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Waliy AbouNamarr announces new music out tomorrow 1st July

Ghanaian music star Waliy AbouNamarr base in the USA announces the release of his new single

tomorrow 1st of July 2020.

Waliy shared the art work to the song via his social media pages with the titled tagged ONLY GIRL.

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Produced by BPM BOSS

Waliy AbouNamarr released his first EP dubbed Discovering AbouNamarr last year which got him

so much attention & has since kept feeding his die hard fans with good music.

An insider has tipped us that his new song is a fusion of Afrobeat jam with hiphop melodies.

I know you and i can’t wait for the released until then check out his EP from last year below…


Ghana just experience earthquake/tremor today 24th June,2020

Ghana has just experience what we call earth quake or earth tremor

The happened on 24th June,2020 at about 11:10pm

The earth quake repeatedly happen in seconds for three to four times.

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The last most dangerous earthquake in Ghana occurred in June 1936, around 7:30pm, lasted between 20-30 seconds.

killing 17 persons and over 135 injured. Before that, in 1862, every major stone building in the Gold Coast

was razed down by Earthquake.

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Many persons in the country took to social media to share their experience with how they felt.

See reactions below…


The Gospel Scene is Slower Now Due to The Covid-19 Pandemic – Jojo Demens

UK base Ghanaian gospel star JOJO DE MENS has thrown lights on why the Ghanaian gospel scene

in a bit slower at the moment.

The singer during a short chat said, For a while the world went on a break & so did the music scene,

Tho he believes gradually things are coming up, So is the Ghanaian music scene in general.

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Jojo Demens said with time everything will go back to normal as new uplifting authentic Ghanaian

gospel music will be release to help boost peoples spirit to help build what they lost during the lockdown,

And this coronavirus pandemic.

Jojo Demens recently released his first album tagged “You Are Holy”.  And is doing so well

receiving much plays from TV & radio.

He has a new video out for a song off the album dubbed  “Ennsuro




WOW: Tinny’s Fans Are Demanding Results From His Manager

Patriotic fans of legendary rapper and singer Tinny has taken to social media to air their dissatisfaction

in the artist’s current management.

According to a post sighted on social media by AfroWired, fans are doubting the capabilities of Tinny’s

management and emphatically stating that the rapper hasn’t been able to get any major hit record since

his last hit “Anaconda” which was released years ago.

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Some social commentators have joined this matter with their contributions and theories to back their

claim that Tinny needs to sack his management. To some of these commentators, Tinny could have gotten mega-hits if he had a more capable team.

The apex of this entire matter is the fact that some of Tinny’s fans are giving his management few weeks to make his new release “HeartBeat” (featuring West London singer and producer M-Fly) a hit or pack their luggage and leave.

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Tinny so far hasn’t commented on this issue but we believe he may have seen some of them since he is tagged in most of the posts.

We will follow and report later happenings of this matter, stay tuned!


LeFlyyy Speaks Out On #BlackLiveMatter

This is not a moment to stay silent, I would like to use my platform and status as an Afrobeat artist to

also say my peace and reach my fan base and educate them about equality of all races.

Countless young Black and Latino men and women have been the victims of police brutality and other forms of institutional racism in the American community and it’s about time we all took a stand against such injustice.

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The change we need, the change we want will definitely not happen overnight, but the peaceful protest that has escalated worldwide will definitely spark a new reform/change in racial violence of all type.

BLACK LIVES MATTER is not to say other races do not matter but in America for several years even after the abolishing of slavery 400 years ago, BLACK Americans have been continually denied privileges and rights just because of their race.

People are tired of seeing black men die over and over again and nothing gets done about it, imagine the black lives that has been lost through such brutality and were not filmed.

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We are fortunate that in this age we have smartphones with built-in cameras that can capture anything and share with the world with just a press of a button.

Enough is enough.

The current surge in riots was caused by the inhumane death of George Floyd, killed by Derek Chauvin a police officer with the Minneapolis Police department, who pressed his knee into George Floyd’s neck for nearly nine-minute.

Chauvin, J. Alexander Kueng, Thomas Lane and Tou Thao were responding to a call about a $20 counterfeit bill on May 25, 2020, when they detained Floyd, who died in custody.

Chauvin has been charged with a new count of second-degree murder which states that he Killed George Floyd but “Without intent.”