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The Real Truth Behind DJ Slim, MC Portfolio, Black Sherif, 3Music and KTT’s Uprising

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It is just awkward when everyone is claiming to have directly or indirectly help Blacko’s Kweku The Traveller to propel into it’s greatness.
First of all, let’s take a look at 3 Music Award’s ‘Rainfall’ stunt that they claim was the major factor that made the song thrive. Did they, 3 Music opt KTT amongst many of Blacko’s hit songs for his first performance? If no, then their influence on the song is little. In fact, most Nigerians and other outsiders creating content with the song are not even using the ‘rainfall’ concept but are putting the lyrics to play in their videos.
Secondly, Mc Portfolio is claiming DJ Slim’s incessant attacks on Black Sherif triggered the song’s shine. On the contrary, I think otherwise. Most people in Kumerica know Portfolio is a clout chaser, and his career is entirely built on that. He didn’t even know the difference between, ‘Asakaa’ as a genre, and ‘keche’ or saka’ as the pidgin of Kumasi’s asante twi, but he purported himself as the PRO of the movement. He even did same when he was with Flowkingdom, attacking Sarkodie here and there in the stead of Flowking Stone, meanwhile he was not even told by anyone to do that. For someone like that to make a claim like that, we should know where he is coming from.
For DJ Slim too, most of our industry folks especially those in Kumerica know he is a bigger version of Portfolio in character. He is a snake, hoodoo, jonah and a jinx to the entertainment fraternity in Kumerica. We saw what he did to Flowking Stone, Kweku Flick, Asakaa Boys and now Black Sherif. He projected on live radio that the Asakaa Boys should pull out of 3Music Awards 2020 but later he was seen in bed with them later on. This is to say, they are all genuinely for the trends and money and would like to put every artiste under their umbrella and radar, and if you don’t want to be, they have to create an agenda to pull you down. If Black Sherif’s KTT had failed woefully, they would have come to say, it was because what they brought up against him was true.

Black Sherif’s KTT has reaffirmed the old axiom, “Who Jah bless, no man curse”.

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Meet Sprouting New School Musician, Yte Ezadus Who Is Making Statements With His Music

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Yte Ezadus, is the trailblazing new school musician who’s shattering glass ceilings and redefining the music landscape with his unparalleled talent and captivating artistry!

This rising superstar is making waves with his top-notch music content, propelling him towards greatness at a breathtaking pace that’s leaving the industry in awe.

Born Emmanuel Kwame Apraku on September 14th, 1996, in the Brong Ahafo Region, Yte’s passion for music was ignited at a tender age, and he’s been blazing a trail of excellence ever since. He began his melodic journey singing in church, nurturing his craft and developing a unique sound that would soon captivate the hearts of many and leave a lasting impact on the music world.

After completing his Senior High education at Presbyterian Senior High School in Bechem, Brong Ahafo Region, Yte took his first bold step into the music industry with his debut project, “Nam 1,” in 2018. This breakthrough single garnered immense traction and acclaim, fueling his determination to excel in music and cementing his status as a force to be reckoned with.

With an impressive discography of over eight songs, and featuring the likes of Bosom P Yung and Yaa Pono, Yte Ezadus proudly identifies as a street pop artiste, drawing inspiration from the raw energy and untold stories of the streets. His music is a reflection of the realities and experiences that shape the lives of everyday people, and his unique sound is a testament to his innovative approach and creative genius.

Confident in his abilities and vision, Yte boldly declares himself the next big thing to emerge from Ghana’s thriving music scene, and with his highly anticipated EP project, “The Road,” slated for release on May 10th, 2024, fans and critics alike are eagerly awaiting the next chapter in his musical journey.

Join the movement and follow Yte Ezadus on social media to stay updated on his latest releases, behind-the-scenes insights, and exclusive content!

Get ready to experience the future of music with this talented artiste who’s redefining the boundaries of creativity and excellence!”

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TikTok –  @yte_ezadus

Instagram – @yte_eza

Twitter – yte_eza

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Mc Desaint Lits Up “Abeka Salla Fest 2024”

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Award winning master of ceremony, Mc Desaint puts up a world class show at this year’s “Abeka Salla Fest 2024”. The show which was organized by Hon. Baba Sadiq, the NDC parliamentary candidate for Okaikwei Central, sponsored by blue jeans energy drink, indomie, gig energy, among others.

The show which was held on the streets of Abeka got the whole country buzzing. Mc Desaint with his high energy and agility pumped up the audience with excitement and steered the affairs of the show with professional mastery over the microphone.

Artistes on the bill of the show were Dopenation, Olivetheboy, Larruso,  King Promise, Wendy Shay, Jupitar, Chief One, et al with Shatta Wale as headline artiste.

Checkout the performances of Mc Desaint avec the artistes from below.

For bookings, contact Mc Desaint via the following social media fora:

Facebook – Ike De-Saint Djan

Instagram – Ike Desaint Djan

TikTok – @mcdesaint1

Telephone/WhatsApp – 0549214714

 

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