20 year old Ebony Reigns Loses Her Life through Fatal Accident

Popular dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns, has died in a gruesome road accident that occurred late Thursday evening on the Sunyani-Kumasi road.

According to police, the 20-year-old singer and two military officers were on board a Jeep with registration AS 497—16 from Sunyani heading towards Kumasi when it collided head-on with a VIP bus heading towards Sunyani from Kumasi.

The two military occupants also died later at the Bechem Government Hospital after they were rushed there DSP John Adusei, Mankraso District Commander, confirmed.

The driver of the VIP bus reportedly survived the accident but he is currently unconscious at the same hospital receiving treatment from doctors.

The body of the Maame Hwԑ hit singer, and the unidentified military personnel were rushed to the Bechem Government Hospital after the accident but died shortly after.

DSP Adusei has confirmed to Joy News that the bodies have been deposited at Mankraso Hospital Morgue in the Ashanti Region.

Barimaba Yusif, a journalist with a local radio station, After-2 FM, said on the Super Morning Show on Joy FM Friday the road on which the accident occurred was in a bad state.

The journalist suspects that the driver of the Jeep in which Ebony was travelling had attempted to avoid running into a heap of sand that was being used for road construction but instead ran into the VIP bus travelling in the opposite direction.

Known in real life as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, Ebony was widely known for her hit songs “Poison” and “Kupe”.

She would have turned 21 on February 16.

Kofi Kerra’s Letter to Westside Artistes Produced by BodyBeatz will make you go GAY

The much awaited Kofi Kerra’s latest track has been released and of course something from the production of Bodybeatz is something we all can put our bet on that it’s obviously something which is really going to linger on for a very long time. The beat was on point and of course the young talented rapper really released some interesting vibes on it.

A song appreciating the good works of Westside artists and how far they’ve brought the industry into mainstream. Taadi artists are really now doing well and of course ought to be appreaciated and that’s something Kofi Kerra has done.

Relax and enjoy the the track;

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The Top 20 Most Played Music on Radio according to MUSIGA

The Musicians Union of Ghana, MUSIGA at a press soiree on Friday, December 12 announced twenty most played songs on the radio in the year 2017.

According to the music body, the statistics were tabulated from the number of airplay these songs received in the year 2017, which they said the survey was conducted by Kisema, a logging system company in Ghana.

However, Female songstress Ebony topped the list with her song, Sponsor followed by music group Wutah with their hit single, Bronya.

See the full list of songs that received massive airplay in 2017.

20. Shatta Wale- Forgetii (ft Millitants & Pope Skinny)

19. MzVee – My Name

18. Becca- Na Wash (ft Patoranking)

17. Sarkodie-  Pain Killer (ft Runtown)

16. Stonebwoy- Come From Far

15. Kurl Songx – Jennifer Lomotey(ft Sarkodie)

14. Shatta Wale- Ayoo (ft Millitants)

13. Captain Planet – Wo Gye Obi Girl (ft Kofi Kinaata)

12. Kidi – Say You Love Me

11. Stonebwoy-  My Name

10.  Samini – My Own

9. Fancy Gadam- Total Cheat (ft Sarkodie)

8. Patapaa – One Corner

7.  King Promise – Oh Yeah

6. Shatta Wale – Taking Over

5. Kuami Eugene – Angela

4. Magnom – My Baby (ft Joey B)

3. Kidi – Odo

2. Wutah – Bronya

  1. Ebony – Sponsor

I’m an Arsenal fan; I’m used to ‘broken heart’ – Kofi Kinaata tells Story

The musician who dropped the new track recently, appears to be addressing issues surrounding relationships and all the heartache that comes with it. The new song, produced by Willie Beatz presents an authentic high-life melody fused with good sound quality.

Kinataa who claims to have suffered multiple ‘broken hearts’, in the song explains how relationships don’t matter to him anymore. The ‘Susuka’ hit-maker in the song, alludes to how he’s no longer afraid of heartbreaks since he’s a die-hard fan of the Arsenal Football Club.

