Optional King shut down the entire Accra International Conference Center as audiences went wild with the announcement of finalist born Mohammed Lukeman as the winner of the TV3 Mentor Reloaded.
With memorable performances including the crazy Fela Kuti’s “Zombie” a creative rendition in his own dialect, the Optional King won the ultimate prize of a 2-bedroom house. Optional King whose consistency in projecting the culture of the northern sector night after night earned the praise of the judges who described him as ready for the showbiz industry.
As though expectant of the news the entire auditorium lit up with cheers and applause for the “Tamale Ka Wula” as he received his award.
The incredible Chichiz came second place and got a return flight to cool off in Cairo, Egypt as well as a cash prize of GHc6,000.00, two recorded master of his songs and other goodies.
Myka came third as Yaw Black took the fourth position slot.
GHOne TV, a subsidiary of the EIB Network, has resumed operations after its camera technicians boycotted work, Tuesday, February 18, 2020.
News of alcoholic herbal drink brand Adonko Bitters unveiling Nigerian celebrities as brand ambassadors of their product has awakened the monster and humour in Shatta Wale.
It promises to be a night of electrifying performances when six young and talented musicians mount the stage at the Accra International Conference Centre on Sunday 23rd February 2020 for the grand finale of currently the biggest music reality show in Ghana, Mentor Reloaded.
Ghanaian singer Ogidi Brown has been seriously sick and admitted in the hospital for the past eight days.
To the glory of God, Rev Obofour has once again shown us how he swims in wealth by the grace of God.
Kennedy Asante Osei, the first son of businessman mogul Osei Kwame Despite, is no more a bachelor. Kennedy Osei who is the General Manager of Despite Media got married to Tracy Gyamera in a beautiful traditional wedding ceremony on Thursday, February 13, 2020.
Ghanaian rap artist, singer and prolific songwriter Kofi Kinaata made history at the Ghana National Gospel Music Awards 19.
Rex Omar has clarified the recent brouhaha that became a topic for discussion in the media landscape as a result of an opinion he shared about Kofi Kinaata on the subject of Kofi Kinaata being more lyricist than a songwriter.
Speaking about the topic “Writing of Music”on the Sekondi Takoradi based Spice Fm 91.9 on Ofie ne Fie with Kwame Offei, Rex Omar explained some factors to consider when writing a song.