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Sons set for a major comeback as he releases new music

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Sons set for a major comeback as he releases new music

After months of being away, sensational Ghanaian and UK rapper Sons, is on the verge of a major comeback this year.

The rapper who took time off music for a while to look after his daughter is said to return as he prepares to release a new song in the coming weeks.

The song, which is christened Made Men, by Pashion featuring the label mate, Sons produced by TP 30.

However, the versatile rapper would follow this single with other songs and visuals before the end of the year.

Sons currently signed unto JBA Records rose to fame in early 2017 after he released an E.P back in 2016.

He’s mostly known for his smash hit single ‘Coco’ featuring Robby Adams.

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Ghana dominates SoundcityMVP awards nomination list

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Ghana dominates SoundcityMVP awards nomination list. Photo Credit: @SOUNDCITYtv/Twitter

It has been already 2 years of recognizing and awarding real music talent across the entire African continent and the Soundcity MVP Award Festival isn’t ready to back out of this endeavour. (more…)

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Sarkodie’s Adonai hits 60million views on YouTube

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Sarkodie's Adonai hits 60million views on YouTube. Photo Credit: Official Sarkodie/YouTube

Sarkodie’s ‘Glory’ was nothing less than prophetic as he has recently been noted for achieving another record feat in the Ghana music scene. (more…)

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AF Benjamin lambasts fellow acts for the failing gospel music industry

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AF Benjamin lambasts fellow acts for the failing gospel music industry. Photo Credit: @afbenjaminGH/Twitter

Rising Ghanaian gospel music “newling”, Aggrey-Fynn Benjamin (AF Benjamin), in an interview has lamented on the poorly patronized and reduced interest in Ghanaian gospel music. (more…)

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