The Takoradi-based singer in some part of the song encouraged that, under no circumstance should one end his/her life since it’s not the end of the world when one gets dumped by a lover.

Since his entry into Ghana’s music industry, Kinaata secured himself some recognition in songwriting and has also earned a place among trusted lyricists in Ghana. The Fante rapper exhibits this genius via carefully crafted lyrics which make all his songs unique in the ears of his audience.

Kofi Kinaata is signed onto Samini’s High Grade Family, and he is scheduled to headline the maiden “Made in Taadi Concert” slated for December 23, at the Jubilee Park in Takoradi.

Listen to the song:

Top 10 Highest Paid Nigerian Actresses

Below is some of the richest, most successful and highest paid Nollywood actresses. Their estimated earnings include endorsements, and other businesses they have been involved in over the past years.

Here are the top 10 highest paid Nollywood actresses:

10) Chioma Chukwuka – ₦46 Million

This Nollywood actress has featured in over 80 movies and has raked in millions of naira. She reportedly earned N8 million from movies in 2007. In 2008, she also earned an estimated N9 million and reportedly signed a N7.5 million ($50,000) deal with Ricket Brand Harpic in 2011. She also endorsed telecom company Globacom and reportedly owns several properties in her home town and Lagos State.

9) Uche Jombo – ₦49.5 Million

In 2008, she made over N10 million for her appearance in various movies. Also a model and endorser, she had a sponsorship deal with telecom company Glo. She earned about N11 million in 2009 and seems to be having more success.

8) Monalisa Chinda – ₦50 Million

Between 2004 and 2008, Monalisa Chinda reportedly earned some N25 million. The producer and actress owns properties in Rivers State and Lagos.

7) Patience Ozokwor – ₦51 Million

The Enugu veteran-actress is popularly known as “Mama G” all over Africa. She has remain one of the biggest names in the Nigerian film industry.  She has built a diversified investment portfolio and also has individual properties.

6) Omotola Jalade Ekeinde – ₦53 Million

One of the biggest Nollywood’s stars and the first African celebrity to have reached more than 1 million Facebook fans. Omotola earned over N9 million in 2007. A car enthusiast, she is known to have some of the most expensive cars among other Nigerian actresses. Her car collection is estimated at N20 million.

The actress, model and singer released her debut album “GBA” in 2005; but the second album “Me, Myself & Eyes” was well received. The recording and promotion of the album reportedly cost her about N13 million.

5) Mercy Johnson – ₦55 Million

Lagos-born actress Mercy Johnson made her acting debut in the 2014 movie “The Maid,” she has since appeared in over 60 movies. She reportedly earned N11.4 million in 2008 and N13 million in 2009. She has also invested in properties and reportedly owns several landed properties in Lagos.

4) Rita Dominic – ₦58 Million

Award-winning Nollywood actress, Rita Dominic is one of the oldest names in the industry. She made her movie debut in 1998 in A Time to kill. Today she has over 100 Nollywood movie credit. Rita won the Municipality Peoples Awarding for the Most Outstanding Actress and the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2012.

Rita Dominic counts Nokia and Glo to her endorsement deals. The Imo State actress and model is also a businesswoman. She reportedly owns fixed assets worth over N40 million ($240,000) – which include landed properties and two homes.

3) Ini Edo – ₦60 Million

With over 200 movies, Ini Edo is arguably one of the most resilient and tactful actresses in Nollywood. She reportedly earned N15.7 million from movies, other businesses in 2007. She also owns over six buildings. She is United Nations Habitat Youth Envoy, thanks to her philanthropic nature.

2) Genevieve Nnaji – ₦64 Million

The Queen of Nollywood, Genevieve Nnaji is the most successful Nollywood actress internationally, and best paid in Nigeria. She earned a reported $25,000 in the transnational film “Ijé” produced by Paula Moreno and Chineze Anyaene. The Imo State-born actress, singer, fashion designer and businessman has appeared in over 80 Nollywood movies. In 2005, she won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

In 2004, she reportedly earned N14.7 million ($100,000) in a two-year deal with British cosmetic company Lux. Some of her most lucra­tive endorsement deals include Pronto Beverage, Omo Detergent, Range Rover Evogue and MUD Nigeria. The business savvy actress launched her line of fashion “St. Genevieve” in 2008; reportedly worth N20 million.

