Her Excellency Anne Sophie Avé, the French Ambassador to Ghana, has outlined her ambitions for the Ghanaian music industry.
Her Majesty, Sophie Avé stated on Pulse One On One, as reported by Dklassgh.com, that she wants to popularize Ghanaian music in France.
Touch of France’s host was dedicated to bridging the gap between Ghana and France.
She emphasized that one of the bridges she wants to establish is via entertainment.
Madam Sophie went on to discuss her encounters with Becca, Bisa Kdei, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, and other celebrities.
Her kids have been humming Sarkodie and Castro’s “Adonai” song, she confessed.
Her Majesty, Music, according to Sophie Avé, “crosses borders beyond words.”
Collaborations between France and Ghanaian singers are also on the cards, according to the French Ambassador.
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Meanwhile, Ghanaian pastor, Jesus Ahoufe claims that on October 18th, dancehall musician Shatta Wale would be shot dead, similar to what occurred in South Africa.
According to him, someone named Charles, who sings dancehall and is extremely successful, would be shot dead on October 18th this year if he does not pray hard enough because his life is under assault and he has to be very devout.
The man of God then urged Shatta Wale to seek out a pious man of God who can assist him in pra…continue reading