‘If You Don’t Stop’ is a sexy, guitar-driven R&B song sure to sweep listeners into the exciting feeling that comes with new love, kindled by a zest for romance. ‘If You Don’t Stop’ is available on all digital streaming platforms globally

Sofie’s buoyant release is a free flowing and colourful expression of the young artist sharing her all-new experience and feelings through brilliant vocals. Dropping alongside a video, the opening shot captures an unwinding ambience of the scene while showing all the different locations where Sofie is performing the song at once.

Fans get to see Sofie in her element following shots of her in the studio recording, right before the second verse hits and the story shifts to her love interest as things heat up.

Sofie’s ’If You Don’t Stop’ music video is a frothy new delight for lovers

In ensuing shots, the tone gets more playful and the spark of a potential new love interest is portrayed with intimate close-up shots between the two.

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In the final third of the video, Sofie is shown out and about, cruising in a yellow Mustang while the sun lights up her face, exuding a mood of happiness. This passionate expression continues into a cliff somewhere in Accra, showing off the expanse of the city in a beautiful contrast of post-sunset, that sees the Tema Harbor’s lights flood in the background.

Produced by Carter Pankow and directed by Wanlov the Kubolor, Sofie’s visuals and vocals for ‘If You Don’t Stop’ are definitely one to remember.

Sofie is a Ghanaian singer-songwriter with a soulful, R&B and Jazz-driven sound. She plays acoustic and electric guitar. Sofie believes that music is a driver of social progress; her songs like ‘Broken World’ tackle issues like racism, police brutality and inequality.

It’s important to Sofie that she uses her platform to raise awareness about things that matter in the world and inspire positive change. Sofie graduated from the Berklee College of Music in May 2021. During her time at Berklee, Sofie released her second EP ‘’Light Waves’’.

Sofie’s ’If You Don’t Stop’ music video is a frothy new delight for lovers

Her career highlights include playing the main stage at the ‘’Chalewote Festival’’ in Accra the summer of 2017, performing at ‘’The African Diaspora Homecoming Conference Gala Night’’ celebrating Ghana’s 60th independence anniversary, performing at the ‘’Women of Colour’’ celebration with a Hip-Hop ensemble in Boston/rapping with American Hip-Hop recording artist, Yo-Yo and being an opening act for the ‘’Afrobeat to the World’’ concert at the PlayStation Theatre in Times Square, NYC and playing multiple headline shows in Boston and Accra.

If You Don’t Stop’ is available NOW on all digital  platforms  https://songwhip.com/sofie4/if-you-dont-stop


On August 31, 2019, I had the pleasure of personally meeting for the first time Daniel Amakye Dede, aka “Iron Boy” in the United States (US). He is a legendary Ghanaian singer and songwriter affectionately called “Iron Boy” by his fans across the globe.

We met as part of my arrangements to get him an interview I had pre-planned with the Voice of America (VOA) studios in Washington, District of Columbia (DC).

International reporter Peter Clottey of VOA conducted the interview. Peter chatted Amakye Dede on his show ‘Night Line Africa‘, aired on Saturdays and Sundays from midday to 1 PM DC time.

Born January 5, 1958, (I was born January 26, 1980) the music legend did not betray epitomizing his nickname — Abrantie — so well by his gentlemanly demeanor.


As I ushered him into the VOA, I wondered how Mr. Dede stays so relevant even after beginning his music career in 1973 when he joined the Kumapim Royals as a composer and vocalist.

I felt so tempted to ask, but oh well, I already agreed with myself that it was because he is such an intricate storyteller who weaves creative anecdotes with the lyrics of his music that d not only entertain the ear but teases the mind into pondering while leaving room for the feet to dance.

By the way, Abrantie in the Ghanaian Twi dialect means ‘young man‘ so there you go. Moving along, Amakye Dede was in town for his US Tour and had arrived a day before his sold-out concert in Washington, DC. Lucky for me,

I had cleared up my schedule to meet him and yes the pleasure was all mine, for real, considering the first time he was in DC was in 1990.


The premier highlife performer was joined by the young multi-talented Kwadwo Nkansah who dabbles as an actor, singer, but first and foremost, a comedienne too.

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Photo credit: Kwadwo Nkansah

Professionally referred to as Lil Win, Mr. Nkansah indicated that he was in the US to support the legend Amakye Dede, disclosing that it was his first time to the US. Besides Lil Win, singer Kurl Songx was also on the bill of this tour.

Kurl Songx


Before arriving in DC to climax the show, the trio started their tour off with what they described as a successful gig at the GHANAfest concert in Chicago. From there they hit States like Ohio, Texas, and New York.

2Geez Entertainment were hosts of the DC show where the trio played at Karma Music Center. iBright events, however, collaborated with GNC and Steaman Entertainment to make this tour possible.

Amakye Dede Live In DC

I owe them all loads of thanks for also making it possible for me to meet Amakye Dede, the legend who provided many of the eclectic soundtracks to the story of my life as I grew up in Tema, Ghana.


Yes, I shot the interview at the VOA on my smartphone camera because I wanted to make sure you all got to see it, even though I didn’t bring my Nikon.

