I CAN’T DATE A BROKE MAN – Singer Fantana Reveals

Ruff Town Records signee, Fantana says she cannot date a broke guy explaining further that she’s only up for men who are higher than her social status.

The songstress made this known when she spoke in an interview with Zionfelix. Fantana mentioned that before a man should approach her, the man needs to have cars like Bentley, G Wagon, Rose Royce, Bugatti, Ferrari, Lamborghini and others.

She disclosed that the man in question is also expected to be a devoted Christian. Recently she revealed that men do not ditch her in relationships but she does. According to her, she studies relationships and therefore quit anytime she sees that it’s going nowhere.

I am a tough lady and no man can ever break my heart; I have never suffered a broken heart and I am not sure I will ever suffer any.

“So far I have been with three guys and I do not wait for the relationship to get to that level before I leave. Once I see that it will not go anywhere, I just leave.”

Although she has cried over a guy before, the singer mentioned that “I have cried over a guy before but it was not because my heart was broken, I had just realised that I wasted my time for the one year I was with him and it surprised me that I was with him for that long. Indeed that has been the longest relationship I have ever had”


Award-winning Ghanaian Fashion Designer Ophelia Crossland has been nominated to represent Ghana at the 2019 Qipao Invitational Exhibition at the National Silk Museum, Hangzhou City, China.

The Global Qipao Invitational Exhibition begins on September 22 and will last for a month. It’s aim is to provide cross-boundary interactions between culture and tourism, tradition, fashion, art and life. The theme for design for this year’s event is: “Weddings.”

Ophelia Crossland was selected alongside nine other designers from the UK, France, Russia, Japan, South Korea and Japan after a rigorous submission process in June this year.

The selection makes her the first Ghanaian designer to showcase at the event which attracts scores of tourists and culture enthusiasts from around the world.

“It gives me great joy and excitement to tell Ghana’s cultural story on such a platform. I believe this is a matter of pride and honor for myself and the nation as a whole,” she said in reaction to the news.

Ophelia Crossland used the iconic Ghanaian Kente alongside very advanced techniques in fashion design to create the Qipao.

“For me Kente represents the country’s best and so when we were asked to take up the Qipao challenge, I had no option than to use the intricately woven Kente and it kept really well,” she added.

The Qipao/Cheongsam is the most representative form of traditional costumes for Chinese women. Its stand up collar and tight-fitting nature have caught the attention of the fashion world for decades and is a trend still popular among Chinese women.

As an accomplished fashion designer, who has been in the industry for over 16 years, Ophelia Crossland is not new to global events such as this.

In 2017, she was selected by international Jewelry brand, Swarovski as its West African brand ambassador and was selected to showcase at the Global Exposé in Dubai.

The Global Qipao Invitational Exhibition is hosted by the China National Silk Museum, located close to the famous West Lake in Hangzhou, China.

The Gallery is currently the only institution with a permanent fashion gallery in the world housing a collection of over 40,000 pieces of Western and Chinese textile productions spanning over 4000 years of human creativity.


Charismatic Ghanaian millionaire HRH Oscar Yao Doe has taken his interest in the growth show business in his country Ghana and second home Nigeria and Africa as a whole, to whole new level.

From supporting the fashion industry by organising the Eurostar Red Carpet awards to honour deserving style gods in the country, to the latest announcement of his decision to support music collaboration among three Ghanaian acts and three Nigerian acts.

He mentioned in his post on social media, the six acts in total are Sarkodie, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy from Ghana and Wizkid, Davido and Burna Boy from Nigerian.

These sensational musicians have achieved remarkable feats in their music career from singles, albums and shows. Burna Boy is currently with the most trending album in Africa and other parts of the world, he called the album African Giant. Davido has announced his new album A Good Time is arriving in October, Shatta Wale is also preparing to release Wonder Boy album, Sarkodie announced Black Love album to be released soon, and Wizkid is preparing to released Made In Lagos album.

This decision by the Ghanaian businessman will help boost and left Afrobeat to another level. What’s you take on this decision?

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His Royal Highness Oscar Yao Doe



Veteran Highlife musician, Abrantie Amakye Dede has called out Ghana’s Ambassador to China, H.E Edward Boateng for owing him an amount of $10,800 for an engagement he had with the diplomat in 2018.

The ace musician has recounted how the diplomat forced him to bring his tour of the USA to an abrupt end, to entertain President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and his entourage who were to travel on a state visit to China in 2018.

Recounting his frustration to Nana Ama McBrown on UTV’s United Showbiz program, the legend said, “if these are the kind of people representing our country abroad, how would the arts industry be promoted to the outside world, for Ghana to reap the benefits?”.

