- Ghanaian versatile musician Tida is set to take wow music lovers in Ghana with his new project
- The silky-voiced song maker has readied his song Jo which he believes would be a massive hit
- Tida has been noted for dropping songs that have made waves in the airwaves and on social media
Ghanaian Reggae, Dancehall and Afrobeat artist Tida is at it again and is set to wow music lovers in the country with a new song which he has titled Jo.
Tida, noted for hit songs like ‘True Friend’, ‘Street Anthem’, ‘Night Train’ and others to his credit, is bent on his agenda to entertain Ghanaians and all good music lovers across the globe.
His new song ‘Jo’ is translated into English as ‘Dance’ and has noted that it would surely get music lovers dancing whiles being motivated.
The song has perfect instrumentation from BigSam, with Tida proving his versatility on the hook and verses.
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It comes with a street vibe video was directed by SnipaDidlt and Macford Production .
On many occasions, Tida has categorically stated that his affinity is to the ghetto youth in the country and he stands by them always in everything they do.
Stonebwoy prevents male fan from recording female dancer wearing short skirt on stage
Meanwhile, a video showing Dancehall star Stonebwoy known in real life as Livingstone Etse Satekla preventing a fan from recording his dancer has gone viral online.
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In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Stonebwoy was heard and seen performing his hit song, Activate, in front of a large crowd.
The musician was then joined on the stage by a female dancer wearing a short skirt who came on to show off her dance moves.
While dancing, the young lady went down to dance amid cheers from the crowd and Stonebwoy himself.
All of a sudden, one of the revelers pulled out a phone and started recording the lady who was dancing on the stage.
When Stonebwoy noticed the intention of the man with the phone, he quickly moved to him and lifted the phone - an action which forced the man to stop recording.
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