Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021

People who are born twins are indeed special creatures believed to possess unique bonds and traits as they develop alongside their twin siblings.

Twins in the entertainment industry are doing remarkably as they age together. Twins born in African families are highly revered based on their unique characteristics.

Let’s look at some celebrity twins in South Africa making names around the globe.

 

Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021
Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021

Blue and Brown Mbombo are South African celebrity twins with a little Portuguese background. Blue is a former Big Brother South Africa star, a model, social media influencer, and brand ambassador. Her twin sister, brown is also a model and a brand influencer.

The twins are original first names are Azul and Acastanho which are Portuguese names of “blue and brown”. The twins decided to adopt the translated versions of their names because people struggled with the pronunciation. They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021,

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Charlie and Alex Kotze are South African-born celebrity twins from Vredendal, Cape Town. They’re professionally known as, the K2-twins. The duo is also known for its vibrancy on social media and content creators on YouTube. K2-twins are farmers as well. They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021

 

Andrew and Brian Chaplin are popularly known as the Locnville brothers. Both of them are singers, songwriters, and producers. The duo is also prominent guitarists, drummers, and entrepreneurs. They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021, They are famously known for their hit song, the sun in my pocket.

 

Innocent and Millicent Sadiki are actresses and media personalities based in South Africa. Born on January 30, 1998, in Pretoria, South Africa, the twin siblings were raised by their grandparents following their mother’s death when they were just four years and their father being murdered after years of incarceration.

Photo Credit: Innocent and Millicent Sadiki

They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021, Gradually they gained public affection through their acting roles infamous South African Television series, Skeem Saam. The celebrity twin co-hosted shows including the one gospel show dubbed, alpha youth.

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Revolutionary Brothers go by their real names, Joseph and George Mothiba. They’re both dancers and musicians recognized by their songs, In Your Eyes, Throne Going Down, Moonlight, Never Give Up, and many more They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021.

 

Bandile and Banele Mbere are American-born celebrity twins from South Africa.  They’re known by the stage name, the Major Leagues DJz, a hip hop and kwaito musical band created by the duo. The group has been relevant in the music industry since its establishment in 2008 in South Africa.

They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021. They are notable for their hit songs, Zulu Girls, Do Better, The Bizness, Segetit among others. Under the managerial deal of Mabala Noise, the group has worked closely with top music stars locally and internationally including, the likes of American rappers, Kanye West, 50Cent, and Akon.

Ntando and Hello Masina, also known as the Masina twins are both DJs and TV Presenters. They are popularly known for their shows on YFM and ETV in South Africa. They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021.

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Oros and Prince Mampofu are twin siblings in the south African entertainment industry. hailing from cape town the twins are TV personalities with significant roles in acting in local series and films like Skeem Saam, season one of “Grassroot” and “Kowethu” series, the Lucky Specials, Igazi, Harvest, Lost in the World, and a lot more.

 

Photo Credit: Oros and Prince Mampofu

They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021, They are also recording producers owning a production company dubbed, Kheli media production. Oros is known to have a daughter with his fiancé but nothing about his marital status is known to the public.

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Viggy and Virginia Qwabe are a young fast-rising duo in the south African music industry. The twins, born in 1997 in Durban, South African, shot to fame in 2019 through their amazing performance at the prestigious reality contest, SA Idols despite not emerging as winners which most people guessed.

Photo Credit: Viggy and Virginia Qwabe

They are one of the Best Celebrity Twins In South Africa 2021. The duo has made it through music working together with South African record producer and singer, Mthokozisi Khathi with the stage name, DJ Tira. Their works include DJ Tira’s “Woza Mshanami” music video, “Hamba” and “Amagifts”.

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Richest South African Celebrities in 2021

 

The African continent in recent years has produced noble personalities making waves around the world and inspiring lives with their creativity. This article will focus on Richest South African Celebrities in 2021, In no particular order, the list below is top celebrities making the continent gain recognition in Africa and beyond with their great impact.

 

Bonang Matheba is a South African media personality, an entrepreneur, a model, and a philanthropist. She is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021,

She was born in the capital of North West Province, Mafeking in South Africa. Her impeccable flairs as a media personality have landed her entrepreneurial deals like a brand ambassador for Revlon cosmetics, Cîroc Vodka, Samsung S20- South Africa, Ipanema sandals, Cell C network.

