Ghanaian rapper and singer Feli Nuna has made a controversial statement, claiming that certain popular releases now are no better than the demos she created in the past.
Her tweet, when examined closely, reveals that the music that the so-called A-list and their minions release and take such delight in was something she performed as an unpolished musician years ago, despite the fact that she said that her post was not meant to disparage any artiste.
She tweeted; “Funny how artists be releasing music and it sounds like my old demos”.
Meanwhile, Mark Okraku Mantey, the Deputy Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, has declared that no one, regardless of their service to Ghana, may expect a state burial after they die.
In response to requests from members of the public for a state burial for late Highlife star Nana Kwame Ampadu, the deputy minister stated that “it will be in order to grant Nana Ampadu a state burial,” but the choice rests with the state and President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Mr Okraku Mantey recalled an incident in which the family of late veteran actor and producer, Osofo Dadzie, stated that his wish was for Ghana to give him a state buri…continue reading