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If one is asked to mention one unique thing about Guru’s songs, what may readily come to mind is the catchy titles he gives to his works. Very often, they tend to become household terms. Lapaz Toyota, Boys Abre, Bonsam Ani are some of the titles of his songs that have instantly become terms that…
Nomination time is anxiety time as the processes for the prestigious Ghana Music Awards get underway.
The Big weekend Afro-Beats Festival, with Accra Breweries Limited (ABL) as headline sponsor, would bring together 30 top artistes and music groups from Ghana and across Africa for the concert while guests get an opportunity to get personal with them. ABL would also be giving out its products to guests at factory price while musicians…
The official video of Ghanaian rapper’s hit ‘Akayida’ is out and I’m loving it! Kwadwo Nkansah aka DJ Lil Wayne is featured in the video. During the outro of the music video, he raps in a song called ‘Azonto Boys’ featuring Guru.
Ghanaian rapper Guru has for the first time opened up about his famous ‘Akayida’ track stating that his song does not incite violence or terrorism in any way as critics have sought to portray it.
For the people out there that don’t know the meaning of the Akayida, the ghanaian rapper, Guru, explains it all. The Akayida dance is a ghanaian dance which has been in the scene for quite some time now.