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I am the African dancehall god, a king forever – Samini

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Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall artiste Samini has described himself as ‘god’ as far as Africa dancehall music is concerned.

Samini who is considered by many as the trailblazer of the Dancehall genre in Ghana and across Africa made these bold assertions in his new song titled ‘Forever.’

The theme of the ‘Forever’ song after careful listening, points to the fact that Samini is trying to send a clear distinctive message to all who have relegated him to the background.

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I am the African dancehall god, a king forever – Samini, GlitzEmpire

According to him, he is a king forever and nobody can take him out. Yes! Many have claimed the African Dancehall king title but Samini believes he is more than a king, a god.

Admittedly, Samini has contributed immensely to the popularization and commercialization of the dancehall music genre across Ghana and to a large extent the continent but as to whether he is the Dancehall god as he claims in the music video, is another topic for discussion.

In other news, Ayisha Modi has revealed her closeness to Samini and talked about some of the crazy things they’ve done in the past.

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Baba Spirit’s Funeral Slated For November 19

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The funeral of late comedian and TV personality, Baba Spirit will take place on November 19.

This was announced by his family at his one-week memorial service held on Saturday, September 24, 2022, at the Arts Centre in Accra.

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Baba who was named Francis Yaw Ofori died Thursday, September 8, 2022, after battling an unconfirmed ailment.

He died not long after he had said in an interview with Bryt TV that he was spiritually attacked but he survived.

The family initially wanted to organize his funeral in his hometown up north.

However, that decision was annulled due to a protest mounted by his colleagues in the showbiz industry.

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The funeral will therefore be held on November 19, 2022 in Accra at the Arts Centre just as the one-week observation.

Until his death, Baba Spirit was one of the entertainers who brought humour into Ghanaian homes.

He is well remembered for his much-publicised 2018 exhibition boxing bout with veteran boxer Ayittey Powers, which was held at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra and screened live on television.

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