Archive | March, 2011

Madeleine Glatz Quits Miss West Africa – UK

Cameroon born model, Madeleine Glatz has quit her post as Miss West Africa International-UK. Madeleine was crowned Miss West Africa International-UK, in Novemeber 2010 but has resigned citing problems regarding restrictions in her contract. Madeleine posted a note online, entitled “Breach of Agreement with Miss West Africa” and it read as follows Hey Everyone, First […]

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Gamu’s Lawyer To Use Zola Budd Case in BIA Challenge

Former X Factor contestant, Gamu Nhengu, will use South African runner, Zola Budd’s case in her challenge against a deportation order by the UK’s Border and Immigration Agency (BIA). The Eveningtimes.co.uk reports that Gamu Nhengu’s lawyers “are now planning to invoke the law used to fast-track South African Budd’s British citizenship in the 1980s.” Budd […]

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Meet Miss Babela, Stylist and Singer Extraordinaire

She is from Kinshasa, DRC, she lives in France and she is talented. She represents a fresh crop of contemporary artists from the central African side of the world. Miss Babela is a rapper, singer and stylist whose work is of outstanding quality. She has come from collaborating on fashion, with big names such as […]

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Check Out: Siphu Zee’s “You Know You Got A Wifey”

It’s a Friday and some may be going out tonight. Some in that crowd will be on a mission. If you are female and you are not intending to tolerate any attention from the married guys, here is your song. Siphu Zee’s “You Know You Got A Wifey” is jazzy/RnB/Afro tune with a message. To […]

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FACE Honours Kidjo, Okafor and Other Luminaries

Angelique Kidjo is a fascinating African committed to excellence who continues to use her love of music to inspire change in Africa. A very proud African, Kidjo has become Africa’s most internationally celebrated musician of her time and has won numerous awards including a Grammy Award and an NAACP Image Award for outstanding world music. […]

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Ghana 54th Independence Celebrations in New York

Ghanaians in London came together some two weeks ago and did their thing, now it’s New York’s turn with Ghana 54th Independence Concert. This event is promising to be equally as hot as it’s UK counterpart. Headlined by “Lady” singer Ofori Amponsah and hosted by MCs Papa Links and Flipman, there is no going wrong for […]

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Nneka Inspiring Youth With Vote Campaign

Hip hop/soul artist Nneka Egbuna has been on the road lately, with a non musical mission this time around. After endorsing VoteorQuench, a volunteer-based grassroots campaign in Nigeria earlier this year, she has been on the road and on cyber networks campaigning for the youth to get actively involved and vote in Nigeria’s upcoming elections. […]

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Have You Heard “Nah Who” by King Lexy ft JJC Skillz

King Lexy is definitely sitting on the musical throne, because as far as we are concerned, his last single “Nah Who” is a kingly track. In the song Lexy is asking the ladies, which one of them he will be taking home to introduce to his mother, while introducing his kingly Hausa language. The chorus […]

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Mo Eazy’s Make Your Move Video Shoot

Mo Eazy first came out in 2010 with the “Mixtape Movement” and the hit single Red Carpet. As result, he collected up to 5 awards in his homeland of Nigeria, now he is coming back with the single “Make Your Move”. The single was officially released on 11/01/11, and as usual, Mo Eazy does it […]

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Asamoah Gyan Named Most Popular Entertainer in Ghana

Sunderland FC and Ghana international football star, Asamoah Gyan was last weekend named most popular entertainer in Ghana, for 2010. Asamoah Gyan, who is also known as “Baby Jet”, won the award at the Most Popular Entertainer of Ghana (MPEG) ceremony, which was held on Saturday. At the same ceremony, Asamoah Gyan was also named […]

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K’Naan Wavin Flag For Libya

The song ‘Wavin Flag’ by rapper K’naan, a Somalian Canadian has become the worldwide freedom anthem of the youth generation. When asked in an interview with Charlie Gillis for MacLean’s magazine, what it was about the song that held such universal appeal, the rapper replied, “No one knows the answer to that. If we did, […]

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Ghana Born UK Based Qwesi Returns Home

18/03/2011 by Nana Yaw Wiredu Ghana born UK based artist Eric Kwesi Sika, musically known as QWESI will be making a memorable U-turn to his mother land Ghana, after so many years of doing music in the United Kingdom. QWESI’s coming to Ghana is part of plans for a great exposure party. He will also […]

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