As viewers get ready to catch the Premiere of the Part 2 of “Breaking the Rules” from Cine Afrik Studios this Saturday, they will be thrilled to a special appearance from two distinctive entertainers in Ghana's History – Chemphe and Alex Biney.
It was an exciting time last week in Cine Afrik Studios during the Premiere of the part 1 of the movie “Breaking the Rules”. Joining the studio discussions were Actress Pascaline Edwards and Kobby Rana who directed and also acted in the movie. On this Saturday 4th February 2012 at 7pm, two hottest stars and movie lovers – Chemphe and Alex will mesmerise Cine Afrik Viewers with their views about the story as it further unfolds in the Part 2.
son of a diplomat, the charismatic Alex Biney Bomaye had the privilege of travelling the world over, and spent most of his life in the States. During one of his visits to Ghana, he chanced on the Big Brother Africa Amplified auditions. With a life full of glitz and drama, Alex Biney worked for Russell Simmons, co-founder of Def Jam and the creator of Phat Farm. He believes in empowerment of the individual.
Alex is currently involved in a new reality show dubbed ‘I'm In Love with'. The show is centred on Biney and his quest to find his African queen as 12 carefully selected women from some selected African countries compete to win the heart of Biney over a period of 13 weeks in the house. With the help of viewers and friends, ‘Bomaye' must select the right girl who will prefer him over the $20,000 cash prize at stake.
Alex has recently also been seen at some movie Production Locations.
Henry Agyekum Chemphe, popularly known as “Chemphe” is a Pop and R&B singer from Ghana who introduces his genre of music as Urban Life which mixes West African highlife with urban sound like rhythm & blues and pop. He is also a composer, making songs for people like Nana Fynn. Chemphe means ‘Okye ma ne ye fe' in Twi which translates to someone who distributes beautifully. True to his name, he seeks to benevolently give out good music to society.
Some of his popular songs are No Pampanaa, Tie m'asem, Yaa Mansa, Fear within, Menka and the single, One people, Chocolate in you, and many more.
This music talent is inspired about love, life and relationships. His debut album entitled ‘No Pampanaa' was received very well by Ghanaians, who continue to grow in their taste in music.
‘Why You Dey Treat Am Bad' is a reggae flavoured plea against domestic violence, an issue that is close to his heart. This song earned him several Ghana Music Award nominations including a win for Best Lyrics.
Chemphe is confident to score a mark on the entertainment scene and looks forward to the years ahead that will see him representing Ghana worldwide with his Urban Life brand. His influences include R. Kelly, Craig David, Usher, Joe, Donnell Jones and Brain McKnight.
In the Part 2 of “Breaking the Rules”, we will witness the resulting effect when the sanctity of marriage has been debased and married women prefer their husband's subordinates and the men their house helps. Suddenly, things go out of hand and someone was caught in the act.
Breaking The Rules depicts a modern day marriage, where only the tough, desperate and inconsiderate ones survive.
Catch all the exciting side attraction this weekend on Cine Afrik Movie Premieres for an unforgettable experience as we dig into the other side of these amazing stars.
Viewers who do not have the Multi TV Digi box are not left out. You can be part of the fun this weekend and every weekend by looking for any Multi TV setup anywhere at public places and watch the movies FREE OF CHARGE.
It's on at 7pm this and every Saturday on Multi TV's Cine Afrik Channel.
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