Monthly Archives: February 2012
Dancing, drumming, and music are very important parts of peoples every day live and the culture in Ghana. The West African Talking drum was the way of communication in West Africa before their were phones or ways to get around … Continue reading
This short CNN piece, be it a little dated does actually present the issues, successes, and potential future issues and successes in a very balanced way. This was filmed back in 2008 but the same issues are still present today. Will Ghana … Continue reading
I love this video it ties so much of Ghana together into five minutes and 9 seconds. It tells the sorry of a man in the Shantis along the railroad tracks who buys a traditional instrument that is played from … Continue reading
You can not go anywhere in Ghana without hearing reggae and because of that it holds an important place in many Ghanaians lives and also the memories of those who visit Ghana. We started the Music Video Monday series with … Continue reading
I like this video because there are so many images from all around Ghana and it is set to a nice pleasant tune with xylophone music.
This is arguably not a music video but it has to do with Ghana and musically focused. In this video you will see the Black Stars Soccer Team of Ghana who is yet undefeated (one tie) in the current Cup of African … Continue reading