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Here is why Irene Logan must return to the microphone

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Ghanaian-based Liberian singer and songwriter, Irene Logan, performed at the late former President JJ Rawlings funeral yesterday. 

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She gained popularity as a member of the music duo Irene and Jane, composed of herself and Efya. The duo competed in the maiden edition of the Stars of the Future talent show in 2006, where Logan emerged the winner. She also gave us some hit songs like “My Mind Dey”, “Run Away” and others.

Irene gave a beautiful performance accompanied by the mass choir and the National Symphony Orchestra, at the funeral of the late Jerry John Rawlings which was held at the Black Star Square. Her performance got people talking, hence she has to return to the mic. 

Please check out the reactions below: 

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Frederick Nuetei Nortey known professionally as Frederick Nortey is a Ghanaian Celebrity Blogger and publicist.He founded fredericknuetei.com an entertainment website and blog that primarily publishes news about Ghanaian Celebrities.

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Choirmaster reveals how President Akufo-Addo used and dumped music group Praye after election 2020

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Member of Praye music group, Eugene Baah, popularly known as Praye Honeho, and Choirmaster, has revealed how President Akufo-Addo and the NPP used and dumped the group. 

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According to him, the group did not receive any reward from the ruling government and the NPP contrary to the agreement reached and promises made. He added that if the president could not fix the common music group, then he certainly cannot fix the country. 

He was proud of himself for not being part of his colleagues who were used and dumped. Post below; 

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I can win the Grammys if I get more support – Kuami Eugene

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Highlife singer, Kuami Eugene says he can win the Grammys if Ghanaians support him more. 

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The ‘Open Gate’ hitmaker opined that previous winners of music’s biggest award aren’t any better than him. Speaking in an interview with Giovani Caleb on TV3 he added this: “This support, if it keeps coming likes this, chale, we go fi take the Grammy some. Whoever take the Grammy. Whoever take am be human being,” 

“As we dey here, if we keep supporting like this, and I love the way Ghanaians are supporting. Make we do more. And we can go.” Watch the video below: 

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