Ghanaian Socialite, Entrepreneur and Big Brother Amplified housemate, Confidence Haugen have been captured on camera dancing to her ex-boyfriend Edem’s song.

Confidence who is currently based in London returned home recently for business. The mother of two came to Ghana for a photo-shoot in Accra with actress Nadia Buari and Socialite Mona aka Hajia4Real. It was during the photo shoot that she couldn’t help but dance to her old flame’s song when was played.

Confidence who was clearly in a ‘work and happiness’ mood danced and sung along Rapper Edem’s hit single “Gbevu” while she strikes her poses for the cameras. Even though they are no longer together, it appears Confidence still loves and appreciate the artistic works and creativity of her ex-lover.

Confidence was reportedly in Ghana to prepare the ground for a new hairline Konfidence Hair which she is about to launch in Ghana and in the UK and have been hinted that Actress Nadia Buari, Hajia4Real and Confidence would be the faces of the Konfidence Hair.

Confidence has since returned to London and she expected back in Ghana in few weeks for grand launch of her new hair brand.

Watch Confidence in the video below:



Singer Rebecca Acheampong aka Becca has released visuals for her latest single  “You & I” under her new recored label Zylofon Music.

“You & I” is an R&B pop song that takes us back into the 90’s golden era of the genre. The sound is western urban contemporary, but the emotion is all African as Becca’s lyrics are directed towards her lover with hopes of reconciling and calming a rocky relationship marked by disagreements.

The music video articulates the feel of the track perfectly with the dramatic lovers’ quarrel opening scene common in 90’s R&B music videos.

The rest of the video shows her wearing house clothes, sometimes fresh out of bed at the centre of panoramic views of a mansion while she pines for her love, hoping for a reconciliation by declaring “it’s you and I tonight”.
The video was directed by Patrick Elis.

Checkout the new video below:


Nigerian Singer Tiwa Savage was one of the best performers on the Ghana Meets Naija 2017 stage but a little act by the “Eminado” Singer is almost taking away the shine of her unforgettable stage craft.

Tiwa who came on stage holding a Ghana flag, dropped the flag on the floor at some point as her performance heated up and this has attracted heavy backlash from Ghanaians especially on social media describing her action as disrespectful to the nation and its citizens.

Tiwa Savage has not commented yet about her action which perhaps may be unintentional or harmless but some Ghanaian are commanding an apology from the Nigerian Singer.

Meanwhile, some Nigerians have come to the defence of Tiwa Savage arguing that her act was not intentional and that she dropped it to be able to perform freely inside the Accra International Conference Centre on Saturday May 27, 2017.

Watch the video below:

Watch her full performance below:



Actress Vicky Zugah has stated that nothing or nobody can stop her from speaking about her domestic violence experience with ex-boyfriends.

Speaking on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review program, Vicky said for the past fours years, she has been physically abused by three men she dated and all this while her family members have been stopping her from talking about it publicly until recently when she decided to speak out.

According to Vicky, several friends, family members and even colleagues from the entertainment industry have being sending her messages to stop from talking for the sake of her kids but the mother of two said she would rather continue talking for the sake of her kids and also to encourage others who may be going through what she has experienced in the past to be bold and speak up.

The actress hinted that she is going to use her personal experience to begin a nationwide campaign against domestic violence.

Watch her full interview below:



Veteran Actor Kofi Adjorlolo has rubbished all reports suggesting that he has jilted his young fiancé, Victoria Lebene.

Kofi who took over Victoria Lebene’s Snapchat account on Tuesday May 16, expressed how good it feels to be with someone he loves, denied reports of their breakup and they shared some intimate moments together.

Watch the video below:

Actor Kofi Adjorlolo and Actress/Model Victoria Victoria Lebene Mekpah have reportedly been dating for some time now.

Both Kofi and Victoria have confirmed that indeed they are dating and preparing to walk down the aisle very soon.

