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    Nacy’s new deal for artistes

    Photo: Ghana Music.comIt appears the only time recording engineer and technical producer Nana Osei, better known as Nacy, feels he is in his real element these days is when he is behind his newly-acquired 48-channel Tascam DM-3200 digital mixer pushing faders and turning knobs to make musicians realise their dreams.

     

    Adjudged the Recording Engineer of the Year at the last MTN Ghana Music Awards (GMA) ceremony in Accra, Nacy has been extremely busy over the last few months recording album for artistes such as Noble Nketiah, No Tribe, Anita Obeng, Mame Justin, Isaac Showboy, Piesie Esther, Martin Hayford, Daughters of Glorious Jesus and Josh Laryea.

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    Peermusic forms partnership with Ghana’s Kampsite

    Photo: peermusic.comIndependent music publisher Peermusic and Ghana-based Kampsite Music have formed a partnership to develop the West African music publishing marketplace and boost the international profile of the region’s music.

    As part of the partnership, Kampsite has signed a co-publishing deal with peermusic to exploit the Kampsite catalog outside of the West African market, said Kampsite owner Chief Victor Tieku, former guitarist/bassist with Fela Kuti’s Egypt 80 band and chief of the Ghana village of Ekumfi Takiman.

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    30 Minitz hits the screen soon

    Photo: Ghana Music.comAn exciting entertainment magazine that seeks to not only bridge the gap in African music but also provide a platform for African artistes to collaborate as showbiz people is set to hit the screens soon.

    Beatwaves chanced upon the crew in town putting finishing touches to the programme with the shooting of a music video for the young duo 5five, last week.

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    Kweku Ananse bears it all

    Photo: Ghana Music.comMusic does not indeed come naturally to this civil engineer, who lives another life as a producer. Ananse, also known as Nas found his calling by creating beats in the blooming days of hiplife. His decision to begin producing was heavily influenced by his introduction and subsequent reverence for the work of old school highlife and afro beat greats like E. T. Mensah, Fela Kuti, Ojantanaa Band and Bunzu Bands.

    A lot of Ananse’s work is based on African music from the 60’s and 70’s, when Ghanaian music had a place on the world market.

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