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03/May/2016

Spared by the hitmen with principles

One year ago a group of gunmen in Burundi was hired to kill a woman visiting from Australia. But the hit did not go as planned, leaving her with a chance to turn the tables on the man who wanted her dead.

"I felt like somebody who had risen again," says Noela Rukundo.

She was supposed to be dead. The hired killers had been paid. They had even explained how they would dispose of the body.

But now, waiting outside her house for the last of the mourners to leave, she was ready to face down the man who had put out a contract for her murder.

"When I get out of the car, he saw me straight away. He put his hands on his head and said, 'Is it my eyes? Is it a ghost?'"

"Surprise! I'm still alive!" she replied.

Noela's ordeal began five days earlier, and 7,500 miles away in her native Burundi. She had returned to Africa from her home in Melbourne, Australia, to attend her stepmother's funeral.

"I had lost the last person who I call 'mother'," she says. "It was very painful. I was so stressed."

By early evening Noela had retreated to her hotel room. As she lay dozing in the stifling city heat of Bujumbura, her phone rang. It was a call from Australia - from Balenga Kalala, her husband and father to her three youngest children.

"He says he'd been trying to get me for the whole day," Noela says. "I said I was going to bed. He told me, 'To bed? Why are you sleeping so early?'

"I say, 'I'm not feeling happy'. And he asks me, 'How's the weather? Is it very, very hot?' He told me to go outside for fresh air."

Noela took his advice.

"I didn't think anything. I just thought that he cared about me, that he was worried about me."

A wedding photo (Balenga Kalala and Noela Rukundo)

But moments after stepping outside the hotel compound, Noela found herself in danger.

"I opened the gate and I saw a man coming towards me. Then he pointed the gun on me.

"He just told me, 'Don't scream. If you start screaming, I will shoot you. They're going to catch me, but you? You will already be dead.'

"So, I did exactly what he told me."

The gunman motioned Noela towards a waiting car.

"I was sitting between two men. One had a small gun, one had a long gun. And the men say to the driver, 'Pass us a scarf.' Then they cover my face.

"After that, I didn't say anything. They just said to the driver, 'Let's go.'

"I was taken somewhere, 30 to 40 minutes, then I hear the car stop."

Noela was pushed inside a building and tied to a chair.

"One of the kidnappers told his friend, 'Go call the boss.' I can hear doors open but I didn't know if their boss was in a room or if he came from outside.

"They ask me, 'What did you do to this man? Why has this man asked us to kill you?' And then I tell them, 'Which man? Because I don't have any problem with anybody.' They say, 'Your husband!' I say, 'My husband can't kill me, you are lying!' And then they slap me.

"After that the boss says, 'You are very stupid, you are fool. Let me call who has paid us to kill you.'"

The gang's leader made the call.

"We already have her," he triumphantly told his paymaster.

The phone was put on loudspeaker for Noela to hear the reply.

Her husband's voice said: "Kill her."

Just hours earlier, the same voice had consoled her over the death of her stepmother and urged her to take fresh air outside the hotel. Now her husband Balenga Kalala had condemned her to death.

"I heard his voice. I heard him. I felt like my head was going to blow up.

"Then they described for him where they were going to chuck the body."

At that, Noela says she passed out.

Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Balenga Kalala had arrived in Australia in 2004 as a refugee, after fleeing a rebel army that had rampaged through his village, killing his wife and young son.

Settling in Melbourne, he soon found steady employment, first in a seafood processing factory and then in a warehouse as a forklift operator.

"He could already speak English," recalls Noela, who also arrived in Australia in 2004. "My social worker was his social worker, and they used him to translate Swahili."

The two fell in love. They set up home in the Kings Park suburb of the city. Noela had five children from a previous relationship and went on to have three more with Kalala.

"I knew he was a violent man," admits Noela. "But I didn't believe he can kill me. I loved this man with all my heart!

"I give him, beautiful and handsome, two boys and one girl. So I don't know why he choose to kill me."


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As the gang's leader ended the call to Kalala, Noela was coming round.

"I said to myself, I was already dead. Nothing I can do can save me.

"But he looks at me and then he says, 'We're not going to kill you. We don't kill women and children.'

