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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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Wicked Queen J Achieves Academic Excellence In Denmark

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Revered Ghanaian musician, Wicked Queen J, based in Denmark, has made a remarkable achievement in the academic realm, successfully completing her two-year program in Pharmaceutical and Psychology at ‘Sosuh’, one of Denmark’s most prestigious secondary education and vocational schools specializing in health sciences.

With flying colors, Wicked Queen J has demonstrated her intellectual prowess and dedication to excellence, excelling in a rigorous course that combined the in-depth study of pharmaceuticals, psychology, and related laws. Her comprehensive training encompasses managing and caring for mental health disorders, authorization law, psychopath law, sympathetic law, medical laws, and service laws, showcasing her unwavering commitment to making a meaningful impact in the healthcare sector.

As part of her professional development, Wicked Queen J will undertake a four-month service at the esteemed Psychological Institute Psychiatric Hospital, honing her skills and expertise before commencing full-time service at the same hospital, contributing to the nation’s healthcare sector.

Notably, despite her demanding academic schedule, Wicked Queen J continued to nurture her music career, releasing the chart-topping anthem “I Kill For 2” featuring Yaa Pono and Natty Lee, which remains a staple on radio and music outlets, showcasing her artistic versatility and talent.

To celebrate this milestone, Wicked Queen J’s hit single “I Kill For 2” is available below.

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Hundreds Thrilled At Atarah Praise 24 Hosted By Prophet Joseph Atarah

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Hundreds turned up at this year’s Atarah Praise held at the forecourt of the Believers Grace Crown Ministries International at Adenta Barrier last weekend.

The event held under the theme, “Praising God for his acts of power Psalm 150:1” is an annual event aimed at winning souls for the Kingdom of God.

Prior to the main performances, an op­portunity was given to some amazing young singers to minister to the gathering. This saw Mag Narh, Anointed Michael, Nana Kwarte­maa, Richard and West African Senior High Choir mesmerise the gathering.

Patrons enjoyed unforgettable minis­trations from gospel heavyweights such as Patience Nyarko, Lady Prempeh, Akesse Brempong, Jack Alolomi, Mabel Okyere, Piesie Esther and Empress Gifty.

They took patrons through some of their amazing compositions and rocked them with some unstoppable praises.

The time everyone was waiting for came, when the man of the moment, Prophet Atarah took his turn on the big stage.

Clad in Blue and Yellow Military-like apparel, Prophet Atarah proved why he is the singing prophet.

He performed songs from his repertoire including ‘Woye Odo’ together with Piesie Esther.

Prophet Atarah expressed his appreciation to all for their diverse support in making the programme a success.

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@Prophet Joseph Atarah performs Woye Odo with @piesieestherofficial at Atarah Praise 24 #wyseshots

♬ original sound – Wyse Shots GH

By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme

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