January 2019




Bulldog, the artiste manager for Zylofon media has revealed that Ghanaian artistes will not be able to compete with these Nigerian and other African artistes from the perspective of performing to a huge audience outside the country if they do not change their mentality towards each other.

Bulldog explained that, though the Nigerians also have problems in their entertainment industry BUT they are all united and that is the main reason they achieve greatness.

In a discussion on why no Ghanaian artistes participated in the 02Arena concert in London, Bulldog made an assertion that, Ghanaians seems to be born hurting each other, Nigerians are tagged with money laundry(fraud) and in a way to change their narrative,Its is not about money or Nigerians but rather making waves in music  to clean their bad attribute through unity and music.


It not a big deal for only two people Wizkid and Davido to perform concert at 02 arena and full up the auditorium but it times Ghanaians  stop hurting each other and come together with  a collective agenda to put Ghana music industry on  the map as the Nigerians are doing.

Until artiste unite as a working force and  push Ghana music forward and stop being selfish and greedy, Ghana music will not achieve greatness. He concluded.

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Phrame, born to the name Benjamin Arkorfu a young and upcoming Ghanaian rapper has stated that the use of swear words in the lyrics of songs makes  boring song. He further explained that music is generally made to advice people and that is why he chooses not to use swear words in his lyrics.

using swear and course lyrics is like living with nephews and nieces and constantly using the “N”and the “F” words,obviously they will start picking up and eventually retaliate with such same words when you offend them.

People use offensive words  just to make headways  in news bulleting but Phrame responded that, He rather tell story to inspire, give hope and set an exemplary steps for young ones to follow. He added.

Phrame in a dialogue with Andy also claim ten music video and full album to his  credit.


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Ghanaian based fast rising rapper, Amakye who has been through the MTN hitmaker reality show,explained why there is no need going back to the hitmaker journey again ,he stated that, the MTN hitmaker aim at grooming young, creative and talented boys and girls who are gifted musically and that was his primary  goal  for participation.

Amakye unleashes, he has no intentions of going back to the reality show.
Amakye further explained that, the reality show to him was a platform to get the exposure and sell his talent to the public and he has achieved that so there will be no need for him to go back to compete in the reality show again.

In a convoy with Andy Dosty,Amakye reveled that,he had couple of his own written song on iCloud even before going to the reality show but Ghanaian didn’t use to know him before the MTN hitmaker show but people started visiting his songs after he had received the exposure from the reality show.

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Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei, known by his stage name Trigmatic, is a Ghanaian rapper and songwriter from Accra, the my life hitmaker recently  honored some veteran Musicians to mark 10 years of doing music.

Dubbed ‘My Life Concert,which took place at Alliance Francaise with a beautiful mix of highlife, reggae, dancehall and afrobeat’s in grand style.
its was a memorable peek when Trigmatic took the privilege to honor South African artiste Hugh Masekela, highlife giant J.A. Adofo and ace guitarist Aka Blay.

Performance of the moment was  breath taking and waaaw when A.I. came on to sing gospel worship songs with Trigmatic and
J.A. Adofo’s son also was on board to do renditions of two of his father’s classics.
The show staged story-telling session with Trigmatic’s primary school music teacher & renowned flutist (Dela Botri) who joined him later on stage to do a few songs.

Yaa Yaa,Nana Yaa and Gyedu Blay Ambulley brought some delight to the concert with his style of rap.
Yaa Yaa and NaaYaa.

Deputy High Commissioner of South Africa H.E Thapelo Madumane who also accepted a citation of honour on behalf of Hugh Masekela’s family.

Kumasi, Takoradi, Cape Coast and finally in Tamale will also have a feel of the my life concert,Trigmatic added.

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Fashion they say is what you buy, but style is what you do with it”. For the past four years, one amazing lady has been doing magic in creating the visual style and appearance of the most decorated rapper in Africa – Sarkodie and some other international acts and has made a business out of it.