In addition, he also obtained some snippets from the show that happened the following day on September 1, 2019. It is my small way of saying endless thanks to Iron Boy who has made some 20 albums in through his prolific career.

I have posted the video earlier talked about in this link https://youtu.be/u0B8AAoeICs, please enjoy and don’t forget to share it, thank you for supporting my work and the crew at TheAfricanDream.net over the years.

Now let me go catch up on my Amakye Dede very oldies but goodies songs…

Written by Oral Ofori

Congrats in advance! Looks like Nana Fofie will be on Nicki Minaj’s label soon. Nicki Minaj took to Instagram with the announcement.


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Earlier this year, the Ghanaian singer Nana Fofie opens concert for Nicki Minaj in Holland. We cant wait to see this first single!


Nana Fofie








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Becca And Her Mum

Becca is a talented Ghanaian singer and actress.

Becca married a Nigerian Husband, Tobi Sanni in August 2018 in a strictly-by-invitation ceremony that welcomed celebrities from both Ghana and Nigeria.

The marriage was blessed with a beautiful baby girl the last February. However, the baby’s arrival has exposed the big rift between Becca’s nuclear family and her mum.

Becca’s mum has been denied the much-anticipated grandmother-hood as she has not been allowed to meet with her granddaughter.

The news came shocking to the general populace as no one could ever believe this is happening to Becca and mum.

A source claimed that the denial could be traced to Becca’s husband believe that his mother-in-law is a witch.

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Nothing could be more painful to the mum as her daughter bought into the hogwash without a second thought, leaving the mother defenceless.

Wizardry is a lifetime thing in Africa. However, the 21st century has lived past this old belief.

But as it stands, many conservative Africans have refused to let go of the ancient myth of wizardry.

Regrettably, Mr Tobi Sanni,  is one of the conservatives for ever thinking his mother-in-law has wings and could fly.

One would wonder how frustrating the denied grandmother would be right now.

Becca’s debut album, Sugar in 2007 attracted numerous nominations and eventually won the Ghana Music Awards for the Record of the Year in 2008.

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Her career is studded with multiple nominations and awards including Kora Awards in 2010, Ghana Music Award for Best Vocal Performance in 2010, 4Syte TV Music Video Awards for Overall Best Video Award in 2011 among others.

Ghanaians are torn between Becca and her mum, some side with Becca for refusing to talk to the mum and also believe when her husband allegedly accused mum.


Becca and Mom – Photo Credit: KG gh news

They are of the opinion that the mum should have dealt with this privately  and not in public

Others on the other hand, are very shocked that Becca did not stand up to husband and defend her mother, after all there can be one mother.

But as the saying goes, until you have walked in someone shoe do not judge!

Some Ghanaians are of the view that the mother had no choice and her going public was mothers a cry for help.

Others are saying some Nigerians men don’t respect Ghanaian women and have been taking advantage of them.

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We want more of this beautiful mum and daughter like the day she introduced her mother to the world in the video below.



We hope the family gets to sort out the dispute in no distant time.






Celebrities catch a lot of slack for shamelessly showing off their wealth… Celebs who give back big time to the community through their Founded Charities needs to be applauded.

Popular Ghanaian singer and actress Becca, is one of the celebs who gives back to the community through her foundation (Becca Hearts Foundation)

Becca Hearts Foundation educates girls in Ghana about female hygiene, especially how to look after themselves during their menstrual CYCLE.

Becca Hearts Foundation is in partnership with Touching the Lives of Girls Foundation International (TLGFI), Ghana ministry of education and Zylofon Media.  Becca

The internationally recognised star recently brought 3 schools together to educate them on  safe practices during their monthly menstrual cycle as well as their future career advice

Below are some of the photos from the events


Becca’s rescue organisation aims at raising funds to help promote the awareness of children affected by HIV AIDS as well as imprisoned children in Ghana and hopes to go beyond Africa and around the world. 


Becca is an award-winning singer and actress:  After several years abroad She returned back to Ghana where her undisputed talent was discovered by a trailblazing record label E K B records who signed her on and proceeded to work. Her first single “you lied to me” was released in August 2007 and was followed by the release of her debut album “Sugar” which was lunched in November of the same year. Her style of music and dressing is influenced by her surrounding and up bringing as an African. 

Becca’s videos attracts great views on Youtube. Her videos views are between 1 to 3 million plus with a WEEK!  ‘Me Ni Waa’  which is less than a month has almost 3 million views on Youtube and ‘Na Wash’ is getting to 6 million views on Youtube. We can comfortably say Becca is a History Maker!

We love all her music! What’s your favourite Becca songs?

Keep up the good work Becca! 

 Credit: Becca

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Checkout Ghanaian singer Becca’s outfit! She looks Flawless! Becca is a singer and actress:  After several years abroad She returned back to native home Ghana where her undisputed talent was discovered by a trailblazing record label E K B records who signed her on and proceeded to work.Becca.

Her first single “you lied to me” was released in August 2007 and was followed by the release of her debut album “Sugar” which was lunched on the 13th of November the same year…. More  about Becca here

Photo Credit: Becca