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Harbour City Recordz Outdoors New Artist Real MC, Set To Release New Music Video To Shishiblishi

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Harbour City Recordz, a fast growing Ghanaian record label has out doored its latest signee Wisdom Kodzo Kuranyu known in showbiz as Real MC.

“In line with the label’s dream of unearthing and projecting amazing talents, we are proud to introduce our new artist, Real MC; a very talented and hardworking young hip hop artist who is ready to defy all odds, tear territories and break boundaries with his music and stage craft,” said CEO of Harbour City Recordz, Gideon Narh who also owns Harbour City Entertainment and Harbour City Logistics.

Not entirely new to the music business, Real MC has over the years been working his way through the music industry since 2009 and finally catching the attention of Harbour City Recordz.

“This signing couldn’t have come any better time than now and I’m grateful to God and the Harbour City Recordz for the opportunity. Hopefully, we make each other proud as we embark on this musical journey,” Real MC said.

Although a proud representative of the people of the Volta Region, Real MC is well known in Cape Coast and its environs where he was born and has been for a while.

In 2015, Real MC was awarded the Best Rapper at the Central Music Award and has been nominated ever since.

He has also graced several stages including the commissioning of the new Cape coast sport stadium, Orange Friday Carnival by Cape FM, Central Music Awards nominees jam, Cape Coast SalaFest Carnival, Adom Kumkum keteke and many others.

Harbour City Recordz is set to release the official music video to Real MCs single Shishiblishi on Friday December 8 2017.

The video would first be premiered on 4Syte TV after which it would be made available online via the label’s official YouTube channel.

Before signing Real MC, Harbour City Recordz worked with Ghanaian Highlife and Afrobeat music duo Galaxy until early 2017 when both teams parted ways.

Below are the social media handles for Real MC.

Social media handles
Facebook : Real Mc
Twitter : GHReaLMc
Instagram : @ghrealmc
YouTube : Real Mc The Show Killer

 

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Why Judge Homosexuals So Harshly When You Sin Daily – Berla Mundi Speaks After Interview With Gay Man

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The first episode of the new talk show dubbed ‘The Late Afternoon Show’ with Berla Mundi aired last Monday on GHone TV.

The new talk show which delves into social issues had a gay man open up to Berla Mundi about his sexuality and his life as a gay man in a country which strongly chastise homosexuality.

Berla Mundi after the show has reacted to comments and criticisms concerning her decision to interview a gay man.

In a blog post, the TV personality and Radio host explained the reason why they decided to usher the show with an interview with a gay.

According to her, she noticed that it was a conversation that would interest the public because of the recent debates in the country.

She wrote

 Whose idea was it to discuss homosexuality for the first episode? Mine!! It was at a time when the conversation had picked up among Ghanaians after the wedding between two homosexuals, Stephen Anertey Caesar, an Alumnus of Motown (91 Year Group) and Ryan Lathrum, in Sonoma Valley, America caused an uproar across the country with people expressing diverse opinions on the matter. I noticed that it was a conversation that would interest the public even more if discussed on TV and so we decided to take up that challenge of finding a gay man to tell us his story. Trust me it wasnt easy finding one who was willing to open up for the fear of being tagged or assaulted by Ghanaians. We still managed to get a group of young men eager to speak. Bingo!! Now the headache was on how to go about it without necessarily looking like we were encouraging the act as its literally a taboo to be gay in Ghana and even worse to come out seemingly supporting it but yea we had a solid team so we worked some magic.

Responding to the critics, she wrote that Ghanaians shouldn’t judge homosexuals so harshly when they sin daily. She however stated that she is aware that homosexuality just like any other sin is frowned upon by the bible and therefore doesn’t condone the act in any way.

So now to the critics…… I appreciate every single one of you that sent your congratulatory messages and the criticisms as well. However, what I don’t understand is why people thought I should not have discussed the topic as I looked like I was condoning the act. First of all I am Christian and I am fully aware of what the bible says against NOT JUST homosexuals, adulterers, thieves, liars et al. However my reason for choosing this topic was also because I felt it was important to let Ghana know that there were young people involved and maybe if we lent them an ear, we would understand better how to handle the situation rather than criticize them continually. For me I believe love is what brings about change and getting closer to them and having them trust you enough to open up is the best way to speak to them on ways by which they could have a change in mind and attitude. Roll your eyes all you want but that’s the truth! Besides why judge so harshly when you sin daily? Has anyone lynched you for lying, stealing, fornicating? So there we go, before you cast a stone, take out the dirt in your eye. In short, lets find better ways of dealing with this issue and preaching the WORD to them and allow God to do the rest.

‘The Late Afternoon Show’ with Berla Mundi premiered on Monday, 11th December. It ushers in a new era of talk show which delves into social issues, real life stories and lifestyle from the point of the young, fun and vibrant adult. With a mixed bag of everything that is discussed among the new generation, the show tends to identify with the emotions of people whiles seeking to answer often asked questions on health, wealth, fashion, cuisine, entertainment and more.

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My Dad Kicked Me Out Of His House Because I Divorced The Husband He Chose For Me — Lawrencia Owusu

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Arranged marriages might seem like a relic of the ‘old days’ yet it happened in the life of Lawrencia Owusu, and came with some drastic consequences.

The celebrity make-up stylist has revealed a painful story from her past which scarred her for life and made her into who she is today.

Lawrencia Owusu opened up about this bitter chapter of her life in a revealing conversation with Joselyn Dumas on the actresses’ reality girl talk program ‘Keeping It Real’.

Joselyn Dumas and Owusu were joined by Nana Esi Duker in an honest conversation about battling through pain to remain strong.

Lawrencia, who got married at an early age, revealed that the marriage was arranged by her parents when she was still in university and aged only 22.

“I got married at a very early age, right after school…, when I was writing my papers there was a husband waiting for me. Someone I didn’t know, someone I had no connection, no chemistry, no nothing with. He was ten years older than me.” she told Dumas.

“My parents were those kind of old school parents…they told me this guy, he’s good, he has a job, he’s stable, you’ll be sorted. That’s it.”

Lawrencia said she thought of protesting the decision to marry her off but she had never questioned her parents and at that point she hadn’t grown bold enough to challenge their decisions.

“I felt it was so unfair but at that time in my life I didn’t have a voice.” she said.

After being thrust into an ‘arranged marriage’, things didn’t work out and in the end, she decided to divorce her husband. That was the point her father got so infuriated with her decision that he threw her out in the cold from the apartment they were both occupying in New York City.

“I got the divorce and my dad kicked me out, winter time, New York City, in the streets.” she said.

“My dad kicked me out!” she emphasized.

“When this man kicked me out, I think my whole life that’s the worst thing that’s happened to me. I don’t even know my way around New York and you kick me out winter time because I decided to go against your wish…I think that was what made me hard. ”

The mother of two added that she stopped talking with her father for years after that incident and they only reconnected last year.

For her part, Joselyn Dumas opined that it pays to have a shoulder to cry on when such troubles fall on you in life. According to her, complaining about her problems to a close friend, crying out and even yelling helps her forget them.

‘Keeping it Real with Joselyn Dumas’ is a talk show created by the actress which involves women talking about issues that affect their lives and how they deal with them without breaking down.

It airs every Saturday at 8:30pm on GhOne Tv.

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