Saturday, 30 April 2016


Interviewer is Joseph “Aqweci” Ofori

INTERVIEWER:  Who is Drumroll?

DRUMROLL:       Drumroll, born Derek Asare Amoah is a sound engineer, beatmaker, graphic designer, and artist. Drumroll has been producing for about 5 years, taking about 2 years to focus on sound engineering.

Friday, 29 April 2016


Being a student is all fun and campus is convivial till you see your examinations time table. We’ve been writing exams all our lives yet consternation creeps up on us every semester. In the university, it’s much of a big deal because there’s nothing like a one final exam which accounts for your years in the institution. It’s a matter of building GPA. One thing about GPA is just like construction of a house, a firm and strong house involves expertise, quality materials and adequate time. On the other hand, a poorly constructed house is put together by shoddy work, hence it’s easy to break down. Every student gets busy during examinations period, First Class students try to maintain their spot, whilst the others sweat to incline. There’s a saying which goes like ‘you cannot change what you refuse to confront’. Hence there’s a necessity to forgo certain interests. Let’s look at 6 realities students experience during examination weeks.


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So, Christmas is here again! A wonderful season, an always memorable period. The atmosphere changes during Christmas. A moment set aside to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Though there are a lot of conspiracy theories formulated to dispute that 25th December isn’t the birthday of Christ, the focus of many people doesn’t base on that, because whatever be the truth, it unites us, makes us see old friends and boosts business.

Thursday, 28 April 2016

[Lyrics] Ko-Jo Cue – Oseikrom President

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Writer of lyrics/Contributor: Joseph ‘Aqweci’ Ofori (@Aqweci)

VERSE 1 [Ko-Jo Cue]
Uh! Chale beast n’abu cage

F*ck it raw on the singles make the beats fornicate


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After the epic release of his 26-track debut album, fans had been asking questions as to when E.L will release his next album. The questions got answered when The BAR released the first lead single “Mi Naa Bo Po” and added a tweet indicating that his second album is finally done.  I was personally amazed he had that plan because it was about a couple of months after he released the sequel to his BAR mixtape. That means E.L had been working on the album for long. He was creating and polishing his album and mixtape concurrently. Now that’s dedication and focus if you ask me.

Known by real name Elom Adablah, he wonderfully composes great music for the masses, both local and international. On this album E.L makes a bold statement, thus, he’s a jack of all trades and master of all. Maybe that’s why he called the album “Everybody Loves Original Music”.

[Lyrics] FlowKing Stone Ft. Sarkodie & Shatta Wale - Fire Bon Dem (Remix)

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Contributors/ Writers of lyrics: Joseph ‘Aqweci’ Ofori (@Aqweci) & Alan (@alan_wbdn)

Sarkodie: Yeah
Stone: Flow King.. Stone.
          Sark, ma me huhh baako
Sark: Huhh!


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VGMA is Ghana’s biggest music awards show, powered by about 25 million people across the country. The event is set to take place on May 7 at Accra International Conference Center. As we wait for the big day LoudSoundGH presents you with predictions of winners on the night. This list was compiled after an in-depth analysis of songs nominated.

(Note: The predicted winners are in bold along with the other nominees)