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Bulldog slaps Ambolley in the face

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Artiste manager, Bulldog, has taken a swipe at Gyedu Blay Ambolley following the highlife icon’s description of songs churned out by the current crop of musicians as “sharp sharp”, saying he is a culprit and as such, has no moral right to rubbish efforts by this generation.

Ambolley who has been a staunch critic of contemporary Ghanaian music rekindled his mission to bring ‘sanity’ to the music industry when he told Showbiz that such songs are destroying the industry.

“The introduction and popularity of computers for sound programming has contributed to these ‘sharp sharp’ songs. They just put words together and with the assistance of these computers, produce sounds and release them.

“We need to go back to the old times and learn how we used to produce great beats that got both the old and young to appreciate it. There are Highlife songs which are over three decades old but are still evergreen. Can we say same for these new songs? That is what I’m advocating for,” he said.

Throwing more light on the issue on Daybreak Hitz, Wednesday, Ambolley said he is concerned because songs that are recorded without recourse to creativity become popular but are unable to stand the test of time. He emphasized that the likes of Bob Marley are still enjoying airplay because of the quality of their songs.

But reacting to his submission, Bulldog, known in real life as Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson said Ambolley’s assessment is despicable.

“He is a composer of ‘sharp sharp’ music and he turns around to criticize ‘sharp sharp’ music? I don’t know what ‘sharp sharp’ music is but people do music for the moment. Can he compare any of his songs to Bob Marley’s songs? Bob Marley died long ago but they still play Bob Marley’s songs more than he [Ambolley] who is alive,” he jabbed.

“His [Ambolley] Simi Rap is a quickie song. You can’t listen to somebody’s song and say this is rubbish. You may not like something about it but someone else likes it. If he wants to say the kids of today are not writing good songs, then he missed the point. The same Stonebwoy he was trying to push down the last time, Stonebwoy has ‘Run Go’. I don’t know any of his [Ambolley] songs that will be compared to ‘Run Go’. ‘Agya Nyame’ is a beautiful song but when you look at its status with ‘Run Go’, you should know ‘Run Go’ is deeper, it’s global,” he noted.

Last year, www.abrantepa.com reported Ambolley as saying no Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall Artiste, including Stonebwoy, will be able to win the Grammys as there is no originality in their songs.

For some industry folks, Ambolley’s constant refusal to appreciate efforts of the current crop of musicians is unfathomable.

Credit:Abrantepa.com

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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My manhood is shrinking – Psalm Adjetefio ‘begs’ for help

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The veteran actor, Psalm Adjetefio, popularly known as TT of Taxi Driver series fame who battled enlarged heart impediments has said he needs more support from Ghanaians to manage his ailments.

Sam Adjeteyfio has opened up on how ailments have tormented him including his manhood.

But the man, Adjeteyfio says ailments upon ailments have forced him to take drugs that have, at a point, resulting in a shrinking manhood.

According to him, it was not his intention to come public with his condition but his health condition was deteriorating hence his decision to come public. He also revealed his friends ignored and blocked his number when he was seriously ill.

TT said his predicament begun when he was diagnosed with a heart enlargement condition, leading to swollen feet.

The situation has compelled him to fall on some past students who he says have come from many parts of the world to assist him.

Psalm Adjetefio revealed that he was consuming about 19 tablets on a daily basis but he is currently consuming between 7-9 tablets on daily basis.

Through productions like ‘Taxi Driver’, TT, as he is popularly called thrilled millions and brought smiles and laughter to many.

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