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I Am Sorry; Forgive Me – Evg. Diana Asamoah Pleads With Ga-Adangbe Traditional Area Over Homowo Comment (Video)

Multiple award-winning Ghanaian musician, Evangelist Diana Asamoah, has rendered an unqualified apology to the entire Ga-Adangbe Traditional Area following her comment about the Homowo festival.

While speaking in a self-recorded video, the soft-spoken woman of God apologised to the traditional authorities and their entire populace for speaking against the revered traditional heritage and culture of the Ga people.

She indicated that she did not mean to flare up tempers with her comment therefore she was asking for the full forgiveness of the entire Ga-Adangbe Traditional Area.

Evangelist Diana Asamoah beseeched the Ga Mantse, the traditional rulers, queen mothers and the entire Ga traditional area to forgive her for her utterances.

She indicated that she was aware of the press conference that was organized following her comments and was pleading with them to temper justice with mercy.

The Pentecost Sore Ndwom hitmaker said she was not and has never been against the celebration of any festival because she holds them in high esteem.


She said she did not speak well and asked that she be forgiven because she did not know what her comments may have caused.

Evangelist Diana Asamoah went on to ask for the continuous support of everyone so that she can keep going her and produce more songs for our listening pleasure.

Ghanaians Descend On Yaw Tog Over His ‘Poor’ Delivery And Fake UK Accent In Freestyle “Me” (Watch Video)

Ghanaians on social media have taken a swipe at fast-rising Ghanaian artiste Yaw Tog known in real life as Thorsten Owusu Gyimah over his latest freestyle titled “Me” which he shared on social media.

The Sore singer took to social media to rap about his achievements in this short time ever since he came to the limelight.

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He bragged about his 1 million views in 3 days for his remix of song Sore which featured multiple award-winning UK artiste, Stormzy and Ghanaian star, Kwesi Arthur.

Yaw Tog’s latest project which is a freestyle he has titled “Me” was posted on Twitter and gained a lot of views and comments.

As at the time of checking, the video had garnered over 100,000 views which is very impressive.

However, social media users have raised some sentiments over the freestyle and have aired their views on various platforms.

One of the many concerns that have been raised so far about “Me” is that fact that the Sore hitmaker did not rap in his usual Ghanaian tone but rather exhibited some Locally Acquired Foreign UK Accent.

Another sentiment that came from social media over the freestyle is that the lines used by the rapper were below par and that they were of the view that he could have done better.

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Yaw Tog rose to fame following his collaboration with UK’s Stormzy and Ghana’s Kwesi Arthur.

Mr Anane Frimpong Finally Opens Up On Why He Stopped Supporting Artistes From Konongo; Outlines Future Intentions (Watch Video)

Chief Executive Officer of Frimprince Music Productions, Mr Anane Frimpong, has finally given the reason he is no more supporting and pushing artistes from Konongo.

While speaking in an exclusive interview with DJ Master P, Mr Anane Frimpong indicated that he started out as a music producer in Konongo and was more than willing to help artistes coming out of the town.

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He however said that an issue arose that forced him to stop showing support to artistes from the region.

In recounting the issue, Mr Anane Frimpong said one upcoming musician came to him with a demo and asked him to listen to it and see how best he could help him.

Mr Anane Frimpong went on to add that he brought the demo to Accra and forgot about it only for the artiste to accost him with police and accused him of selling the music and keeping the money.


Mr Anane Frimpong added that he pleaded with the police to give him some time to bring back the demo to the young artiste.

He then said he came back to Accra and went through the hundreds of demos he had received and luckily found the said artiste’s demo.

The veteran music producer said he quickly returned the demo to the artiste who was in the company of his grandmother and he decided to not get involved with any artiste from the area again.

Mr Anane Frimpong however said that the area from which he started was blessed with many musicians and he cited examples as the likes of Nana Amakye Dede, Ofori Amponsah, late Kofi B, Agya Bomofour, Obour, Francis Asimadu.

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He said he was very pained by the incident but has now thought out the issue and would soon go back to Konongo to help push artistes and raise more stars in the music industry.

VGMA 2021: Full List Of Nominees For Awards Released (See List)

The next edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is set to take place as the nominees vying for the various categories have been released by the awards board.

