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Blakk Rasta

Although Reggae artiste, Blakk Rasta, is yet to be nominated for a Grammy award, the Barack Obama hitmaker says winning a Grammy award is a done deal.

His current and eighth album, Kuchoko Revolution distributed globally by VP Records has been selected for consideration for nomination for the 2018 Grammy Awards in the Reggae Album category.

In an interview with Showbiz last Sunday, Blakk Rasta said, “there is no turning back, I know that we are going to get nominated and we will go ahead to win. Kuchoko is the most daring Reggae album in the past 20 years, it is original and authentic.

Gospel musician, Celestine Donkor says Ghanaian journalists are shallow minded because she can easily predict their questions whenever she is called for interview.

She doesn't have to brainstorm before answering the questions. The ‘Okronkronhene’ hitmaker added that the one-way method of asking questions doesn’t bring out the best in the interviewee.

Ghanaian music giant, Samini will be touring 7 cities in Ghana during the yuletide, Citi Showbiz has learnt.

Samini, who recently appointed Africa 1 Media as his new Management Team, will kick off the bus tour during the festive season, making stops for performances in Tarkwa, Takoradi, Agbozume, Bolgatanga, Sunyani, Kumasi and Accra.


Dancehall artiste Michael Okine, popularly referred to Jupiter in showbiz, is alleging the media favours some artistes above him.

Jupitar, who claims to have just returned from ‘Red Bull Culture Clash’ in South Africa expressed worry that not many media houses reported his exploits as the only Ghanaian featured on that bill.

The show according to him, also featured Nigeria’s Patoraking and Davido, South African rapper Nasty C, Jamaican Reggae/Dancehall act Beenie Man and many others across the globe.

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