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21st February 2019

Shatta Rako Opens Recording Studio Off His Support Concern Project To Assist Young Artistes

Inside Entertainment Ghana
Senior reggae-dancehall artiste Shatta Rako has made it public that he set up his recording studio as a support opportunity to aid the talented-but-underresourced young artistes who can’t afford the standard high music production cost most producers are charging per track.

Rako’s Legends Studios which spans music recording, professional graphic designing and paraphernalia products orders, is meant to support young artistes across the genres. The studio’s privileges cover senior artistes too.

Added to the support services being provided by the Legend Studios team are accompanying blogging which is towards the promo of the songs recorded under the Rako Support Project.

Currently, the sub-projects planned for the reggae-dancehall artistes are serial riddim album releases and multi-beat compilation album releases for the Hip Hop and AfroBeats artistes.

Farther next in line on the project list is a periodic concert that will be staged to give secondary exposure to the artistes. This concert comes off as a real world marketing opportunity for the Legends Studios beneficiary artistes to sell their brand to a massive audience.

The main Legend Studios contact dedicated to enquiry and other businesses is +233 558 037 746.

Social Media Contacts
Facebook: Legends StudiosGH
Instagram: LegendStudiosGH

21st February 2019

Award winning Ghanaian actress and philanthropist Emelia Brobbey has asked that reggae and dancehall musician Rexford Kojo Amoah returns to movie production.

The actress in a radio interview with NY DJ on Y102.5FM revealed that although many people did not know the musician was once into movie production, it was only right to state that one of her best movies ever titled Aku Sika was produced by Shatta Rako.

“Akus Sika was produced by Shattarako. It was an old story but I guess we were able to tell it well. He has a good eye for movies and I wish he would come back to the industry to produce more movies”

According to her, the ideas and equipment Shattarako and his team brought on set of each production meant they could help the industry grow.

“When someone comes on set and during the production you realize the kind of ideas and the kind of equipment they bring, you could see these guys could help the industry grow”, she said.

Shattarako is well known for his music and his artistic works as a graphic designer.

20th February 2019

It’s evidently clear that reggae/dancehall has taken a predominately big space in Ghana music in recent years with the rise of lots of dancehall acts in Ghana. Undeniably, one could say it’s the biggest genre in Ghana at the moment seeing its influence and how non “dancehallers” have even gotten the vibe to get “ina di dance”.

Last night ETV’s “Late Night Celebrity Show” hosted by veteran rapper Eddie Blay and TV Host , brought up some interesting revelations when two names that cannot be ruled out of this fraternity, Shatta Rako and BET 2016 nominee for Best International Act: Africa, MzVee  “clashed” on the show.

In a little “argument” with Shatta Rako, who thinks dancehall must be kept clean in order to be able to sustain its longevity in the system and also appeal to the corporate community, the “Natural Girl” hit maker who disclosed she could not speak the Jamaican patois contrary to what her fans think, was of the view that dancehall is a “dirty” genre and should be noted as such. “It’s a dirty genre, please don’t make it pretty” MzVee told Shatta Rako.

In reply Shatta Rako stood his grounds to defend the genre and said dancehall is not dirty but only been tagged like that because a few of them make it look like that. He however would not mention anyone.

“At the end of the day” they both announced their future plans and assured their fans to keep praying and supporting them to bring out the best in them.

The two, according to information we gather could be hitting the studio soon for a collaboration.

20th February 2019

Ghana’s most versatile dancehall artist with incomparable vocal prowess and unparalleled writing abilities Rexford Kojo Amoah well known on stage as Shatta Rako has been crowned Song writer of the year at the just ended BASS Awards 2016.
Shatta Rako beat competition from five others including Iwan and Pattan.

He won with hit single State of Emergency. He however lost on the Record of the Year.

Other winners included Fancy Gaddam who won the discovery of the year. Stonebwoy also won the dancehall song of the year with Go Higher.
The awards show which celebrates reggae and dancehall artistes and songs that have made a huge impact on the scene for the previous year saw performances from Ahmed Mujahid Bello aka Fancy Gadam from Tamale, Jupitar, Ras Kuuku, Rudebwoy Ranking, Mz Vee, Knii Lante and A.K Songstress.
This year’s edition is the fourth since the Bass Awards was instituted in 2013 and was held at the National Theater.