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South African Music Awards 2022: Full List Of Nominees

Zakes Bantwini leads the South African Music Awards 2022 nominees with seven nods. Osama with Kasango already received nomination 
for Record of the Year (ROTY) last week, and now he has six more.

 

DJ Maphorisa’s Best Remix of the Year nomination for Feel Good extends his SAMA28 tally to six, adding to his Music Video of the Year 
(MVOTY) and four ROTY nods.

 

The awards will be awarded at live ceremony on SABC1 on July 31, 2022.

See the complete list of nominees below.

Album of the Year

African Electronic Dance Music – Sun-El Musician

Ghetto King – Zakes Bantwini

It’s All You – Brian Temba

Musique – Chymamusique

When House Was House – Mobi Dixon

 

Duo or Group of the Year

Ama Roto Vol.2 – Reece Madlisa and Zuma

Elephant In The Room – Watershed

Franco Prinsloo: Kruis Van Liefde – Franco Prinsloo and Vox Chamber Choir

Pangaea – Wouter Kellerman and David Arkenstone

Wangikhulisa uMama – Shwi Nomtekhala

 

Female Artist of the Year

Platinumb Heart Open – Msaki

African Bird – Khanyisile Mthetwa

Nkulunkulu – Kamo Mphela

Trailblazer – Reign Afrika

Trouble In Paradise – Shekhinah

 

Male Artist of the Year

African Electronic Dance Music – Sun-El Musician

Ghetto King – Zakes Bantwini

It’s All You – Brian Temba

Musique – Chymamusique

When House Was House – Mobi Dixon

 

White Star Newcomer of the Year

Thapelo Lekoane- Tapestry

Khanyisile Mthetwa- African Bird

25K – Pheli Makaveli

Ncebakazi Msomi – The 34th Psalm

Botanist Mr Lamington – The Shift

 

Best Rock Album

Headlights Dream – Steve Louw

Partypocalypse – Springbok Nude Girls

Revolution – Tim Parr

Ennui – Deity’s Muse

Sacred Sound – Albert Frost

Best Pop Album

Souvenirs – Jeremy Loops

Motion – Tresor

Trouble In Paradise – Shekhinah

A Journal – Bonj

Don’t Let Go – Jacky Carpede

 

Best Pop Album

Hier Waar Ek Nou Is – Juan Boucher

Prisma – Janie Bay

Rugsak – Elandrê

Niks Vergelyk – Posduif

Roekeloos – Rita Li

 

Best Adult Contemporary Album

Tapestry – Thapelo Lekoane

Where The Light Gets In – Pat McCay

Elephant In The Room – Watershed

Brother – Jacob Swann

Platinumb Heart Open – Msaki

 

Best Kontemporêre Musiek Album

Al Die Ysters – Jan Jan Jan

Sangoma Sandilands and Jou Pa Se Posse Maanskyn -Neil Sandilands

Twintigeenentwintig – Jennifer Zamudio

Volume – Die Heuwels Fantasties

Woorde – Jodi Jantjies

 

Best African Adult Contemporary Album

Thetha Mama – The One Who Sings

Camagu – Ntando

2020 – Joe Nina

The Red Stoep – Nomfusi

Cwaka – Mandisi Dyantyis

 

Best Alternative Music Album

City Of God and The Jungle Below – Daniel Baron

Night Speak – Lo- Ghost

Glow – Alice Phoebe Lou

Romance Was Born – Anna Wolf

Child’s Play – Alice Phoebe Lou

 

Best R&B/Soul Album

Real Talk – P.Postman

The Arrival – Melleng

Sour Milk – Joda Kgosi

It’s All You – Brian Temba

It Is What It is – Mikhale Jones

 

Best Hip Hop Album

Father Of Zen – Kid X

Pheli Makaveli – 25K

Today’s Tragedy, Tomorrow’s Memory: Mixtape – A-Reece

Logan – Emtee

B4NOW – Blxckie

 

Best Kwaito Album

Don’t Lose Focus – Sukiri Papa

Let Dogs Lie Low – Simple Eugene

Kwaito Pallet – Shisaboy

Ama Roto Vol.2 – Reece Madlisa and Zuma

Trip To Jozi – King Razo

 

Best Dance Album

Muzika – Miza

Ghetto King – Zakes Bantwini

Musique – Chymamusique

When House Was House – Mobi Dixon

African Electronic Dance Music – Sun-El Musician

 

