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June
4
 

The fourth edition of the Golden Movie Awards Africa(GMAA) took place on Sunday 3rd at the  Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra.

The event was highly patronized by  filmmakers from Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda, Cameroon and Ivory Coast for the 2018 Golden Movie Awards Africa.

This year’s edition was hosted by popular Nigerian comedian AY and Ghanaian actress Joselyn Dumas.

The star-studded event saw celebs such as Nikki Samonas, Nana Ama McBrown, Veteran actor Fred Amugi, Nigerian actress Lilian Esoro, Lydia Forson, Vicky Zugah, Salma Mumin, Fiifi Coleman, Jackie Appiah, Cameroon’s Allene Menget, Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Ekow Smith-Asante, Gloria Sarfo, Peter Ritchie, just to mention a few

Cameroon’s flag was well brandished at the event with 6 awards to bring home . The blockbuster movie “A good time to divorce” won best drama story and Overall Golden Movie , Alenne Menget won Best actor , Nkanya Nkwai won Best director and writer and Anurin Nwunembong won Best art director. 

A compilation of the full list of winners of the 2018 Golden Movie Awards below:

Golden Makeup Artiste

Nodryn Evanci (Forbidden)

Golden Costume

Awenseba Ali-Akpajiak (Baabani)

Golden Short Film

Iterum (Again)

Golden Editor

Bernard Makosa (10 Day in Suncity)

Golden Soundtrack (Original)

O.C. Ukeje (Potato Potahto)

Golden Art Director

Anurin Nwunembom (A Good Time to Divorce)

Golden Promising Actor

Eman Sinare (Baabani)

Golden Supporting Actor (Comedy)

Richard Mofe Damijo (10 Days in Suncity)

Golden Supporting Actress (Comedy)

Joke Silva (Potato Potahto)

Golden Indigenous Movie (Twi/Swahili/Hausa)

Baabani

Golden Cinematography

Stanlee Ohikhuare (Idahosa’s Trail)

Golden Editor (Video)

Yaw Karkon-Ampomah (Before the Vows)

Golden Story Drama (Movie)

Nkanya Nkwai (A Good Time to Divorce)

Golden Supporting Actress

Ebele Okaro (What’s Within)

Golden Discovery Actor

Lilian Echelon (Black Rose)

Golden Appreciation Award (Male)

Peter Richie

Golden Appreciation Award (Female)

Gloria Sarfo

Golden Writer Comedy (Movie)

Peter Sedufia (Side Chic Gang)

Golden Writer Drama (Movie)

Nkanya Nkwai (A Good Time to Divorce)

Golden Actor (Comedy)

John Dumelo (Before the Vows)

Golden Actress (Comedy)

Nana Ama McBrown, Sika Osei & Lydia Forson (Side Chic Gang)

Golden Actor (Drama)

Allene Menget (A Good Time to Divorce)

Golden Actress (Drama)

Lilian Echileon (Black Rose)

Golden Movie (Comedy-Story)

Rachel Adiku (Side Chic Gang)

Golden Documentary

GH One (Tramadol Documentary)

Golden Director

Nkanya Nkwai (A Good Time to Divorce)

Overall Golden Movie

A Good Time to Divorce (Nkanya Nkwai)


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June
4

Stanley Enow is an iconic figure and role model other Cameroonian artists should emulate. His verve, ingenuity in branding and music business savvy is an asset that keeps him relevant and clung to the throne for so long. Stanley Enow has succeeded to cement his image across Africa with his brand and music . 

Recently, 237showbiz accorded an interview to a Nigerian artist Solidstar , when asked about the 5 Cameroonian artists he’ll like to collaborate with, he frankly said he’s not vest with Cameroonian artists, and the only name that comes to his mind is Stanley Enow. 

That’s how far the Bayangi Boy has printed an indelible impression on the African music scene. We can only emulate rather than hate on his dramatic progression. 

Our greatest Achilles heel that many pundits keep complaining about is that lack of support from fellow compatriots. When P Square came to Cameroon , they were interviewed on Boom TV and what they said wasn’t different. “Support your artists”. Davido said same a few months ago before pulling a capacity crowd in Douala. 

Stanley Enow has mounted the pedestal of repute but he still feels Cameroonian artists don’t support each other.

He recently took to Twitter to frown at the fact that artists didn’t share photos of his meeting with Ghanaian president Nana Akufo Addo . 

