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Wicked Queen J Makes A Comeback With ‘I Kill for 2’ Featuring Ponobiom And Natty Lee After Hiatus



Ghana’s music scene is set ablaze once again as the sensational Wicked Queen J drops her latest love ballad, ‘I Kill for 2.’ Teaming up with the dynamic duo Ponobiom and Natty Lee, the song promises to be a chart-topper, delivering a potent mix of soulful vocals and compelling lyrics.

In this heart-wrenching melody, Wicked Queen J bares her emotions, expressing a willingness to go to extreme lengths for love. The title, ‘I Kill for 2,’ hints at the intensity of emotions encapsulated in the song, making it a must-listen for fans of the artist and lovers of poignant music alike.

The collaboration with Ponobiom and Natty Lee adds an extra layer of depth to the track, bringing together distinct musical styles that harmonize seamlessly. With Ponobiom’s rap prowess and Natty Lee’s unique vocal flair, the trio creates a musical masterpiece that transcends genres.

Production credit for this captivating piece goes to the talented DMG, known for crafting beats that elevate the listening experience. The synergy between Wicked Queen J’s vocals, Ponobiom’s rap verses, Natty Lee’s distinctive voice, and DMG’s production prowess creates a sonic journey that resonates with the listener.

Wicked Queen J, already celebrated for her previous hit ‘Ayew,’ continues to showcase her versatility as an artist. ‘Ayew’ established her as a force to be reckoned with in the Ghanaian music industry, and ‘I Kill for 2’ further cements her status as one of the country’s best female singers.

Listeners can expect a rollercoaster of emotions as Wicked Queen J takes them on a musical journey exploring the depths of love. The lyrics, combined with the evocative melody, create an immersive experience that tugs at the heartstrings.

As ‘I Kill for 2’ hits the airwaves, it’s poised to become a staple on playlists and a soundtrack for those navigating the complex terrain of love. Wicked Queen J’s ability to connect with her audience through her music ensures that this latest release will leave a lasting impression on fans and newcomers alike.

In a music scene brimming with talent, Wicked Queen J’s ‘I Kill for 2’ stands out as a testament to her artistry, offering a glimpse into the passion and dedication she brings to her craft. With this latest release, she not only adds another gem to her discography but also solidifies her position as Ghana’s best female singer.


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Ace Highlife Musician, Kojo Ashakan Makes A Comeback With “Stealing In The Name Of The Lord”



Highlife has gotten into so many faces until now. The earliest face is the part that got much appeal and influence on the general populace then and now. The likes of Daddy Lumba, AB Crentsil, Paapa Yankson, Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede, etc did their best to write history of the music culture. One of the famous amongst this group is Kojo Ashakan who has equally etched in the annals of history.

With noticable hit records like “Bra Na Mafiwo”, “Missing You Like Crazy”, “My Angel From Above”, “Apempe”, etc, Kofi Ashakan went into a long hiatus off music and relocated to Europe. After years off music, he is finally back like he never left.

His newest, “Stealing In The Name Of The Lord” though sounds anti religious is far from that. It is a song geared towards sensitizing naive ones on the operations of quack men of God.

The straight talker is telling it as it is. A fantastic, poetic, serious, uncompromising lyrics to those who have turned the work of God into business to defraud the poor.

Without much ado, I present to you  “Stealing In The Name Of The Lord” by Kojo Ashakan to you. Enjoy it from below. Do not forget to share as well.

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You Didn’t Know Me If You Say I Have Changed… I Am A Bad Boy” – Sammy Flex



Astute journalist and manager to Ghana’s seasoned artiste, Shatta Wale, Sammy Flex has raised some reservations on the number of people who actually are discerning and can analyse issues cynically on social media on “Showbiz Review” on Asempa 94.7 FM last Saturday.

The issue sufficed when a pundit on the show asked Sammy Flex if he has changed in personality. This question stemmed on the fact that Sammy has become excessively aggressive in his dealings and even on social media, and that he recently replied someone with unprintable insults.

Sammy Flex who was on the show to promote Shatta Wale’s newest “Konekt” album, then replied that he has not really changed but people did not know his real self because he was on the receiving side of the bench as a journalist and could not be over expressive. He also argued that most people on social media are not wise and that they just blow things out of proportion without proper analysis.

Watch the video of exactly what he said on the show from below.


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