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Musician “Luminary” Begs Shatta Wale To Bless him with a verse On His Song

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Ghanaian afro pop artiste, Luminary has pleaded with Shatta wale just to have a collaboration with him.

According to the ‘Agyeiwaa’ hit-maker, even is Shatta Wale is not ready for their collaboration, Shatta Wale should just cough on his song.

Luminary made this humble request in an interview with Kumikasa.com on Wednesday 11 September , 2019.

“I have a high opinion of Shatta Wale because of what he is doing for Ghana music. He is one of the biggest artistes in Ghana and I admire for his success.He encourages me a lot and I can boldly say I don’t regret looking up to him as my mentor,” said Luminary.

Luminary made this appeal when asked which Ghanaian artiste he wish to work with.

He however added that, ‘It will be good to work with the “Kakai” hitmaker because of his huge following and his God given talent’.

“Let me use this opportunity to call for support from Ghanaians, For the past two months I’ve been trying to reach Shatta Wale but all efforts have failed. He don’t pick my calls.Therefore, let me use this opportunity to urge Ghanaians to plead to Shatta wale on my behalf. Even I will be glad if he coughs on my song”.

Luminary is Ghanaian afro pop artiste who is currently making waves with his song “Agyeiwaa”

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Meet “Nana Gari” The 60 Year Old Musician Who Aspires To Win The 2020 VGMA Artiste Of The Year

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Music like education has no age barrier and thus no matter your age you can still pursue a career in any of the fields but starting a career at an older seems to be a tough decision but sensational musician Nana Gari has challenged himself to start his music career at age 60.

According to Nana Gari Growing up, he had always wanted to do music, but it was rather unfortunate I did not get anyone nor any means to make my dream come true. But I was inspired by rich Shuga to start the music and that’s how I got into music.

His kinda music is basically meant to swipe off your feet unto the dance floor. It’s called traditional hiplife and trusts me it has come to stay meaning everyone is gonna enjoy. I get my inspiration from life and it’s happening.

Alot of things happen in life some positive others, negative, good, bad, ugly, sweet, bitter, sad, funny…..a whole lot so things that happen in life inspire my music to also inspire someone or motivate them. As my music states “Ol3 GA” someone might come from afar to set up a business here in Accra and might not result as expected. All these inspire my kind of music.

Nana Gari disclosed that his biggest challenge has always been getting a manager to help support my music. In Ghana doing music without a Manager is something else thus getting to the top would be a hard nut to crake. I am currently working on my two next singles (bangers ). I want Ghana to just watch out and still believe in me.

Nobody knows what tomorrow holds but all I will say is to be able to have about 3 albums in the next 2 yrs. I just believe the future for NANA GARI is gonna shine exceedingly. I would like to tell an upcoming artist not to give up. They should keep pushing harder and harder until their time come.

However upcoming artiste shouldn’t follow the crowd on reaching there by any means they should have at the back of their mind that one step at a time. I want my fans to know to love them all for their time and support and I promise to always deliver.

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‘A Text Message Medikal Sent To Me Changed My Life’ : Fameye

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In a new interview, Singer Fameye, whose two beautiful tracks, ‘ Nothing I Get ‘ and ‘ Mati ‘ have become street anthems all over Ghana, revealed how he struggled to make any progress when he was an ‘ underground ‘ artist.

Fameye had a rather sad childhood, having lost both parents before he grew up. To make matters worst for him, his music career was gloomy as he struggled to make any impression on his listeners which was even compounded by mockery from people.

The mockery started when people told him that Medikal, who was Fameye’s junior in school, was making it big whiles he was nowhere near his level.

He told Sammy Flex that this got him frustrated and he consequently tried everything within his power to ‘blow’ at all cost.

He said Medikal upon realizing how he (Fameye) was desperate to catch up sent him a message that inspired him to work harder and focus on his craft.

And that message, he noted, changed his life forever.

source: Kubilive.com

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Kelvyn Boy’s New Manager Unveiled As They Go On Europe Tour

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Kelvyn Boy is currently on tour in Europe to sell his music not only to Ghanaians over there but to all music lovers.

He is not alone, he is on the tour with the former manager of Stonebwoy, Blakk Cedi whom many people have alleged poached him from Burniton Music group.

Although Kelvyn Boy has not come out to admit that he is now signed on Black Arm record label owned by Blakk Cedi, taking him on tour in Europe and Blakk Cedi publicly playing the role gives sufficient reasons for Ghanaians to jump into the conclusion.

As of now, both Blakk Cedi and Kelvyn Boy are tight-lipped on the role they all played to bring the standoff between Stonebwoy and his former signee, Kelvyn Boy.

It’s for the same reason none of them are publicly admitting they are now having a professional relationship as an artist and manager.

From what KUBILIVE gathered, Blakk Cedis unknown to Stonebwoy signed Kelvyn Boy to his record label when Kelvyn was supposed to be signed to Stonebwoy’s Burniton Music.

When the information reached Stonebwoy, not only did he kick Kelvyn Boy out, Blakk Cedi who has been his manager from day one and literally fought for him also got kicked out.

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