See the full list:

Gospel Song of the Year

Blessed – Akesse Brempong ft. Joe Mettle
Favour Everywhere – Celestine ft. Evelyn Wanjiru
Adom – Diana Hamilton
Jesus Over Do – Empress Gifty
Yesu Mo – Joe Mettle
Jesus – MOGmusic
Jejeli – KobbySalm ft. Okey Sokay
Who Say God No Dey – Kofi Karikari

Highlife Song of the Year

Posti Me – Akwaboah
Playboy – Dada Hafco ft. Akwaboah
Enjoyment – KiDi
Behind The Scenes – Kofi Kinaata
Open Gate – Kuami Eugene
Asabone – Lord Paper ft. Bosom P-Yung
Later – Mr Drew ft. Kelvyn Boy
Party – Sista Afia ft. Fameye

Hiplife Song of the Year

Thank God – DopeNation ft. Kofi Kinaata
Enough Is Enough – Eno Barony ft. Wendy Shay
Long Life – Fameye ft. Kwesi Arthur
No Dulling – Keche ft. Kuami Eugene
Dw3 Remix – Krymi xr Drew ft. All Stars
Pilolo – Strongman ft. Kelvyn Boy
Happy Day – Sarkodie ft. Kuami Eugene
Ghetto Boy – Tulenkey ft. Kelvyn Boy & Medikal

Hip-Hop Song of the Year

Ataa Adwoa – Bosom PYung
Otan Hunu – Dead Peepol ft Rich Kent. Akobam – Joey B ft Medikal & Kofi Mole
Ekorso – Kofi Jamar ft. Yaw Tog & Ypee
Money – Kweku Flick Live from 233 – Kwesi Arthur
La Hustle Remix – Medikal ft Joey B & Criss Waddle
Sore – Yaw Tog ft O’kenneth, City Boy, Reggie, Jay Bahd
Force Dem To Play Nonsense – Eno Barony ft. Sister Derby & Strongman

Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year

Why – Adina

Sheriff – MzVee

Forever – Samini

Lonely – Jah Lead

Killy Killy Rmx – Larruso ft Stonebwoy & Kwesi Arthur

Make Up – Kaphun ft Stonebwoy

Gye Diee – Ras Kuuku ft MOGmusic

Mi Dey Up Rmx – Kofi Jamar ft Stonebwoy

Afrobeats/AFROPOP Song of the Year

Take Care of You – Adina ft Stonebwoy

Inna Song – Darkovibes ft King Promise

Forever – Gyakie

Momo – KelvynBoy ft Mugeez & Darkovibes

Say Cheese – KiDi Sisa – King Promise

Turn On the Lights – Kwesi Arthur

Let Me Know – Mr Drew

Maria – Camidoh

Emergency – Wendy Shay

VGMA Unsung Act


Oseikrom Sikani

Malcolm Nuna

Kwame Yogot

Kobby Tuesday

Naana Blu

Adelaide The Seer

Queendalyn Yurglee

Best Video of the Year

Why – Adina

Fancy – Amaarae

Adom – Diana Hamilton

Cold – Joey B

Open Gate – Kuami Eugene

On the Street – Kweku Smoke

Let Me Know – Mr Drew

Baddest Boss – MzVee

Kpa – Okyeame Kwame

Pompoyeyaw rmx – Pappy Kojo

Instrumentalist of the Year

Joshua Moszi

Nana Yaw Sarfo

Prince Sennah

Emmanuel Bludo

Enoch Owuraku Kissi

Songwriter of the Year

Diana Hamilton – Adom

Kofi Kinaata – Behind the Scenes

Adina – Hyedin

Joe Mettle – Yesu Mo Abiana

Adun Lei Epixode – Too Much

Record of the Year

Be Your Own Beautiful – Adomaa

Daddy’s Little Girl – Adina

Fancy – Amaarae

Die 4 U – Cina Soul

Too Much – Epixode

Diplomatic Teef – Trigmatic

Commot – Worlasi

Mmusuo – YaaYaa

Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year

Kofi Jamar – Ekorso
Darkovibes – Inna Song
Kidi – Enjoyment
Keche – No Dulling
Diana Hamilton – Adom
Bosom P Yung – Atta Adwoa
King Promise – Sisa
Medikal – La Hustle Remix
Sarkodie – Happy Day
Kuami Eugene – Open Gate
Kidi – Say Cheese

Album of the Year

Alaba – Adina
Kpanlogo – Darkovibes
Son of Africa – Kuami Eugene
The Truth – AMG Medikal
Inveencible – MzVee
10Am – Strongman
Blackstar – Kelvyn Boy
Lava Feels – Joey B

