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Musician, Charles Fanti Readies New Track Dubbed, “Sake Of Love”

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Highlife, hiplife and Afrobeat artiste, Charles Fanti is set to release his much anticipated track, “Sake Of Love,” pretty soon.

The Gavali Music signee, Charles Fanti after wetting his fans appetite promises to deliver them soul soothing vibes of a song in his upcoming banger, “Sake Of Love”. The versatile artiste in this vein has urged his fans to support the song with their all when it drops because it’s a track that will make anyone’s day anyday.

The afable artiste who has been in the music scene for a while merges the styles of legendary artistes, Daddy Lumba, Kojo Antwi, Daasebre Dwamena, Nana Ampadu, just to name a few. This makes his music quite unique and refreshing.

“Sake Of Love” as soon as it drops will be available on Audiomack, Spotify, YouTube and all digital and music streaming platforms.

Watch this space for more updates on the song.

 

 

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Shatana Schools Dada KD On The State Of The Nation

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Songstress and Afrobeat musician, Shatana has clapped back hard at veteran highlife musician, Dada KD for some infamous utterances he made in an interview on CTV’s show.

In the interview, Dada KD was of the view that indeed, the current government bearded by President, Akufo Addo is doing well and that the Ghanaian populace should spare him the drama and overreaction on petty issues.

He explained that the extravagant lifestyle of some Ghanaians is what is making them feel and face hardship in the country. He further backed up his point by saying, the government has been able to construct about 80% of roads in Ghana which back in the days was a worrisome headache to most Ghanaians. He stated figuratively that, the president, is not spoon-feeding Ghanaians but rather teaching Ghanaians to fish.

Watch the interview from below.

Music queen, Shatana who felt Dada KD’s claims to be all lies and full of partisanship stunts clapped back hard at him with a reply on the video that posted the interview on Instagram.

She wrote, ”

Shatana has also released a new song dubbed, “Anfa” which addresses the current hardship Ghanaians are going through and exposes the failures of the government. Take a listen of the song from below.

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MODERN MEDIA SHORT LIVING SONGS IN CONTRAST TO THAT OF THE TRADITIONAL MEDIA?

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A week or two ago, ace producer, Wei Ye Oteng raised a critical issue on the topic, “Modern Media (social media) killing bangers even before they reach their longevity or threshold, which traditional media did not do”, (paraphrasingly speaking). He was for the motion. The following raised points represents my take on the issue.

First of all, radio and TV will represent my idea of traditional media and fora like Tik Tok, Instagram, Facebook, etc will represent modern/social media. The traditional media had DJs, presenters and program hosts as segregators of the era. In music promotion, the modern media has celebrities, influencers, ”slay queens”, etc as controllers.

For one’s song to reach it’s climax back in the traditional media age, one had to use the DJs, presenters and program hosts. On the other hand, in this our modern media era, you sure need the ‘celebrities’, influencers, and those who matter on the internet to ‘blow’ your song.
Moving back to the motion, I disagree with it.

Back in the day, if the DJ’s, presenters, etc stopped playing your song, it naturally died out. The longevity of your song depended on how much playtime you got on the radios and TV. Also, if new songs from another artiste come, the DJ’s were bound to play the new songs more than the old ones, unless maybe, extra greasing of the palm is done.

On the hand, in modern times, an artiste needs the help of ”influencers” to create content with the new song to reach it’s apex. The longevity of the song in this era depends on the ability of the artiste and team to create more and nicer contents around the song (Using Kelvin Boy “Down Flat” and Camidoh’s “Sugarcane” as a case study).

For one’s song to reach it’s climax back in the traditional media age, one had to use the DJs, presenters and program hosts. On the other hand, in this our modern media era, you sure need the ‘celebrities’, influencers, and those who matter on the internet to ‘blow’ your song.
Moving back to the motion, I disagree with it.

Back in the day, if the DJ’s, presenters, etc stopped playing your song, it naturally died out. The longevity of your song depended on how much playtime you got on the radios and TV. Also, if new songs from another artiste come, the DJ’s were bound to play the new songs more than the old ones, unless maybe, extra greasing of the palm is done.

On the hand, in modern times, an artiste needs the help of ”influencers” to create content with the new song to reach it’s apex. The longevity of the song in this era depends on the ability of the artiste and team to create more and nicer contents around the song (Using Kelvin Boy “Down Flat” and Camidoh’s “Sugarcane” as a case study).

The advantage of the modern media over the traditional media in terms of longevity and promotion is that the mileage and reach is very wider because internet has made the world a global village. Also it provides avenues to contain plenty talents to shine with very little stress.

The disadvantage of the modern media as against the traditional media is it’s openness which allows mediocrity to thrive also. In the traditional media days, a song underwent critical scrutiny, which made sure the song is ”radio friendly” or censored and fit for listenership before it is played.

In all the above raised points which I believe strongly that the modern media system helps songs to thrive to it’s full capacity, I also believe that the modern media and traditional media sysrems are similar in their modus aperandi.
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