Teephlow Drags Guru For Stealing His “Alkayida” Wave Way Back. Ghanaian rapper, Lukeman Ekow Baidoo, otherwise known as Teephlow has ‘punched’ Guru following his misunderstanding with Kuami Eugene over a collaboration.

Kuami Eugene revealed in a recent interview that he couldn’t accept a feature with Guru because he didn’t use the right channel and he has also disrespected his boss.

His explanation compelled Guru, known in private life as Maradona Yeboah Adjei to react.

In his rebuttal, the NKZ Music Boss stated that he admired the works of Kuami Eugene and he didn’t want to feature him because he needed a hit song.

On the back of this, Teephlow in a post sighted by Zionfelix.net recounted how Guru robbed him of a chance to shine some years ago.

According to him, Guru is now stressing over a collabo after he treated him in the same way.

Teephlow believes karma is “a crazy dog”.

He tweeted: “With all those hits u still robbed a brother of a simple chance to shine when the new akaida dance wave came! U swore u never knew of my song and even claimed u created the wave.

“Today udey stress over collabo. Smh. Karma is indeed a crazy dog. #Phlowducation2.”

Check the tweet out below ; Teephlow Drags Guru For Stealing His “Alkayida” Wave Way Back.

Guru Reveals Names Of VGMA Board Members Who Made Sure He Never Wins An Award

No Artiste Manager Should Be Part Of VGMA Board – Guru. Maradona Yeboah Adjei, popularly known by his stage name Guru, is a Ghanaian rapper and fashion designer has recently voiced out his displeasure with how winners are selected for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

The artiste exercised his displeasure on the matter “no artiste manager should be part of the VGMA board” whiles talking to Dj Choco the host of morning entertainment show on ahomka 99.5 FM.

Guru stated that there is no way a manager will leave his label artiste out as well as the award is concerned. For instance Richie of Lynx Entertainment who is a member would make sure his label is well recognised to win an award and this would surely affect the credibility of the award scheme, noted to be one of the biggest in the country.

He suggested that all artiste managers be taken off the board to make it more independent and credible
He also added that he will never fight for something he deserves. No Artiste Manager Should Be Part Of VGMA Board – Guru.

Guru Reveals Names Of VGMA Board Members Who Made Sure He Never Wins An Award

GHAMRO Must Be Investigated – Guru. Rapper Guru is calling for an investigation into the works of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation (GHAMRO) over what he terms as a rip-off on the part of the royalties collection agency.

GHAMRO has come under numerous attacks over what some musicians consider as a failure on their part to address the list of concerns affecting musicians in the country.

Speaking in an interview on Rainbow Entertainment, Guru lamented about how his colleagues are being cheated by the music rights body.

He said, “When was the last time I was given royalties? I don’t remember. These are the things we need to address. We need to do proper checks. Do you know we have a system that helps to track the number of times songs are played, but GHAMRO has abandoned this system because it will expose their corrupt activities? This is what must be investigated.”

GHAMRO, which is responsible for collecting royalties for all rights owners in Ghana, has been accused of not living up to their task.

According to some musicians, the monies they receive from GHAMRO is nothing to write home about.

Veteran Ghanaian musician Akosua Agyapong is the lastest to come against the organization. She has accused its Chairman, Rex Omar, as being the “worst GHAMRO Chairman ever.”

She is quoted as saying “When Carlos was in charge, you (Rex Omar) were on social media platforms criticizing, and so, we thought given the chance, you will do better. Rather the situation is gone from bad to worse…As for Rex, I will say it again and again that among all of them, Rex is the worst GHAMRO chairman ever.”

Musicians like Stonebwoy, Kwaw Kese, and others including music producers have expressed dissatisfaction with the works of the Ghana Music Rights Organisation when it comes to supporting musicians with an effective royalties collection systems. GHAMRO Must Be Investigated – Guru.

Guru - Ghanaian Rapper
Guru – Ghanaian Rapper

Guru exposes manager of Lynx Entertainment. Guru of NKZ Music fame has revealed that several attempts to get Kuami Eugene and Kidi on a song proved futile largely due to the diabolic works of general manager of Lynx Entertainment called Albert.

Guru noted that because most of his features involve new artists, he wanted to engage Kuami Eugene and KiDi but after placing a request, he didn’t get any positive reply.

Guru told ZionFelix in an interview that he later found out that Albert Mensah prevented KiDi and Kuami Eugene from doing the collaboration with him.

Guru later indicated that Albert Mensah stated point-blank that he won’t permit his boys to work with him. Well, to Guru, he believes his ‘Kasiebo’ song with Obrafour some years back is the main reason Lynx Entertainment denied him.

Enjoy the conversation below: Video : Guru exposes manager of Lynx Entertainment.

