Dru HillAmerican hip-hop group, Dru Hill & R&B singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer and actor, Mark Althavean Andrews, known by his stage name Sisqó are billed to perform at this year’s edition of the ‘Back in the Day Concert’ .

The organisers of the concert, Empire Entertainment, have promised Ghanaians that the third edition of the concert which will also feature international artiste, Sisqo, will be historic.

The annual concert which started three years ago is being organised to celebrate some of the 1990s great artistes and give Ghanaian music lovers the unique opportunity to relive the glorious days of a young but vibrant hiplife music genre.

The organisers have mentioned that unlike previous ones, the event which is aimed at taking Ghanaian music to another level will shake the foundation of the AICC with live performances from seasoned music stars from Ghana who will perform alongside Dru Hill and Sisqo.
This year’s event will be held at the Accra International Conference Centre on December 19th. Both successful acts, they should provide patrons an exciting event.

Mark Althavean Andrews (born November 9, 1978), known by his stage name Sisqó (stylized as SisQó), is an American R&B singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer and actor. He is the lead singer of R&B group Dru Hill, and has also released solo material. Sisqo’s successful debut solo album, Unleash the Dragon (1999), included the hit single “Thong Song”.

Dru Hill is an American group, most popular during the late 1990s, whose repertoire included soul, hip hop soul and gospel music. Founded 1992, Dru Hill recorded seven Top 40 hits, and is best known for the R&B #1 hits “In My Bed”, “Never Make A Promise”, and “How Deep Is Your Love”.

The previous events witnessed performances from American hip-hop group, Naughty By Nature and some of the local artistes such as Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour, T. Blaze and T.H 4Qwages.

Others are Vision In Progress (VIP), Tic Tac, Abrewa Nana, Dogo, Chicago, Ex-Doe, Sony Achiba and Ded Buddy.

The rest were Keteke, Native Funcky Lords, Obrafour, T-Blaze, Slim Busterr, Joe Frazier, Akatakyie, Kontihene, Lord Kenya and a host of others.

This year’s concert is in partnership with the EIB Network, who are owners of  Live 91.9FM, Starr 103.5 FM, Kasapa 102.3FM, Ultimate fm in Kumasi and Empire FM in Takoradi.


Ace Afro Pop rocker and MUSIGA Pro member Becca is to perform at the Global Goals Citizens Festival in New York City on Saturday, September 26. Becca -2

The festival, headlined by Beyoncé, Pearl Jam, Ed Sheeran, and Coldplay, will be held on the Great Lawn of New York City’s Central Park, where 60,000 global citizens will gather.

Becca is among a number of African artistes including Sarkodie, Yemi Alade of Nigeria, Mafikizolo of South Africa and Sauti Sol of Kenya who feature on the African song of the Global Goals Citizens campaign, Tell Everybody.

The Global Goals Citizens campaign involves a plan to end extreme poverty, tackle inequality and reduce the impact of climate change by 2030. This agenda is championed by a group of activists led by the film-maker Richard Curtis, whose Project Everyone initiative – run in partnership with the campaign groups action/2015 and Global Citizen – aims to reach 7 billion in seven days. The whole idea is to push for the full implementation of the agenda by “making the goals famous”.

An excited Becca says, she is delighted at the opportunity to add her voice to such a worthy cause which is line with her own charitable work in Ghana.

Prior to her appearance on Saturday at the Central Park concert, Becca will join a lineup of top performers at an exclusive event for Richard Branson’s Virgin Unite Foundation which will be attended by some of the most powerful citizens on earth.



Freddy Meiway in Ghana

African music legend Freddy Meiway touched down in the national capital of Ghana, Accra ahead of the anticipated music concert ‘African Legends Night’ put together by Global Media Alliance.

The musical concert which holds at the Accra International Conference Centre on Saturday, September 26, 2015, will also see top notch performances from Amakye Dede, Gyedu Blay Ambulley, Akosua Adjepong and Trigmatic.

Freddy Meiway is known for hit songs such as Miss Lolo, Zoblazo, Bomo and many others.


Drama ensued in court today when reggae musician, Ekow Micah, who is standing trial for possessing substances suspected to marijuana, refused to speak to his counsel and rather opted to speak directly to the judge.Ekow Micah -2A journalist, Edem Mensah of Ghanaian Times, who was in court, reported that Ekow Micah entered the Accra Circuit Court with his arms raised up calling on the judge.

Trial judge, Judge Aboagye Tandoh, noticing the gesture, asked the musician to channel whatever information he has through his lawyer, David Percy, which he refused.

Several attempts by the judge and court officials to get Ekow to speak to his lawyer proved futile prompting the judge to call for a recess.

Asked why Ekow was requesting to speak with the judge directly, Edem said he suspects the musician has lost confidence in his lawyer and was trying to inform the judge.

The journalist said, the reggae musician accused the lawyer of not being interested in the case because he has not heard from him since the last adjournment on September 10.

Ekow refused to talk to his lawyer prompting another to mediate and attempt to resolve the impasse. The case has however been adjourned to Friday September 25, 2015.

On August 4, Micah was arrested by the Airport Police over an alleged extortion case against Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan currently under investigation.

The following day, the Police and the accused person visited his house to conduct a search and in the process, a quantity of dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp was found.




Musician Bisa Kdei has been involved in accident.

Bisa Kdei accident car

This is how the car looks after the accident

The artiste was returning from Aburi on Sunday September 20 2015, where he had performed at an event when the crash happened. Kdei and his team survived what could have been a fatal accident.

Kasapafmonline has reported that the accident happened some few metres away from the toll booth near the Aburi Girls Senior High School in the Eastern Region, where Kdei, who was leading a team of two cars in his Jaguar, pulled his brakes to allow a Fulani herdsman to cross the road with his cattle.