Best Traditional Faith Music Album

Vela Nkosi – Jumbo

In the Beginning – Paul K

Heaven’s Scroll – Puleng March

The Great Revival – Takie Ndou

Shrubs of Chronicle (Live) – Zaza

 

Best Contemporary Faith Music Album

My Heart To Him – Thabelo

Denga – Kingdmusic

Sacrificial Worship (Live) – Pulane Maphari

Find Me Singing – Lauren Cullen

The 34th Psalm – Ncebakazi Msomi

 

Best African Indigenous Faith Music Album

Ba Bosiu – Isaac and The Mighty Messengers

Re Kopa Go Wena Ramasedi – JTG Gospel Choir

Similapha Nkosi – NUZ Voices Of Joy

Ore Etele Mohloeki – The Harmony Singers Artist Development

Swi Lava Yeso – Zion Iskhalanga Academy

 

Rest Of Africa Award

Son Of A Tribe – Edgar Muzah (Zimbabwe)

Karabo – Malome Vector (Lesotho)

Boyfriend – Ckay (Nigeria)

If Orange Was A Place – Tems (Nigeria)

Love & Isolation – Tay Iwar (Nigeria)

 

Best Traditional Album

Dlozified – Mkhanyakude

Dziya Fhirtana – Vha Venda Cultural Group

Tshihwilili Tshanga – Dr Mercy Masakona Madzivhandila

Mathotse – Tau Sebata

Hantam Kerfees – Klipwerf

 

Best Maskandi Album

Ziyashisa – Makhamnandi

Wangikhulisa uMama – Shwi Nomtekhala

Idaymani – Thokozani Langa

Phakathi Komhlane nembeleko – Udumakahle

Ivila Laselawini – Mzukulu

 

Best Jazz Album

At This Point In Time Voices in Volumes – Herbie Tsoaeli

Music From My People – Sibusiso Mash Mashiloane

History In A Frame – Jimmy Dludlu

Revision – Steve Dyer

Quiet Please – McCoy Mrubata

 

Best Classical/Instrumental Album

Pangaea – Wouter Kellerman and David Arkenstone

African Bird – Khanyisile Mthetwa

It Takes Three – Charl Du Plessis Trio

Afrikaans – Scheppel

Franco Prinsloo: Kruis Van Liefde – Franco Prinsloo and Vox Chamber Choir

 

Best Afro Pop Album

iStiff – Mnqobi Yazo

New Faces To Old Problems – Bonga Kwana

Sukulila – Cici

Amalobolo – Aubrey Qwana

Amagama – Nomfundo Moh

 

Best Collaboration

Imali – Karyendasoul and Zakes Bantwini feat. Nana Atta

Osama – Zakes Bantwini and Kasango

Wamuhle – Njelic and Boohle feat. De Mthuda, Da Muziqal Chef

Zwivhuya – Makhadzi feat. Joe Delinger

No Rainbow – Msaki feat. Da Capo

 

Best Produced Music Video

Inhlupheko by Big Zulu – Edward (Gobi Beast) and Ofentse Mwase

Playback by K.O. – Ted Magerman

Mamezala by Mafikizolo feat. Simmy – Dale Fortune

When House Was House by Mobi Dixon feat. Mariechan and JNR SA – Mabi Ntuli and Shona

Finessin’ by AKA – Mninizo Sitho and Nhlanhla

 

Best Produced Album Of The Year

Karabo by Malome Vector – Bokang and Ndumiso

Platinumb Heart Open by Msaki – Neo Muyanga and Asanda

Destination Unknown by Vaughn Prangley – Howard Bradley

Thetha Mama by The One Who Sings – Sean, Keanan Leroy and Arthur

A World At Suicide by Kahn Morbee – Jacques du Plessis High

 

Best Engineered Album Of The Year

Candid by Moonga K – Greg Abrahams, Mike Zietsman and Vicente Espi

Ghetto King by Zakes Bantwini – Zakes Bantwini

Pheli Makaveli by 25K – Sibabalwe Andile Fiphaza

City Of God and The Jungle Below by Daniel Baron – Daniel Baron and Darryn Muller

It Takes Three by Charl Du Plessis Trio – Peter Auret

 

Remix Of The Year

Manyelo Dafro, Bassekou Kouyate and Da Capo- Ladon by Manyelo Dafro ft Basekou Kouyate