 

She is also the CEO of the clothing line, “Just B” and a bag collection brand, “Baby Star” among several others.

 

Clement Maosa is a South African actor, a model, and a singer born in present-day Pietersburg in South Africa. He holds a law degree certificate from the University of Limpopo in South Africa.

He is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021, His career achievements include commercial with radio stations, modeling deals with Rezo-Lution, event planning, and his breakthrough role for the South African famous series, Skeem Saam. He is married to actress Kemo Mayorga with a son.

 

Pearl Thusi is known privately as Sithembile Xola Pearl Thusi, an actress, Television and Radio presenter, and a model from South Africa. She is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021. The iconic actress has played pivotal roles in movies since 2003.

She was widely praised for her remarkable lead role as Queen Sono in the Netflix crime series, Queen Sono which has now been canceled due to the economic slump caused by the Covid 19 pandemic.

Pearl Thusi has two children but has kept her love relationship privately, making her fans wondering who her husband or baby daddy is. Read more:- Top 10+Richest Football Clubs In Africa.  Tasha Kodua is love-struck on new single ‘For Me’ featuring Obibini.

 

Black Coffee goes by the real name, Nkosinathi Innocent Sizwe Maphumulo. He is a renowned South African Disc Jockey (DJ) who has explored the music industry with his phenomenal skills as a record producer, singer, and songwriter. He is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021, He owns nine studio albums which include, Black Coffee, Has Another One, Home Brewed, Africa Rising, just to mention a few.

 

AKA, as affectionately called by the public goes by the real name, Kiernan Jarryd Forbes. AKA is a hip-hop artist, record producer, and songwriter noted for his well-received song, “Victory Lap” from his debut album dubbed, Alter Ego which was released in 2011. AKA is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021, Since then the superstar has released back-to-back hits which have won him multiple awards.

 

Sharlto Copley is an award-winning actor who has been relevant in the movie industry since 2004. He is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021, He has played significant roles in TV series and films like Powers, District 9, Chappie, Gringo, Maleficent, Europa Report among several others.

 

Natasha Thahane is one of the youngest fast-rising celebrities in South Africa. She is an actress and a brand ambassador born in Soweto, South Africa to famous Anglican Archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu’s son, Trevor Thamsanqa Tutu, and mother, Nomaswazi Mamakoko. She is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021. Her movies are, Skeem Saam, Lockdown, Blood and Water, and Kedibone Kedibone. Nathasha Thahane does not have a baby and is not married as rumors suggested in 2017. She is a graduate of the New York Film Academy and a brand ambassador for the Garnier cosmetic brand.

 

Minnie Dlamini is an actress, a media personality, and model-based in South Africa. Her full name is Minenhle Jones née Dlamini. She is also a beauty queen who emerged as the winner for little Miss South Africa, in 2021. She is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021, The actress married 2017 Quinton Jones, a popular producer and director in South Africa who was her work colleague in 2010. She’s notable for movies like Generations, The Wild, Rockville, Our Perfect Wedding, and many more. she attended the University of Cape Town where she studied film, media, drama, and economics.

 

Kgaogelo Moagi, famously known as master KG, is a South African record producer and a singer who shot to fame in 2016. Born in Tzaneen in South Africa, the artist has achieved global recognition within a short period following his discovery in 2016.

 

He is one of the best Richest South African Celebrities in 2021. He has produced several songs and worked closely with superstars including Burna Boy. He owns production credit for the hit and award-winning song, Jerusalem released in 2020 featuring Nomcebo Zikode.

 

Nasty C is a South African rapper, songwriter, and producer with the full name, Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo. He came into the limelight in 2013 when he was just 15 years and released his debut mixtape dubbed, ‘One Kid, a Thousand Coffins’ which won him the “Best Freshman Award” at the 2015 South African Hip Hop Awards. He is one of the Richest South African Celebrities in 2021,  This was followed by two studio albums, Bad Hair and Strings Blings. He has currently signed a record deal with the prestigious Def Jam Records in the US and under the record label, he has worked on his third album, “Zulu Man with Some Power” in 2020.