"He told me I'd been stupid because my husband paid them the deposit in November. And when I went to Africa it was January. He asked me, 'How stupid can you be, from November, you can't see that something is wrong?'"

He might have been a hit-man with principles, but the gang's leader still took the opportunity to extort more money from Kalala. He called him back and informed him that the fee for the murder had increased. He wanted a further 3,400 Australian dollars (£1,700) to finish the job.

Back at the hotel, Noela's brother was getting worried about her disappearance. He called Kalala in Australia to ask for $545 to pay the police to open an investigation - Kalala feigned concern and duly wired the money.

After two days in captivity, Noela was freed.

"'We give you 80 hours to leave this country,'" Noela says the gang told her. "'Your husband is serious. Maybe we can spare your life, but other people, they're not going to do the same thing. If God helps you, you'll get to Australia.'"

Before leaving Noela by the side of a road, the gang handed her the evidence they hoped would incriminate Kalala - a memory card containing recorded phone conversations of him discussing the murder and receipts for the Western Union money transfers.

We just want you to go back, to tell other stupid women like you what happened," the gang told Noela as they parted. "You must learn something: you people get a chance to go overseas for a better life. But the money you are earning, the money the government gives to you, you use it for killing each other!"

Noela immediately began planning her return to Australia. She called the pastor of her church in Melbourne, Dassano Harruno Nantogmah, and requested his help.

"'It was in the middle of the night. I says, 'It's me, I'm still alive, don't tell anybody.' He says, 'Noela, I don't believe it. Balenga can't kill someone!' And I said, 'Pastor, believe me!'"

Three days later, on the evening of 22 February 2015, Noela was back in Melbourne.

By now, Kalala had informed the community that his wife had died in a tragic accident. He had spent the day hosting a steady stream of well-wishers, many of whom donated money.

"It was around 7.30pm," Noela says. "He was in front of the house. People had been inside mourning with him and he was escorting a group of them into a car."

It was as they drove away that Noela sprang her surprise.

"I was stood just looking at him. He was scared, he didn't believe it. Then he starts walking towards me, slowly, like he was walking on broken glass.

"He kept talking to himself and when he reached me, he touched me on the shoulder. He jumped.

"He did it again. He jumped. Then he said, 'Noela, is it you?'… Then he start screaming, 'I'm sorry for everything.'"

Noela called the police who ordered Kalala off the premises and later obtained a court order against him. Days later, the police instructed Noela to call Kalala. Kalala made a full confession to his wife, captured on tape, begging for her forgiveness and revealing why he had ordered the murder.

"He say he wanted to kill me because he was jealous," says Noela. "He think that I wanted to leave him for another man."

She rejects the accusation.

In a police interview, Kalala denied any involvement in the plot. "The pretence," wrote the judge at his trial in December, "lasted for hours." But when confronted with the recording of his telephone conversation with Noela and the evidence she brought back from Burundi he started to cry.

Kalala was still unable to offer any explanation for his actions, suggesting only that "sometimes [the] devil can come into someone to do something but after they do it, they start thinking, 'Why I did that thing?'"

On 11 December last year, in court in Melbourne, after pleading guilty to incitement to murder, Kalala was sentenced to nine years in prison.

"His voice always comes in the night - 'Kill her, kill her,'" says Noela of the nightmares that now plague her. "Every night, I see what was happening in those two days with the kidnappers."

Ostracised by many in Melbourne's African community, some of whom blame her for Kalala's conviction, Noela sees a difficult future for her and her eight children.

"But I will stand up like a strong woman," she says.

"My situation, my past life? That is gone. I'm starting a new life now."

Source: bbc.com

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05/Feb/2016

Black Scribes by Paul Koomson

Oh, how I wish

The Bible was written by a Black man,

An African or some coloured people

Then they would have been divinely inspired

To be the heralds of the Creator's will,

Our creator's grand plan, His ways,

The divine rules of the ultimate maker

Who has always been

Blacks would have been the scribes

And the Dark Continent the cradle

Of improved Judaism

Or maybe it was modernised

What then would the world's response have been

Could the dark arena have emitted light

To all the universe

Wonder is the response

Perhaps the heathens would have been Israelites

No! Forget not,

That time is too remote

Well, they were god-open but God-remote

Africa knew nothing and could not document

What about the Pharaoh's land?

