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Artiste Profile: Meet MIB, The Young Versatile Rap Artiste Taking Over Hip Hop Music In Ghana

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Multifaceted rapper, MIB is a Ghanaian musician who is sprouting from the  West Side/Midland City, Accra Ghana. MIB, born Amponsah Bismark Paapa is a pure hip hop star but due to his multi talented nature executes other music genres perfectly.

MIB an acronym for Man In Black was born on 13th March,1999 in Penkwase, Sunyani. He hails from Asante Akim South Tokwai. He had his basic education at Glory Day Care/ St. Mary’s Preparatory School in Sunyani and Amazing Love Schools at Denu in the Volta Region.  He furthered his junior high school education at Amazing Love Schools and his senior high at Ghana Armed Forces Senior High Technical School, Kumasi. He further gained a diploma in Public Administration at the Institute of Accountancy Training (IAT) and is currently studying for a degree in Business Administration at the  Ghana Communication Technology University (GCTU), Accra.

MIB had loved music from his childhood. He started with music by singing karaoke to other artiste’ songs and started writing his own songs during his senior high schooling. Also, because his father was a great lover of Reggae Music and his mother used to sing at church, they also drove his passion for music.

MIB‘s philosophy of music is that, “music is the best way I express my emotions to others. It’s my safe and comfort zone. Music is a beautiful art of work which involves being creative, and I love how dynamic music is”.

His first ever song was a feature on a track with Boombaybe and Chiemeka with the title,  ‘Jori’. He first recorded his first track and featured musician, Levelx Bell with the title ‘Jesus’ somewhere in 2015.

The journey for MIB has been so great so far.  He has had the chance to be on GhOne‘s ‘Rhythmz Live’ Show with DJ Xpliph and Sheldon, ‘The Turn Up’ show, ‘Kill Dem Mic Session’ on Light TV with Boss Chick. He has also gotten the chance to perform on various stages in Accra.

MIB is currently working on an EP dubbed, ‘Memories Untold’, which is scheduled for release on the 25th of March this year. Also, he has a surprise EP project for his music lovers  which is also in the pipeline.

Follow MIB on the following social media fora;

Facebook – Mibgh

Twitter – @0fficialmib_gh

Instagram – officialmibgh

YouTube – MIB WORLDWIDE

Tiktok – @mib_gh

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10 Year Old Chloe Invokes The Holy Spirit At Oyerepa’s “Young Ministers” Show

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As God said in Acts 2:17, that He will pour out his spirit into all, and that even children will prophesy and minister, little Chloe seems to be doing the Lord work at a tender age.

Chloe, a competitor at this year’s “The Young Ministers” by Oyerepa TV got judges, patrons and fans of the show worshipping. It was just like the pentecost when the Holy Spirit came on the disciples.

Chloe did a powerful rendition of Pastor Kwame Amponsah’s “Merensesa Me Nyame Da” last week. The performance that came along with a short choreography got the judges in their spiritual gear praying and worshipping.

One particular judge was so in the spirit that he flowed in spiritual language. The audience weren’t spared by the spree as they tagged along. The whole atmosphere was charged and it was almost as if the competition grounds was a church having a crusade.

Chloe who churches at Christ Apostolic Church in TUC, has since been churning out amazing performances on the show which is fast making her become the audience’s favorite. Her videos are springing out all over social media foras.

Checkout the video of her performance on the show from below.

 

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“Minstry Of Tourism, Arts And Culture Must Tell Us The Position They Have Given Singathon Lady” – Pundit Quizzes

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The Ghanaian media spaces were flooded with bliss and entertainment in December when Afua Asantewaa Aduonum was on the quest of breaking the longest singing marathon under Guinness Book Of Records. The move was well supported by all the citizenry, with The Vice President, His Excellency, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, amongst others, representing.

This brought the Ministry of Tourism Arts And Culture, on board as they provided a venue for the competition.

It was alleged that because of the influence of Asantewaa and the reason that she sang Ghanaian songs and dressed Ghanaian throughout the competition, the Ministry of Tourism, Arts And Culture saw it wise to work with her. It was alleged again that a position and a role was handed her.

It is in this light that entertainment pundit and critic, Mr. James Clark has raised concerns on the issue. On the E Chat Show on Original Tv with Aba Guyguy, Mr James Clark questioned the Ministry to make clear their position on the matter. That is to say, if they really have given her a position, they should bare it out, and if not, they should state it.

Watch the statement he made from the video below.

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