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After his previous single ‘Sexual Healing’, Kakra Jay takes fans to church on his latest Jay Sounds-produced record ‘Hyira Me’ (Bless Me) featuring J Bixil.

This comes right in time to commemorate the act’s new trophy of  ‘‘Promising Highlife Artist of the Year’’ at the just ended Ghana Innovation Awards 2021. Listen/stream

Opening up in a sweet tone that calls on God’s abundant blessings to shower down, Kakra Jay plays on the very familiar theme in his own unique way, put in full effect by his vocals, lyrics and a feature from J Bixil.

In their charming voices, the two output an energy that’s in perfect sync with the production at hand, citing the many aspects of their lives that crave for God’s divine favor.

Kakra Jay’s’ Hyira Me’ comes with an accompanying video which shows the star and J Bixil decked in white attire, as the former steps into a church, walking towards its altar up ahead.

 

Sarkodie No Pressure OUT NOW!

Finally, the countdown for the much awaited “No Pressure” album from Ghana’s most-decorated and internationally recognised rapper Sarkodie is over. Sarkodie’s No Pressure is out today Friday July, 30 2021.

The ace rapper will unleash some exclusives of  No Pressure on the virtual streaming platform, Ceek.

As it was disclosed in Sarkodie’s initial announcement, the heavyweight album is a project with production credit given the rapper himself and KJS Spio.

The album, comprising of 16 tracks featuring top artistes in Ghana and across the African continent.

The album also features multiple record producers whom without doubt, will spice up the rhythm with mind-blowing mixes and bars.

Already, the rapper has dished out two singles, “No Fugazy” and “Coachella” featuring Ghanaian ground up rapper, Kwesi Arthur.

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The songs have received massive airplay and garnered great views from music lovers and fans around the world.

Below is the 16 tracklist from the album, No Pressure

  1. Rollies and Cigars produced by Kayso
  2. Vibration Ft Vic Mensa produced by Altranova
  3. Round 2 Ft Giggs produced certified Bangerz
  4. Coachella Ft Kwesi Arthur produced by MOG
  5. Jaara Ft Medikal produced by Altranova
  6. Married to the Game Ft Cassper Nyovest produced by Altranova
  7. Anything produced by Altranova
  8. Fireworks Ft Wale produced by Beatfreaks
  9. Whipped Ft Darko Vibes produced by MOG
  10. Deserve my Love produced by MOG
  11. Don’t Cry Ft Benerl produced by MOG
  12. My Love Ft Harmonize produced by MOG
  13. No Fugazy produced by Rexxie
  14. Non Living Things Ft Oxlade produced by Coublon

Watch No Fugazy full video on ceek.com

The official proposed date for Sarkodie’s No Pressure album was on July 07, but on the due date, the most influential rapper released a statement on his official Instagram page, proposing a new the date, July 30, 2021.

The rapper’s reasons in his statement was that he needed more time work on few things in order to produce excellent work suitable for his fans.

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Kelly Anthony talks dreams & aspirations on his Sarkodie and Larruso featured single ‘Pagans’

As the world comes to grips with the altering effect of the Internet, life everywhere is changing. Influences that used to take ages to spread everywhere have started to go across the world in less time than it has ever happened in human history.

Among the things that spread across the world in the 2010s was Afrobeat, the soup of sounds that partially remade the global pop climate.

Long before this occurred, Canadian-Nigerian singer, Kelly Anthony, had been holding onto his Nigerian identity as an anchor while he navigated life in Toronto and music was always the channel to express how he felt.

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His latest single, ‘Pagans’ featuring Dancehall artist, Larruso and celebrated Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, is the result of Kelly immersing in the sonic fragments that are coming out of Lagos –  and the wider Afrobeat scene – in the last 10 years.

Atop a muted beat produced by rising producer, London, Kelly and his collaborators make an ode to his dreams and aspirations while taking note of the naysayers who are waiting on his downfall.

After taking over the opening stretch, Kelly cedes the floor to Larruso who weaves a smooth verse about thriving regardless of what is said about him. By the closing stretch of the song, Sarkodie contributes a vociferous verse delivered in a fusion of English and Twi before Kelly comes in again to deliver the song’s pointed chorus.

