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Ebony is ‘back again’ in 2018 as she releases her first ‘hot’ photo

Fans of Ebony Reigns are crushing on the diva of the moment over the latest picture she has just posted on her instagram page.

The proud 90’s badgyal looks ‘serious’ and ‘confident’ in this latest photo as if to say “I am ready to take over the music industry in 2018.”

No doubt she has fittingly captioned this beautiful photo:

“Hey 21018 [with a waving hand emoji]. in less than 18 hours after making this post, the photo has pulled nearly 13, 000 likes with many comments.

Some of the comments read:

“The hustle will pay off in this year @ebony_reigns”

“This girl is something [else] love u ebony 2018 is urs keep the fire burning” “Love from Nigeria @ebony_reigns my dancehall Queen ”

“90s bad gal love yr style” “Nice outfit @ebony_reigns”

“U [are] too beautiful”

“Happy new year, looking forward for the best from you…. I love you”

One of the fans encouraged Ebony, and advised her to be herself and not pay attention to ‘hypocrite’.

He wrote: “The world is full of hypocrites, don’t let them criticise u for been yourself. Do what makes you happy. True fan all day everyday.”

Ebony Reigns, born Pricilla Opoku Agyeman has had a successful career in 2017 with her music releases which all became hit songs.

Ebony Reigns did not reign in music alone but also in music videos.

She is one record as the first female musician to release four videos within a short period of time for some of her songs – ‘Sponsor’, ‘Hustle’, ‘Poison’ and ‘Maame Hw3’.

Her music video of her last song for 2017 ‘Maame Hw3’ pulled over one million views in one month and this got Ebony over the moon.

She has so far won the Artiste of the Year award at the BASS awards beating Samini, Stonebowy; Mz Vee and others.

The ‘Sponsor’ hit maker has also won the Best Female Musician of the Year at the 2017 People’s Celebrity Awards beating Becca, Joyce Blessing; Mz Vee, Efya and several others.

Ebony has revealed that she is currently eyeing the top award for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2018 and that is the Artiste of the Year award.

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I Can’t Perform For Free Even My Management Won’t Allow – Joyce Blessing

The long standing debate has to do with the acceptability or whatsoever regarding gospel artistes charging fees before performing at events. While some are of the view that gospel artistes are not supposed to charge fees before performing, others think otherwise.

Amidst the varied views expressed by the public, Joyce Blessing of Zylofon Music fame has stated categorically that she should be counted out when making the list of gospel musicians who perform for free.

Speaking on Shalom Fm’s ‘Lunch Hour’ show with host Ike De Farmer, Joyce Blessing said, gospel music is a business and should be treated as such.

“Yes, it is ministry but you exchange money; so it’s business. You pay for the video to be shown on television and for your songs to be played on radio as well. If you argue that it is ministry so we should not charge, at the end of the day, how can we continue with the work?”, Joyce questioned.

She added that even if she will desire to perform for free, her management, Zylofon Media/Music, won’t allow because they’ve invested in her.

“We need money to push God’s work. You must charge for performing because everything about music is money. Even Churches take offerings. Aside everything I’m under Zylofon Media. NAM1 has invested into my music career so how do you expect him to make returns? There is no way I can perform for free because my management won’t allow me”, Joyce blessing said.

More importantly, Joyce Blessing advised her colleague gospel musicians to take their charges seriously because their chosen profession is business oriented not charity!!


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4×4 Still Together, Solo Projects Just To Build Brand – Captain Planet

Since Hiplife artiste Captain Planet, who happens to be the leader of multiple award-winning group; 4×4 released his solo hit track ‘Obi Agyi Obi Girl’, he has constantly denied rumours circulating that the group has collapsed.

Captain Planet in a virtual interview with Emcee Bebe, host of Cape 93.3FM’s ‘Entertainment Xtra’ stated emphatically that splitting up is not an option for them – 4×4.

“We just released a group song called ‘Duabo’ just to prove to the doubting Thomases that 4×4 is still intact. We will be releasing songs, album, and videos very soon so people should watch out for it”.

According to Captain Planet, members of the group comprising Coded and Fresh Prince are consequently pursuing solo careers in a move to keep the name of the brand relevant, revealing that a number of singles will be heard from each member of the group subsequently.

“They have their own singles. Prince has like eight singles out. Very soon people will be hearing a lot from us. We are doing that all in the name of building up the group and staying relevant and keeping the brand name alive because it takes a long time for the group to release so whiles people are waiting for the group songs to come out they will be hearing solo songs,” he said.

Captain Planet said he understands the public concerns about the group’s long silence but assured that they are going through a revamp and hope to be better.

As a reminder, 4×4 was formed in 2000 by Captain Planet (Sylvanus Dodji Jeoffrey) and Coded (Raphael Edem Avornyo) with the help of Buk Bak. Fresh Prince (Prince Tamakloe) joined the group in 2007.


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I Used To Sell Condoms And Other Sex Toys To Survive – Nana Boroo Tells Life Story(+Video)

Before the glitz and glamour, those called celebs didn’t have life easy like Mr. Eazi. Some of our celebrities hustled on the streets in the name of daily bread. But as a far times change, some were able to make it big especially Nana Boroo.

Born name Nana Osei Bonsu but commonly known as Nana Boroo has recounted how he suffered on the streets before registering his name on the lips of Ghanaians.

According to the ‘Aya Yɛdɛ’ hitmaker, he used to be selling sex lubricants, condoms, and other sex toys for his survival.

Speaking in an interview on Joy FM’s “Cosmopolitan Mix” show on Tuesday 17th July 2018 with Doreen Andoh, he said he never even thought of becoming popular until he met his colleague SK Blinks with whom he collaborated to release his first Track, “Aha Yɛdɛ”.

“I used to sell stuff. I was selling vibrators, condoms, lubricants, surgical cloths…Very unique yet colourful condoms. My songs took me to places, meeting people and seeing money I never thought I would see”.

He revealed the reasons why he has been off from the music scene was because he engaged himself in other businesses which did not give him enough time for his music.

“I don’t like working under pressure. I don’t even follow the trend. I wanna take time before I put my song out so I look different. I wasn’t so focused on music until last year. I won’t say my art career is over. I take time to research. I love art every day.”

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