I have dead goat syndrome — Princess Shyngle on trolling
Curvaceous Ghana-based Gambian actress, Princess Shyngle, always makes news because of her body but last two weeks, she was at the receiving end of some serious trolling after pictures of her on a movie set surfaced.
Nana Yaa: I will win female vocalist award in God’s time
There can be no denying that Nana Yaa is one of the best female vocalists in the music industry and that is why for some people, it is surprising that she has not won any awards for that strong voice she has.
Most successful people have a grass-to grace story that they use to inspire others and that holds true for Afro Pop artiste, Kurl Songx, who believes his time in the limelight cannot be considered a success if he doesn’t use his story to change lives and attitudes.
Fame is a double-edged sword as many of our celebrities are finding out; while the recognition they get opens doors for them, they also have to deal with the invasion of privacy and scrutiny from people and it is no wonder that Hiplife artiste, KiDi, says it comes with a lot of pressure.
Patapizzy is my nickname, Patapaa difficult for the whites
The leader of the Pa2pa Soldiers, Justice Amoah, popularly known in the showbiz industry as Patapaa, says he is still called Patapaa although he had early on told his fans in a live video to call him Patapizzy.
The 'One Corner' song originator in a live Facebook video on Sunday, May 27 urged his fans to call him Patapizzy, a name he said God has given him through his mentor and godfather, Funny Face.
But in a new Facebook video posted Monday, a day after the old video, the Swedru-based highlife artiste said he made the earlier video announcing his nickname Patapizzy just to make his fan base in Europe happy.
Patapaa is in Europe for a musical video shoot.
According to him, his name Patapaa is difficult for the whites to pronounce, hence his decision to use his nickname, Patapizzy, which he explained, is easier for his white fans.
He said because he is now touring Europe where he meets a lot of white people, h
By: Graphic Showbiz
Okyeame Kwame to hold AU Arts Festival
Hiplife musician, Okyeame Kwame, has never been one to shy away from challenges and everyday, he takes on new ones through his philanthropic work.
The practice where artistes leave their record labels after a couple of years with the excuse of establishing their own record labels seems to be eating through the industry and CEO of Media Excel Productions, Ernest Kwesi Ennin, has slammed it saying it does not bode well for the industry.