I was billed to perform in Chicago on a tour of the USA; the ambassador called my manager, Kwasi Aboagye to ask me to stop everything and return to Ghana to travel to China with the President; when I arrived in Ghana and I called my manager, he said the ambassador had canceled the show; just like that”, he revealed.

“I was very alarmed by the news, but the damage had already been caused, so I asked the ambassador to in the spirit of fairness, pay for the arrears of $10,800 to the promoter of my canceled USA tour and my plane ticket, but he told me to go to hell and that he would pay only $4000 if I insisted”, the livid Nana Amakye Dede recollected.

The legendary musician said he decided to let the matter rest because he did not want to be seen to be in a fracas with the government, but however lamented for the future of the arts if people like H. E. Edward Osei continue to front for Ghana abroad.

It has been a common practice that the missions of countries abroad engage the services of persons in the creative arts to perform to their guests in the spirit of projecting their culture and values to the outside well.

“There used to be culture desks at the various embassies abroad, but as we speak now, all of them have been removed; how do we expect to sell our culture and arts abroad if we don’t have even a desk at the embassies to do so”, Nat Brew ‘Amandzeba’, who was also on the show lamented.

Hiplife musician, Kwame Asare Obeng ‘A Plus’, said for the Ghanaian artiste to get the full reward for their work, they must adopt the style of Shatta Wale and demand every penny they are worth before agreeing to perform on any stage.

He hailed Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale for raising the bar and showing the way for other musicians to negotiate for what they are due.

Actress Vicky Zugah, who was outraged by Amakye Dede’s narrative, warned movie directors who may be interested in using her for any role to stay away “if they do not have money”.

All the six panelist who appeared on the show, including Micky Osei Berko ‘Master Richard’ and veteran actor Victor Lutterodt agreed that, the creative arts industry is fast losing its pride of place and it would take a deliberate concerted effort by all stakeholders to rescue it from further fall.

MY WILDEST WISH IS TO BE PRESIDENT – Actress Yvonne Nelson Reveals

Ghanaian screen diva, Yvonne Nelson has revealed in a tweet that it is her wish to be a president some day.

During a question and answer session on twitter which she initiated herself, a follower asked her what her wildest dream was and she clearly stated she wants to be president.

“Whats ur widest wish,” the fan asked.

“To be president,” she replied

And when others asked which country she was going to be governing, she did not reply.

She earned the name ‘Yaa Asantewa’ after she led other celebrities to protest the end of power crises in May 2015. The protest started on twitter with the hashtag #DumsorMustStop . When everything was finally in place, she and her celebrity friends took the campaign offline and march through the streets of Accra with torchlights, lantens and placards.

This vigil, she said helped the NPP win the elections in 2016 and she threatened a couple of times to hit the streets again if things do not change.


Kwabena Gyansah’s story of a teenaged girl’s escape from an arranged marriage to a 70 year-old farmer is the African country’s first ever Oscar submission.

Ghana has selected Kwabena Gyansah’s Azali as its submission for the international feature film category at the 2020 Oscars.

Starring Asana Alhassan in her debut role, the film follows the journey of 14 year-old Amina from a village in Northern Ghana to the slums of the bustling capital, Accra.

Amina escapes her impending marriage to a 70-year-old farmer but finds herself on a truck being trafficked to Burkina Faso. A cruel twist of fate sees her rescued from the truck but flung into the bustling city of Accra. Amina has to choose between surviving in Accra and returning to her village and marriage.

Written by Gwandellen Quartey and directed by Kwabena Gyansah, Azali is produced by Ananse Entertainment with support from Motion Revolution, both Ghanaian companies.

It is the first time Ghana has submitted a film to the Oscars, although the country has recently become a production hub for international productions, including Beast of No Nation, Forgiving Earth and the upcoming USA network television show Treadstone Starring Jeremy Irvine.

Professor Linus Abraham, chair of Ghana’s Oscar selection committee, told said: “Azaliis a consciousness raising film [and] we are very honored that for the first time, Ghana has found a film worthy enough to represent it at the 92nd Oscars. This has been a long time coming and it is a testament to the growth of the Ghana film industry. We believe this will enhance the image of Ghanaian films and encourage more co-productions and quality filmmaking.”

Ghanaian-American filmmaker, Leila Djansi who serves as an advisor to the Ghanaian selection committee, told The Hollywood Reporter that language and resources had historically been major obstacles to the growth of the Ghanaian film industry.

“In a country with diverse languages, marketing your film is easier if it’s in English because that’s the official language of the country and majority of the continent, which  has stifled a lot of voices.