Today on innovation ,we are honored to share with with you one of Ghana’s celebrity stylist Nana Odum who is the brain and brand behind TrendyRail.
Ghanaian born, but UK raised and based Nana Odum, popularly known as TrendyRail, a full time stylist whose passion got flared up by a happenstance during her five years’ work experience as a visual Merchandiser. Her love for styling has now led to building a business out of her passion.
The now pro stylist who started off in 2014, but branded properly to position herself well in 2015 traced her creativity to her bloodline, saying, almost everyone in her family is creative in some sort of way. To oust the fear of being an ordinary stylist, TrendyRail goes out of her way to make her style have a perfect blend of antiquity while the essential 21st ubiquitous looks are not downplayed.

The daring stylist who has over the years worked with the likes of Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Wande Coal, Koredo Bello, Kuami Eugene, Kidi and MzVee has changed the face of artistic looks and artiste appearance. She is poised on expanding her territories, but faced with some impervious; understanding the need for a stylist by arts, funds as well as the will to stand out.
TrendyRail is open to working with other artists on the continent if approached with a good deal. Be on the lookout for her new creations which will soon be released.

I meet this young lady in the studios of multimedia and her patience and responds to layman’s ignorance on fashion and styling was incredible and believe you enjoy  her presence as you support her career.

Watchout for TrendyRail website and office opening soon in Ghana.

follow her on instagram@trendyrail

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“No man is indeed an Island, sometimes you need strong, committed and loyal people to climb the obstacle life present to you.”

This are the rhymes of Enoch Nana Yaw Oduro- Agyei, popularly known as Trigmatic in the entertainment circles, in his reflection to his past life experiences, he recall how he really  had tough life growing up.

In an interview with Andy Dosty on the daybreak hitz show, the talented rapper shared a bit of his life experience when growing.

I practically lived with my grandma and friends when growing up and I had my first phone in my friend’s house, he lamented.

Trigmatic  also reveal how his grandmother shed tears of joy when he won the best rapper of the year in 2011.

He went on to say that, he believes his suckles in his growing up has directly or indirectly imparted his personality today.

Trigmatic, has been consistent in the industry after winning ‘Best Rapper of the Year’ in 2011, has gone on to win ‘Best Collaboration of the Year’ at the 2013 and ‘Record of the Year’ at the 2014 edition of the Ghana Music Awards.

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CKC (born Christian Adarkwa Nelson) is a Ghanaian Music Video Director, Editor and Cinematographer. He is the founder and CEO of CKC Africa and Memorial Ghana, a production Organization that specialise in the realms of new media arts, film, television, Photography, funeral home, and video.

He was ranked on Tanoe Ghana’s Top 100 Student’s Entrepreneurs in 2016 – 2018.He is named among Ghana’s Young Most award nominated Entrepreneur and Music Video Director’s List in Ghana and international Entrepreneurs’ and Music Video Directors list. In 2016, he was involved in Youth Web Campus Time TV as a Director.


CKC has directed music videos for recording artists across an array of genres and generations, including IWAN, Mohammed Awal, Prince Adebayo and K.B YIADOM. In 2017, he shot the TV commercial for Ayisaa Bitters, which was a product of Kwayisi Christian Herbal Clinic, Agombia Capsule Advert for U-LIFE Company, De- Chris baby Diaper’s and Frankies Food Commercials.


 Nelson has also shot a good number of documentaries and Corporate Videos. In August 2018, NAFTI SRC honoured Nelson for his creativity as the Best TV Commercial and Content Creator.




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“For I know the thought I have for you, good thought to take you through that perfect ending, says the lord.”
If you are like me, then sorry because you can claim and deceive yourself that you are multi-talented person, stop lying, Brethren you are not, THERE IS CONFUSION.
Growing up in a catering house made me feel like I can cook different food in few hours .I have always believe am multi-talented girl, like I flex with it, soon I realized am simply confuse about my purpose in life and that has been my weakness all this years.
I participated in all that comes handy. After my secondary education, my target goal was to be a nurse and that took me (7)seven good years to find myself but do you know how that seven years wasted could have help me, possibly to achieve a lot.

