spanking new video: “SHAY ON YOU” BY WENDY SHAY

It’s a step by step movement from Wendy Shay with the best of music.

The female act signed to RuffTown Records released her debut album on the 20th of December, 2018 and it was captioned Shay On You. Surprisingly, the title of the album is also a single on the album.

“Shay On You” is an afrodancehall themed song in which she brings the best of her afrobeat craft and fuses it with the dancehall genre. For someone who is new to dancehall, the Uber Driver hitmaker puts much energy into this one to make a statement. Shay On You is coined from her name Wendy Shay with the song sending the message that she is right in the faces of people and they must be ready to accept her as she is here to stay. Music is about versatility and she gets it on point.

This single comes with a music video which was directed by Yaw SkyFace. Shot on location in Jamestown, a suburb of Accra, the video shows a different element of Wendy Shay in the midst of men in a male dominated music industry. Not perturbed, her stand is very strong and she is ready for the game.

Checkout the video below:


British/Ghanaian media entrepreneur and founder of education not for profit, Aim Higher Africa, Peace Hyde has been featured on leading US news platform Fox News for her transformative work in empowering unemployed youths and building grassroots entrepreneurs in Africa.

Peace Hyde who is one of only 200 visionary leaders selected to be part of the inaugural class of the 2018 Obama Foundation Leaders Africa program, has continued to push for the rights of street children to get formal education as well as providing support to impoverished communities and families across Ghana and Nigeria.

Hyde who also heads up the Forbes Africa digital media and partnerships arm as well as the editorial head for the west Africa region has over the years been celebrated globally for her outstanding contribution to the lives of communities with various nominations including the prestigious Discovery young Health Journalist of the year Award as well as being inducted into the 2017 and 2018 Untied Nations Most Influential People of African Decent list.

Aim Higher Africa has over the past 5 years delivered its proprietary MRDT curriculum program to millions of students across the continent in a bid to transform limiting mind-set, break down negative barriers and empower students with design thinking skills with a focus of helping them to identify opportunities within their community that creates long term scalable and sustainable impact.

The program was launched in Aim Higher Africa’s newly opened skills acquisition center in Yaba where students are enrolled in a 6-week intensive vocational and digital skills program after which successful graduates with innovative socially focused business plans, receive an interest free start up loan to transform their dreams into reality.

Watch the interaction in the video below:

videos: I BROKE MY VIRGINITY AT THE AGE OF 16 – Efia Odo Reveals

Ghanaian actress and TV Presenter Efia Odo, real name Andrea Owusu has revealed, how and when she lost her virginity.

Efia who was sharing her personal experience on her “You and Me” segment on Okay FM’s drive time program, said she was only sixteen years old and naïve, when she lost her pride to her first love who is Jamaican guy called Chase during her high school days in America.

She stated that she didn’t know anything about sex at that time but her boy boyfriend insisted they should do it and she fell for his pressure out of love.

The “Heels and Sneakers” actress said it was very painful in the beginning but she enjoyed it eventually.

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Efia Odo however admitted that she regrets losing her virginity at that early age but it happened because she didn’t know the value and why she should have waited.

She therefore urged parents to speak to their kids about sex before they become sexually active and advised young ladies to preserve their virginity for the right person and the right time.

Watch the video below:



Musician Trigmatic has honoured some veteran Musicians to mark 10 years of doing music.

Dubbed ‘My Life Concert’ it was held at Alliance Francaise on January 26, 2019 with a beautiful mix of highlife, reggae, dancehall and afrobeats in grand style.

The show paid tributes to South African artiste Hugh Masekela , highlife giant J.A. Adofo and ace guitarist Aka Blay.

There was a story-telling session with Trigmatic’s primary school music teacher & renowned flutist (Dela Botri) who joined him later on stage to do a few songs.

One of the highlights of the show was when A.I. come on to sing gospel worship songs with Trigmatic. J.A. Adofo’s son also was on board to do renditions of two of his father’s classics.

Gyedu Blay Ambulley brought some excitement to the concert with his style of rap. Other artistes that performed were Yaa Yaa and NaaYaa.

Also present at the concert were the Deputy High Commissioner of South Africa H.E Thapelo Madumane who also accepted a citation of honour on behalf of Hugh Masekela’s family.

Trigmatic’s ‘My Life Concert’ concert will be replicated in Kumasi, Takoradi, Cape Coast and finally end in Tamale before his album launch concert.



Ghanaian celebrity Blogger, Ameyaw Kissi Debrah and his beautiful wife walked down the aisle over the weekend.

