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M.anifest thrills in first ever Hitz FM ‘SOLO’



Ghana’s number one entertainment station, Hitz FM, brought fans of the ‘godMC’ close to their artiste than they could ever imagine at the first edition of ‘SOLO’.

With no barricades and any other material hindrance, enthusiasts of M.anifest’s craft even mounted the stage to perform with him at the Cockpit Bar inside the Achimota Retail Centre (Achimota Mall).

The intimate session with fans got so intense that at a point, the rapper had to step back and allow two of his fans rattle lines from his ‘No Where Cool’ album.

Patrons did not only jam to songs from M.anifest but had the rare opportunity of asking him questions which he gladly answered.

One of the key moments of the event was when a fan asked him if he would feature his ‘rival’ Sarkodie on his next single.

After pausing for some few seconds, M.anifest directed the microphone to the crowd and asked: “What do you guys think?”

After receiving a rapturous cheer of approval from the audience, he said: “I’m a man of the people and I listen to the people so after we are going to review the tape but there is a possibility”

He revealed that his next single is, however, ready and it features Nigeria’s Olamide.

M.anifest, born Kwame Ametepee Tsikata, is one of Ghana’s prolific rappers, singers and songwriters.

He won ‘Best Rapper’ and ‘Hip-Hop Song of the Year’ at the 2017 Ghana Music Awards.

He has worked with Damon Albarn, Flea, Tony Allen, Erykah Badu, and has featured on five songs on the Rocket Juice and The Moon album.

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He is the grandson of one of Africa’s foremost ethnomusicologists and composers J.H. Kwabena Nketia.

In 2012, BBC’s arts programme ‘The Strand’ tipped him as one of four acts to look out for in that year.

In 2015, M.anifest’s single ‘Someway Bi’ earned him a third-place honour in the International Songwriters Competition (ISC).

In the same year, The Guardian named M.anifest as “the foremost rapper on the continent.”

He has churned out countless singles and has five albums to his credit.

M.anifest ‘is known for songs like ‘Time No Dey’, ‘Palm Wine & Whisky’, ‘Nowhere Cool’ and a host of others.

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WATCH VIDEOS: Meet the Ghanaian Lady With the Biggest Shocking Curves Ever!



They are the Nicki Minaj and Kim Kardashians of West Africa and one of these hour-glass shaped model has been identified as Pamela Odame Watara.The name may not sound familiar but her face may and she’s gradually becoming a popular person because of the obvious.

Pamela Odame Watara is a model and a music vixen. Her mother is a Ghanaian and her dad a Kenyan but was born in Kenya and moved here at the age of 15…Pamela has an extraordinary hourglass shape and since joining Instagram she’s generated some attention because of the huge size of her breasts.

Pamela stated that, she noticed that her breasts started growing very big at the age of 14 and at the time one was getting bigger than the other, so her mom had to put foam in her bra to match it up but after some months the other one starting developing well to match up.


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Rosemond Brown Reveals The Amount She Spent On New Car (VIDEO)



Rosemond Brown Reveals The Amount She Spent On New Car

Rosemond Brown Reveals The Amount She Spent On New Car

Actress, Rosemond Brown talks about her new car. Moreover, she revealed the amount she spent to acquire the new 2019 registered Kia Fort saloon car.

She spoke about it in an interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM. Furthermore, according to her, the car cost her to an amount close to 15,000 USD. The host pushed her to state the exact figure she used. However, Rosemond hesitated and refused to reveal.

Furthermore, the host asked how she got that huge amount of money from to pay that amount. The actress intimated that she had many ambassadorial contracts and advertising jobs in 2018. Also, they inlcuded the few acting and guest appearances she made at events.

Rosemond Brown also added that unlike the other celebrities, she saved her hard earned money to buy something substantial in her one-year involvement on social media and confidently confirmed that she works on social media through fooling for a living.

“When I get money I don’t spend it in my mouth, I don’t lavishly use it on luxurious trips around the world. People criticize me that I don’t do make-up but I want them to know what I use my money for…”

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WATCH VIDEO: Lilwin RepIies ACCUSERS Of NAM 1, Menzgold Customers & His New Rose Royce



Award-winning actor, Kojo Nkansah Lilwin describes Ghanaians. According to him, a section of the Ghanaian populace are very ungrateful and chameleons. Moreover, there suuported the name of Nana Appiah Mensah (NAM1) when things were good. However, now their stories are different.

He made these statements during an interview with Foster Aggor on Orange FM. The host asked him if he truly had savings with the collapsed company, Menzgold. He stated that he actually had some savings with the company. However, he was reluctant to publicly admit.

Also, he revealed that he was shy to talk about whether his money was at Menzgold. This was because he heard people say that all those who saved with the gold buying firm are very greedy. Therefore, he decided not to talk about it. This is in order not to be labeled as a greedy person.

Lilwin further started on the show that another thing that was quite shocking to him in all of these Menzgold brouhahas was how all of a sudden all the people who were enjoying with the name of NAM1 and hailing him decided to disassociate themselves and nail him.


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