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Osarfo Anthony

Osarfo Anthony is a Ghanaian Arts/Entertainment Writer, Screenwriter, and Content Developer. He is the Owner/Managing Editor of Presspeep.com.Highly opinionated Osarfo has over 10 years of experience as an Art/Entertainment Writer in print and online publication. He says of his writing nose: “I write with the precision of an engineer and the depth of a sage.”

Ghanaian Entertainment Blogger Says Facebook Has “The Worst Customer Service In The World” – His Over I Million Page Taken Down Forever

Chris Handler

One of Ghana’s rising entertainment bloggers, Chris Handler – Founder and Editor of online portal, GHBase.com, has described the customer services of the world’s largest social media network, Facebook, as “the worst in the world.” Chris Handler, a close friend of Editor of Presspeep.com, had in the past, shared his …

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Late Actor Kofi Agyiri Of Efiewura Series Believed To Have Died Of Kidney-Failure

The death has been reported of actor Kofi Agyiri of Efiewura fame at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra today, Thursday morning June 29, 2017. Colleague Actor, Comedian, and Broadcaster, Seth Kwabena Kyere Karikari popularly known as Koo Fori who confirmed his demise on Accra-based Okay FM, said he …

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ATTENTION: Ghana’s Music Right Organization GHAMRO To Clamp Down On Websites That Illegally Upload Music For Public Use

GHAMRO

The Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) has urged the media to partner its operations to help build a vibrant music industry. According to the board chairman, Mr. Rex Owusu Marfo, when the media is assisted to play its integral role, most of the challenges bedeviling the organisation would be addressed …

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AUDIO: Manifest And Stonebwoy Are Blood Related To EL – EL Reveals For The First Time

Ghanaian musicians Stonebwoy, Manifest and EL may not seem like best pals in the public eye but in reality, they’re actually closer to each other than you know. According to Elorm Adablah, known to music lovers as EL, he is not only cool with these two musicians but also related …

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Creative Arts Don’t Give Investors Reason To Invest In It – DO YOU AGREE?

Renowned playwright, James Ebo Whyte has blamed the lack of support for the creative arts sector on industry persons not giving investors enough reason to invest in the sector. He noted that business outfits will invest in a product only if they know what benefits they will derived from that …

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Ghanaian International Drummer Sad At How Entertainers Are Following Politicians – “Following Their Stomach”

Gentle but audacious and no nonsense Ghanaian international drummer, Okyerema Asante, is mad as well as highly crestfallen at how our stars, entertainers or showbiz personalities are busy following politicians in the name of democracy – but ostensibly, selling their conscience and obliviously, sowing a seed of division amongst themselves. …

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Random Sampling Shows People Don’t Vote For Political Parties Based On Celebrity Endorsement

The debate as to whether fans or the public vote for political parties based on celebrity endorsement of political parties, seems to be getting interesting based on a feedback from a random sampling extracted from one Entertainment blogger Kwasi Enoch. Whilst some think it works magic on the populace – …

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Ghanaian Actress Angry At The Showing Of Kumkum Bhagya, Simply Maria, Others On GH TV Channels

Ghanaian actress, Beverly Afaglo, has condemned the high inflow and showing of foreign telenovelas on Ghanaian TV channels and thinks it’s time as a people of arts, we discontinue the phenomenon. Speaking on Hitz FM’s “Showbiz This Week” entertainment show, she agreed that Ghanaian movies are not selling as hot …

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Unlike Ghana, Kenya Has Music Tracking Software For Determining Music Royalties

Unlike Ghana, East African country, Kenya, can vaunt of having installed music tracking software in their media houses to track all songs played in the country to determine royalty payment to Kenyan musicians. The name of the software is Mziki Trak. It is able to detect when a song is …

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REPLY: Ivorian Musicians Give Up On 4X4 Over Beat Stealing Allegation

Management of Ivorian music group, Tour 2 Garde, has sent a short email to Presspeep.com – stating that, though they did not give permission to 4×4 to sample their beat, they are not interested in pursuing the matter in court. Read the original story below: EXPOSED: 4X4 STOLE Atongo Beat …

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