Lira and DJ Maphorisa – Feel Good by Lira

Sun- El Musician, Azana and Da Capo – Uhuru by Sun- El Musician and Azana

Da Capo – Mama by Josiah De Disciple and Boohle

DJ Cleo – Gcina Impilo Yam by Bucy Radebe

 

Best Reggae Album

He Crowned I Emperor – Skeleton Blazer

Trailblazer – Reign Afrika

Hard To Believe – Ras Canly

The Shift – Botanist Mr Lamington

Ngatanngwe – Red I Scorch

 

Best Amapiano Album

Nkulunkulu – Kamo Mphela

Auti eSharp – Mas Musiq

Kwa Kwa – Mellow and Sleazy

Notumato – Young Stunna

President Ya Strata – Focalistic

 

Best Gqom Album

Khula – Bello No Gallo

Summer Banger – Dlala Thukzin

Best Of The Best – T-Man

The Journey – Slenda Da Dancing DJ

Umshunqo Reloaded – Dladla Mshunqisi

 

RECORD OF THE YEAR

1. Osama – Zakes Bantwini and Kasango

2. Questions – Shekhinah

3. Mamela – Mi Casa

4. Banyana – DJ Maphorisa and Tyler ICU feat. Daliwonga, Sir Trill and Kabza De Small

5. Abalele – Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa feat. Ami Faku

6. Adiwele – Young Stunna feat. Kabza De Small

7. Bopha – Mellow & Sleazy and Felo Le Tee feat. DJ Maphorisa, Madumane and Young Stunna

8. Vula Mlomo – Musa Keys feat. Sir Trill and Nobantu Vilakazi

9. Asibe Happy – Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa feat. Ami Faku

10. John Wick – De Mthuda feat. Da Muziqal Chef and Sir Trill

11. I’m With You – Matthew Mole

12. Umsebenzi Wethu – Busta 929 and Mpura feat. Zuma, Mr JazziQ, Lady Du and Reece Madlisa

13. Black And White – Nasty C and Ari Lennox

14. Izolo – DJ Maphorisa and Tyler ICU feat. Mpura, Daliwonga and Visca

15. Phakade Lami – Nomfundo Moh feat. Sha Sha and Ami Faku

16. Jola – De Mthuda feat. Sino Msolo

17. Shine Your Light – Master KG and David Guetta feat. Akon

18. Postcards – Jeremy Loops

19. Ngathwala Ngaye – Kelly Khumalo feat. Mondli Ngcobo

20. Right Now – Elaine

 

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR

1. LiYoshona (Main Mix) – Kwiish SA feat. Njelic, MalumNator and De Mthuda

2. Izolo – DJ Maphorisa and Tyler ICU feat. Mpura, Daliwonga and Visca

3. Summer Yo Muthi – Blaq Diamond

4. Phakade Lami – Nomfundo Moh feat. Sha Sha and Ami Faku

5. Nkulunkulu – Kamo Mphela

6. Jola – De Mthuda feat Sino Msolo and Da Muziqal Chef

7. Indlovu – DJ Zinhle feat. Lloyiso

8. Yini Sdakwa – ThackzinDJ, Tee Jay and Sir Trill feat. Dlala Thukzin, Nkosazana_ Daughter, Rascoe Kaos, Moscow and Mpura

9. S’bali – Intaba Yase Dubai

10. Mamela – Mi Casa

11. John Wick – De Mthuda feat. Sir Trill and Da Muziqal Chef

12. Woza – Mr JazziQ, Kabza De Small and Lady Du feat. Boohle

13. Superman – DJ Stokie feat. Kabza De Small, Masterpiece YVK and Madumane

14. Getting Late – Tyla feat. Kooldrink

15. Umuzi eSandton – Big Zulu Feat. Lwah Ndlunkulu

16. Buyile – Khuli Chana feat. Tyler ICU, Stino Le Thwenny and Lady Du

17. Ghanama – Makhadzi feat. Prince Benza

18. Inhlupheko – Big Zulu feat. Mduduzi

19. Chucks – YOUNOTUS and Mi Casa

20. Mmapula – Busta 929 feat. Mzu M

 

