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Julian Darksta out with ‘Bad Ronaldo’

Bad Ronaldo

JULIAN APPIAH known in showbiz as Julian Darksta, the Ghanaian-United Kingdom based Afro-beats and dancehall artiste who is gradually making waves in the international Afro-beat and UK Afro swing scenes has dropped his  second track  dubbed ‘Bad Ronaldo’

According to Darksta who started singing at a very young age and has recorded great few songs which are online music shops, his new song ‘Bad Ronaldo’ was produced by K’Adu, a UK based producer.

He said that “I chose the title because I want to appreciate good women all around the world though I used the word ‘Bad’ I mean good, Ronaldo because I wrote the song during the time the footballer Ronaldo won the Ballon d’Or (world footballer of the year).”

The artiste is known for his talent in wordplay and the fusion of African, American and West Indian descent in his songs, started music professionally a year ago is a graduate from the University of the District of Colombia. He was raised in South London, Ghana (Accra) and USA.

He is inspired by versatile artistes and is overly inspired by the great Bob Marley because of his messages about love, peace and unity, which he believes the modern world needs.

He encouraged young one to never give up on their dreams because no one can determine the end result and they should feel free to try new things because success comes from failure.”

His songs are available on iTunes, Spotify, Soundcloud and other platforms as Julian Darksta on all social media platforms.

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Fimfim’s ‘forces’ to shake the music industry

“The industry is not paying; the industry is on its last legs”, these are some of the comments we hear every day but speaking to Fimfim the rapper man, he ‘forces’ to spill out some deep words on industry ‘forces’.

According to the prolific Ghanaian sound engineer, producer and rapper known in the music space as Fimfim the rapper man, the entertainment industry does not support originality and has caused laziness among its players.

Fimfim the rapperman, who is leading a one man crusade to correct some of these malicious acts in the industry, has composed a new tune dubbed ‘Forces’ which  exposes the forces that work against talents and creativity in the Ghanaian entertainment industry.

In an interview with, Fimfim explained that ‘forces’ was inspired by challenges faced by the artiste in the music industry. “The industry has been compromised to the point where one artiste needs to sound like the next in order to be given audience.”

He added that, “Several artists pay a lot of money to get a record done, huge sum to shoot music videos and even pay to get played on the radio, yet the fans are hesitant to click on buy links to support the art. Diversity breeds expansion and that’s what the various stakeholders are failing to appreciate. The industry needs fresh breed of artiste to grow and proper structures to function, thus, the inspiration behind the choice of name for the song. Forces in the industry. ‘Forces’ targets every stakeholder of the industry. Government inclusive.

Fimfim who is also known as the conceptual lyricist, in the song addressed artiste to go back to writing songs, he said “the torchbearers of the industry should point the light to the right direction, government introducing working structures that will check and protect the intellectual properties of the creative arts as a whole.

Hammering on the fact that, some industry players do not supports talents, but support individuals based on how controversial they get by either exposing some parts of their bodies or doing something to get attention, “Sex sells but what happens when these same features that made you sexually attractive fades due to aging? Real talent never dies thus I will urge these female artistes to work on their talent to sell rather than focusing on their sexuality as a means of breaking through. The art goes beyond the fame.”

‘Forces’ was written and produced by Fimfim and it features DJ Huarache who did the scratch works during the interludes. I am a “conceptual lyricist” who loves addressing issues.

The song is available on all digital distribution platforms like soundcloud, iTunes, spotify, deezer, Amazon, and more. The video to the song will be dropped soon.


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