1) Kate Henshaw – ₦67 Million

Africa Movie Academy Awards winner, Kate Henshaw-Nuttall topped the list thanks to her movies earnings and endorsement deals. In 2006, the actress and model earned a reported N10 million and N12 million in 2007, from 2008 to 2010 she earned an estimated N20 million.

With over 40 Nollywood movies to her name, Kate Henshaw has endorsed companies like Glo, and The Face of Onga. She is also a judge on Nigeria’s Got Talent.

When the President decided to meet Stupid Shatta Wale

It this guy seem to have lost his senses after meeting with president. He seem to lack common sense off late. After disgracing us, he is back with a gun. Shatta Wale made the threat in a series of tweets which read;

He shared some series of post on his Facebook Page, and Twitter, where he claims he’s starting a Revolution in ghana, and will only allow Ghana Music in the country.

He wrote; “SHATTA MOVEMENT revolution has began ..The decision is yours ..Lets show our power we are tired of this foreign nonesense..#GHMUSICONLY”

He continued; “@wizkidayo I HEARD YOU COMING DOWN TO GHANA IN DECEMBER.TELL UR 9JA FANS TO APOLOGISE TO OUR PRESIDENT FOR THE DISRESPECT.BEFORE U COME TO GH OR ELSE MY PEOPLE HERE (SM) WONT LET YOU HAVE IT EASY..”

Also, a video recently surfaced on the internet showing Shatta Wale shooting bullets in the air, as he calls the name of Nigerian artistes including Wizkid, Timaya, Patoranking who have been subjects of his social media rant.

Watch video below.

Here Are The Schools Your Favorite Ghanaian Celebrities Attended

A look at the the secondary schools most of the Ghanaian celebrities attended. And one school tops all!

John Dumelo

Christ The King, Achimota Senior High School and Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology

Shatta Wale

Datus Prepratory and Winneba Senior High School

M.anifest

Macalester College (US)

D-Black

Pope John’s Senior High School, University Of Ghana

Sarkodie

Methodist Day Senior High School (Medass)

Stonebwoy

Methodist Day Senior High School (Medass)

Becca

Wesley Girls, Croydon College (UK) and Ghana Institute Of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA)

Majid Michel

St. Theresa’s and Mfantsipim Senior High School

Samini

St. Magaret Mary Senior High School

Kofi Kinata

Takoradi Technical Institute

 

Rare Childhood Photos of 20 Nigerian Celebrities that Prove Money Answereth all things especially Poverty

Childhood photos of Nigerian celebs: You know when they say ‘money is everything‘, that phrase is not far from the truth. Today we presents to you 20 mind-burgling throwback photographs of your favourite Nigerian celebrities. These goes a long way to tell you that nobody is actually ugly, rather broke. Look how money changed all these now largely crushed on entertainers who many years ago looked really ‘ugly’ and poorly fed. Lol

From Timaya, Toke Makinwa, Bobrisky,  Flavour, Wizkid, 2Baba, Mr 2kay, Davido, Tekno, Solid Star, Korede bello, Reekado Banks, Don Jazzy, Tiwa Savage, Ice Prince, Tunde Ednut, BlackFace Naija, Phyno, Chidinma, P-Square, Linda Ikeji, to our craziest fashionista Denrele and many more. Peep below

1.Mr. Flavour

Phyno and Friends

Skales

Denrele & Linda Ikeji

Tiwa Savage

Timaya

Korede Bello

D’Prince, Don Jazzy, siblings & Dad

Orezi

Falz

Bobrisky

Friend, Olamide & Viktor

Wizkid & Mr2kay

P Square

B Red , Davido & Sina Rambo

Iyanya

D’Prince, Davido & Wande Coal

Tekno

Reekado Banks

 

The Top 15 Richest Ghanaian Actors/Actresses

Richest Ghanaian Actors/Actresses

This is the list of the richest Ghanaian actors/actresses that have made and are still making name and money for themselves in the Ghanaian entertainment industry.

