YASAASE – LIVING LEGENDS : “THE MAESTRO” KOJO ANTWI

YASAASE – LIVING LEGENDS : “THE MAESTRO” KOJO ANTWI

“Storytellers seldom let facts get in the way of projecting a legend, although a few facts add seasoning and make the legend more believable.” – John H. Alexander Growing up, I often heard about people who were revered and respected […]

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MY “CLASSICS IN THE PARK” EXPERIENCE

MY “CLASSICS IN THE PARK” EXPERIENCE

Imagine being in the company of friends and family with a few unfamiliar but congenial faces. You’re seated on the floors of a park, munching on some available food and drinks that you may have either bought from a nearby […]

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YASAASE- AMANDZEBA: SON OF TRADITION

YASAASE- AMANDZEBA:  SON OF TRADITION

“AMANDZEBA”, as the name implies, we are doing our best as children of the culture to pay our respects, “yƐ yƐ amandze mba”. Some might have probably caught onto the lead with regards to who is being honoured in this […]

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THE CONTEMPORARY “BY THE FIRESIDE” -THE KENI KODJO MEET UP

THE CONTEMPORARY “BY THE FIRESIDE” -THE KENI KODJO MEET UP

A few decades back, Ghanaian kids anticipated Saturday mornings. “BY THE FIRE SIDE” was a popular show they anticipated through out the week. For some it was a reward for completing school work during the weekdays, some others just had […]

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HIGHLIGHTS OF KO-JO CUE’S #CUEFORPRESIDENT CONCERT

HIGHLIGHTS OF KO-JO CUE’S #CUEFORPRESIDENT CONCERT

Alliance Francaise d’Accra was literally packed to the rafters this past Saturday night as we witnessed history in the making. Unorthodox Reviews had the pleasure to be there to enjoy some of the most promising and intriguing acts currently in […]

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YASAASE- GYEDU BLAY AMBOLLEY

YASAASE- GYEDU BLAY AMBOLLEY

It is amazing how a musician whose big break was as far back as the early 70s, does not only continue to remain relevant, but is also a usual collaborator with the hippest of contemporary acts. Gyedu Blay Ambolley undoubtedly […]

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DRAMART: THE “BIGGEST” SEX STRIKE

DRAMART: THE “BIGGEST” SEX STRIKE

“It was in GSTS that I discovered I was meant to be an artist.” From juggling schools to directing one of the most successful plays in the history of the University of Ghana, politically and artistically inclined, Ebow Barton Odro […]

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