SAMPRA ARTIST OF THE YEAR

1. Bello no Gallo

2. Haksul MUZIQ

3. Fanie Dick

4. AfroToniQ

5. Zion Agreement

6. A-Reece

7. Musa Keys

8. Msaki

9. Jennifer Zamudio

10. Millie Ngwalangwala

11. Rodger KB

12. Brandon Dhludhlu

13. HunTer Leite

14. NLite

15. Emtee

16. PressCee

17. Cece Vee

18. Young Stunna

19. Lady X

20. Makhadzi

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King Promise And DJ Lord OTB Bring Ghanaian Vibes To Gambia In Epic Independence Day Celebration

The vibrant sounds of Ghana boomed through the streets of Gambia as award-winning singer and songwriter King Promise and Ghana’s Best DJ, DJ Lord OTB, headlined an exciting Independence Day celebration. CFG Management and African Boss Entertainment organized the concert, which turned out to be a music-filled spectacle that made an unforgettable impression on Gambian music fans’ hearts.

 

Gambia’s Independence Day celebrations reached new heights as King Promise and DJ Lord OTB teamed up to produce a night of musical delight. The concert, which gathered admirers from all around Gambia, became a celebration of both national pride and a common love of Ghanaian music. As King Promise stepped onto the stage, the warm welcome from patrons was palpable. Gambia’s music enthusiasts sang along passionately, word for word, to every song performed by King Promise, showcasing the universal appeal of his music. Even songs containing Ghanaian dialects were embraced with enthusiasm.

 

CFG Management and African Boss Entertainment succeeded in curating an event that not only celebrated Gambia’s Independence Day but also bridged cultural gaps through the universal language of music. The success of the concert solidifies the growing international appeal of Ghanaian artists.

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Healer To Take Ghanaian Urban Gospel To The Next Level With ‘Don’t Cry’

Ghanaian pastor, Urban Gospel singer and songwriter Pastor Kingsley Nyarko popularly known as Healer has set to released the officially music video to his latest song, ‘Don’t Cry’ yet to released on February 19, 2024.

 

This beautiful masterpiece is a motivational song to listeners all over and was produced by healer himself.

 

 

Healer, together with his team, planned the video to the satisfaction of their listeners and patrons. The video is a clear and colourful one with beautiful scenes.

 

The song “Don’t Cry’ will be accessible on all streaming platforms.

 

 

 

Check it out, and let’s anticipate the music video together with the MP3.

 

Source: Ekow Smith

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Mastering The Music Release Process: A Step-by-Step Guide By Promoter Koolic

