Years after missing in action, Ghanaian trio, TC Clique, has announced a comeback to their music career; this time, for good.
The group which emanated from Sekondi-Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana in 2002 is out with two new songs titled ‘We Come From Ghana’ and ‘Mr DJ’.
TC Clique, an acronym for Twin City Clique, many years ago brought together over seven emcees to form the group. Their common interest at the time was to raise the bar and achieve higher heights after groups like Sass Squad and TH4 Kwagees had emerged.
In 2003, some of the members of the group opted out to pursue other interests with only three members like Marcus Guy, [...]
Akuma Mama Zimbi (middle) and Afua Asantewaa Aduonum (right)
The maiden edition of the Ghana Outstanding Women Awards (GOWA) has been launched at a very colourful ceremony in Accra.
Billed to take place on November 30, 2018, the awards will confer honours on Ghanaian women who have impacted the growth of the country in areas such as politics, health, education, sports and showbiz.
Mrs. Afua Asantewaa Aduonum, founding president of GOWA, said at the launch of the event that women have played “vital roles in our socio-economic setting yet the society, especially Ghana, has, to a large extent, failed to recognise their efforts.”
“However, GOWA has a strong [...]
Adomaa, an amazing singing talent and former VGMA Unsung winner, has been signed to Aftown and she is getting ready to wow music lovers with a double EP titled ‘Adomaa Vs Adomaa’.
It is her second project ever and will showcase the talent of the multi-faceted artiste as she wades through sounds of her jazz, R&B and soul roots on one of the EPs to varied sounds in the Afrobeats and highlife genres.
The project promises to give old and new fans alike an experience of Adomaa like they have never seen. It is available for pre-order on Aftown.com now.
The first EP will be released on Saturday, September 8, 2018, with the second EP to come out on [...]
Lydia Forson and Adjetey Anang have hoisted Ghana’s flags high by winning major awards at the 2018 edition of Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award (AMVCA).
The two celebrated actors brought honour to their country at the awards ceremony held in Nigeria on Saturday night as the only winners from Ghana.
Lydia Forson was adjudged best supporting actress for her role in a Nigerian movie titled ‘Isoken’, adding to other laurels she won this year.
She beat equally good African actresses such as Emem Inwang, Ebele Okaro, Funlola Afofiyebi-Riami, Dorcas Shola Fapson and Toyin Abraham to win category.
Adjetey Anang also won the best actor drama [...]