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The first song from a forthcoming project that is expected to herald Kelly’s evolution into the Afro-fusion space, ‘Pagans’ sees Kelly achieve his goal of coming into his own as a creative, crafting euphonious Afro-Pop records and trying to inspire the next generation of African across the diaspora.

Who is Kelly Anthony?

Born in Benin, Edo state, Nigeria, Kelly Anthony spent the first 12 years of his life picking up the cultural imprints of the famous South-West city before he travelled to Toronto, Canada, to begin a new life in a new city.

In Canada, the young man was immersed in a city bubbling with a myriad of cultures from places across the world.

While there, he began to get into music, first as part of a local choir he joined before he became heavily influenced by the swoony, tear-jerking R&B music of the late 90s and early 2000s.

Over time, Kelly’s involvement with music has blossomed. His first song was released as a 14-year-old on MySpace and since then, he has gone on to drop a series of songs like ‘Unstoppable’, ‘Maye’, ‘Snake’ and ‘Elevate’.

He has also evolved as an artist and a man, opening up his artistry to include African elements that saw him open for Afrobeat superstar, Davido, on the Canadian leg of the Nigerian’s worldwide tour.

Listen/stream to ‘Pagans’ on all digital streaming platforms globally here: https://kellyanthony.ffm.to/pagans

In this blog you will know about: Richest Football Clubs In Africa,  Football has become the most popular and lucrative game in Africa. Soccer clubs in Africa transcends the spectacular flairs portrayed by the players and the cheering from supporters on the field of play.

Today, there are a lot of football clubs in Africa and with their national and continental success, are doing extremely well in our contemporary world of business. let’s look at some of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa. Read more: Enock mwepu Brighton sign-zambian midfielder from RB Salzburg

In no particular order 

Kaizer Chiefs is a South African soccer club playing in the Premier Soccer League of South Africa. The team is popular among the few clubs in South Africa making extraordinary feats in and around the world.

It’s regarded as the club with the highest trophies (more than 50 trophies) from the South African Premier Soccer League and the rival of league contestants, Orlando Pirates.

It was established on January 07, 1970, with its jersey colors black and gold. It is currently coached by Stuart Baxter and chaired by Kaizer Motaung. Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

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Richest Football Clubs In Africa

Al Ahly Sporting Club is an Egyptian soccer club that was founded on April 24, 1907, in Egypt’s capital, Cairo by Omar Lotfy who was the head of the High School Students’ Club at the time. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

The name “Al Ahly” is an Arabic word that literally means “The National Club”. The club plays a couple of leagues which are, CAF Champions League, Egyptian Premier League, Cairo League, and Egypt Cup.

As the most decorated and second-best soccer club in the world, “the Red Devils” is ranked as the club with the most trophies. It has won 10 titles for CAF Champions League, 42 trophies for Egyptian Premier League, 37 for Egypt Cup, 11 for Egyptian Super Cup, and 1 CAF Confederation Cup.

It has 22 continental trophies and 23 international titles. Al Ahly SC is currently owned by veteran Al Ahly player Mahmoud El Khatib and managed by Pitso Mosimane.

Tout Puissant Mazembe is a Congolese soccer club founded in 1939 in present-day Lubumbashi, the third-largest city in the Republic of Congo. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

It plays in the CAF championship and DR Congo’s Linafoot league.

TP Mazembe is regarded as one of the most successful football clubs in Africa having achieved 38 trophies locally and internationally, following its existence 82 years ago.

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The breakdown of the titles includes 27 for domestic competitions and 11 for international competitions. Currently, the club is coached and headed by Mihayo Kazembe and Moïse Katumbi.

Zamalek Sporting Club is another most decorated Egyptian soccer club widely known for its strong local rivalry with a neighboring club, Al Ahly SC.  Zamalek was founded on January 5, 1911, by the late, George Merzbach who was a Belgian lawyer.

Playing in the Egyptian Premier League, Zamalek has won 12 domestic titles, 25 Egyptian cups, and 2 national super cups.

The club is currently chaired by Hussein Labib, the acting president, and managed by Patrice Carteron.

