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LISTEN: Already – Beyonce ft Shatta Wale

The much awaited song – Already – by Beyonce featuring Ghana’s dancehall king Shatta Wale on the Lion King: The Gift album has been released. The album also features big names such as Childish Gambino, Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell. Other Africa music big weights such as Tekno, Yemi Alade, Mr. …

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Nicki Minaj hints on signing Ghanaian act

Not long ago American rapper Nicki Minaj revealed plans to sign rappers for her record label, through the viral #megatronchallenge, birthed by her new song Megatron. Although Holland-based Ghanaian artiste Nana Fofie is not a rapper, her cover of Megatron caught the rapper’s eye and has earned her a spot on the …

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‘I know my level!’ – Beyoncé features Shatta Wale on new album

alked about entertainer Shatta Wale has shattered a glass ceiling in Ghana’s music industry, landing arguably the biggest international collaboration ever in a feature with American ‘Queen Bey’. On Beyoncé ‘s 14 song new album, The Lion King: The gift, Shatta Wale is featured in song number 11 – ’Already’. The big-talking dancehall artiste is literally walking his …

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R. Kelly ‘arrested on federal sex charges,

R. Kelly is in custody after being arrested in Chicago on sex trafficking charges, according to reports in the US. There are said to be 13 charges against the singer, including child abuse images and obstruction of justice, according to the US Attorney’s Office in Chicago. The 52-year-old was arrested …

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Sarkodie doesn’t come to bed early – Wife

Wife of award-winning rapper Sarkodie has revealed that her husband does not come to bed early. According to Tracy, the rapper mostly joins her in bed very late because of long recording sessions. In a revealing Q&A session on Twitter, Tracy was asked about Sarkodie’s latest EP, ‘Alpha’, “What was …

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Elton John film Rocketman banned over gay scenes

Samoa has banned the Sir Elton John biopic Rocketman because of the film’s depiction of gay sex. Under Samoa’s laws, sodomy is illegal and punishable by up to seven years in prison. The country’s principal censor told local media that the film did not “go well with cultural and Christian …

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