 

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June
4

Cameroonian actress Stephanie Tum is hurling accusations on fellow colleague veteran actor Alenne Menget for being a gossip and promising him hell if ever he mentions her name again .
The exasperated actress took to Facebook to throw jabs at her one-time trusted confidant for slandering, tarnishing her image after making futile sexual advances towards her and for being so childish at his 40’s to expose issues about her past financial problems and marital life. She’s warned him never to call her name again and stay off her lane.


This heated outburst has triggered UK based blogger Bandy Kiki to add more salt to the injury. According to the owner of kinnaka blog, Alenne is a cantankerous gossip , a perv and ill mannered for requesting sex as a bait for movie roles . She further says
“Before I came out as a lesbian, Mr Alenne found out and tried to use it to silence me. when it didn’t work he badmouthed me and prevented me from getting sponsorship during the launch of kinnaka TV.
She has also called on victims to break the silence . Ni , Alenne Menget is yet to react to this toxic accusations.


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May
18

Gifted duo Rythmz (Dianee & Kezzy) just released the video of their melodic lead tune titled “Fedeti” off their debut album “Addiction” . The video directed by Adah Akenji brings out an acutely creative side of the group with catchy dance steps and powerful vocal performance. 

 


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May
18

Adept rapper Melcube has churned out the much anticipated video of his smashing tune “Ovasabi”. Melcube ingeniously blends bikutsi rhythm and hip hop to deliver a soothing song to hit the radio and clubs. Quite a propitious song to top charts.

Enjoy 


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May
16

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May
16

Legaci company boss Abz Ngitolang comes through with the visuals of his soul-searching hommage tune titled “Paradise”. 

The song depicts how life on earth is vanity. 

In his own words, he explains ;

Life is cruel, I waited for days to confirm the news about my fellow brother in showbiz by name #GeeReign. 
At first I thought it could be a hype but apparently, nobody seems to come up to say it was all hyping. i really hoped this was not true.
Just a week before death took away the gentle soul of a brother, I was spiritually let to record this song #PARADISE .
Dedicating it to my late parents and everyone who has lost a love one be it, a sister, brother, child, father , mother etc. 
I could never have imagined , I’ll be loosing a brother in the music industry to the cold hands of death. 
To me, this is a message to everyone out here, especially my fellow Cameroon artistes.
Life is short, make sense out of it while there is still time.
After the struggle for fame, money, etc…, when death surprises you, WHAT NEXT???!

#Daddy, #Maa , #GeeReign,
I pray you Rest In Peace till we meet in #PARADISE.

CONNECT: 
Twitter/Instagram: @AbzNgitolang
Facebook: Abz Ngitolang
SnapChat: AbzChatz


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May
6

Mr Leo just released the visuals of his new opus “On se connait pas” directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens. The video is rich in cinematic artistry;  presenting a boxing battle with a connotation to depict how he went through challenges , poverty and fought his way to success. 

Watch and share .


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May
6

ADS churns out a stunning lyrical delivery in his new song titled “Wicked” featuring Spido. Wordplay and punchlines on a 100% . Quite a propitious hit produced by Nfam Beats.

Enjoy !


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May
3

Davido’s statement that he knows only Stanley Enow and Samuel Eto’o in Cameroon triggered a stale outpouring from Cameroonian celebrities. Now is the turn for Burkinabe artists . 

Charlotte Dipanda was in Ouagadougou on April 25th for the 18th edition of KUNDE D’or award.

Interviewed by Afriyelba.net, the Cameroonian diva was very frank;

Journalist: Do you know Burkinabe artists?

Charlotte Dipanda: No

Afriyelba: Not even one ?

Charlotte Dipanda: No

The “Sista” singer has been receiving pejorative remarks from Burkinabe musicians for claiming she doesn’t know any of them. Two days after the polemic, Charlotte was interviewed by Tackborse.TV informing her that her statement was badly construed.

Journalist: Your response frustrated so many artists.

Charlotte Dipanda : Really? I’m sorry, I don’t know any Burkinabe artist, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t talented artists in Burkina. I was the first to be surprised when I was told my music is being listened here. You see, this is my first time here. It can’t hurt me if a Burkinabe says he doesn’t know me. Because there are so many artists. Now that there’s a polemic on what I said, I’ll take time to know more about Burkinabe music. It’ll be my pleasure”.


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