Best New Artiste of the Year

Bosom PYung
Dead Peepol
Kofi Jamar
Kweku Flick
Mr Drew
Yaw Tog

EP of the Year

  • Blue EP – KiDi
  • Seed EP – Gyakie
  • Different – GuiltyBeatz.
  • Mood Swings – Edem
  • Sorry For The Wait This Is Not The Wait – Kwesi Arthur
  • The Truth – Kofi Jamar

International Collaboration of the Year

  • Favor Everywhere – Celestine Donkor ft Evelyn Wanjiru
  • The One – Efya ft Tiwa Savage
  • Something Nice – Kofi Kinaata ft Patoranking
  • Show Body – Kuami Eugene ft Falz
  • Baajo – Kwesi Arthur ft Joeboy
  • CEO Flow – Sarkodie ft E-40
  • Paper – Sista Afia ft Victor AD
  • Thomas Pompoyeyaw rmx – Pappy Kojo ft Busiswa

African Artiste of the Year

  • Burnaboy
  • Davido
  • Wizkid
  • Master KG.
  • Fireboy DML
  • Omah Lay

Best Rapper Performance

  • Amerado – Best Rapper
  • Eno Barony – God Is A Woman
  • Joey B – Cold
  • Medikal – Stop It
  • Sarkodie – Brown Paper Bag
  • Strongman – Flawless

Best Collaboration of the Year

  • Take Care of You – Adina ft Stonebwoy
  • Inna Song – Darkovibes ft King Promise
  • No Dulling – Keche ft Kuami Eugene
  • One Man – KiDi ft Adina
  • Ekorso – Kofi Jamar ft Yaw Tog & Ypee.
  • La Hustle Remix – Medikal ft Joey B & Criss Waddle.
  • Happy Day – Sarkodie ft Kuami Eugene.
  • Sore – Yaw Tog ft O’kenneth, City Boy, Reggie, Jay Bahd

Best Group of the Year

  • Bethel Revival Choir
  • DopeNation
  • Dead Peepol
  • Keche

Female Vocalist of the Year

  • Abiana – Adun Lei
  • Adina – Hear Me
  • Cina Soul – Die 4 U
  • YaaYaa – Mmusuo
  • Efe Grace – Lord Have Your Way.
  • Enuonyam – Fill Me

Male Vocalist of the Year

  • KiDi – One Man
  • Joe Mettle – Yesu Mo
  • Akwaboah – Posti Me
  • MOGmusic – Oguamma
  • Kyei Mensah – Take It All
  • Kingsley Amporful – God

Producer of the Year

  • Chris Rich Beats
  • Yung Demz
  • Street Beatz
  • Richie Mensah
  • MOG Beatz
  • Willis Beatz

Hiplife/Hip-Hop Artiste of the Year

  • Eno Barony
  • Joey B
  • Keche
  • Kofi Jamar
  • Kwesi Arthur
  • Medikal.
  • Sarkodie
  • Yaw Tog

Record of the Year

  • Be Your Own Beautiful – Adomaa
  • Daddy’s Little Girl – Adina
  • Fancy – Amaarae.
  • Die 4 U – Cina Soul.
  • Too Much – Epixode
  • Diplomatic Teef – Trigmatic.
  • Commot – Worlasi
  • Mmusuo – YaaYaa

Songwriter of the Year

  • Diana Hamilton – Adom
  • Kofi Kinaata – Behind the Scenes
  • Adina – Hyedin
  • Joe Mettle – Yesu Mo
  • Abiana – Adun Lei
  • Epixode – Too Much

Instrumentalist of the Year

  • Joshua Moszi
  • Nana Yaw Sarfo
  • Prince Sennah
  • Emmanuel Bludo Enoch
  • Owuraku Kissi

Just In: Veteran Ghanaian Singer Jesse Jones Has Passed Away (See Details)

Sad news reaching frimprinceproductions.co.uk has it that veteran Ghanaian highlife and gospel singer, Jesse Jones has passed away.

The Ghanaian singer is reported to have died on March 30, 2021, at the age of 61.

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Reports have it that he passed away in Ghana but it is yet to be ascertained whether he died at home or in a hospital.It is also unclear if he was suffering from any health condition which contributed to his unfortunate demise.

Prior to his death, he was noted for some of the popular highlife songs as well as gospel songs that took over Ghana’s airwaves in the late ’90s and early 2000s.

Jesse Jones rose to prominence after his talent got noticed by music producers who were on top of their game in Ghana.

He was the first artiste to have signed under Frimprince Music Production and went on to produce chart-topping songs.

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Jesse Jones went into the music industry as a highlife artiste but with time, he transitioned into a gospel musician. May his soul rest in peace.

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