Staying at home for all this year’s made me do a lot of crazy things like pediatrics, early childhood education, diploma in computer secretariat, certificate in cake and sugar craft artistry, SQR in data base management, photography, I even went to the extent of teaching and establishing cleaning company.
Growing up, my life was simply tatted in two skills identified by my parent, my mom wished I study Television broadcasting or secretarial kind of profession whilst my dad wanted me to be a nurse. Honestly I had love the two suggested profession for me but I didn’t know who to look up to or someone to motivate me to be like. I struggled to choose my dad’s side because I thought it was a descent profession but destiny did not permit me.

This is to my fellow moms and dad, please don’t choose what kids have to be for them but observe their weakness and strength and help them to choose what they fit doing.

Life was totally confusing for me as a young girl trying to find my purpose in life, until February 2016.
My love for photography and talking to the camera generated my interest in talking to the camera as I funnily use to call it.
I recorded my first video on YouTube, it wasn’t perfect but it felt fulfilling and accomplishing, the passion and love grew more than I imagine, sooner people notice my works and advice I do television producing and direction.
Indeed they say time flies, seconds, minute, weeks, months and seconds wipe Two years like tinder swipe.
It’s wasn’t easy going back to school after my long absent in class, but through it all faithful is our God.
Am now a graduate of GHANA NATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION INSTITUTE, doing my intern at multimedia limited.
Am happy doing what my life was made to be, Trust me there is nothing simplifying and satisfying in life like living a fulfilling life.
I don’t know what your struggles are in finding yours but one thing I can inspire you on is that, don’t give up on what you really want to do with your life but I can assure you to trust every step of it,grab each opportunity and channel every weakness into your strength.
I have not given up on my nursing career, even dou am comfortably enjoying my profession now.
Feel free to comment and share your journey and let inspire.
Life is tooooo long make good use of it.

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Cynthia Tima Yeboah (born 17th September) is a Ghanaian actress ,media practitioner and a Tv presenter (Adom Tv). She found mainstream success following her rousing performance in the Twi-language movie Asem Asa. Asem Asa was cited as the movie that most Ghanaians bought in 2007, a fact that is attributed to Tima’s lead role performance in the film. Although often overshadowed by her English-speaking counterparts across West Africa, Tima, in recent times has gathered a strong loyal following of her own among Ghanaians as the host of Kumkum Bhagya on Adom Tv.
Tima holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Jayee University college and a single mother of Two.


Early Life
Tima was born in Obuasi, Ghana, on 17 September. To Her Mother Mary Andzi Quainoo and her Father Mr.Felix Kwaah Yeboah
She is the first child of her Dad but the 5th of her mum.
Childhood was very Rosy for her because her dad was working with Ashanti Goldfields then and was a senior staff,she started  kidyland day care then proceeded to St.Magaret Educational Complex for her primary and Junior high in 2001 at Albert Sam  Memorial and  Ghana National College where she studied general Arts and proceeded  to the  Institute of Business Mgt and Journalism and graduated with a diploma in Journalism and later went to Jayee University College to do a top up and graduated with Bachelors degree in Journalism after she was posted to Multimedia group limited to do her National service and after service she stayed home for a year and was employed as a channel executive back at Multimedia where she still works currently. Her Career at multimedia started when a producer director called Yaw Sarfo assigned her to read voice and she impressed him, there and then she started reading everyday entertainment voice over stories for The Red Carpet show and one day she was asked to co host the show with ib ,that is where her presenting skills were been recognized, fast forward to today she’s the host of Adom TV’s 7:30pm Indian novella belt which has featured shows like kumkum bagya which earned her showbiz name Tima kumkum, kuch rang and now Kawach. Shes also the host of Aben show a cooking show also aired on Adom tv Saturdays at 10 am, aside that she host the late night chat show a radio love, sex and relationship show on hitz fm Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10pm.



Mainstream success

Yaa Tima stumbled into acting when her good friend and collegue in the industry now Prince Minkah saw the potential in her and invited her to Abrabo mu nsem as a panel and right at the minute she spoke Actress Naana Hayford told her shes bold and should try Acting and that is where her Journey Began ,she once had a call from her friend Prince Minkah to come for an Audition and when she went she was casted as a witch a minor role, now on set she was just talking on phone and the continuity man Asare Bediako heard her talking called her and told her to come for and audition hes holding for his first movie ,lo and behold she went for the Audition and was casted as the lead role Sandra for Asem Asa Movie and that was her road to success.

