Fans troll Nana Boroo for bleaching

Nana Boroo with others at the traditional wedding ceremony of John Dumelo
Hiplife singer Nana Osei Bonsu known in showbiz circles as Nana Boroo in a recent post on Instagram by Swag of Africa who were the official photographer for the traditional marriage ceremony of actor John Dumelo, have had his fair share of trolling and mockery after a picture of him and actor John Dumelo was posted on social media.
Fans of the ‘Ahaye d3’ hitmaker couldn’t hide their perplexity and feelings after seeing him bleach to the core with several comments describing the current state of the hitmaker.
But comparing his current look to that of his old, could it be a sign of good living and luxury even though others think it is clear he has bleached? Well, the ball is in your court be your own judge for once.
The “Ahayede” hitmaker, for some time now, has been off the music scenes working on collaborations with some top Ghanaian and African acts in anticipation of his album release slated for later this year.
Arguably his biggest single, ‘Aha y? d?’ dominated the airwaves in 2010, followed by ‘Bebiasoso” in 2014 which featured a member of hiplife duo R2bess, Mugeez.
After these singles, the Tema-based artiste went into hibernation, with many critics saying his career was dead.
Boroo’s music was selected as the official music from Ghana for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. He has performed on many platforms, including the launch of 2010 World Cup in Ghana.

Keche takes fans down memory lane with ‘Pressure’ at Ebony’s Tribute Concert

Award winning music duo, Keche laced up an exhilarating performance at Ebony’s Tribute Concert yesterday and wowed patrons with their back to back hits that made waves back in the days in Ghana and other parts of West Africa.

The ‘’Pressure” hitmakers were backed by their loyal fans through every songs dropped from “Diabetes” to “Aluguntugui” and then to their latest tune, “Next Level” whiles the DJ’s on rotation worked magic with the turntables.



The show which lasted for about hours saw engaging performances by artistes including Sarkodie, Edem, Ras Kuku, Coded of 4X4, Gemini, Donzy, Regi-Rockstone, Nana Boroo, Kurl Songz, Kwesi Arthu, Epixode, Article Wan Keche and many more.

Keche, identified in real life as Joshua Kojo Ampah (Keche Joshua) and Andrew Kofi Cudjoe (Keche Andrew) are currently signed to GB Records.

The Tribute Concert comes ahead of the final funeral rites and burial service for the late Priscila Opoku Kwarteng slated for Saturday, March 24 at the forecourt of the State House in Accra.

Ebony died in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road while returning to Accra from Sunyani.

She is widely known for her hit songs Sponsor, Date Ur Fada, Kupe, Maame Hw3 and Hustle.