Ofori Amponsah - Million Dollar ft. Guru
Ofori Amponsah – Million Dollar

Veteran Ghanaian highlife artiste, Ofori Amponsah features NKZ rapper, Guru on this new highlife masterpiece titled Million Dollar.

This song comes off the legendary singer’s “Million Dollar” album and it’s production credit goes to Mr. Henry.

Download Million Dollar below;

Stream the highlife banger on YouTube below;



VGMA Will Only Be Credible When I'm Crowned Artiste Of The Year - Guru

Guru Sends Strong Message To Fellow Ghanaian Musicians. Ghanaian rapper, Maradona Yeboah Adjei, well known as Guru, has advised his colleagues to stop competing against themselves.

The ‘Lapaz Toyota’ composer in a recent interview on Bryt TV postulated the need for Ghanaian musicians to target the world market instead of competing among themselves in the country.

“The competition is not in Ghana here…it’s out there in the world. We have to start looking beyond Ghana else Ghana music will remain only in Ghana,” he said.

Guru also sang the praises of Samini on his creativity and how good he is when it comes to live performances.

“Samini is a legend and he isn’t celebrated often like he should. He has been undermined for too long…no artiste can perform better than Samini when it comes to live shows…he can just look at my shoes and create a perfect lyric with it,” he stated. Guru Sends Strong Message To Fellow Ghanaian Musicians.

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Hitz Fm Presenter Andy Dosty and Mr Logic has descended on highlife singer Kweysi Swat for lying about Guru that he never helped him after signing for his NKZ music label.

Andy Dosty exposed Kweysi Swat in a phone interview on Hitz fm today when he bitterly complained that Guru didn’t shoot a video for him after signing with his label but the new highlife singer after further questioning by Andy Dosty admitted that Guru indeed shot a video for him but he (Kweysi Swat) was not pleased with his costume.

Kweysi Swat later apologized for lying about Guru but added that Guru delayed his progress.

Andy Dosty And Mr. Logic Blasts Kweysi Swat For Being Ungrateful To Guru
Guru with Kweysi Swat

Mr. Logic also advised popular artistes to stop signing new talents and described Kweysi Swat’s utterance as ungrateful after gaining his first VGMA nomination with a song Guru featured him on, that is “Bad Energy”.

Listen to the audio Below:


Kuami Eugene Replies Guru For Saying He Doesn’t Deserve The VGMA Artiste Of The Year

Over the weekend, highlife singer Kuami Eugene was crowned the 2020 VGMA Artiste of The Year at the 21st edition of the awards ceremony.

After the awards, many people were off the opinion that the Lynx Entertainment signee didn’t deserve the award.

Kuami Eugene Replies Guru For Saying He Doesn't Deserve The VGMA Artiste Of The Year (Video)
Kuami Eugene and his team at the VGMA awards.

The artiste of the year category had the likes of Kofi Kinaata, Diana Hamilton, Sarkodie,and Kuami Eugene but saw the young singer coming out as the winner.

NKZ Music CEO, Guru also came out to share his opinion that Sarkodie deserved the award more than the ‘Open Gate’ hit maker.

In a recent interview on Hitz Fm with Andy Dosty, the singer has responded to Guru for passing that comment in a very professional and nice way.

Responding to Guru’s comment, the afrobeat sensation said he feels that is his opinion and everyone has the right to share their opinion so he doesn’t hold anything against him.

Watch the interview below;



Guru Reveals Names Of VGMA Board Members Who Made Sure He Never Wins An Award

Guru Reveals Names Of VGMA Board Members Who Made Sure He Never Wins An Award. Veteran Ghanaian rapper Guru has finally let the “cat out of the bag” as to why he never wins Ghana Music Award despite releasing hit songs over the years.

According to the NKZ Boss, “Kasiebo” song by Obrafuor which he got the chance to be featured on was a blessing and at a point in time also caused problems for him and some industry players which the song was directed to.

Talking of blessings, Ghanaians accepted him and he rose to fame after the Kasiebo song but according to Guru, some artistes whose names were “indirectly” mentioned in the Kasiebo song sabotaged him when they got the chance to head positions at the Musician Union Of Ghana (MUSIGA) office.

According to Guru, Obour,Richie Mensah and Okyeame Kwame who never subscribed to the Kasiebo song because Guru and Obrafuor punched them so hard on that record, made sure he (Guru) never won any Ghana Music Award even though he won several nominations. Obour is a former president of MUSIGA, Okyeame Kwame is the former PRO of MUSIGA and Richie Mensah is part of VGMA selection committee.

“I was denied working with Kuami Eugene and Kidi by their label boss”; Guru said this on LTS on Joy News.Guru Reveals Names Of VGMA Board Members Who Made Sure He Never Wins An Award.

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