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Bulldog descends heavily on Gyedu Blay Ambulley|Read what he said

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Ace hilife musician, Gyedu Blay Ambulley was quoted saying no GH dancehall/reggae musician including BET award-winner, Stonebwoy can win the Grammy awards.
According to him, Ghanaian acts who find themselves doing this genre do not portray the culture and identity of the country in their music as they use beats created by Jamaicans. He again added that GH dancehall acts lack originality.
Well, artiste manager, has reacted to his claims. According to , Ambulley has got it wrong this time and asked him to open his eyes little wider.
He posted on Facebook
”My own favourite rapper, the originator of rap in the world, my legend and grandfather of Ghana music. I beg ooo, you got it wrong this time.
Please open your eyes a little wider, highlife music has never and will never bring any international recognition to the Ghanaian music industry not to even mention a nomination.
Highlife music, if considered and that's a big IF at the Grammy's, will fall under the category “Grammy Award for Best World Music Album”
The highlife genre needs to resonate with Africans to get that required recognition across the world, even our highlife singles don't cross over for it to be considered in any music awards scheme in Africa except Ghana.
Please embolden the young ones so when they grow they will pass on the same encouragement to posterity.
FYI “reggae and dancehall is not our thing” like you keep saying, is misinformation. Reggae music engendered right here in Africa and no where else, thus it's acknowledgement and proclivity on the continent to ‘highlife music' from Ghana.
Please take a critical and closer listen to your peers, the Kojo Antwi's, Amakye Dede's, Nana Acheampong's, Lumba's etc, all their biggest songs are reggae classics. Africa responds to reggae.
Some of Africa's biggest musical exports are reggae heads like Kojo Antwi, Alpha Blondy, Lucky Dube etc.
Big ups to Rocky Dawuni for opening the flood gates to the Grammy's… Stonebwoy, Black Prophet oya! Enter make we go….
Thank you Sir was quoted saying no GH dancehall/reggae musician including BET award-winner, Stonebwoy can win the Grammy awards.
According to him, Ghanaian acts who find themselves doing this genre do not portray the culture and identity of the country in their music as they use beats created by Jamaicans. He again added that GH dancehall acts lack originality.
Well, artiste manager, Bulldog has reacted to his claims. According to Bulldog, Ambulley has got it wrong this time and asked him to open his eyes little wider.
He posted on Facebook
”My own favourite rapper, the originator of rap in the world, my legend and grandfather of Ghana music. I beg ooo, you got it wrong this time.
Please open your eyes a little wider, highlife music has never and will never bring any international recognition to the Ghanaian music industry not to even mention a nomination.
Highlife music, if considered and that's a big IF at the Grammy's, will fall under the category “Grammy Award for Best World Music Album”
The highlife genre needs to resonate with Africans to get that required recognition across the world, even our highlife singles don't cross over for it to be considered in any music awards scheme in Africa except Ghana.
Please embolden the young ones so when they grow they will pass on the same encouragement to posterity.
FYI “reggae and dancehall is not our thing” like you keep saying, is misinformation. Reggae music engendered right here in Africa and no where else, thus it's acknowledgement and proclivity on the continent to ‘highlife music' from Ghana.
Please take a critical and closer listen to your peers, the Kojo Antwi's, Amakye Dede's, Nana Acheampong's, Lumba's etc, all their biggest songs are reggae classics. Africa responds to reggae.
Some of Africa's biggest musical exports are reggae heads like Kojo Antwi, Alpha Blondy, Lucky Dube etc.
Big ups to Rocky Dawuni for opening the flood gates to the Grammy's… Stonebwoy, Black Prophet oya! Enter make we go….
Thank you Sir

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“Women In The Creative Space Are Afraid To Talk About S3xual Harassment” – Vicky Zugah

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Actress has stated on Accra-based Joy FM that women in the creative industries remain silent about the se.xual harassment they experience.

They would be blacklisted and denied positions, she clarified, if they disclosed the harassment they endure at the hands of gatekeepers.

Harassment occurs in both business and artistic environments, according to .

But ladies lack the courage to say so.

“You don't need to say these things on TV or expose yourself like this because you will be blacklisted if you are a woman who aspires to be a politician or well-known figure, hopes to get married someday, or any of these.” She said.

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“Last December I Made About $5000 To $6000 Weekly On TikTok” – Comedian Waris

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disclosed that generating material on Facebook brought in his greatest monthly earnings of $9,000.

And he revealed that he was earning $5,000 to $6,000 a week on TikTok as of December of last year.

discussed these observations with Anita Akufo and Godwin Namboh on TV3's The Afternoon Show.



“The most I have ever received from Facebook is about $9,000 a month. Sabinus is who he is, and Nigerians purchase homes like that because Facebook pays more than that. Some social media profiles generate more revenue than others. With TikTok, I was able to get close to $5000 to $6000 in only one week in December,” he said.

He emphasized Ghana's difficulties in monetizing social media platforms, even as he acknowledged the financial benefits of creating content for social media. Some content producers have decided to work with their Nigerian counterparts as a result of this.

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“I Never Knew Lilwin Was This Great In Ghana, He Would Become President Of Ghana One Day” – Ramsey Noah

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Ghanaian actor Kwadwo Nkansah has left actor Ramsey Noah completely amazed.

A video of Ramsey Noah complimenting for his incendiary persona in the performing world has surfaced.

In a viral video on social media, Ramsey Noah said he had no idea Lilwin was so well-known until he looked him up on Google.

He claimed that the fact that the actor is involved in many activities and gives back to the nation astounded and pleased him.

He teasingly said that he planned to run for president of Ghana next.

As they are ready to film Lilwin's next film, “Coming to Ghana,” Ramsey and other leading Nigerian actors arrived in the nation yesterday and have since generated a lot of excitement from media outlets and blogs.

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