Reggie(Left)    Obrfour (Right)Hip-life Grandpapa, Reggie Rockstone has disclosed that at the peak of his music career, he was a big fan rapper Obrafour.

According to him, contrary to perceptions, there is absolutely nothing strange about an artiste being a big fan of fellow artiste.

Credited for starting the hiplife genre in Ghana, Reggie Rockstone stated on microblogging site Twitter Wednesday that “Another thing I [have] noticed with a lot of [Ghanaian] [folks] is [they] find it strange based on [the] way [they] are that an artist can be a big fan of another!”

Reggie, who raps in Twi and English, pioneered the hip-life movement in 1994. In 2004, he won the Kora Award for the Best African Video.

The founder of DB Records and top entertainer, Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo, popularly known as D’banj seems to have proposed to Adama, his rumoured girlfriend and daughter of billionaire oil magnate, Alhaji Mohammed Indimi.

Adama who had been seen in the company of D’Banj, has been flaunting a diamond ring in new pictures she posted on Instagram, prompting rumors of an engagement. The big question is, has D’Banj proposed to her? Is D’Banj rumoured to have dated Nollywood diva, Genevieve Nnaji in the past ready to settle down?

D’banj is a Nigerian singer-songwriter, harmonica player, and businessman. He has won several music awards, including the awards for Best African Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards 2007, Artist of the Year at the MTV Africa Music Awards 2009, Best International Act: Africa at the BET Awards 2011, and Best-selling African Artist at the 2014 World Music Awards.

One of the finest gospel music duo from Berekum, Emmanuel (Emma) and (Patrick) Pat have pleaded with the people of Berekum to be treated fairly in terms of incentives when they are invited to perform. This came the light when they were given the chance to tell the story of their music career on Shalom Radio’s Super Morning Show.

Emma said they’ve been friends since childhood. They both attended primary school at Methodist C’ at Berekum. They have grown to realize that their individual talent and passion for music have bonded them together. They have been able to come out with their first album entitled “Aseda”. It is a 10 track album, which is inspirational and touching to the hearts. According to them, although the album was great it didn't sell to their expectation.

Amidst the misconception that a portion of religious and social groups have against Val’s Day, it is celebrated almost at every nook and crevice of the world on the 14th of February. Notwithstanding how remote or urban a society is, its residents enjoy it with a high degree of contentment. People chance upon this day to express their love that over flows the brim of their loving hearts to their soul mates, friends, family, neighbours and loved ones. This attitude serves as a quintessential to that of St. Valentine to whom the Val’s Day is traced.

Management of BET award winner Sarkodie ‘Obidiponbidi’ has officially responded to widespread rumours that the artiste is a member of the Illuminati secret society, a dreaded cult believed to have the power to control the world and also bring fame and fortune to its members.

Though many people doubt the existence of an ‘Illuminati Society’, the mere mention of the name is enough to generate discussions.

Some of the world’s greatest musicians including Jay Z, Beyonce, Michael Jackson and Rihana have been reported as members of this cult.

Members of the group have also been touted as Satanists and semi anti-Christs and unfortunately, the rising fame of Ghana’s Sarkodie and his success in the music industry are being linked to Illuminati.

Bombisco productions on the 12th of this month organised the first workers’ awards if not the first public awards ceremony in Berekum.

The awards seek to honour various workers in Berekum who have distinguished themselves in executing their duties, thus contributing to the development of Berekum.