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    Johnny Nash: I Can See Clearly Now singer dies aged 80

    Nash, whose health had been in decline, died at his home of natural causes on Tuesday, his son told US media.The musician began singing as a child and made his major label debut with the 1957 song A Teenager Sings the Blues.Nash, born in Houston, was one of the first non-Jamaican singers to record reggae music in Kingston, Jamaica.......read fll stor here on harmattangh.com

    PRESEC Emerged Winner of 2020 NSMQ

    This year’s grand finale was keenly contested by Adisadel College from the Central Region, Presbyterian Boys from the Greater Accra Region, and the Ashanti Region’s Opoku Ware School.....................read full story here on Harmattangh.com

    Medra-Wamerica [Prod.By MadBeats]

    The CEO of SoundDown Music, Medra Gh has followed the "Merica" Trend ,he hails from Wa hence dubbed it "Wamerica"Listen up, have a feel and download.

    Stunner Gh Vote Edison ft Infinity Gh [prod. by Gally]

    Stunner teams up with Infinity of Kingship Music to produce a hot campaign song for Mr. Edison Abdul-Hanif, the aspiring member of Parliament for Wa Central Constituency under the ticket of LPG. Mr. Edison has been very supportive to the Upper West Music Industry and the Region as a whole and they pulled this new joint as a surprise support for him towards his goal of becoming the next Wa Central MP. They both encourage their fans and all Upper Westerners to vote for him to win. This new jam was produced by Gallybeatz............Listen up, have a feel and download

    “Humility Counts a lot in this Music Game, Just Humble”- Meskhy Tells

    He furthered that In light of this knowledge, musicians are challenged to set themselves apart from the next musician in line. They can do this by not only with their skills as a musicians, but as a person or people who has the deepest respect for the people hiring them and their vision for the music. “Rarely a musician is not only called into the picture to be served musically, but to serve others as well. It is this type of mind set that permeates every way that we interact with our fellow musicians inside and outside of the music. It is this type of mind set that makes playing with us enjoyable for the person that hired us and for the listener as well. We can apply the principle of humility to two different relationships: our relationship with the music and our relationship with the promoter, industry player or our colleague musicians”............read full story here on harmattangh.com
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