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I’m The Most Underrated Up and Coming Act in Ghana – Kwame Baah Laments

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Up and coming artist Kwame Baah has revealed that Ghanaians pay little or no attention to underground yet talented artists — a situation which he finds quite saddening.

Kwame Baah who recently released his latest album titled ” Everything is possible” said he feels underrated because most of his songs can easily match the tracks being produced by mainstream artists yet Ghanaians have shown him little appreciation or attention.

The Legacy Empire artist in a post on facebook poured out his frustration saying

In September 2017, Kwame Baah made history as the first artist ever to hold a successful album signing for “Everything is possible” in Kumasi — bringing a host of artists and music stakeholders under one roof.

In an interview with EonlineGhana.Com in 2015, The “Dopest Kid” as he is known by fans boasted about his achievements, stating that apart from R2bees he is the only artist to have done a mixtape with 7 different genres on the Face Off Album.

Download some of his songs below and judge for yourself if he is truly underrated

Kwame Baah ft Lona – Streets (DOWNLOAD)

Kwame Baah – Thanks and Praise (ft. Ben Brainy) (DOWNLOAD)

Kwame Baah – Assassination (Feat Mz Wyte) (DOWNLOAD)

Kwame Baah – 669 (faCEOff) (DOWNLOAD)

Kwame Baah – Me and You (ft. Ben Brainy) (DOWNLOAD) 

 

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“I Like Masculine & Tall Guys Like E.L” – Ghanaian Gay Man Opens Up To Berla Mundi (Video)

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The issue of legalizing homosexuality in Ghana is a very sensitive topic which has recently become a topic of interest after the President, Nana Akuffo Addo made a comment about it in an interview.

With President Akuffo Addo’s remarks on the topic, there has been some renewed interest with people sharing diverse opinions as to why it should be legalized or not.

A young Ghanaian gay man has opened up to Berla Mundi on his sexuality on the first episode of the new talk show dubbed ‘The Late Afternoon Show’ which aired on GHone TV.

The young Ghanaian who preferred to be called Junior told the host, Berla Mundi, that he was born gay.

He revealed that from infancy, right at the age of 14, he always had feelings for men and behaved more like a girl while growing up.

He added that his first sexual encounter with a man was a kiss he got from a friend while they were playing and then the sex happened (he added that the friend was his age mate).

Again he revealed that he was always the woman in the relationship and prefers masculine and tall guys like E.L.

‘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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JJqlyZbWNY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9ib3BG1nOw

 

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