Leave that one

What if Africa is freed of the double bind

From the rulers of our rulers,

From the monster rulers of the states,

The auto-images of the fiend.

 

The Bible may have been written by Africans.

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11/Dec/2015

Little Things Musicians in Ghana Don’t Do Yet Expect a Break Through

Music has never been for fun only. That’s why we call it ‘Music Business’ and that is one good reason I don’t render services for musicians for free. It is business and its has rules!

In Music Business, commercial success is the ultimate. Every musician in Ghana definitely wants a break through. It could be a single record or an album. There are few things I know musicians in Ghana are aware of but deliberately relegate to the background and still expect to be talk of the town. How you package yourself will determine how long you will be relevant in the music industry.

I have paid attention to some of our musicians speak on both radio and television and it feels terrible. Most of them find it difficult to express themselves. Expressing one’s self is a big deal. If you know how to express yourself publicly, you can communicate well even with gestures. Some musicians are just refusing to learn the English language and those who mostly grant interviews in any of the local languages also face a lot of problems. The truth is that English is the official language of Ghana and it is expedient that any inhabitant or citizen of Ghana learns it to enable them communicate with ease.

The next point is that musicians in Ghana have no respect for those who promote their music and brand – from radio presenters, disc jockeys, promoters, bloggers etc. They treat them like their services are ancillary. Meanwhile, these people are the life of the craft. Aside the fact that the promoters need the musician’s songs and video as content, the musicians also need those platforms to reach out to their fans and potential fans. Just like any other business there is the need to keep strong business tide that binds both sides.

 Good looks and distinguished identity will bring in endorsement deals too. Don’t forget that too. 

In this era where sales of compact discs has drastically gone down, free downloads and striving for a hit song has become the order of the day. But the cash flows more from the stage. Some of our musicians have good songs yet they have appalling stage craft. You will lose interest in their brand after watching some of them perform.

 I’ve spent time with some artiste backstage during major events in Ghana and the atmosphere has always not been nice. Besides, our musicians hardly spend time trying to link up with other acts beyond their jurisdiction. It is necessary – not just for collaboration but to share ideas. Music is a global trade.  If we really want to go beyond our immediate boundaries, then we need to network with other acts elsewhere.


Ghanaian musicians are making money. To some extent, yes, they are not lacking. We always see them riding in luxurious automobiles, great mansions, beautiful ‘chicks’ and better clothes that cost thousands of Ghana cedis. So why can’t they employ the services of a Public Relations experts or publicists? Not every blogger is a public relations expert. You need a publicist to communicate to the public on your behalf and also network with all the media outlets that matters on your behalf. These are professionals you can hire to execute a deal. Most musicians take good initiatives that the public don’t know about. Others have their image tarnished because there was nobody to do the damage control.

Recently a Ghanaian blog released a list of Ghanaian artistes who are very interactive on the social media. It looks good but more can be done. Most artistes just don’t know how to get interactive with the fans.

 One thing you should not forget is that the social media administrator cannot do all. You frequently need to track your fan base to know where to push in a lot of energy. Musicians and their management should stop treating these partners like their effort is an option. They play instrumental roles in their career development and success.

Let’s do the best we can so the music craft will gain massive recognition and patronage both in Ghana and on the international market. It doesn’t come on a silver platter.

-Source: Jonilar
Twitter: @Jonilar
( Jonilar.blogspot.com)

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11/Dec/2015

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Kelise Vee Features Quata Budukusu on new single.

Most music producers have at one point in time done some actual voicing themselves, so once in a while, they step in the booth to exhibit another side of them, very few have however left the art of “cooking” music to become mainstream performing artistes.

Kelise Vee, one of the fastest rising beat makers has released a hip-hop tune that will definitely be appreciated by lovers of the genre.

The braggadocio theme of the song is typical with hip-hop; Kelis Vee and Quata have released loads of songs as producer and artiste respectively, but this is the collaboration definitely meant to ink the name Kelise Vee in the books of Ghanaian hip-hop.

Listen & Download Mullar By KVBangers and Quata Here

Source: thesavannaonline.com

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29/May/2017

JAYE’S WORLD ENTERTAINMENT Announce the release of Ma /Hao (Stand Together) featuring Big Star

Jaye’s World Entertainment (PTY) Limited and Taylor Jaye are thrilled to announce the release of her latest single Ma /Hao (Stand Together) featuring Big Star, winner of Vuzu Hustle Season One.