After news of their relationship hit the media, several people including the outspoken Rev. Counselor George Lutterodt have openly condemned their relationship and their upcoming marriage, stating that Kofi Adjorlolo is too old to marry 27-year-old Victoria Lebene because he is about 40 years older than her.

However, Kofi Adjorlolo’s recent interview with Kofi Adoma, sparked speculations that he may have dumped his young lover but he said they are all lies.



Award winning Singer and Songwriter Ofori Amponsah is indeed stage a stronger come back after his smash hit “Alewa”.

Mr. All4Real has released yet another Highlife classic featuring another great Singer Kwabena Kwbana from his upcoming album.

Two of Ghana’s finest highlife artistes Ofori Amponsah and Kwabena Kwabena have released a beautiful song titled, ‘17’.

After reports emerged that the two hit the studio on December 19, 2016, fans have been waiting with bated breath for the finished product.

The video was directed by Kenn Ayiah is finally out!


A music video by Rapper Tinny for his single “Baddest Girl” which was shot in 2015 has been leaked online.

The video which stars fast rising star Fela Makafui of YOLO TV series fame has been released against the will of the actress, who has pleaded with Rapper Tinny not to release it because of some raunchy scenes including going topless.

According to reports, Tinny agreed not to release the video but somehow the video has been released online.

Watch the video below:


Legendary Higlife Musician Charles Amoah gave patrons of Ghana Music Awards 2017 a pleasant surprise inside the Accra International Conference Centre on Saturday April 8, 2017.

The Singer, whose performance was not announced, stormed the stage and got everybody in the auditorium dancing to his classic hit song “Odo Asem”.

Charles Amoah popularly known as “Ghana’s Michael Jackson” still got the magic moves.

Checkout his energetic performance.

Watch: DUMSOR AT VGMAs 2017

An unfortunate occurrence which almost affected the beauty and flow of the just ended Vodafone Ghana Awards 2017, was power cuts during the event.

Just when the event kicked off an unexpected power cut which reportedly lasted for over 30 minutes halted the event. Organized worked tireless to restore power for the event to commence but when everybody thought the problem had been solved the power tripped again which also lasted for about 20 minutes.

All this while guests, nominees, pressmen, award presenter, performers and other dignitaries were seated in the auditorium waiting patiently for the event to start. Eventually, the 18th edition of the annual Ghana Music Awards which happened on Saturday, April 8, 2017 at the Accra International Conference started a little after 10pm instead of 8pm.

Watch the unfortunate incident and how some pressmen expressed their opinion in the dark.

Meanwhile, organizers of the show, Charterhouse have issued a statement of apology to patrons, sponsors and all those who affect by the blackout.

Read the full statement below:

“The very prestigious 18th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards came off yesterday, as planned at the Accra International Conference Centre.

Unfortunately the event couldn’t start at the scheduled time, due to some unprecedented major challenges we faced with the power supply to the conference centre.

The facility could not supply us with stable electricity from ECG and their over 1000KVA standby generator also couldn’t stay on for more than 15minutes.

At exactly 8.40pm, just at the strike of the drum for the amazing opening performance by the Accra Symphony Orchestra and Lumina, we suddenly lost all power losing some equipment in the process. The fluctuations that would follow are simply unprecedented and inexplicable.

Regrettably the event started 2 hours later than scheduled; for which we are deeply sorry. From the bottom of our hearts we will like to apologize to all our viewers across Africa on DSTV, GOTV, GhOneTV, TV3, TVAfrica and Joy prime on Multi TV.

The biggest kudos will go to the patrons that came out in their thousands to witness this annual phenomenon and be part of what had been well thought out, well planned and well rehearsed to be a memorable night.

You were simply the best audience ever; considerate, matured and very understanding. We could not thank you enough for your patience and understanding.

We on our part will be engaging with the management of the facility (Conference Centre) to investigate exactly what happened on the night mainly to ensure that it does not happen again. We will share our findings with you.

Despite the very daunting challenges, the show must go on and indeed, it did go on with outstanding performances and award presentations.

Congratulations to all nominees and award winners.

To God be the Glory!


CharterHouse Productions”