There has always been musical (and political) cross-pollination between Ghana and Nigeria. It existed back in the day when Fela Kuti was as influenced by the politics of Nkrumah as he was by the music of Ghanaian-based Sierra Leonean artist,
Nkulenu is a name synonymous with industry and enterprise. If you don’t know, ask your parents. In a time when there are so few female industrialists, it is also a name that one woman came to be known by. Dr.
When I first met eighty-two year old photographer James Barnor, we were both being interviewed for the celebrations of fifty years of Ghana’s independence. He as an older creative from Ghana, I as the younger. I looked through the paper
“I seek for political power and win any election I contest but if my winning the 2004 elections in Bawku Central will lead to bloodshed then I prefer to lose to save and salvage humanity and precious lives” The above
During and after the era of the transatlantic slave-trade, jazz as a music form with deep African roots morphed into the many styles of African- American, Afro-Cuban, Puerto Rican, Brazilian and Dominican jazz , generally losing its African-ness, as time