No Censor Podcast EPISODE 09 | Crying is a sign of weakness in men | Its totally okay for men to cry
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by Hunukane
1y ago
“Boys don't cry, and men do not shed tears””Bɛɛma nsu” is associated with the African culture about what society expects from men in typical chaotic or challenging situations. Consistent with this proverb is the reports about the likelihood that at every first year of life males are more likely to die than their female counterparts  According to an article published by J Psychiatry. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2015 Nov 1, the prevalence of mild depression was 6.7% and 2.7% in Ghana and South Africa, respectively, with a gender difference only in Ghana. Factors independently assoc ..read more
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No Censor Podcast Episode 8 | Ghanaian radio presenters ask unintelligent questions. Sarkodie s right.
No Censor Podcast
by Hunukane
1y ago
On this Episode of our no Censor podcast, we are having a conversation about how low and unprofessional some Ghanaian journalist are with their works. This episode has been recorded for almost a year now and its shocking how things we discussed here are in line with Sarkodie's issue with Ghanaian radio presenters and journalists.  Sarkodie is so right, Ghanaians are just hypocritic and hates the truth, a lot of radio presenters don't even have qualifications to be on radio or tv, these no talent having ass people have saturated our airways to an extend that if you are not intelligent your ..read more
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Things to know before traveling to Ghana this December | Ghanaians Lack Integrity | No Censor Podcast Episode 7
No Censor Podcast
by Hunukane
2y ago
NO CENSOR PODCAST EPISODE 7  The homies talks about how dishonest Ghanaians are as a people despite being so hospitable. If you are traveling to Ghana this December be very care and know all this to know peace and have a good time whilst here.  Guest from left @tbskwes @handsomefellah @mzorstin @kwaku_c  The NO Censor Podcast powered by Hunukane Radio is a nonconventional set of Generation Ys and Zs who meets to share their opinions on pressing issues as Ghanaian and the diaspora.   Shot in Hunukane studio here in Abelenkpe – Accra. @2022 HUNUKANE ..read more
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EPISODE 06| Best Ghanian Music Group of All Time
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by Hunukane
2y ago
On this episode of No Censor Podcast, the homies talk about the most influential Ghanaian music group of all time from the 90s to present, Their picks were based on buzz, consistency, influence, relevance, Back to back hit and impact. They settled on R2bees but some of the names that came up were VIP, 4X4, KECHE, ANTWI NE ANTWI, SKILLIONS. FBS, AKYEAME, 5FIVE, among other ..read more
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NO CENSOR PODCAST EP05  Importance of Your Come up Song
No Censor Podcast
by Hunukane
2y ago
On this episode of NO CENSOR Podcast, the homies talk about the importance and impacts of your first song (hits or popular). Musical success just like any sportsmanship, can be very rewarding and artist who have tasted fame from having a hit songs can confirm how very fulfilling this feelings bring. For some, its a great start for their careers and a lot of artist has stayed hot since their first major hit, bringing in countless collabs, brand endorsement deals, traveling and touring and even cashing in big time.  For some artist, this can be overwhelming, especially when their next son ..read more
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NO CENSOR EP04 - Richie Mensah Ghana’s Most Influential Music Executive of All Time | Lynx Entertainment
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by Hunukane
2y ago
The NO Censor Podcast powered by Hunukane Radio is a nonconventional set of Generation Ys and Zs who meets to share their opinions on pressing issues as Ghanaians and the diaspora.  On this episode of NO CENSOR Podcast, they homies pays homage Richie Mensah of lynx Entertainment, a music legend for his enormous contribution to the Ghana music industry with his midas touch on artist like Asem, Eazzi Baby, Zigi, OJ BLAQ, MzVee, Kuami Eugene and the current artist of the  year and the Touch it hit maker KiDi. Richie Mensah, better known by his stage name Richie, is a Ghanaian singer-s ..read more
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Episode 3 | "Efya vs Gyakie" |(Who is better?) | Ghana music industry
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by Hunukane
2y ago
On this episode of NO CENSOR Podcast powered by the herHunukane Team and Hunukane Radio, This all female squad from left @cedesgh @earthfalexis @pdas and our host @iyvenyonam talks about the long debate about Efya and Gyakie comparison on a twitter trend a while back and the whole Ghana music industry and how the industry portrays women in the music business. This long conversation will open your mind to some of the things people might consider a hinderance to the Female artist's career, and why Ghanaian female artist have a short-lived music career ..read more
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Episode 2 | The Homies talks about the Top 5 Ghanaian rappers of all time | Dead or alive.
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by Hunukane
2y ago
On the second episode of NO CENSOR podcast, the homies talks about the best Ghanaian rappers of all time, with camps like Skillions, JoeyB being a student and teacher of the game and also being a reference point for a lot of the new rappers like La Meme, Medikal, Kofi Mole and Ground-up chale boys. Their picks were based on buzz, influences, rapping ability, Skills, longevity and  impact. Another artist they came along were Asem whose excellence was short lived and couldn't be part of top 5, Surprisingly Fameye making it to someone's list, leaving  Okyeame Kwame and Edem, Reggie Rock ..read more
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Episode 1 | Ghana vs Nigerian music industry comparison,creative art, patriotism and Parenting in Ghana
No Censor Podcast
by Hunukane
2y ago
The homies talks about The Ghana creative industry,  Ghana vs Nigerian music industry comparison, Growing up in Ghana, amapiano takeover, patriotism, purchasing made in Ghana, bad governance, sports, payola and more Guest. @tbskwes @handsomefellah @mzorstin  @kwaku_c @richard_augustt @templegramme The NO Censor Podcast powered by Hunukane Radio is a non conventional set of Generation Ys and Zs who meets to share their opinions on pressing issues as Ghanaian and the diaspora.  On the first episode of many to come, the homies talks about Ghana Vs Nigerian music industry ..read more
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