As a first-view to her loyal fan base, Taylor Jaye has made the track available online as a free download during the next 60 days from the following link:

http://namibia-music.com/songs.php?id=389

www.taylorjayeworld.com

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Ma /Hao (Stand Together) is a Damara/Nama phrase which means let’s stand together. The song is a socially introspective Afro urban track that playfully explores the effects of pride and ego in relationships where partners are genuinely in love and are struggling to put their differences aside. Literally, Ma /Hao encourages lovers to stand together and is one of the feature songs on her soon to be released album. This latest track comes fast on the heels of previously released songs like Dashiki, African

Kings and her definitive hit song Supa Chikita, all of which are currently enjoying airplay on several of Africa’s hottest radio stations with Supa Chikita also appearing on MTV Base and Trace Africa.

The Ma /Hao video is currently being developed and fans should expect another outstanding visual feast when it’s released later this month.

Contact information

For interviews or promotional copies of the Ma /Hao single DISC or email link, please get in touch with

the JAYE’S WORLD ENTERTAINMENT PR TEAM

jayesworldentertainment@gmail.com | +27 834293735

Gilbert at gillytrizzy@gmail.com | +264 813567920

www.taylorjayeworld.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/taylorjayeworld

Instagram: @taylorjayeworld

Twitter: @taylorjayeworld

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25/May/2017

Chelsea crowned Premier League champions

Chelsea were crowned Premier League champions as Michy Batshuayi's late goal gave them the victory they required to secure the title at West Brom.

It looked as though Antonio Conte's side might be forced to delay their celebrations as they were frustrated for long periods by the resilience and organisation of their hosts.

But the mood changed and the title was won with eight minutes left as substitute Batshuayi, who had previously endured a season of struggle after his £33m move from Marseille, ended a scrappy passage of play by steering a finish high past Ben Foster.

The final whistle sparked wild celebrations among Chelsea's fans, and manager Conte was tossed high into the air by his squad.

The Italian can now set his sights on emulating compatriot Carlo Ancelotti's 2010 feat of winning the league and domestic Double as the Blues prepare for an FA Cup final against Arsenal at Wembley on 27 May.

Chelsea worthy champions

Chelsea's celebrations were fully deserved - the culmination of a superb season's work by Conte and his squad.

They had to work hard for victory against a West Brom side that demonstrated all the qualities that have made this such a satisfactory season for them but, as so often, Chelsea got the job done.

The Blues' main attacking threats struggled to find a spark, with Eden Hazard's frustration summed up with one long-range shot that went out for a corner, but Conte's side found a way to win, illustrating once again why they are worthy champions.

The losses at home to Liverpool and at Arsenal in September that hinted at early struggles seemed an age away, as did the surprise defeat by struggling Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge, and the setback at Manchester United.

Chelsea, even when not at their best, proved themselves the strongest and most complete side in the Premier League - and they proved it again on a night they were tested.

Conte's magic touch does it again

Conte's fingerprints are all over this title triumph - and his sure touch was on show again to fashion the victory they needed to get over the line with two games to spare.

The Italian knew his side needed a catalyst to break down West Brom, and it came with the introduction of Batshuayi and Willian for Hazard and Pedro with 15 minutes left.

Conte's masterstroke should have come as no surprise given the manner in which he has marshalled his forces, particularly the crucial switch to a three-man defence in September that turned Chelsea's season around and started a run of 13 straight league wins that led to the title.

No praise is too high for the 47-year-old, who took over a squad that looked broken after ending last season in 10th place and with the shadow of Jose Mourinho's sacking still hanging over the club.

This was his ultimate reward.

Batshuayi comes out of the shadows

Batshuayi has been a misfit for much of this season, but whatever the future holds for the 23-year-old Belgian, he will always have a goal that won the title to his name.

Before this game, he had only figured only 24 times, played for 579 minutes and scored five goals - his sixth makes its mark in Chelsea history.

