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VIP Leaves Paradise Entertainment


Yet another great partnership in showbiz has come to an abrupt end. Pan African Hiplife group VIP (Vision In Progess) has parted ways with their management company, Paradise Entertainment after two years. The Nima based Hiplife trio made up of Promzy, Prodigal and Lazy disclosed this to Peacefmonline.com in an exclusive interview.

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R&B star, Mario fancies Ghanaian rapper Tiffany?

Tiffany & Mario

After tweeting a storm about the buttocks of Ghanaian and African women on his Twitter page, it appears that R&B singer Mario may have found one Ghanaian ‘booty’ particularly interesting. Some reports suggest that the singer showed interest in Ghanaian female rapper, Tiffany while he was in Ghana to perform at Saturday’s 233connect concert. Tiffany was also on the bill …

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Praye Honeho Turns Radio Presenter


Barely six months after popular musician A-Plus, born Kwame Asare Obeng, signaled a possible exit from the music industry with the launch of his comedy show, Eugene Baah, a member of music trio Praye, seems to be treading the same path. The fiancé of famous actress Beverly Afaglo, who calls himself the ‘choirmaster’, has taken a new career as radio …

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Rex Omar endorses Obour for MUSIGA presidency

Obour for musiga

Hi-Life great, Rex Omar has thrown his weight behind Hiplife musician, Obour’s bid to lead the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), saying he is the bridge between the young and the old. Rex, who was speaking at Obour’s campaign launch at the Coconut Groove Regency Hotel, said it was rather unfortunate that several personalities are trying to woo Obour, who …

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Lynx Entertainment links up with 11 top Ghanaian artistes to sing for peace

Lynx Entertainment

In November 2012 Ghanaians will be heading to the polls again to elect a President and Parliamentarians. Even though Ghana has been globally touted as a beacon of peace in Africa, recent developments in the political scene have raised the political temperature, and many people are beginning to raise concern about Ghana’s ability to survive another peaceful election. Prior to …

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