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B4bonah Has Not Quit Music, He Is Joking – Fameye

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B4bonah Has Not Quit Music, He Is Joking - Fameye

Ghanaian singer, Fameye, has revealed that his colleague B4bonah has not quit music but he is just joking. 

The singer who is known for his hit single “Dear God” got him an award at the VGMA’s and afterwards he went silent and we could bearly hear from him until he totally went off the scenes. However, some few days, a photo of the singer surfaced on the internet and his fans were quite worried about it. Apparently, he was having fun with his family at that particular moment. 

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A fan quizzed the rapper about his music career after a disturbing photo his hit the internet. Surprisingly the singer and rapper revealed he has stopped the music, saying, “Better best thanks & you? But the music de3 I shon”.

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According to Fameye in an interview with Arnold on Zylofon, the “Long Life” hitmaker  said B4bonah is joking. “I feel he is joking because l spoke to him not too long ago and he is fine. Everyone and the way they do their things”. However, Fameye has a song with him and that has made more people to listen to the music. Please listen to him in the video below. Thank you. 

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King Lagazee To Feature On A Mix Tape With Jamaican Artistes Dubbed “Reggae Loves Unity”

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King Lagazee To Feature On A Mix Tape With Jamaican Artistes Dubbed “Reggae Loves Unity”

Hitz FM reggae dancehall presenter, King Lagazee has been chosen from Ghana to feature on a mix tape with the likes of Jamaican artistes Jah Cure, Busy Signal, Tarrus Riley and others on VP Records. 

King Lagazee who is excited about his selection, thanked Natasha Von Castle who called to inform him about the mix tape. He also narrated how it all happened and how excited he is. “I was there on May 13, 2020 in the evening, l received an email from Natasha Voncastle who happens to be the owner of the leading magazine in Canada and also a rep for VP Records. 

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She sent me an email pertaining to VP Records preparing to release a compilation dubbed “Reggae Loves Unity” with Sizzla, Busy Signal, Tarrus Riley and others. What she told me was, VP is selecting prominent selectors across the globe so do a mixtape on this particular Reggae Loves Unity and l have been chosen from Ghana, so if really and truly l’m interested, l should do mix and send it to VP and put it on their page. 

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I did the mix and sent it to her and before l could say jack, VP Records put the mix on Sound Cloud and Audiomack page. I want all Ghanaians to go there and stream it”. 

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Ghanaians Should Have Had Enough Patience – Emelia Brobbey On “Fa Me Ko” Backlash

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Ghanaians Should Have Had Enough Patience - Emelia Brobbey On “Fa Me Ko” Backlash

Actress and musician Emelia Brobbey, says fans were quick to judge her on her first song “Fa Me Ko”. 

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The actress and musician received lots of backlash after she released the song. Speaking on Daybreak Hitz with Andy Dosty, Emelia noted that, fans should have been patient rather than criticizing her. She also disclosed that, none of the artistes she has worked with demanded payment. 

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“I think they have come to realize that, they should have taken time and be patient with me, because it was my first time. Anything you do at the beginning will not be smooth, so they should have given me time. I’m sure they think they are now beginning to understand me, so they need to relax not to criticize but enjoy what l’m doing. That is what l think”, she said. 

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