The stats behind Chelsea's title win

  • Chelsea won their sixth top-flight title and fifth in the Premier League era. Only Manchester United (13) have won more Premier League titles.
  • Chelsea are the first club to win the English top-flight title on a Friday since Arsenal at Anfield in 1989.
  • Conte is the fourth Italian manager to win the English top-flight title after Ancelotti, Roberto Mancini and Claudio Ranieri.
  • Chelsea scored with their 23rd shot of the match at West Brom.
  • A Belgian player has scored the title-deciding goal in each of the past three Premier League seasons (Batshuayi v West Brom in 2016-17, Eden Hazard v Tottenham in 2015-16 and v Crystal Palace in 2014-15).

What next?

Chelsea still have two games to play in their title-winning season. They host Watford on Monday (20:00 BST) before receiving the trophy in their final game against relegated Sunderland at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, 21 May (15:00 BST). They then have the FA Cup final on 27 May.

West Brom travel to Manchester City on Tuesday, 16 May before finishing their season at Swansea the following Sunday (15:00 BST).

Source: bbc.com

 

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12/May/2017

Quata Budukusu out with "Fake Loyalty" and "Banger"

The undisputed twist King, Quata Budukusu, is out with two massive riddims “Banger’ and “Fake Loyalty”  showing spectacular versatility on both tracks.  “Fake Loyalty” is on The RMG riddim produced by KV Bangerz, while “Banger” is on the Banger riddim produced by Mo Beatz and Mixed by KV Bangerz. Quata Budukusu nailed the dancehall style like a real Shatta and spat fire on the Banger tune as well. Just get the feel of real soul food while you digest the IQ flows because Quata served it good.

More downoad links:

http://www.ghbestpromo.com/2017/04/quata-budukusu-banger-mp3-download/

http://www.ghxclusives.com/quata-budukusu-fake-loyalty-banger-prod-kv-banger-quatabudukusu/

http://www.ghbestpromo.com/songs/quata-budukusu-fake-loyalty-mp3-download/

 

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23/Apr/2017

US and UK ban cabin laptops on some inbound flights

The US and UK are banning laptops from cabin baggage on flights from certain countries in the Middle East and North Africa, as well as Turkey.

The US ban on electronic devices larger than a smartphone is being imposed as an anti-terrorist precaution.

It covers inbound flights on nine airlines operating out of 10 airports. Phones are not affected.

The British ban, announced hours after the American measure, is similar but applies to different airlines.

Downing Street said airline passengers on 14 carriers would not be able to carry laptops in cabin luggage on inbound direct flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.

The Turkish government said the US ban was wrong and should be reversed.

Large electronic devices will still be allowed on board in checked baggage.

Canadian Transport Minister Marc Garneau said his country was also considering restrictions on electronics in the cabins of planes.

Which flights are affected?

British Airways and EasyJet are among the airlines affected by the UK ban.

The nine airlines affected by the US ban are Royal Jordanian, EgyptAir, Turkish Airlines, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Kuwait Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Qatar Airways, Emirates and Etihad Airways.

They have been given a deadline of 07:00 GMT on Saturday to impose the ban, US officials said, adding that the restriction had no end date.

However, an Emirates spokeswoman told Reuters news agency the airline understood that the US directive would come into effect on 25 March and remain valid until 14 October 2017.

The airports affected are:

Airports affected by electronics ban

  1. Mohammed V International, Casablanca, Morocco
  2. Ataturk Airport, Istanbul, Turkey
  3. Cairo International Airport, Egypt
  4. Queen Alia International, Amman, Jordan
  5. King Abdulaziz International, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
  6. King Khalid International, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
  7. Kuwait International Airport
  8. Hamad International, Doha, Qatar
  9. Abu Dhabi International, United Arab Emirates
  10. Dubai International, United Arab Emirates

Why now?

The restriction is based, we are told, on "evaluated intelligence", BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner writes.

That means that US intelligence has either intercepted discussion of a possible extremist plot or has been passed word of one by a human informant.

The Middle Eastern and North African airports affected are nearly all ones with close, friendly relations with Washington, so this will be seen by some as a drastic and unpopular measure. Wealthy Gulf Arab business leaders flying to the US, for example, will no longer be able to work on their laptops mid-flight.

But aviation security experts were alarmed by an incident in Somalia last year when the insurgent group al-Shabaab smuggled an explosive-filled laptop on a flight out of Mogadishu, blowing a hole in the side of the plane. The aircraft was still low enough that the pilot was able to land the plane safely.

