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Get #SomewayBi on itunes: http://bit.ly/RexJka Director: Post No Bill Album: Apae: the price of Free EP SingitDamnit Music/ TTD Media Song Produced by Yung Fly A stark and gritty realistic vision inspired by the crude realities of modern Ghanaian life with strong hints of cinéma vérité influence. Inevitably, the conclusion is that his environment is 'someway bi', a phrase that encapsulates the daily frustrations, inexplicable occurrences, immeasurable joys, simple pleasures of urban African life.
Two titans from Ghana and South Africa meet on the campaign trail via this Hip-Hop thriller shot in the streets of Johannesburg. Video by Callback Dreams Studios Director: Jobie Bakama Exec Producer: Makere Thekiso DP: Motheo Moeng Assistant Director: Mohube Rapodile Producer: Suzan Kibirige Song produced by Wes Mapes Almost Made a Cameo: Michael "Dj Mikey" Atema PA: Thato Ramotsehoa, Linda Mangqu Was there in morning, picked up M.anifest in a suit and brought the truck in a suit: Kevin Edson Camera Assist: Benni Sitole Make-up: Amy Anstey Photographer: Tshepiso (aka) Vorrosso keBosso M.anifest's Outfits: Chocolate by Kwaku Bediako
Get Apae in stores now! iTunes http://bit.ly/JAbnKI Spinlet http://bit.ly/L0Rzlg This episode features Vickie Remoe, Rodney Quarcoo, Honorable Civilians and yours truly.
Listening session on wheels. Featuring Lydia Forson, Agnes Ntow, Abraham Ohene Djan, Giovanni, and honorable Madina civilians. Get Apae on itunes now! https://itunes.apple.com/gh/album/apae-the-price-of-free-ep/id784873666
Featuring Reggie Rockstone, Sika Osei, KOD & Honorable Civilians. Apae Now available In stores! iTunes http://bit.ly/JAbnKI Spinlet http://bit.ly/1cT8MmP, & Woodin Stores in Ghana
A Rodney Quarcoo Visuals Presentation. Edited by LOVECINÉ FILMS. Song Produced by Budo. (c) SingitDamnit Music & TTD Media. Get it on itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/immigrant-chronicles-coming/id465094925
Directed by WA Productions/LOVECINÉ FILMS. Edited by LOVECINÉ FILMS. Get it on itunes: http://bit.ly/UbSjpX. Song produced by G Mo For Lyrics & Audio: https://soundcloud.com/manifestive/m-anifest-blue-chale-what-dey The video was shot on location in Saltpond and Accra. It tells a story of longing and nostalgia inspired by living away from home. The video shows M.anifest in soliloquy whiles his mind travels to many childhood memories that remind him of home. From longing for kelewele, beans, gari (foods readily available on the streets of Accra) to girls shaking their "wele," "Blue" shows a man journeying through time, torn between melancholy and fond remembrance. "Blue" (Chale what dey happen) is also a throwback to M.anifest's adolescent years but perhaps more importantly a historical document of the cultural shifts that hiplife/ rap spawned in the 90s. In the 3rd verse you hear and see images that serve as a reflection on the beginnings of a new wave of contemporary Ghanaian pop/hiplife music. Executive Produced by TTD Media
Directed by WA Productions/LOVECINÉ FILMS. Edited by LOVECINÉ FILMS. 'Asa' means "to dance" or "dance" in Twi. Get 'Asa' on itunes: http://bit.ly/UbSjpX.Exec Prod: TTD Media. Song Produced by Budo. Follow: @manifestive @Efya_Nokturnal. www.manifestmc.com
@manifestive. www.manifestmc.com. Song produced by Kwabena Jones. Video directed by Isaac Offei Awuah "Makaa Maka" loosely translates from Twi as "If I said it I said it" or "I say it without apology."
Song Produced by Budo. Video Directed and Filmed by Justin Schell (We Rock Long Distance). Final video Produced in Collaboration with Six Ton Productions.
Filmed and Directed by Wale Deen Agboola. Off September 20th 2011 album - "Immigrant Chronicles: Coming to America." Song Produced by Budo.