Ghana movie industry now known as Ghallywood or Kumawood (that is for movies made from Kumasi) is fast becoming a force to reckon with in Africa and in the world.

We get a lot of searches on our blog Ghpage.com as readers out of curiosity wants to know the richest actress and actors after we brought List Of 15 Richest Ghanaaian Actors/Actresses And Their Net Worth..Sit back and enjoy reading;

15. Prince David Osei Net Worth | GH₵660,000.00

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Prince David Osei Net Worth | $150,000

I believe few people know Prince David Osei was a banker.Prince was a banker and left his Banking job to come into acting.

It was not a big risk afterall as it did paid well for him. Prince David Osei is doing well in Ghana movie industry

He has featured in many movies including a Hollywood movie titled the “The dead”. He is one of the richest Ghana actors.

Ghanaian Musicians and how much they Charge For a SHOW

In Ghana, there is of course of no doubt musicians seem to make more headlines than galamsey issues. They control the masses and of course the airwaves. But have you for once thought of  how much it will cost you in order to book  your favourite musician for your birthday party or naming ceremony? Hahaha! I do believe it wouldn’t much issue for you if you have these figure.

SARKODIE GH₵150,000

Opidi Pon Pidi takes nothing less than one hundred and figty Ghana. He was recently in the news for rejecting one hundred and thirty thousand Ghana from Bola and Empire Entertainment to perform at the Ghana Meets Naija show. He rejected Ghana Music Awards 90,000 Ghana cedis some few years back as well. That’s the man Sarkodie. He has his principles and it’s something you must oblige if you want him on your stage.

SHATTA WALE GH₵150,000

This is a guy who released close to 100 tracks last two years with just two hits but it appears things seem to have turned around. With most of his tracks banging on the radios and all over, you need to improve your offer when you need him to perform for you.This was a guy who would had cost you less than 300 cedis in 2006 but now levels ‘don change’. Nothing less than one hundred and fifty thousand cedis.

KWABENA KWABENA GH₵60,000

This is one musician who seem to have more divorces than hit songs charges not less than sixty thousand cedis.

R2BESS GH₵60,000

Please don’t ask me where they are because I don’t know myself but in case you want them for your show, don’t go with less than sixty thousand.

E.L GH₵50,000

One of Ghana’s finest rappers also takes nothing less than fifty thousand Ghana cedis.

EDEM GH₵45,000

The Volta Regime kingpin wouldn’t also you nothing less than fifty thousand cedis.

SAMINI GH₵40,000

One of the old legendary musicians who refuses to grow old is also on the chart with nothing less than forty thousand cedis.

EFYA GH₵35,000

The E-F-Y-A Madam is also there and of course with her soothing voice and sweet melodies, I do believe coughing out a little over thirty thousand cedis for her to be on your stage isn’t that much.

MzVEE GH₵30,000

The I’m a Natural Girl also charges thirty thousand cedis ‘only’ for her services.

Guru GH₵30,000

This is my main man. He has more hit tracks than awards. Guru is the name. For his services, thirty thousand should be on the table. That I do believe he wouldn’t resist but instead be on your stage to move the crowd for you.

MR EAZI GH₵20,000

In case you should find him on any stage smiling and dancing with great joy and moving the crowd along, don’t be surprised for there is a more likelihood of twenty thousand sitting in his bank account for that.

JOEY B GH₵15,000

Joey B takes fifteen thousand cedis but I don’t know whether that has change. I’m sure he has reviewed it a bit downwards.

JUPITAR GH₵15,000

Jupiter is yet one stunning musician who someone miss of late but when you want him for a show, there you have it, with just GH₵15,000 you’re good to go.

PAPPY KOJO GH₵10,000

The Fante Van Damme and the Aye Late Hitmaker will just cost you GH₵10,000 only.

MEDIKAL GH₵10,000

You don’t even need to call him and find out how much he is likely to cost you. He clearly stated it in his Confirm Remix track. 10k with four rooms reserved as well.