Article Wan shares life story with introspective single ‘Judge?Me’

Multiple award-winning singer Article Wan has dropped his highly anticipated ‘Judge Me’ as he shares lessons learned in the music industry.

The new single, which is deeply personal, sees Article Wan unfolding some turn of events in his life with people being judgmental about his actions. 

The lyrics of the song thus provide some form of respite to people going through the same situation, showcasing the power of music to heal and unite people. 

‘Nobody superb, nobody perfect, nobody be saint, nobody 100% and nobody is too clean. Na who tell you say make you judge me, na you just dey vex me. My brother, don’t be quick to judge me…,’ excerpts of the lyrics say as Article Wan expresses his emotion.   

The music sensation on the new masterpiece goes on to express gratitude for a long and stellar life in an interesting storyline. 


Article Wan’s latest single celebrates life, blessings, and acknowledges the challenges that have led to the beautiful moments of stardom. 


The new single is currently availa
ble across various streaming platforms, with the video set to be released in the coming weeks.  

Source: Ghana News Agency

Local musicians need domestic digital platforms – Okraku Mantey

Mr. Mark Okraku Mantey, the Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts, and Culture, says local musicians need a domestic digital platform to distribute their music.

He said the convention where Ghanaian musicians distributed their music on international digital platforms did not yield the desired results of increased revenue.

The international digital platforms, he reiterated, were designed specifically to serve the countries in which they were made.

He said this during the Africa Music Business Dialogue, which was held in Accra.

He said it was imperative that the industry players within the music industry deliberated on how to develop localised distribution platforms specifically for the Ghanaian market.

‘I ask myself what percentage our musicians take from international digital platforms. If it is in Ghana that these musicians are getting this meagre money, then we complain, but since it is an international digital platform, we are excited. Even if it is lower, we will still distribute our songs on their platf
orms. We need our own platforms to distribute our music, and I think we need to have a conversation on how we can develop our own,’ he said.

African Music Business Dialogue is a yearly event that brings players in the music industry together to discuss the future of African music.

The event featured many activities, including an exhibition, panel discussions, workshops on the monetary aspect of the industry, and networking sessions.

Mr. Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro-Agyei, Founder of African Music Business Dialogue, in an address, called for a solution-based conversation to develop measures to address the challenges facing the music industry.

He urged the players in the industry to frequently educate themselves about the industry as trends in the industry kept changing.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Ghanaian songstress Elizha unveils dancehall jam featuring Anthony B

Ghanaian songstress Elizha is on a new dancehall adventure as she features award-winning Jamaican producer and artiste, Anthony B.

The singer/songwriter has unveiled her new single titled ‘Sugar’ as she takes listeners on a rollercoaster dancehall ride with Anthony B, who has worked with some of the best musicians around the world.

The feature is indeed historic, as Elizha becomes the first Ghanaian female artiste to feature a top Jamaican reggae and dancehall icon.

The US-based Ghanaian singer is on a mission to reassert herself as one of the budding musical stars to emerge from Ghana, and she shows no signs of slowing down.

Produced by Kros, the new jam by the American-based Ghanaian musician is her first major collaboration in her career, which has sparkled over the past months.

Elizha has had a remarkable career thus far having been adjudged the Best Female Vocalist at the 2023 Ghana Music Awards USA. The ‘Sugar’ single is available across various streaming platforms.

Source: Ghana News Agency

Kofi Mante drops music video for ‘Bad Boy’ featuring Bisa Kdei

Ghana’s music sensation Kofi Mante has finally released the official video for his hit collaboration ‘Bad Boy,’ featuring multiple award-winning singer Bisa Kdei.?

? The ‘Bad Boy’ single showcases the dynamic synergy between Kofi Mante and Bisa Kdei, two powerhouse artistes known for their distinctive styles and remarkable vocals who talk about real-life happenings.

? With its catchy melodies and irresistible rhythm, the song had already been an anthem, earning a place on playlists in Ghana and around the world.?

? The music video, directed by multi-talented filmmaker Gordon Appiah, brings the lyrics of ‘Bad Boy’ to life with drama and artistic finesse.?

? The relatable events in this short film make it easier for one to understand and appreciate the concept of the song. With so much inside Kofi Mante that he is yet to give to the world, ‘Bad Boy’ is just the beginning.

Source: Ghana News Agency

King Paluta tops music charts with ‘Aseda’ single

Ghanaian musician Thomas Adjei Wireko, popularly known as ‘King Paluta,’ is making waves with his newly released single titled ‘Aseda’.

The ‘Aseda’ song since its release a few days ago is the most searched song on streaming platform Boomplay.

The motivational single has appeared in the top music charts of various music streaming platforms, including Audiomack, Apple Music, and Shazam.

The ‘Aseda’ single, which translates in English as ‘Thanks,’ has received massive radio airplay, with many social media users using the sound on TikTok for their videos.

King Paluta, who is the favourite to win New Artiste of the Year at the upcoming Ghana Music Awards, has been sensational this year with his verse on Rap Fada’s ‘Odo Bi Y3 Bad’ dominating TikTok trends.

The Kumasi-based rapper and singer has made significant strides in his career and produced massive hits last year, which include ‘Yahitte,’ ‘Sika Aba Fie,’ and ‘Aha Ahye.’

Popularly touted as the ‘Hardest rapper,’ King Paluta continues to showcase his vers
atility with some ruthless vocals, which has propelled him to stardom.

Source: Ghana News Agency