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1 On 1: Anything we do is dope – DopeNation

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The twin duo, who rose to fame with producing hit songs for Shatta Wale and the late Ebony Reigns, have decided to show the world that they aren’t just producers but also know a thing or two about sing and rapping themselves.

On this edition of 1 On 1, they shared their experiences with us and how much social media has impacted their careers.

Audio: Ibi Tins by DopeNation feat. Quamina MP, Twitch, Kofi Mole, Eddie Khae & Tulenkey
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1 On 1: Thank you Ghana, I’m humbled – Diana Hamilton

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1 On 1: I don't know if I'm the reigning Gospel Artiste, but the feeling is good, it's humbling - Diana Hamilton
1 on 1: I don't know if I'm the reigning Gospel Artiste, but the feeling is good, it's humbling- Diana Hamilton. Photo Credit: Manuel Photography

Ghanamusic.com was privileged to be granted an exclusive interview with the freshest VGMA certified Gospel Artiste of the Year who equally owns the only VGMA certified gospel song of the year, Diana Hamilton.

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Audio: VaMia We by Phabrick feat. DopeNation
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1 on 1: They did what they could but I had my mind made up to move on – Kobla Jnr

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1 on 1: They did what they could but I had my mind made up to move on- Kobla Jnr
1 on 1: They did what they could but I had my mind made up to move on- Kobla Jnr. Photo Credit: @koblajnr/Instagram

We bring our readers up to speed with the details on why the now autonomous Kobla Jnr parted ways with Black Avenue Music recently after 3 years of working under the label.

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1 On 1: I was excited after recording Atinga - Tsoobi
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Fela Kuti started Afrobeats but our Highlife had a great influence on it- Fuse ODG

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Fela Kuti started Afrobeats but our Highlife had a great influence on it- Fuse ODG
Fela Kuti started Afrobeats but our Highlife had a great influence on it- Fuse ODG.

Renowned UK-based Ghanaian artiste, Fuse ODG, passed through our studios for an exclusive interview and engaged our mental faculties with his patriotic ideologies and interesting revelations.

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1 On 1: Hip-hop still has a place in Ghana - D-Black
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