Ville, in Accra came off after photos of the dancehall artist and nurse’s bridal shower hit the internet. The ceremony was attended by close family and friends.
Kaakie has been off the music seen for some years now, having travelled to the UK to pursue higher education in nursing at the Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.
“Lil Wayne Was Paid To Endorse Trump”, 50 Cent Alledges [WATCH]
American Rapper 50 Cent has, in a recent interview on “the most dangerous morning show” – Breakfast Club on Power FM, alledged that, Lil Wayne received a payment for his widely trashed Trump-Republican Party endorsement.
37 minutes into the interview, 50 recalled being offered a large amount of money to attend Trump’s inauguration. According to him, the Trump team was reaching out to him—as they did with other artists ahead of the 2020 election—as part of an effort he says was aimed at attracting voters. 50 explained he was initially offered $500,000 to go to the inauguration, though that offer was later bumped up to $1 million.
“He was needing it for the same reasons you see now,” 50 said. “He participated with different artists for the Black vote. And I’m going, nah, I ain’t gonna put myself in that position. ‘Cause I don’t know what I’d have to do to recover from that.”
Asked by Charlamagne if Lil Wayne received a payment for his widely trashed Trump endorsement, 50 said he was “sure” he did. “Yeah, I’m sure. … Easily, he got paid,” 50 said.
Watch full interview here;
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