Are you an aspiring artiste eager to share your music with the world but unsure where to begin? Releasing a song involves a series of steps, from meticulous preparation to strategic promotion and post-release activities. Let’s delve into each phase to ensure your music launch is a success.
              (Preparation)
Before diving into the release process, it’s crucial to lay a solid foundation.
1. Mix and Master the Audio: Ensure your audio file is of top-notch quality by professionally mixing and mastering it in WAV format.
2. Design Cover Art: Create visually appealing cover art in JPEG or PNG format that captures the essence of your music.
3. Plan Promotional Content: Develop engaging promotional content such as videos and photos to captivate your audience.
4. Copyright Registration: Protect your intellectual property by registering your song with the copyright office.
5. Secure Licenses: Obtain mechanical licenses if your song includes covers and establish songwriting splits if multiple writers are involved.
6. Publishing Registration: Register your song with a publishing administrator or Performing Rights Organization (PRO).
7. Choose a Release Date:Select a strategic release date that aligns with your promotional plans and target audience.
                (Distribution)
Once your music is ready, it’s time to prepare for distribution across various platforms.
1. Mastered Song: Ensure your mastered song is ready for distribution.
2. Cover Art and Metadata: Prepare cover art files and provide essential metadata including lyrics, songwriting credits, and ISRC codes.
3. Release Date Confirmation: Confirm the release date and distribute the necessary materials to digital platforms.
       (Promotion and Planning)
Effective promotion is essential for garnering attention and building anticipation for your release.
1. Task Calendar: Create a detailed calendar outlining promotional activities leading up to the release.
2. Playlist Consideration: Submit your song for consideration on Spotify editorial playlists to increase visibility.
3. Pre-Save and Pre-Order Links: Generate pre-save and pre-order links to encourage fans to save and purchase your music in advance.
4. Smart Links and Landing Pages: Create smart links or landing pages for easy access to your music across platforms.
5. Single Announcement: Craft compelling announcements for social media and other channels to announce the upcoming release.
6. Day of Release Activities: Consider live streaming sessions to engage with your audience and promote the release further.
            (Day Before Release)
Ensure all elements are in place for a seamless launch.
1. Social Media Schedule: Plan and schedule social media content to maintain momentum before the release.
2. Email Newsletter Design:Design and prepare your email newsletter to notify subscribers about the upcoming release.
3. Finalize Smart Links: Double-check smart links and landing pages to ensure they are ready for distribution.
4. Music Video Schedule: Schedule the release of accompanying music videos or visual content.
5. Custom Thumbnails: Design custom thumbnails for your videos to enhance visual appeal.
6. Social Media Ad Clips: Prepare short video clips for social media ads to promote the release effectively.
         (Day of Release Checklist)
Execute your release strategy with precision on the big day.
1. Social Media Promotion: Promote your release across all social media channels with engaging content and visuals.
2. Music Video Upload: Release accompanying music videos on platforms like YouTube and Vevo.
3. Website and Profile Updates:Update your music website and social media profiles to reflect the new release.
4. Lyrics on Streaming Platforms: Ensure that lyrics are available on streaming platforms to enhance listener engagement.
5. Make the Song Public: Make your song available to the public on all streaming platforms as scheduled.
            (Post-Release)
Maintain momentum and capitalize on the release’s success with strategic post-release activities.
1. Email List Resend: Resend release announcements to your email list to reach those who may have missed the initial notification.
2. Continued Social Media Promotion: Continue promoting your music on social media with varied content to sustain interest.
3. Themed Playlist Creation:Curate themed playlists featuring your music to attract new listeners.
4. Playlist Placement: Pitch your music to playlist curators for potential inclusion in curated playlists.
5. Blog Promotion: Reach out to music blogs and online publications to secure coverage and reviews of your music.
6. Next Release Planning:Begin planning for your next release by following the same comprehensive guide to ensure continued success.
By meticulously following these steps, you can navigate the music release process with confidence and maximize the impact of your music on your audience. Remember, each phase is crucial in building anticipation, generating buzz, and ultimately achieving your goals as an artist.
Written By: Promoter Koolic
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Ghanaian Dancers Afronitaaa And Abigail Wow Judges At Britain’s Got Talent Auditions

Ghanaian dance sensations Afronitaaa and Abigail left a big impression on the judges of Britain’s Got Talent (BGT) when the duo auditioned in Manchester on Friday, February 9, 2024.

 

Born, Yeboah Danita Akosua Adomaah, the former DWP Academy member, and Abigail of TV3 talented kids reportedly wowed the judges getting four buzzes for their effort.

 

The pair left Accra on February 7 and arrived in the UK the following day, barely 24 hours before their performance.

 

The duo, dressed in all-white hoodies with blue baggy trousers with kente-crafted pockets were posted on BGT’s social media handles on X and Instagram.

 

 

In her first reaction to their success at the first stage, Afronitaa replied to a tweet by former boss, Dance God Lloyd: “GOD DID IT !!! History was made,” she posted hours after their performance.

 

 

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Apostle Eric Deh Drops New Single Dubbed ‘Fakye’

Apostle Eric Deh – Fakye

Ghanaian pastor and singer Apostle Eric Deh is back on the music scene with a new song titled “Fakye”.

Fakye means “forgive” and the song asks for forgiveness from God.

This is a prayer song for every Christian who is seeking God’s mercy and forgiveness.

Apostle Eric Deh is evangelizing through music and hoping to get more people closer to God as they enjoy this song.

Kindly stream the song on all digital platforms and share it with family and friends.

Source: Wyse

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Black Action Gang Releases New Hot Single Zongo Featuring Mrr Couston

Ghanaian music group Black Action Gang also known as BAG is back with another jam dubbed “Zongo”.

Zongo is a fast tempo party song which is not the usually Black Action Gang style of song since they are known for hip hop.

The song features Mrr Couston and was produced by Xboifren Onit.

 

Stream, download and have fun with it.

 

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King Promise, Camidoh Billed To Perform At 2024 MOBO Awards In Sheffield

Ghanaian music stars Camidoh and King Promise will perform at the 2024 MOBO Awards scheduled for Wednesday, February 7, 2024, in Sheffield, UK.

 

Organizers revealed the stellar lineup of performers for the awards ceremony on Monday, February 5, via their X handle.