“Foreign film markets have not had interest in African films beyond those that show war, extreme poverty or white saviors and this also largely limited the creative voice and of course, income. But things seem to be changing as more Africans embrace their local dialects. This will strengthen the identity of African cinema.”

The 92nd Academy Awards take place on February 9, 2020.

Source: Hollywoodreporter.com


UK-based Ghanaian Gospel Musician and Preacher Sonnie Badu has stated emphatically that no preacher, bishop nor gospel artist can win souls than American Rapper and business mogul Kanye West because of his huge influence.

The “Wonder God” has a strong feeling that the American Rapper has the absolute ability to win more souls for Christ than most preachers and gospel artistes anywhere in the world.

According to him Kanye could have a bad past but his influence can help him win more souls for Christ than any single human being could ever do.

Sonnie use the cover artwork of Kanye’s upcoming album to share his thoughts in a lengthy Instagram post on Tuesday, September 17, 2019:

“Jesus is King” with the caption: “The disciples had a major concern about Paul. Why? Because they just could not fathom how they could spend 3 years with the Master and yet Paul who was a killer, had never met him had more insight and wrote more books in the scriptures than they did. Well, the reason is quite simple.

What God could use Paul to do, he could not use Peter in that same regard (illiteracy and understanding times and seasons ). Recall Paul was very well educated and well informed, with that said, this man @kanyew.est can fill arenas and win souls for Christ, more than all of us . But they wondered about his past though..well, just ask God who knows and sees all things.

So he states “JESUS IS KING” Even if he never says it again, this release will get millions looking for Jesus. The truth is no preacher, bishop nor gospel artist can reach out to the lost than this man based on his exposure, so God picks him … I watch the service at @newbirthmbc with my brother pastor @jamalhbryant , his humility was amazing , he had on T-shirt, it was all about God … The gospel is being preached around the world, and this is it. Bearing in mind that we’ve all been commissioned to be fishers of men for Christ. Have you been called?? Food for thought”.

“Jesus is King”, which is Kanye West’s 9th studio project, is scheduled for release on September 27. The artwork for his upcoming album has been shared wildly on social media and it has attracted missed reacts from his fans and Christians all over the world.

Source: NKONKONSA.com  


Multi-award winning actress and movie producer Yvonne Nelson has disclosed that she is ready to enter into a relationship if her man meets her requirements.

The Heels and Sneakers actress was answering questions on the type of man she would want to settle down with since her relationship with her baby daddy has hit the rocks.

In a Q and A session with her fans, one of them asked her “What is ur type of guy or man. My type?”

But responding to the fan Yvonne stated “Hhhmm. Honest, intelligent, funny, cute and hard working Is All I Need in My Next Man”

Trust some inquisitive people on social media as another fan asked her when she broke her virginity.

“At what age did u break ya virginity?” then Yvonne replied, “Not too long ago, 2017, vals day”


Award-winning Ghanaian Rapper Sarkodie has got another nod, in a new category for the 2019 edition of the BET Hip Hop Awards.

Here is how www.billboard.com reported it;

On Oct. 5, the 2019 BET Hip Hop Awards will make its triumphant return to Atlanta’s Cobb Energy Center after vacationing in Miami for the last two years. After besting his peers with eight nominations in 2018, this year, Drake slides into third place with seven, allowing Cardi B to lead the pack with double-digit honors.

There will  be a new category this year dubbed best international flow that will highlight artists from different countries such as Nigeria, UK, France, South Africa, Ghana and Canada.

After notching four wins at last year’s festivities, Cardi looks to clinch more victories this time around with her 10 nominations including MVP of the Year, hot ticket performer, hustler of the year, best collab, single of the year, made-you-look award, and two nods for the best hip-hop video, & sweet 16 categories.

Though Cardi didn’t deliver her sophomore album in 2019, she stayed busy slinging out Hot 100 bangers in “Money,” “Press” and “Please Me.”

There’s a three-way tie for second as DJ Khaled, Travis Scott and J. Cole each nab eight nominations. Despite his passing earlier this year, Nipsey Hussle pulls away with a handful of nods, netting five. As for newcomers, Megan Thee Stallion snags five, while DaBaby closes shop with four.

Best International Flow

Falz (Nigeria)

Ghetts (U.K.)

Kalash (France)

Lil Simz (U.K.)