Following the couple’s traditional marriage ceremony which occurred on Tuesday, March 6th, Ameyaw Kissi Debrah and Elsie Darkoa Yobo had their “white” wedding ceremony on Saturday, March 10th, 2018.

The ceremony was held at the Trade Fair Center in Accra, and was well attended by both the bride and groom’s friends and family.

After they exchanged their vows, it was time for the couple to dance together for the first time as a couple.
As it turned out, things didn’t go exactly as planned, and it appears that when the time came for the two lovebirds to take to the floor for the first dance the ceiling briefly caught on fire due to the fireworks. Bt Ameyaw and Elsie were unperturbed, as they would not allow anything to mar their special day.

Checkout Ameyaw Debrah and his wife Elsie Darkoa Yobo on the dance floor:



Actress Lydia Forson and Media personality A.J Sarpong wowed patrons of this year’s Glits Africa Fashion Week, when they graced the runway with their larger than life personalities.

They both hit the runway on the day 2 of the , when they modeled for the #AboutThatCurvyLife Collection.

Lydia Forson rocking an all-black silk gown by Abaya of Lagos, Ms. Forson strutted her stuff to the glorification of all thick and beautiful women and bubbly Radio and TV host/ Producer, A.J. Sarpong  who appeared on the runway twice, attracted loud cheers from the crowd with her confident catwalk.

#AboutThatCurvyLife is a movement started by Nigerian lifestyle journalist, Latasha Ngube to empower the African curvy community.

Lydia Forson and AJ Sarpong’s showcase was part of the #AboutThatCurvyLife Collective at the Glitz Africa Fashion Week which included designers such as Matthew Idang for Assian.

Watch Lydia and AJ on the runway:



Rapper A-Plus and fashionista Akosua Vee’s white wedding with came last Saturday, September 23, 2017.

When it was time for A-Plus to tell the world how he met his beautiful bride, he revealed that he met her on social media platform Tango and that was where everything started.

After narrating everything to the guests, A-Plus sung a song, which according to him, is one of Akosua’s favorite songs.

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Beautiful Akosua Vee also take the microphone to sing a gospel song to thank God giving her the man of her dreams.

Watch Akosua Vee singing below:

The “Agegon” hit maker and Fashion Blogger and Stylist Violet N.A. Bannerman alias Akosua Vee concluded their marriage process at a star-studded white wedding ceremony.

A-Plus and Akosua Vee held their traditional marriage ceremony earlier this year, on February 25, 2017 at Akosua’s family residence at Dansoman and followed it up with their white wedding Saturday September 23, 2017 at the His Majesty’s Court hotel in Accra.

Several celebrities were in attendance to see the couple exchange their vows and take a walk down the aisle.

They include actors Joslyn Dumas, Fred Nuamah and John Dumelo, musicians Nana Boroo, Reggie and Bollie and Zeal of VVIP, Doreen Andoh, Steven Appiah, Martha Ankomah, George Quaye, Wutah, among others.



Actress Yvonne Okoro has disclosed that she is back to school, studying law.

Speaking on Peace FM’s “Entertainment Review”, Yvonne has confirmed that she is currently studying law at the Mountcrest University College in Kanda, Accra and she revealed why she decided to study law.

“I wanted to know my rights well, I wanted to understand some of the things that are available to me and doing this law so far, I have learnt so much and I also wanted to challenge myself because I always believe that there should be a plan B, C, D as a human being and where you come from. The A was to act and to be a producer and now that there are a few issues in the movie industry, I must go to plan B and plan B is to go back to school and then do law”.

She also added that she also decided to study law to change the misconception that people in show business or entertainers are not smart and intelligent people.

The “Ghana Must Go” actress advised those who are interested in doing law to concentrate fully on their studies, after they gain admission into the law school and not allow other things to distract them.

Watch the interview below: 


Hiplife Musician Belinda Nana Akua Amoah known in showbiz as Mzbel has released visuals for her latest single “Go Your Way”.

In “Go Your Way”, Mzbel sings about breakup and why we should let go and move on when things are not working out in relationshipS and the video interprets the story of the song.

The video directed by Jerry X Smart was shot on location in Dubai.

Watch the new video below:


Official video of Kurl Songx’s controversial hit single “Jennifer Lomotey” ft. Sarkodie is finally out.

The video was directed Justin Campos for Gorrila Films and song produced by Kaywa for Highly Spiritual Music / Steaman Entertainment Inc.

Interestingly, the controversial line in Sarkodie’s Rap which got Krobos angry, has still not been edited out.

Watch the full video below: