Snap Your Fingers – It’s Music Time!

Music is universally recognised as ‘soul food’. It is believed that the soul just like the body requires sustenance, so it is almost impossible to go through the day without ‘feeding your soul’. The consumption of music has increased exponentially because of technological advances. Ghana’s music industry is one of the fastest growing in the country. It offers Ghana an opportunity to promote our national culture. It has also been used on several occasions to put across social and political messages and has proven to be a great avenue for transmitting information. Messages that are otherwise shunned are somehow easier to listen to and even accept when it is transmitted through music. The internet has also become an effective medium for accessing music- both by streaming or downloading it directly.


Here’s A Twist to How We See ‘Student App Addiction’

‘Do not eat the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil’
…a few moments later…

‘What did I just say!?’

It probably didn’t go down like that back in the beginning but we are all familiar with the story about the fall of man. We know how it goes; God specifically told man what not to do and when he turned his back, man did the complete opposite of what he had been told. Inherently, we see the rebellious nature of man throughout the generations, even as kids, when you tell us not to do one thing, for some weird reason, that’s the exact thing we hasten to do.


A Piece of Korea and Japan; Chūiwoharau

‘How back in the day they called us Nerds right?’

‘But today they are the ones who are arguing about how the next Avengers movie will end!’

‘Forgetting that in those days we were reading the comics and watching all the cartoons that they made – but they said we were immature and childish just because we still followed cartoons at our age.’

‘Look who they run to now for answers and clarification!? Ha!’

Line about 10 random people up. It’s interesting how you would find out that about 3 out of the 10 selected are into the now popularly known Korean series (which the fans call the K-series or K-Drama) and another 2 would probably be into Japanese animation or what we now refer to simply as ‘anime’.