These giant teams have records of drawing in most of their game and keeping fans wondering which is the best. They are all the best football clubs anyway.

Raja Club Atheltic is a professional football club located in Casablanca, the capital of Morocco.

The team was founded on March 20, 1949, by Moroccan government officials presided by Moulay Sassi Ben Ahmed El Alaoui Aboudarka.

It plays for the Moroccan professional league, Batola Pro. Talking of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa, Raja Club is no exertion.

The club has won 12 titles domestically for Batola Leauge, 8 Moroccan Throne Cup, and 12 intercontinental titles including 3 CAF Champions Leagues.

Nicknamed the Super Green Eagles, the club was ranked in 2000 as the 10th on the list of FIFA’s best world clubs. It is regarded as the fourth-Richest Football Clubs In Africa. The club is now chaired by Rachid Andaloussi and managed by Lassaad Chabbi.

 

 Chabab Riadhi de Belouizdad or CR Belouizdad is an Algerian football club known to be one of Arica’s topmost and Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

Founded on July 15, 1962, out of two former soccer clubs, Widad Riadhi Belcourt and the Athletic Club de Belcourt, the soccer club has made over 50 appearances in a soccer tournament and has won multiple trophies and titles since its establishment. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

The club plays in the Algerian league, Ligue Professionnelle 1, and has succeeded Seven times as champions. Subsequently, CRB won eight times for the Algerian cup, two times for Algerian Super Cup, three times for Maghreb Champions Cup, and an Algerian League Cup title.

 

Orlando Pirates Football Club is a professional soccer club with its headquarters in Houghton in Johannesburg, South Africa.

The South African giant soccer club famously known as “the Buccaneers” was founded in 1937 at its former location, Orlando in Soweto SA.  The Buccaneers play in the Premier Soccer League of South Africa and usually plays its home games at the Orlando stadium.

They have a record of championing the South African premier soccer league nine times among many international and continental trophies.

The team has been topping sports headlines with their current transformation from their new signings and classy designs of their new kits. Richest Football Clubs In Africa, Orlando Pirates FC is chaired by Irvin Khoza and Managed by Josef Zinnbauer.

L’Esperance Tunis is a Tunisian sports club currently playing in the Tunisian top division league, the Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1. Well known as one of Africa’s wealthiest and best football clubs, the club has a record of winning the local league 31 times and 13 international titles alongside other sub-club tournaments.

MC Alger is the abbreviation of the Algerian football club, Mouloudia Club d’Alger. Founded in 1921 with its traditional colors, red-green, and white, the club is currently playing in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

Per the club’s records, it was the first club from Algeria to emerge as the winner of the African Cup of Champions Clubs in 1976.

It also emerged as the champions 7 times for the Algerian league and 8 times for the Algerian Cup. MC Alger is now led by Abdenacer Almas and Coach by Nabil Neghiz.

 

Zamalek Sporting Club is another most decorated Egyptian soccer club widely known to be the rival of its neighboring club, Al Ahly SC. This is of the Richest Football Clubs In Africa.

 Zamalek was founded on January 5, 1911, by the late, George Merzbach who was a Belgian lawyer. Playing in the Egyptian Premier League, Zamalek has won 12 domestic titles, 25 Egyptian cups, and 2 national super cups. The club is currently chaired by Hussein Labib, the acting president, and managed by Patrice Carteron.

Looking at the outstanding achievement of the above-listed clubs, there’s no doubt that they are selected among the Richest Football Clubs In Africa. Kudos and more grease to their elbows.

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Ghana Party in the Park UK, bounces back with live audience performance following a year of intense Covid 19 social gathering restrictions in the United Kingdom and around the world.

The Ghanaian music festival held on Saturday, July 24 at the Trent Park, had great performances from power packed talents emerging from Ghana and the UK which was indeed, fulfilling as promised by the organisers following the event’s cancellation last year when the pandemic was at its peak.

Angeltown, Sarkodie, King Promise and JAYKJS

The event was graced with huge performance line-up from newly unveiled and fast rising Ghanaian-based stars like Mr, Drew, Yaw Tog, Kweku Flick, Amerado, Kofi Jamar among others. Mr Drew set a vivacious atmosphere performing his well-received songs alongside his spirited dancing moves.