Nasty C (South Africa)

Sarkodie (Ghana)

Tory Lanez (Canada)

Best Hip-Hop Video

21 Savage – “A Lot” Feat. J. Cole

Cardi B – “Money”

City Girls – “Twerk” Feat. Cardi B

DaBaby – “Suge”

Meek Mill – “Going Bad” Feat. Drake

Travis Scott – “Sicko Mode” Feat. Drake

Hot Ticket Performer

Cardi B



Megan Thee Stallion

The Carters

Travis Scott

Album of the Year

Travis Scott – Astroworld

Meek Mill – Championships

Lizzo – Cuz I Love You

DJ Khaled – Father of Asahd

Tyler, The Creator – Igor

Dreamville – Revenge of the Dreamers 3

Video Director of the Year

Benny Boom

Bruno Mars, Florent Dechard


Dave Meyers

Eif Rivera

Travis Scott

Lyricist of the Year

2 Chainz


J. Cole

Meek Mill

Nipsey Hussle

YBN Cordae

MVP of the Year

Cardi B

DJ Khaled


J. Cole

Megan Thee Stallion

Nipsey Hussle

Producer of the Year

DJ Khaled

London On Da track

Metro Boomin’


Swizz Beatz

Tay Keith

Best Collab, Duo or Group

21 Savage Feat. J. Cole – “A Lot”

Cardi B & Bruno Mars – “Please Me

DJ Khaled Feat. Nipsey Hussle & John Legend – “Higher”

Lil Baby & Gunna – “Drip Too Hard”

Lil Nas X Feat. Billy Ray Cyrus – “Old Town Road (Remix)”

Travis Scott Feat. Drake – “Sicko Mode”

Single of the Year

“Act Up”  – Produced by EarlThePearll (City Girls)

“Big Ole Freak” – Produced by LilJuMadeDaBeat (Megan Thee Stallion)

“Money” – Produced by J. White Did It (Cardi B)

“Old Town Road (Remix)” – Produced by YoungKio (Lil Nas X Feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)

“Sicko Mode” – Produced by Rogét Chahayed, CuBeatz, OZ, Hit-Boy & Tay Keith (Travis Scott Feat. Drake)

“Suge” – Produced by Pooh Beatz & JetsonMade (DaBaby)

Best New Hip-Hop Artist



Lil Nas X

Megan Thee Stallion

Roddy Ricch

YBN Cordae

Best Mixtape

Jack Harlow – Loose

Kevin Gates – Luca Brasi 3

Megan Thee Stallion – Fever

Roddy Ricch – Feed Tha Streets II

Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y – 2009

YBN Almighty Jay, YBN Cordae & YBN Nahmir – YBN: The Mixtape

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse

21 Savage – “Wish Wish” ( DJ Khaled Feat. Cardi B & 21 Savage)

Cardi B – “Clout” (Offset Feat. Cardi B)

Cardi B – “Twerk” (City Girls Feat. Cardi B)

J. Cole – “A Lot” (21 Savage Feat. J Cole)

Rick Ross – “Money in the Grave” (Drake Feat. Rick Ross)

Rick Ross – “What’s Free” (Meek Mill Feat.Jay-Z & Rick Ross)

Impact Track

21 Savage – “A Lot” Feat. J. Cole

DJ Khaled – “Higher” Feat. Nipsey Hussle & John Legend

J. Cole – “Middle Child”

Kap G – “A Day Without a Mexican”

Lizzo – “Tempo” Feat. Missy Elliott

Youngboy Never Broke Again – “I Am Who They Say I Am” Feat. Quando Rondo & Kevin Gates

DJ of the Year

Chase B

DJ Drama

DJ Envy

DJ Esco

DJ Khaled


Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip-Hop Style)

Cardi B

DJ Khaled

French Montana

Meek Mill

Rick Ross

Travis Scott

Best Hip-Hop Online Site/App

All Hip-Hop



The Shade Room



Hustler of the Year

Cardi B

DJ Khaled


Nipsey Hussle

Rick Ross

Travis Scott


Ghana’s first female BET Awards nominee MzVee has finally parted ways with her record label Lynx Entertainment after their eight-year working relationship.

MzVee has been of the scene for some time now and this sparked rumours that all was not well between and her and her record lable. But she has ended all the speculations with a press release this afternoon.

In a press release signed by the ‘Natural Girl’ Singer, she stated that “These eight years with Lynx Entertainment have been absolutely delightful and a blessing and I am glad we still hold our relationship,”.

She added that Lynx Entertainment will always be a strong pillar in her career hence although both parties have decided to part ways, they will amicably continue support for each other.

Lynx Entertainment have also released a statement.

Lynx Entertainment have also released a statement saying they watched MzVee grow into the woman she is now and wishes her the best, adding that the label is proud of her achievement within the past eight years. The label also added that their separation is on a mutual grounds and pledged their support for her any time she needs it.

Read read both statements below:

Source: NKONKONSA.com