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Get ready for AJ Nelson’s debut album, Africa Rise

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Get ready for AJ Nelson's debut album, Africa Rise

Rapper AJ Nelson has finally announced his debut album, titled “Africa Rise”.

AJ Nelson made the official announcement via his social media page on Tuesday, October 9, 2018.

The ‘Power to the People’ rapper says “he is doing his best to picture his ‘struggle and lifestyle through music’ because he believes ‘it’s easy to be real than fake”.

AJ Nelson debuted in the industry in  2012 under the GH Brothers music label with his hit single, “Faith” featuring Jay Ghartey.

Artistes he has worked with include Dancehall stars: Jupitar and Epixode, and Ghanaian international Afropop songstress, Wiyaala.

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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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