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Is He Close To Neptune? – Michael Blackson After Being Asked By Shatta Wale If He Knows Jupitar



Michael Blackson

Ghanaian dancehall great Charles Nii Armah Mensah, better known as Shatta Wale, had the chance to question UK-based Ghanaian comedian

Shatta Wale questioned the actor on why he said in an interview that he only knew of four superstars from Ghana: Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, and Black Sherif.

Shatta Wale asked Blackson if he knew Samini and Jupitar, but the comedian claimed he didn't know them.

When asked sarcastically if he knew the dancehall musician Jupitar, Blackson said, “Is Jupitar next to Neptune?”

Yet he later requested that Ghanaians pardon him for not being familiar with all the music business celebrities.

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Volta Music struggles due to lack of support among upcoming artists – Density Willy



Density Willy

Volta music isn't going far like other regions because most of the upcoming artistes find it difficult to support each other – Claims

In a recent interview on Shine 96.9fm with DJ Stephen Gh, rising artist highlighted a concerning issue within the Volta music scene: a lack of support among upcoming artists. Density Willy, who was on a tour promoting his “Better Days Ahead” EP in the Volta Region, expressed his views on the challenges faced by emerging artists in the region.

According to Density Willy, many upcoming artists in Volta struggle to support their colleagues, which ultimately hinders their collective progress in the music industry. This lack of solidarity and collaboration among artists not only impacts individual careers but also limits the growth and recognition of the Volta music scene as a whole.

While the Volta Region has produced talented artists, the fragmented support system and competitive dynamics among artists have created barriers to success. Without a strong network of support and collaboration, artists may struggle to gain visibility, access opportunities, and reach their full potential in the industry.

To address these challenges and foster a more supportive environment for emerging artists in Volta, it is essential for the music community to come together, collaborate, and uplift one another. Building a culture of solidarity, mentorship, and mutual support can create a thriving ecosystem where artists can grow, learn from each other, and achieve greater success collectively.

By promoting a culture of collaboration and support, upcoming artists in Volta can overcome barriers, leverage their collective talents, and elevate the region's music scene to new heights. As Density emphasized, the key to unlocking better days ahead for Volta artists lies in working together, supporting each other, and building a strong foundation for success in the music industry.

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‘Partnering UMG will elevate African music on the global stage’ – Don Jazzy Reveals



Don Jazzy

Renowned music executive and producer, Collins Ajereh, popularly known as has said that partnering the international recording company, Universal Music Group,UMG, would help to elevate African music on the global stage. made this assertion, while announcing signing a partnership deal with Universal Music Group.

UMG, in a statement earlier in the week announced finalizing the acquisition of a controlling interest in Don Jazzy's Mavin Records. It further stated that the deal remains subject to regulatory approval and is expected to close by the end of March 2024.

Confirming the development in a statement posted on his Instagram page, the popular music executive described the partnership as ‘a new chapter in our journey.'

His words: “This partnership is a milestone that recognizes our collective talent and hard work, aiming to elevate African music on the global stage. I'm thrilled to announce that Mavin Records has partnered with Universal Music Group, marking a new chapter in our journey.

“Our collaboration with UMG will bring more music, innovation and opportunities, allowing us to showcase African talent worldwide. While we embark on this exciting new path, our core mission and values will remain intact, ensuring that the essence of Mavin and our commitment to pushing musical boundaries continue to thrive.

“This step forward is a testament to the dedication of our artists, staff and importantly our fans, whose unwavering support has been instrumental in reaching this moment. Together, we look forward to making history, breaking more records and building a lasting legacy,” Mavin records boss wrote on IG.

This breakthrough is coming five years after UMG signed Mavin records' first lady, Tiwa Savage, on the understanding that the songstress' future music would be released by UMG in over 60 countries.

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Mr Ibu reportedly dies at 62, After Prolonged Illness



Mr Ibu reportedly dies at 62, After Prolonged Illness

, Nollywood veteran, has died. The actor, whose real name is John Okarfor, was 62. 

According to multiple reports from sources close to him, the veteran comedian passed away at Evercare Hospital. Many fans have shared condolences on X (formerly Twitter), reminiscing on movies the late actor has featured in.

Details surrounding the cause of death and the veracity of these reports are still unclear. Also, 's family and representatives have yet to comment publicly.

The actor had been battling health issues since October 2023 and had undergone multiple surgeries that led to the amputation of his leg. 

However, updates from his family in November indicated he was recovering.

The news of his death comes less than 24 hours after the demise of Quadri Oyebamiji popularly known as Sisi Quadri, another Veteran Nollywood Actor.

Mr Ibu
Mr Ibu

In 2019, Mr Ibu alleged that his kinsmen paid some of his domestic workers to poison him because of his successful career.

Also, in May 2022, the comic actor again alleged that he was poisoned for the third time.

In an interview with Vanguard, Okafor disclosed that he was already “seeing people on the other side” but God brought him back to life. Watch the interview HERE.

He said: “My illness was perpetrated by people that hate me. They did what they did to me. Later, I was taken to the hospital.

“The doctors are prophets. So, they went into my system and told me what was wrong and what they were going to do. 

“I said ‘Whatever you are going to do, please, do it, let me live because if I die the enemies will laugh'. And then the doctors said ‘Okay, there's no problem'.

Meanwhile, several notable Nollywood figures have posted lighted candles, mourning the actor.

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