How is the ban being justified?

In a statement, the DHS cited attacks on planes and airports over the past two years.

Bombs, it said, had been hidden in such items as a soft drink can, in the downing of a Russian airliner over Egypt in October 2015 with the loss of 224 lives, and the laptop used in the unsuccessful Somali attack last year.

"Terrorists have historically tried to hide explosives in shoes in 2001, use liquid explosives in 2006, and conceal explosives in printers in 2010 and suicide devices in underwear in 2009 and 2012," it noted.

"Evaluated intelligence indicates that terrorist groups continue to target commercial aviation, to include smuggling explosive devices in various consumer items," the DHS said.

A British Government spokesperson said: "The additional security measures may cause some disruption for passengers and flights, and we understand the frustration that will cause, but our top priority will always be to maintain the safety of British nationals."

Will the ban be effective?

Turkish Transport Minister Ahmet Arslan told reporters the ban was "not a right move". Ataturk Airport, which has stringent security checks in place, was attacked last year.

A security official looks at a screen displaying X-ray screened parcels in Turkish Post's (PTT) postal logistic centre at the Ataturk International airport in Istanbul, Turkey, 6 November 2010

"We particularly emphasise how this will not benefit the passenger and that reverse steps or a softening should be adopted," he added.

Philip Baum, editor in chief of Aviation Security magazine, told the BBC: "If we cannot, in 2017, distinguish between a laptop that contains an IED [improvised explosive device] and one that does not, then our screening process is completely flawed.

"And encouraging people to check laptops, and other such items, into the luggage hold simply makes the challenge even harder. Cabin baggage can, at least, be inspected piece by piece and the accompanying passenger questioned."

Simon Calder, travel editor of the UK's Independent newspaper, suggested the British ban would affect travelers differently because it included budget flights.

"It's easy for the Americans, they don't have as many flights as us coming in and furthermore they don't have things like low-cost flights where I'm not going to pay to check in a bag," he told the BBC.

"And suddenly I've got my laptop, I'm going to have to put that in a little bag and hand it in. Oh, and by the way, good news for petty thieves all over the airports of the world because lots of rich pickings are going to be around."

Is this linked to the Trump travel ban?

Officials quoted by Reuters news agency said the new measure was not connected to US President Donald Trump's efforts to ban travelers from six Muslim-majority states.

Source: bbc.com

 

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21/Mar/2017

Quata Budukusu out with “Ano Dey See You Seff”

Quata Budukusu who early this month released his diss songs “Death to Sark” and “Twist Lessons to Sark” in response to “S.H.O.U.T,” has released another single “Ano Dey See You Seff” to complement his tunes. Quata Budukusu is back to his usual best, and there is a clear indication from the “Death to Sark” song that he is not “dead” as speculated. Quata Budukusu is still a power to reckon with in the hip-hop genre as he showed his lyrical prowess in this classic hip-hop song “Ano Dey See You Seff.” Ghanaians should brace themselves to listen to more tunes coming from the camp of Quata Budukusu. Listen to both versions (original and radio edit) of “Ano Dey See You Seff” produced by KV-Bangerz.

Source: Bakus Radio, USA (www.bakusradio.com)

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14/Mar/2017

Lokobeatz says he is the most handsome man in the Ghana music industry

Ghanaian Music Producer / Musician, Godwin Kumah Mawuli, aka, lokobeatz, continues to prove every day that he is one of the most handsome men in the Ghanaian Music Industry. Currently, The President of Lokonation, Godwin Kumah Mawuli is 29 years old, hails from the Volta Region of Ghana. Lokobeatz has produced a lot of songs for musicians in and across the borders of Ghana. He is a blogger, musician, music producer, and a songwriter as well.


Source: Xplusx Ghana

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14/Mar/2017

Quata Budukusu out with "Death To Sark"

The music industry is getting interesting. Just like promised, Quata Budukusu has released his direct diss song to rapper Sarkodie titled “Death to Sark“.

He dropped the song following Sarkodie’s recent alleged diss song titled “S.H.O.U.T”.

In the 9:24 minutes long Hip-hop song produced by KV-Bangerz, Quata Budukusu dares Sarkodie to face him and stop throwing subliminal digs at him.

