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Ghanaians and Nigerians in the UK attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in their own style.



Ghanaians and Nigerians in the UK attend Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in their own style.

On Monday, September 19, the United Kingdom held its longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, final burial services, and some Africans observed the occasion in “great style.”

Queen Elizabeth’s coffin reached at her ultimate resting place after a long journey from Balmoral Castle to Edinburgh, Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall and Westminster Abbey, and finally to St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

Following the Queen’s funeral earlier in the day, international leaders attended the state funeral, and tens of thousands of people lined the streets to pay their final respects to her.

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At this time, a few members of the Ghanaian community in the UK made the decision to organize their own burial for the Queen.

People wearing red and black Ghanaian clothing could be seen filling the streets of Conel in Tottenham, North London, in viral footage that were posted online.

They were standing in front of a building that was lined with seats that were likewise clad in black and was ornamented with red clothing, which is sometimes seen during funerals in Ghana.

A live band played at the venue, particularly songs with Highlife influences that are frequently heard during Ghanaian funerals.

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Smoke Ice Music/JayRaw Multimedia Signs Kulli Jay, A Budding Afrobeats Artiste




Smoke Ice Music and JayRaw Multimedia has announced the signing of a new male singer, Kulli Jay to their record label, Smoke Ice Music/JayRaw Multimedia.

The up-and-coming musician, Kelvin Osei Owusu who goes by the stage name Kulli Jay, also expressed his excitement about the deal, promising his best under the new management.

Kulli Jay, the new signee has been churning out a couple of music before he came into contact with Smoke Ice Music/Jayraw Multimedia. The announcement and signing was posted on the socials of the Label. Speaking to the CEO of Ice Smoke Music, he promises that their new signee is full of goodies and that Ghana and beyond should expect something awesome.

Kulli Jay is expected to drop his newest single under the label very soon.

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Meet Derrick Ampadu Ansong, The Grandson Of The Late Legendary Nana Kwame Ampadu



Derrick Ampadu Ansong, known by his stage name Ampadu Ansong, is a multifaceted Ghanaian talent who has made a significant impact in Ghana’s entertainment industry. With his charm, energy, and versatility, Ampadu Ansong has become a popular figure in showbiz circles. From his early years in the bustling capital city of Accra.

Ampadu Ansong has proven his ability to captivate audiences and create memorable experiences. In this article, we will delve into his background, career, and contributions to the world of Ghanaian entertainment.

Derrick Ampadu Ansong who is the Grandson of the legendary musician The Late Nana Ampadu, a student of Ghana Telecom University who comes from kwaku in the Eastern part of Ghana.

Ampadu Ansong works with the record label known as Chambers Records. He has 3 singles to his credit namely, Hallelujah,Tina and Alone, and soon to release another amazing single. Growing up in the capital city, he was exposed to the vibrant and diverse entertainment scene that characterizes Accra.


This early exposure ignited his passion for the arts. Throughout his schooling years, Ampadu Ansong displayed natural talent in hosting and entertaining, captivating his peers and teachers with his charisma and quick-witted humor.

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