From The Industry
Founded in 2012 in a small 20 x 20 ft room in the North Kaneshie neighborhood of Accra, Black Avenue Muzik has gradually grown and spawned some of Ghana’s biggest talents continentally even with its humble beginnings.
Teephlow has donated items to Aboom School For Special Needs in his hometown Cape Coast a day after he was crowned “Best Rapper of the Year” at the Central Music Awards 2017.
The Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Honorable Catherine Abelema Afeku has expressed her ministry’s full support for the upcoming Presidential Grand Ball organized by the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA).
Just as Plato factually stated; music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything.
Over the weekend, the region of Volta came alive as the organizers and partners embarked on a 3-Day Zonal tour of the region to organize seminars in the run up the inaugural Volt Music Awards.
The development of the creative arts infrastructure is essential as it is a tool to ensure the enhancement of its growth. With the vision of empowering and enhancing the African Creative Arts Industry through the provision of top-notch professional business
Eventic Ghana Limited (@EventicGH), Organizers of the Volta Music Awards (VMA), in partnership with the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), announces a 3-day seminar in the Volta Region, to educate Musicians, Producers, Songwriters, and all music-related outfits on the awards
Remember those funky bulgy cassette walkmans and ghetto blasters that were around just over a decade ago? How they use to be the audio-play gadgets of the time when there was no other way to listen to preferred music or