Veteran dancer Adjetey Sowah says education did not mean much to him when he was growing up. According to him, he used to skip school on numerous occasions because he was making money while dancing. “I regret that,” the celebrated dancing champion told JoyNews’ Noella Kharyne Yalley in an interview.
Entertainment pundit Kwesi Ernest has advised musicians against downplaying the significance of managers, record labels and companies in their career development. Speaking on Daybreak Hitz, on Hitz FM Monday, he said, it is disheartening to hear artistes discredit the management they worked with even though they had help moving from
Kanye West’s latest stunt against the recording academy — involving the artist urinating on one of his Grammys — didn’t sit well with fellow winner and frequent award show host, LL Cool J. The Hip-Hop veteran, 52, shared his frustration with West, 43, being “disrespectful” towards the trophy and what it represents
CEO of RuffTown Records believes that laws governing the country are hindering the growth of record labels and the creative arts industry. According to Bullet, some laws are preventing talents and labels from taking up numerous projects to help support the industry. “Record labels do not make money from just
Gospel musician Joyce Blessing and husband’s marriage breakdown became the subject of discussion some months ago. News came out that their marriage broke down as a result of infidelity on both sides. It went rife that Joyce Blessing cheated on her husband with her gym instructor whose name we only
The United Nations and Kofi Annan collaborative awards handed to many top Ghanaian personalities and celebrities including Sarkodie, D-Black, Berla Mundi, Nathaniel Attoh have proven to be fake. The fake award scheme which is titled the Global Blueprint Excellence Award was held last week Friday, August 28, in Accra at
Ruby, who created the much-loved characters alongside his creative partner Ken Spears, died of natural causes in California on Wednesday. “He never stopped writing and creating, even as he aged,” said his grandson Benjamin Ruby. Warner Bros’ animation president, Sam Register, said Ruby “made Saturday mornings special for so many