The second driver, unfortunately, bumped into the Jaguar, as it failed to control the breaks, leading to some substantial damage to the two cars. The cars have since been sent to the workshop for assessment and repairs.

The artiste has since taken to his Instagram page to speak of his experience. In a post shortly after the accident, he wrote:

“I do thank God for rescuing me and my team from this fatal accident this afternoon. We had a great show yesternight in Mampong and on our way back to Accra this afternoon, my two cars got this fatal damage. But in all, I give thanks to God.”


Timaya Bentley

Nigerian singer Timaya escaped unhurt after he was involved in an accident on Thursday September 17, 2015.

The “Shake ur bom bom” singer made the revelation on his Instagram, accompanying it with a picture of the front of his Bentley horribly smashed.

The singer noted no one got hurt and thanked God for saving him.

“Had an accident yesterday but I thank GOD nobody got hurt… blessssssss”, he captioned this picture.



Pascaline EdwardsNews One newspaper, who reported that actress Pascaline Edwards has made public her fear for the cemeteries and that she is not going back there, have provided evidence to prove that actress indeed made those comments, after she denied their report.

The actress in an interview on Neat FM yesterday denied ever making those statements and accused journalists of misquoting and twisting stories for their own selfish gains and even called on investigative journalist Anas Aremiyaw Anas to investigate journalists.

“In every society there are always some bad nuts. Most of the journalists are good but the new ones that are coming up who want quick fame are the ones giving journalist a bad name. So Anas should also concentrate on the media and investigate journalists”, she said this on Neat FM.

News One reported that Pascaline posted a photo of herself, Yvonne and Eddie at the cemetery on her Instagram and commented that she was not returning to the cemetery again.

“She Prayed! The movie. Mother and Children. That cemetery …I don’t want to go there again oo”.

Pascaline denied ever making these comments on Instagram.

After published Pascaline’s denial, News One sent screen shot of Pascaline Edwards Instagram post and it proves that the ‘Ripples’ actress actually made those comments.

Earlier this week, Rapper Sarkodie and Actor John Dumelo have all accused that media of misquoting them separate reports about them and Pascaline supported them citing News One’s story as an example.



Ghanaian Afro Pop duo Ruff N Smooth is not too happy with Rapper Guru.

Guru - Ruff N Smooth

The “Swagger” hit makers claims Guru has betrayed them because he performed their single “Send Your Fire” which he (Guru) featured on in Gabon over the weekend.

According to Ruff N Smooth they told Guru not to perform that particular song because another event house in Gabon had booked them for $10,000 just to come perform that same song very soon.

However, Guru who according Ruff N Smooth agreed not to perform the song closed his performance with “Send Your Fire” and the duo wants Guru to pay them about $10,000 for using the song or face legal action.

“He performed a lot of his hit songs and yet he couldn’t desist from performing just one Ruff N Smooth song even though we asked him not to perform that particular song. I just can’t understand. He is wicked! Guru is a very wicked”, Bullet of Ruff N Smooth stated on Pluzz FM this morning.

According to Bullet the fact that Guru featured on the song does not give him the right to perform at anywhere and anyhow he wants.



Actress Pascaline Edwards has called on trending Ghanaian international investigative Journalist Anas Aremiyaw Anas to shift his attention to journalists and bloggers in Ghana.

Pascaline EdwardsIn an exclusive interview with Kwame Adjetia on Neat FM’s “Entertainment Ghana”, the “Ripples” actress said some of the journalists misquote and twist false stories to make them seem true for their own selfish gains.

“In every society there are always some bad nuts. Most of the journalists are good but the new ones that are coming up who want quick fame are the ones giving journalist a bad name. So Anas should also concentrate on the media and investigate journalists”.

Pascaline was commenting on trending issues about Sarkodie and actor John Dumelo who have both denied recent reports about them in the media.

She disclosed on the show that she has also been a victim of false reportage in the media. According to her the recent false story about her was reports that she won’t film in a cemetery again because she is scared.

According to the story she posted a photo of herself, Yvonne and Eddie Nartey at the cemetery on her Instagram and commented that she was not returning to the cemetery again.

“That cemetery …I don’t want to go there again oo”, but she said she never made any comment like that on Instagram.

“They can make the headlines very scary and for me most of my relatives live outside Ghana. My mother lives outside the country and she is aging. She can see some of these headlines and get a heart attack”.



Rapper Wanluv has disclosed that he would not feel sorry if Bishop Daniel Obinim, Archbishop Duncan Williams, Pastor Chris and Prophet T.B Josuah die as he has predicted in his new single.


After predicting the death of four pastors, Wanlov the Kubolor says he will not feel remorseful should any of his predictions comes to pass.

The rapper who recently released a song titled, Very Soon in which he predicted the death of four pastors (Bishop Daniel Obinim, Archbishop Duncan Williams, Pastor Chris and T.B Josuah) has come under criticisms from a section of the public.

When show host, Abrantepa, asked if someone will be wrong to say that once he recorded the song, he meant the lyrics in there, Wanlov answered;

“No they won’t be wrong; they won’t be right either. Because, at the time I recorded it, I was in total agreement with my perception; but I could become friends with one of those guys tomorrow and I may be sad if something I have predicted comes to pass. At the moment, I wouldn’t have any feeling of remorse if any comes to pass”, he disclosed on Radio Univers.

The member of music duo, FOKN Bois, however stated that the lyrics of the song is only a prediction; not a wish.

“Prediction is different from a wish. I just predicted how they will die and not wished them dead. I’m not wishing for them to die. This is the style for which they will die,” he said.