“@evajackie I hope u can read english, because your magazine is a poor representation of the evolution of human rights! I find you disrespectful, and rather desperate!! You ran out of legit, civilized information to print! There are 1000’s of Dutch girls who would love to be recognized for their contributions to your country, you could have given them an article. Instead, u paid to print one degrading an entire race! That’s your contribution to this world! To encourage segregation, to mislead the future leaders to act in the past! You put two words together with the intent of abasement, that made no sense…”NIGGA BITCH”?!….Well with all respect, on behalf of my race, here are my two words for you…FUCK YOU!!!”—
Rihanna is pissed off at that racist fucking magazine for calling her a “Niggabitch”
Ghanaians will for the first time have the pleasure of listening to music on their mobile phones as a new music streaming service is to be launched by the end of December 2011.
The service is known as Streemio.
The mobile streaming service, provided by Streemio Technologies, a Ghanaian-owned company, will be delivered via a mobile application that can be downloaded for free on most mobile devices with Internet capability and decent multimedia features.
When launched, Streemio will provide a very good platform for Ghanaian musicians to interact with their fans and also be able to track information on their fans.
Sway could be considered a veteran of UK rap as we now know it, which sounds a little odd when you consider that he’s not even 30 yet.
Emerging from the underground grime scene in 2006, when he was already a YouTube star, the lyricist born Derek Safo, has gone from rapping freestyles on the road and DIY music videos, to scooping a MOBO award and topping playlists on BBC Radio stations.
In addition to reppin’ the British music scene, Sway is equally proud of championing his African heritage. Born to Ghanaian parents, the MC who is signed to US star Akon’s label Konvict Muzik, says he’s thrilled to see the evolution of Afrobeat music in the UK.
“I work with loads of African artists and I’m very proud to see Afrobeat take over here,” says the 29-year-old.
“African people are now making commercially viable music all over the world. [Afrobeat] is becoming the new dancehall.
Ghanaian Afro Pop singer Becca is one female Ghanaian artiste known for projecting the female gender in her songs. Her first and biggest hit song “You Lied to Me” which featured Kwabena Kwabena and her latest hit single “African Woman” tells it all. Becca has always stood for feminism, but Peacefmonline.com can authoritatively confirm that the “Daa ke daa” hit maker has taken the whole women empowerment thing to the level of ‘discriminating’ against her male fans and well-wishers.
Peacefmonline.com investigations reveal that Becca is planning an all-female concert this Christmas for solely her female audience. According to sources, unlike the “Red Lipstick All Female Concert” which allowed both men and women to attend the show, Becca’s event forbids the presence of any man, be it a family member, fan or friend at the auditorium.
IT’S AN ALL-FEMALE AFFAIR.
Of course it has raised several eye brows with some of her male fans quite outrage (and particularly so, since they support her music by buying her CDs), when details of the upcoming concert leaked. Her male followers feel they equally deserve the chance of watching her perform on stage. No wonder some members of the male gender are threatening to buy tickets and storm the venue on that day to watch her perform, ‘ban’ or ‘no ban’.
If people are talking about her only female concert the ban of males has served it’s purpose. Men saying they will buy tickets and show up anyway helps to get her name out there and still sell tickets. I see no problem in a Girls Only type of concert. I say well done to Becca and her team for coming up with the idea (But im looking at this as a PR professional).