Her Performance in Asem Asa opened the road to roles, landing her a lot of supporting roles in countless Kumawood movies .
In 2017 Tima became a household name when she was made a temporal host for Kumkum Bhagya Chatroom on Adom Tv.


African Tetiary Enterpreneurs Awards (showbiz star foundation of the year 2018)

Ghana Outstanding women awards (outstanding woman, young TV HOST 2018)


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Nobody forget how bad they hurt you but the saddest part is how you are drain in your present about your past. When past calls don’t answer because it has nothing good for you.

It’s sad to hear when the bible say love your enemies. It the weirdest thing encounter in my life.

Trust me I believe if you say I want to but I can’t, just seeing them makes me frantic, I can still recall it like an hour ago. There is no thoroughbred to describe that total weakness.I won’t and nobody should because it a total self-forgiving process abashing sometimes but going through transform your life forever.

Everybody has a different dimension in their past experience and that the beauty of life.

Until you pray for understanding and take time off to analyze the situation, you will never forgive him, her or yourself.

You can take advantage, cheat, dupe, and do your worse, still she/he/them won’t count your past deeds but still open up to you like nothing has happen, I chose to be angry and ask why are you doing what you doing?

Miss claudette always say that, the basics of how bad you are hurt is you the individual, yes you heard me, isn’t that crazy ?how can I make someone hurt me this bad, let consider relationship matters since it the common among youngsters encounters today, I mostly chance praise for bad behavior.

He’s dirty, that all men are, he will change

He doesn’t care, he’s had relationship challenge and he will pull through

He always lie his way to get what he want from you, he will change.

Relatable? Continue, add on your experience………

I understood my sister’s principle to lay the issues before me and followed her process to let go.


There is no solution without problems and vice versa, sometimes our problems looks not physical remember my dad disappointed me on the early age of my life, he was my first love but hatred grew in me and I ask how my own dad could do this to me, I wanted to forgive him so I decided to let go, My way of letting  go was  by praying for him,  one day in my dream God reveal something shocking to me and from that day, my heart started to I ask God to help me to let go.


In letting  go of my disappointment I realize that, I  had a role and responsibility of understanding my dad on the situation at hand but I pictured it in a wrong way which made me crown myself in hatred. I  could have been patient  but I concluded the situation.

Stop being the victim and blaming others. See through that pain, enlighten your success with those poisonous past.

I played the victim and blame my dad severally that if he had paid that money for me to get admission to enter the nursing , my life would have been better by now, but trust me nothing happen for no reason, all things work together for good. Trust me, I feel accomplished now for what am doing now than that of the nursing carrier. Today I have something to inspire you my cherish a tv producer direction, and a blogger now. Its took me seven good years to stop blaming and playing the your turn to pursue that change and find yourself too.


I let go all the depressions and hatred after seven good years, focus on me and me alone, my life was here, now before my two eye to pick the pieces together and swipe the past like seeing unqualified guy on tinder, lol, took my future in focus and now enjoying.


One funny thing about forgiving your past start from you, you, you, and yourself before the other party, after that dream about my dad, I totally forgave myself and that of my father. The gratitude is unending, To God be the glory. Today I can talk to him like I use to with fun and enjoyment. It never too late to forgive our past and enjoy forgiving.

Trust me, your past dilemma is also affecting people who love you, your tears, depression and stress is becoming contagious, So do yourself and everybody a great favor, let go


Do something different today and welcome something different back into your life.

it’s always refreshing and relaxing doing something new and fulfilling, take a day or weekend swimming, going out of your town, see different things that can help you think, see and do new things that you can  channel your energy on.

I practically left my hometown to the city just to find myself and let myself go all the past and trust me ,it worth the move. After four good God blessing years,  I discovered my real inner Passion that is fulfilling. I can say this past experience has really shape me in all tremendous ways.

Don’t pick up the calls of your past, for they have nothing new to give you.

Enjoy your  new let go self.


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