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Moving forward, Trent park saw overwhelming and intriguing LIT performances from most stylish hip life singer, Kwabena Kwabena, Darliin Nii Nortey No, Darkoo, Sefa, who happened to be the only female artiste, among several talented acts emerging from Ghana.

Sarkodie, who was honoured the season’s creative director, shook the stage with electrifying performance alongside King Promise.  Sensational UK based dancer and singer, Global Boga joined Fresh Andy with vibrant dancing moves that got fans crazy and excited.

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The crowed was driven with much joy as Global Boga performed Nicloe Thea TV’s song in honour of his late beloved, Nicole Thea.

Indeed, Ghana party in the park UK, paved way for people to refresh their state of mind and come out of emotional distress that came with the Covid 19 pandemic and its social restrictions, as well as releasing stress from the long week’s hustle.

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Also, looking at the huge media presence, people around the world from different cultural backgrounds will definitely get to know the amazing talents Ghana is producing through music and arts.

Kwabena Kwabena as Ghana Party in the Park UK, Trent Park

Since 2001, the Akwaaba Group has been helping to promote the rich culture of Ghana in diverse ways through the event, dubbed, Ghana Party in the Park, United Kingdom.

Every year, Ghanaians in the UK show their appreciation to their motherland Ghana through the exhibition Ghanaian products, fashion, food, local drinks, music and dance.

It’s a huge event which attracts thousands of people including, Ghanaians in the diaspora, celebrities, chiefs, the young and the old.

This year’s event came out successful with impressive attendance. Performances and stage craft was excellent.

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From the shores and serene atmosphere of Zanzibar in Tanzania, iconic Bongo Flavor artiste, Harmonize served fans across the world with his virtual concert on ceek.com

With a unique introduction of him cruising on the Zanzibar ocean with a boat whiles pondering over the background song ‘Maliaka,’

He began the live concert with his band along the ocean where he performed on a floral and wooden decorated stage. Recounting the story of his life.

‘I am sorry, I am lonely, I worry for you.’

Harmonize got emotional as he showed remorse for hiding his daughter for over a year and decided to sing one of his unreleased  song “Sorry” to apologize to his adorable daughter, as well as making the world and her daughter know how much he loves her.

He also used the song ‘Sorry’ to confess and apologise to his ex-wife Sarah Michelotti for what let to their divorce.

‘I’m sorry is the only Word I can use to the one of Beautiful Woman 👩 Alienipatia Miaka (4) Ya maisha Yake Nami Nikampatia (4) Yangu Tulipitia Mengi Ila itoshe Kusema Nilizingua Sanaa ..!!

Mpaka Mungu Alipoamua Kuniletea Mtoto Wangu wa Kwanza @zuuh_konde Na Ndo Ikawa Mwisho Wa Safari Yetu Ya Pamoja Yeesss KUTELEZA KUNATOKEA Naa Muungwana Huomba Radhi 🙏 ila Ningeonekana Mjinga Zaidi Ningeendelea Kumficha Mtoto Wangu …’

Harmonize used his virtual concert to also ask for forgiveness from his father who wanted him to be a footballer.

 “Never Give Up, is also very personal to Harmonize, because even though he was struggling he never gave up.

 

Harmonize Ceek Virtual Concert

He also shared  advice from his mom regarding people and trust.

The people you comes across in life will not always be happy about your success, therefore, we shouldn’t put our trust in people rather, keep our heads up and never give up on the path to fulfilling one’s dream.’

This was followed by the love song, “Bedroom” then “UNO” 

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The atmosphere was then charged with his song “Pain” where Harmonize and the dancing crew exhibited great performance. The second part saw Harmonize mounted on the main stage and performed his hit songs including, “wife”, “Inanimaliza,” and “Malaika,” remarkably along with his backing vocalists and instrumentalists.

He climaxed the concert with a touching performance of the song “Malaika” which he took inspiration from during his underground stage of striving to become a mainstream artist. 

Harmonize narrated how he had been looked down upon and even been dismissed as someone who can never make it in the entertainment industry when he went for a talent show audition in Tanzania some years back.

