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Teaming up with the BBC’s Graham Norton, the singer — who just dropped her third studio album, 25 — disguised herself as an Adele impersonator to hang out with a bunch of other Adele impersonators and absolutely freak them out.
To pull it off, Adele got a fake chin and fake nose to go undercover as Jenny, whose day job, Adele says, is nannying. When she introduces herself to the fellow impersonators, she does a pretty stellar job at hiding the fact that she does, in fact, have a casual 10 Grammys at home.

She even sneaks in a dig at herself and fakes some serious nerves before taking the stage for her performance of “Make You Feel My Love.” But as soon as she sings, no one can deny that that, right there, is most definitely Adele.

Derrick Asare is an Editor for Xbitgh. He love Music, going to the movies, making friends, web designer, computer science major.

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Takoradi Artistes Fake Togetherness – Qwesi flex



If Music is supposed to express emotions,relief pains,reduce depression,elevate mood and most especially unite people then that unity should exist among The ambassadors of music.

The ‘No pampanaa’ singer Qwesi flex in an interview exposed an interesting perception about his fellow takoradi musicians.

Takoradi’s young fast rising soloist aired during an interview on the ‘Di wo lane mu’ show anchored by Sammy Bee on kasapa fm that “takoradi Artistes fake togetherness”.

According to the Qwesi flex, his colleagues seems united during encounters  but there is alot of hatred and bad mindset among themselves.

Hitting so hard of that point it seems the young talent has enough reasons for sighting out such can of worms..
Qwesi Flex is currently promoting his new single titled “No Pampana “.Kindly listen below

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