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Ghana’s Wiyaala will perform with all female international group GRRRL on the Main Stage at the 2018 Commonwealth Games at The Gold Coast in Australia on the 15th April. The headline performance will run from 7pm to 8.30pm and will introduce the formal closing ceremony to 21st edition of the games.

The biggest sporting event to be staged in Australia this decade, The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) will feature the largest integrated sports program in Commonwealth Games history, comprising 18 sports and seven para-sports and will welcome more than 6,600 athletes and team officials from 70 Commonwealth nations and territories to the Gold Coast and event cities Brisbane, Cairns and Townsville, to share in the celebration of sport, entertainment and culture.

The poor lyrics of current crop of musicians and their mode of dressing which has become a matter of discussion and concern to the public represent the true character of such artistes according to veteran musician Mohammed Sheriff Yamusah popularly known as Doobia Sheriff

In an exclusive interview with mynewsgh.com, the winner of Reggae Song of the Year at the 2005 Ghana Music Awards disclosed that music is a tool one uses to express what is in him/ her and if the lyrics are not of quality then it simply means what the person has in him is also poor.

Northern-Ghana Entertainment Awards 2018 has been launched in Tamale on Friday, January 19, 2018.

The awards scheme is an annual event that put spotlight on Northern Musicians, Film makers, Sports and Media personalities as well as offer a unique opportunity for them to compete in various categories of the award scheme.

The 2018 Northern Ghana Entertainment Awards is a sequel of the 2016/2017 Northern Entertainment Awards held at the Tamale Sports Stadium and Radach Hotel respectively.

Northern Region’s biggest artiste, Fancy Gadam has disclosed plans to feature Shatta Wale on a song.

According to him, the song will tell the world that their fanbase loves them and that they do not use ‘black magic’ known in the local parlance as “juju”.

“My management is in talks with his management and when things are done we will send him the song. The beat is ready and I’ve done something on it already. The title of the song is juju.”

Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Discovery of the year 2017, Mujahid Ahmed Bello, known by his stage name Fancy Gadam has revealed the secret behind his break through.

He attributes it to collaborations with very popular artistes.

The Northern Region’s biggest artiste said due to the challenges artistes from the Northern sector of Ghana encounter, his management thought it would be best to get an A-List artiste from the southern part of the country to feature him on his songs to grant him the access into the southern space.

Over 2,000 patrons last Tuesday thronged the Mariam Hotel in Tamale to participate in the Northern Edition of Gombilla the Poet’s ‘Sobolo and Chicken’ poetry show.
 
The show, which received massive endorsement after the first staging in Accra, treated the audience to an exciting blend of poetry, music, and comedy.
 
Among the creative artistes who featured at the event were Six Strings, Chief Moomen, Rhyme Sonny, Jeffrey Nortey, Don Sigli and Onenira.

Grammy-nominated Ghanaian musician, Rocky Dawuni spent World Environment Day enjoying and appreciating nature with Canada's Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau.

The star, was among other noted international artists who were invited to observe the day, such as the UN Goodwill Ambassadors, actor Adrian Grenier (Entourage), musician /surfer/ activist Jack Johnson and UNEP Director Erik Solheim.

Sherifa Princess Gunu and her management team Gunu Musical Entertainment are very angry with organizers of the just ended Hope City Concert, Charterhouse and Empire Entertainment for what it termed as sabotage.

Speaking to Flex newspaper about the ups and downs of the concert, the management disclosed that on the day of the event there was no security for local artistes. “Our artiste was sabotaged by one of the event co-coordinators,” remarked Sherifa’s management led by Mr. Ike Ikechuku and Mr. Wisdom Crah.

She has a great voice and her performance on stage is comparable to any of the big names on the continent. Sherifa Osman Gunu is an artiste who can’t be ignored.

The energy with which Sherifa performs on stage puts her in a league of her own. The fact that her songs are indigenous also makes her style worthy of praise especially beyond the borders of Ghana.

Credible information available to peacefmonline.com indicates that soul singer and Globacom (Glo) Ambassador Sherifa Gunu has successfully given birth to a bouncy baby girl.

The singer welcomed her first ever baby on Thursday May 12, 2011 in Accra. This information therefore comes as a vindication to Peacefmonline.com earlier report that Sherifa was pregnant.

One of Ghana’s most vibrant and versatile female musicians, Sherifa Gunu, is set to record the final song on her yet to be released album with R&B super star, Craig David come December.

Sherifa confirmed this in an interview with Myjoyonline.com Wednesday, saying that “Craig David is my fan and I heard he has been listening to my songs and also watches my videos. I have almost finished my album and we hope to finish recording the song by December to complete the album.”

A 24-year old student of Bolgatanga Polytechnic, Ms Bernice Lariba Kumassey has been crowned winner of the Upper East (UE) @50 Beauty Pageant at the Bolgatanga Catering Rest House.

Bernice, who emerged 1st runner-up at the Municipal level contest, beat 16 others to the crown. The Beauty Pageant formed part of activities marking the UE @ 50 celebrations.

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