“Before I became Harmonize…They said I can’t become a superstar… but I was focused, worked hard and believed in God. So, don’t’ give up in following your dreams, just believe God and work hard”.

He then admonished the young talents who look up to him and his music lovers to always believe and trust in God whiles they’re trying to make it in life because with God, everything is possible.

Harmonize performed over 10 amazing songs 

  • Sorry
  • Never give up
  • Uno
  • Pain
  • Bedroom
  • Inamimaliza
  • Fall in Love
  • Wife
  • Malaika 
  • Good
  • Fire Waist

It was indeed a captivating experience with the East African legend!

Kudos to both Teams , Team Ceek and Konde Tanzania for such a unique concert for Kondeboy fans and music lovers worldwide,  a moment of elation through good music and undisputed effects and stage craft displayed at the scene of the concert from Zanzibar, Tanzania.

If you missed Harmonize Virtual Concert, you can still watch it by visiting www.ceek.com

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Tasha Kodua is love-struck on new single ‘For Me’ featuring Obibini

Denmark-based Ghanaian singer of ‘Cha Cha Cha’ fame features rapper, Obibini to deliver a true Afrobeat beaut, overflowing with her unreserved emotions, but there’s a catch.

‘For Me’ is a love note from the young sensation to her would-be lover. Tasha simply can’t hold on to her emotions any longer, and as the doting admirer of the tale, she’s willing to go all in, provided her Prince Charming is as open as a book.

 

It’s an intense ride on the singer’s new release, with her vocals ascending majestically on the Konfem production and matched by Obibini’s stellar rap verse; one that swoops in midway to settle in as her love interest’s equally candid response.

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Tasha Kodua’s ‘For Me’ is out for streaming on all digital stores worldwide.

The porcupine warriors have successfully secured their partnership deal with English Premier Leagues’s Southampton Football Club.

‘Ceek has made it possible for us to partner Southampton FC . Our coaches can go and have attachment programs. SouthamptonFC will come to Ghana to have activities with us on our academy, census projects and etc.’~ Nana Yaw Amponsah

The official launch of the partnership was streamed live on ceek.com. Asante Kotoko Diaspora and international relations manager, MBE Dentaa Amoateng chaired the discussion

She first introduced Mary Spio, the CEO of Ceek VR who briefly talked about her background and her achievements  especially building the Ceek Vr platform. 

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Commenting on the partnership deal, Ms. Spio revealed that the partnership is a lucrative opportunity for both parties since Asante Kotoko is known to be one of the best in Africa and beyond and its impressive recognition in the world of business.

She further stated that hosting Asante Kotoko on the platform will pave way for football lovers  locally and in the Diaspora to watch matches, exclusives content as well as get to know their favourite players better of the pitch.

The launch saw stakeholders and club officials of the teams which included Nana Yaw Amponsah the CEO of Asante Kotoko, Mark Abrahams the Director of Business and Community Development for Southampton F.C, 

 

Andy Martino, Development Manager for Southampton F.C,  Director Matt Hale,  Harold Ofori Director of Partnership of Ceek and Communications Director of Asante Kotoko David Obeng Nyarko.

The collaboration will see both Asante Kotoko And Southampton teams learning from each other and generate a bond that will help build a solid academy for future success by producing great players.

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The partnership will also help with engagement of fans and players and football officials

There will be live interaction as well, where viewers can connect with their favourites players and ask question in order to draw them closer to the team.

The two teams have decided to embark on this journey together because they share similar vision and also it is the right time to add value to themselves due to the economic and social downturn caused by the Covid 19 pandemic.

It will further serve as a yardstick for competition for the football clubs to build the capacity of their players based on the experience from the pitch.

The cash has gone a long way to help us with the Adako Jachie project and the products they are giving us have also seen our fans see the players wear the Ceek headset to cool off before and after matches ~ Nana Yaw Amponsah

Nana Yaw Amponsah then assured fans to anticipate for the massive development from the teams and also continually rally behind the teams.

He said: “we’re going to work together and achieve together and unlike our partnership with Sunderland FC, the team will see to a longer partnership with Southampton FC and things will be special.”

Fans have reacted positively to the Asante Kotoko And Southampton Partnership.