He further took it personal and asked him to forget about his riches and face him in a battle.

Download and listen below.

Quata-Death-to-Sark-Prod.-by-KV-Bangerz-Thinkghmusic.com_.mp3 

Source: thinkghmusic.com

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01/Mar/2017

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29/May/2017

Kelise Vee Features Quata Budukusu on new single.

Most music producers have at one point in time done some actual voicing themselves, so once in a while, they step in the booth to exhibit another side of them, very few have however left the art of “cooking” music to become mainstream performing artistes.

Kelise Vee, one of the fastest rising beat makers has released a hip-hop tune that will definitely be appreciated by lovers of the genre.

The braggadocio theme of the song is typical with hip-hop; Kelis Vee and Quata have released loads of songs as producer and artiste respectively, but this is the collaboration definitely meant to ink the name Kelise Vee in the books of Ghanaian hip-hop.

Listen & Download Mullar By KVBangers and Quata Here

Source: thesavannaonline.com

25/May/2017

JAYE’S WORLD ENTERTAINMENT Announce the release of Ma /Hao (Stand Together) featuring Big Star

Jaye’s World Entertainment (PTY) Limited and Taylor Jaye are thrilled to announce the release of her latest single Ma /Hao (Stand Together) featuring Big Star, winner of Vuzu Hustle Season One.

As a first-view to her loyal fan base, Taylor Jaye has made the track available online as a free download during the next 60 days from the following link:

http://namibia-music.com/songs.php?id=389

www.taylorjayeworld.com

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Ma /Hao (Stand Together) is a Damara/Nama phrase which means let’s stand together. The song is a socially introspective Afro urban track that playfully explores the effects of pride and ego in relationships where partners are genuinely in love and are struggling to put their differences aside. Literally, Ma /Hao encourages lovers to stand together and is one of the feature songs on her soon to be released album. This latest track comes fast on the heels of previously released songs like Dashiki, African

Kings and her definitive hit song Supa Chikita, all of which are currently enjoying airplay on several of Africa’s hottest radio stations with Supa Chikita also appearing on MTV Base and Trace Africa.

The Ma /Hao video is currently being developed and fans should expect another outstanding visual feast when it’s released later this month.

Contact information

For interviews or promotional copies of the Ma /Hao single DISC or email link, please get in touch with

the JAYE’S WORLD ENTERTAINMENT PR TEAM

jayesworldentertainment@gmail.com | +27 834293735

Gilbert at gillytrizzy@gmail.com | +264 813567920

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Source: taylorjayeworld.com

23/Apr/2017

Quata Budukusu out with "Fake Loyalty" and "Banger"

The undisputed twist King, Quata Budukusu, is out with two massive riddims “Banger’ and “Fake Loyalty”  showing spectacular versatility on both tracks.  “Fake Loyalty” is on The RMG riddim produced by KV Bangerz, while “Banger” is on the Banger riddim produced by Mo Beatz and Mixed by KV Bangerz. Quata Budukusu nailed the dancehall style like a real Shatta and spat fire on the Banger tune as well. Just get the feel of real soul food while you digest the IQ flows because Quata served it good.

More downoad links:

http://www.ghbestpromo.com/2017/04/quata-budukusu-banger-mp3-download/

http://www.ghxclusives.com/quata-budukusu-fake-loyalty-banger-prod-kv-banger-quatabudukusu/

http://www.ghbestpromo.com/songs/quata-budukusu-fake-loyalty-mp3-download/

 

14/Mar/2017

Quata Budukusu out with “Ano Dey See You Seff”

Quata Budukusu who early this month released his diss songs “Death to Sark” and “Twist Lessons to Sark” in response to “S.H.O.U.T,” has released another single “Ano Dey See You Seff” to complement his tunes. Quata Budukusu is back to his usual best, and there is a clear indication from the “Death to Sark” song that he is not “dead” as speculated. Quata Budukusu is still a power to reckon with in the hip-hop genre as he showed his lyrical prowess in this classic hip-hop song “Ano Dey See You Seff.” Ghanaians should brace themselves to listen to more tunes coming from the camp of Quata Budukusu. Listen to both versions (original and radio edit) of “Ano Dey See You Seff” produced by KV-Bangerz.

Source: Bakus Radio, USA (www.bakusradio.com)