PLM (or affectionately known by many as Powerful Laud Marcus due to his explosive baritone and rebel music) hails from the Cape Coast of Ghana.
The great grandson of legendary Ghananian statesman and world renowned educationalist Dr. James Emmanuel Kwegyir Aggrey, Powerful Laud Marcus carries on a proud family history of intellectual and spiritual service to the people of Ghana (and abroad). Though his moniker would imply a lineage of aristocracy, he humbly proclaims his origins as the son of everyday people.
Ghana Music: Seminar For Musicians KAFINA EVENTS, management of hiplife genius Tic Tac, supported by the Ministry of Tourism and Diasporan Relations and the Musicians Union Of Ghana (MUSIGA) is organizing a one day music seminar for musicians at the British Council in Accra today December 20, at 11:00am.
Frimprince to Reward Musicians Frimprince Music Productions, a Ghanaian/Italian private music production house which is into entertainment and events organization and promotion is planning a big awards night dubbed “Frimprince Music/Actors Awards-Italy” for hardworking artistes in the industry.
Police swoop on copyright pirates The Copyright Office and the Nima Divisional Police Command have arrested two dealers in pirated copyright works and seized items valued at over two billion cedis.
MUSIGA initiates moves to form own Copyright Society Members of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) have initiated moves to form their own copyright society to be known as Music Copyright Society of Ghana (MCOSGA) following the proposed abolition of the Copyright Society of Ghana (COSGA).
Metro TV Unfolds Package For Musicians Works of musicians which feature in Metro TV’s Ad cycle will now attract an amount of GH˘30 (˘300,000) per music video.
This, the station stated, was part of a new policy to pay for works of both musicians and songwriters.