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Born Anda Dramani, a female vocalist with the stage name Mz Anda. A Ghanaian by birth from the Savannah Region, Bole. Though a Gonja by tribe, she has lived most of her life at Kasoa the Central Region of Ghana. She attended her early and basic education at Kasoa and continued her secondary education at Mankesim Secondary of which she completed in 2017.

For circumstances beyond control she could not continue her education to the tetiary level. She has always had passion for arts and although she was not certain which aspect of arts she wanted to major in, she studied visual arts. She began showing love for painting and ceramics and later in life she discovered her vocal ability.

Started Music professionally in 2018, after her debut release which happened to be her first EP “Spiritual Gangsta”, she took a break to perfect her musical abilities. She resurfaced in 2020 with a cover of Epixode’s “Too Much” which was a big come back for her. 

Mz Anda defines her style as dynamic afro-soul and has the capability of doing awesome things in any genre she finds herself. She also has a strong passion for live music and believes herself to be more of a performer than a recording artist. Signed to UTSH Music LLC, Mz Anda envision a promising future as she targets an international career in music.

Mz Anda the strong performing artiste believes GHAMRO is doing their work and as such distribution of royalties is their sole duty, as she prepares to release her single titled “May Be” after many years of recess. 

The afro vibe tune, she believes would cement her stay in the music industry.

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“Please Respect Our Craft and Help us Grow” – OB Amponsah Pleads with Bloggers and Patrons to Stop Uploading Full Sets of Comedians online for free.

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Ghanaian comedians after finally winning the fight to show the nation of how hilarious and witty they are, are now fighting a new war. Renowned Comedian and Optometrist Amponsah Obarima Akuoko popularly known as OB Amponsah has sent out a plea to patrons and bloggers to avoid recording full comedian routines and sharing it over the internet.

 

In a series of tweets, the comedian made it known how this innocent acts by patrons and bloggers is making the work for comedians very hard. He pointed out in the post that in other parts of the world, phones are not allowed at comedy shows.

 

“What bloggers and some comedy patrons fail to realize is that there is a difference between posting the art of musicians and that of comedians…comedians struggle a lot before we are able to come up with hit jokes, and the thing about jokes is that you cannot tell the same joke to the same people more than twice, it gets stale.

 

So if you decide to cover a comedian’s set and post all of it online for free without his or her consent, though he may get sine exposure, you are inadvertently depriving the comic of his livelihood. In advanced settings, phones are not even allowed at comedy specials” he said.

 

The comedian added that they [comedians] wouldn’t have an issue if the videos posted online by patrons of their craft and bloggers are ones that they [comedians] have released to the public themselves and just like musicians they [comedians] have sole ownership of the content they put out.

 

“When you visit the YouTube channels of comedians, you will find a number of videos the comedian has released himself, these video he believes are ready for the free consumption of the public. These videos we wouldn’t have issues with if anybody copied and posted them. Like musicians we also have sole ownership of our content, except otherwise stated in the contracts we sign with event organizers. So please respect our craft and help us grow as well.” He added.

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