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Sarkodie launches 30-track SARKOLOGY album

Sarkodie launches 30-track SARKOLOGY album



Multiple award-winning hiplife artiste Michael Owusu Addo a.k.a Sarkodie has launched his long awaited SARKOLOGY album which was to be released in August this year.

The album was launched on Saturday, December 21 at the Accra Sports Stadium with a show dubbed ‘The Sarkology Release Concert’.

The concert which started around 10pm saw many hiplife artistes on stage dishing out spectacular performances to the audience.

Among the tall list of artistes who supported Sarkodie on the night were Stay Jay, Kwaw Kese, Efya, Fuse ODG, Joey B, Raquel, Ephraim, Donzy, Dee Money, Buda, Mr. Silver, Phoot Printz, Scizo and many others.

The BET award-winner who performed almost all his hit songs climbed the stage to make his fans feel the new ‘Sarkology’ album around 12:45. His performance was prefaced with a documentary to launch the ‘Sarkology’ album.

After performing close to 40 tracks, he finally called the Ghanaian-UK based artiste Fuse ODG to join him perform their hit song ‘Down On One’ which was the last performance from the two-times artistes of the year bringing the event to close at 2:40 Sunday morning.

Sarkodie on the night gave Ghanaians reasons to buy his Sarkology album with his energetic performance which kept the audience on their feet for close to two hours.

“Thank you Ghana. Sarkology is out” are the last words the ‘Illuminati’ hitmaker said at the event hosted by Mc Coaches.

By special request from the fans, Joey B’s hit single ‘Tonga’ was performed two times on the night after they couldn’t stand the heat of listening to it for once. The whole stadium shouted in chorus “repeat, repeat, repeat” after Joey B and Sarkodie finished performing the track for the first time.

Sarkodie’s 3rd album ‘Sarkology’ has 30 tracks and features over 20 top African artistes like Banky W, Davido, Efya, Raquel, Joey B, Efya, Tiwa, Savage, Sian, Fuse ODG, Vector, Aka, Burna Boy, Obrafour, Mugeez (R2bees), Kwaw Kese, J-Town, Viviane, Lil Shaker, Timaya, 2face and Stonebwoy.

The album has hit songs like Illuminati, You Already Know, Down On One, Elija, Once Chance, Wobaadanaa and many others.

Iwan orders YFM to stop playing his jingles

Iwan orders YFM to stop playing his jingles



Dancehall artiste Iwan has ordered YFM, an Accra-based radio station to stop playing his jingle he did for them years ago.

According to him, the radio station has paid all the artistes billed for this year’s ‘Loud in GH’ concert which comes off on Tuesday December 24 and 25 in Kumasi and Accra respectively but wants him to perform free on the show.

He further cautioned those using his image to promote the event to stop the act.

In his recent Facebook post, he wrote (unedited):

“I want My Fans to know that am Not performing on 25th Loud in Gh at Accra Sports Stadium. So those Sharing and tweeting Promo. With my Name attach should stop Decieving my fans. These same thing happened some years back and it brought a lot of disturbances in the Reggae Dancehall Industry. Yfm, or whoever the Organisers are, check this A.S.A.P .. Don’t play funny games with IWAN again. .. .. Don’t love the fruit and Hate the Tree..”

He added, “Now, I want my fans to know the Reason why am not on the Show. Organisers wants me to perform for Free, whiles they have paid everyone on Bill. I spend time with my family on 25th. I want my fans to know, better Days would come again.. If Today, Yfm do not value, IWAN, then give thanx.. But they still play my soundtrack i did for them 5years ago for their drive Time. I want Yfm to sieze playing that Jingle/Soundtrack .. If they know what is intellectual Property.”


Source: out and about uptown charlotte

I’m sorry, Shatta Wale tells Charter House. More..

I’m sorry, Shatta Wale tells Charter House. More..



Biggest dancehall artiste in Ghana currently, Shatta Wale has expressed an unqualified apology to Charter House during his performance at the Ghana Rocks Concert held at the Accra International Conference Centre.

The Concert organized by Charter House headlined Shatta Wale who had previously abused the event organizers verbally and subsequently released a song, Letter to Charter House, to express his displeasure towards his loss of the Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year award to Kaakie at this year’s Ghana Music Awards.

He was the final act for the concert where he stopped his performance after singing the chorus of the abusive song to Charter House. Amid cheers from the audience, Shatta Wale called on George Quaye, an event director with the company, to join him on stage where he apologized for abusing them.

Mr. George Quaye, popularly known as Aboagye, accepted the apology and said it was a matured gesture Shatta Wale had expressed. The audience roared with excitement as they pat each other at the back for the show to continue.

The Concert, which is an annual one, brings together international performers to brush off with their Ghanaian counterparts. From the UK this year were Charsay, Silva, Skobs and Gizmo who performed along Ghana’s Sarkodie, R2bees, EL, M.anifest, Joey B and Shatta Wale among others.

Also featured on the show was award-winning UK based DJ, Tim Westwood who got the audience off their seats with Ghana’s DJ Black.


Source : GhanaWeb.Com


R.I.P Dr. Paa Bobo… Happened today at the Korle bu hospital some few hours ago

Dr. Paa Bobo is dead


55244824.295 is reporting that Ghana’s classic highlife musician Dr. Paa Bobo has died after battling with sickness at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital for some weeks now.

A close pal to the musician told that, the highlife guru died at about 2 O’clock pm today Saturday December 28 2013 afternoon at Korle-Bu and his body is yet to be deposited at the morgue.

“Yes I can confirm to you that Dr. Paa Bobo is dead. He died just this afternoon. His wife confirmed that to me now. I am going to see her and will let the general public know the details of his death”, he said.

Dr. Paa Bobo’s real name is Kwaku Agyapong Danemah. He was born on the 11th 1951 in the Eastern part of Ghana (Akyim Maase).

In 1968, Kwaku Agyapong Danemah started his music career by learning how to play rudiments of guitar from Smart Nkansah (Ghana’s ace guitarist) and later formed his band in Nigeria – Aba (former Imo State).

Standing as the only African music legend who recorded 2 hit albums in 2hours with Decca Nigeria, Dr. Paa Bobo has 40 albums to his credential and 35 great hits songs.

The multi award winning superstar and African’s legend has worked with great names like Okukuseku International Band, All Brothers Band, the Kusum Agoromma (Drama studio now known as National Theatre), Smart Nkansah. And has toured and musically explored countries like Nigeria, Ivory Coast, United Kingdom, Italy and Holland.

May his soul rest in perfect peace.