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    2 Toff reincarnated

    Photo: Ghana Music.comLet’s start with something you may not know about Ghanaian hip-hop group, 2 Toff.  They were the first Ghanaian group based in the states to cause havoc in Ghana when they made their appearance in terms of hip-hop beats and the hip-hop culture.

    There are selected few artists in hip-hop that despite never having had real commercial success or earning a number one hit record still remain legendary in the eyes of Ghanaian music lovers. There’s something about 2 Toff’s dedication to music that just makes fans want to ride with them.


    Koby, a Ghanaian musician with a difference

    Photo: Ghana Music.comKoby is newest Ghanaian act to register his name into the hiplife register and believe me he has got what it takes to stay on top of the game

    It’s not common for a new artist, especially in the hiplife genre, to come out with so much confidence and passion to be the best.

    Koby should be expecting something tougher than he expected, because he knows the game is choked with so many hiplifers and is passing on the message through Ghana Music.com that he wants to be number one in Ghana even though he is based in USA.


    Hope for helpless children - As Becca tours to raise funds to rescue them

    Photo: Ghana Music.comVulnerable children in the country will soon breathe a sigh of relief as a comprehensive package is in the offing to put some smiles on their faces.

    One of Ghana’s most popular artistes, Rebecca Acheampong, popularly known as Becca in showbiz, is to embark on a world wide tour to raise funds for the alleviation of whatever pains they are going through. The tour is to be launched in December this year in Accra.

    In an exclusive interview with The Saturday Statesman, Becca’s Producer, Kiki Banson, intimated that his client was going to collaborate with Kisha White, a UK-based popular artiste, to compose a song entitled, “I Believe.”


    NPP buys ‘Go High’ - Philipa Baafi

    Photo: flickr.comSensational Gospel musician, Philipa Baafi says it is untrue that she sold her ‘Go High’ track to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for a huge sum of money plus a Jaguar X-Type 2007 mode, as is being speculated.

    “The NPP approached us and requested that they needed to use the song for their campaign this year and that was it,” the musician told DAILY GUIDE in an exclusive interview, and explained the conditions under which she released the song to the leading political party in Ghana.

    Philipa Baafi said she was not the least worried that she had given her song to the NPP because other political parties were using the songs of some other Gospel musicians.


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