 

 

 

King Promise, known for hit songs like “Terminator“, “CCTV” and “Slow Down“, is steadily building an international fanbase with his smooth R&B sound.

 

Camidoh broke out to the international scene following the massive success of his smash single “Sugarcane” and remix featuring King Promise, Darkoo and Mayorkun.

Both Ghanaian artists will now get a platform to showcase their talents to a global audience watching the MOBO Awards broadcast live on YouTube at exactly 7 pm.

 

The 26th MOBO Awards taking place at the Utilita Arena will be hosted by Comedian Babatunde Aleshe and Love Island’s Indiyah.

Other performers include DJ Spoony, Byron Messia and Soul II Soul.

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Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale Battle For “Best African Dancehall Entertainer” Title At 41st IRAWMA Awards

Nominees for the 41st International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA), Reggae and World Music’s biggest night of honour have been released.

 

With a total of 150 nominees in 39 categories named, Masicka, Sean Paul & Teejay, with 7 nods; Byron Messia, Burna Boy and PopCaan 5 nods; Dexta Daps, Spice and Valiant 4 nods; Beenie Man, Chronic Law, Koffee, D’Angel, Mavado, Davido, 450 & Pablo YG 3 nods lead the list of nominees for the 41st Annual International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA).

 

Notable among the categories is the Best African Dancehall Entertainer where Ghanaian heavyweights Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale go at each other for the enviable crown.

 

The two will battle other heavyweights including Patoranking (Nigeria), Redsan – (Kenya), Star Zee (Sierra Leone) and Winky D. (Zimbabwe/South Africa).

 

Other Ghanaian nominees include DJ Switch, who was nominated in the Best Teen Entertainer (13-19 yrs. old) category.

Uptek Dance Academy also secured a nomination in the Most Outstanding Dance Group category.

To check the full list of nominees and vote for your favourite in the 41st International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA), click HERE.

 

The event will be held on Thursday, January 25th at the Chateau Mar Golf Resort in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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King Paluta Targets New Artist Of The Year Award At 2024 Ghana Music Awards

Fast-rising musician King Paluta has set sights on winning the New Artiste of the Year accolade at the 25th edition of the Ghana Music Awards.

 

The “Sika Aba Fie” hitmaker announced on his Instagram page that he had filed for six nominations after the portal was opened by the organisers, Charterhouse earlier this week.

 

The nominations filled by King Paluta include New Artiste of the Year, Hiplife/ Hiphop Artiste of the Year, Best Hiplife Song, Best Collaboration, and Most Popular Song of the Year.

 

“I had my breakthrough last year, 2023 and God did his magic. I just submitted my work for consideration at this year’s Ghana Music Awards.

 

“My people, thank you for coming on this journey with me; let’s win together,” King Paluta wrote on Instagram.

 

King Paluta has been one of the biggest breakout stars in the year of review, churning out some timeless hit tunes.

 

Some of the hit singles released by the Kumasi-based rapper include “Yahitte,” “Sika Aba Fie,” and “Aha Akye.”

 

He has racked up over 10 million streams across various digital platforms and has a massive following on social media.

 

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Bisa Kdei Takes Ghanaian Music To New Heights With Private Jet Performances

Multiple award winning musician Bisa Kdei, is making a very huge impact not only in the music industry but also in the realm of luxury travel.

In a surprising turn of events, Bisa Kdei has been frequently spotted aboard private jets, elevating his status currently as the only Ghanaian musician known for such opulent travels.

Videos started circulating on social media showing Bisa Kdei’s jet-setting lifestyle when he was seen cruising in private jets across the United States.

The height of Bisa Kdei’s Private Jet journey lifted when he was booked to perform in Equatorial Guinea last weekend. Instead of going for the customary commercial flight, the artist chose to take his entire live band, including Grammy award-winning Joshua, on a private jet to perform

This move not only solidifies Bisa Kdei’s reputation as a trendsetter but also flying his entire live band on a private jet is a huge testament to his dedication to providing a unique and unforgettable experience for his fans and music lovers.

Also, the decision to travel by private jet speaks really well about Bisa K’deis success, global reputation and recognition since private jets are often associated with luxury and exclusivity, reserved for the elite few.

While some may view the “Mansa” hitmaker’s love for private jets as an extra cost, many might see it as a commercial move to enhance his brand and elevate the perception of Ghanaian musicians on the international stage.

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