Hondred Percent breaks down how his journey to getting his album in 14 digital stores in 241 markets
I’m an African but I don’t feel proud to be one. Roll up in my streets and you will feel foul to be one - Hondred Percent The statement above comes from my track titled Akola Boni of my album WTF? I never thought I would refer to this specific line but the situation I … Continue reading Justice Where Are You?
Last Saturday 7th October 2017 was a display of tragic fireworks that made Ghana wish Superman came to our aid. Alas, Superman is only fictional and even if he wasn't, the chaos and crime in the world that day may have prevented him from being a hero to Ghanaians. (Black Panther who is near by … Continue reading Where Were You When Gas Exploded?
Accidents are interesting events. They seem to always occur unexpectedly. In some cases however, you can tell that one is bound to happen. Those who truly understand the risks get out of the danger zone. Others unaware of the risks or optimistic about the outcome face the same road. Throughout 2017 I have listened time … Continue reading October Fire Thoughts
So last Wednesday I celebrated my birthday and as I write this I realize its been about a year since I launched the hondredpercent.com website. A lot has happened since September 2016. My writing has increased, I released an album, I experienced fatherhood, my beard grew, I fell in love with green tea etc. When … Continue reading How I Celebrated My Birthday
Our elders have a saying: "Dont call a spade a spoon if it is used in feeding cattle" This is exemplary of the humorous wisdom rendered by Jojo, Uncle Ebo Whyte's main character in his latest play titled "The Comeback" which I had the opportunity to preview last Wednesday 30th August, 2017. "The Comeback" is … Continue reading A Review of “The Comeback”
So last weekend was the Chale Wote Festival and as usual High Street saw floods of people parading through James Town to take selfies, express themselves, enjoy the art and entertainment artists had to offer and have a jolly good time. If there is anything that the Chale Wote festival teaches us, it is that Art is powerful social magnet.
I was a bit perplexed this week when I saw yellow colored fortune cookie looking logo on Cal Bank's branches, marketing materials and ad's. I just wasn't feeling this new logo and for a second I even thought this Ghanaian bank had been bought by a foreign party and thus the new look. I am … Continue reading I’m not Feeling Cal Bank’s New Logo
Last Friday, 11th August 2017 at Phreak Out Live was literally crazy! People jumping up and down crazy, as if we were having a mini jumping competion......especially on stage. It left me wondering whether they had listened to Criss Cross's "Jump Jump" before they came to the show. My performance was well received. I was … Continue reading Phreak Out Live Made Me A Yung Pabi Fan
There are moments in our life when we envy. Its not a good feeling but when we are in that moment we want to be someone other than ourselves. I have experienced this at different stages in my life. I am however grateful that my faith in God led me to realize that I am … Continue reading I’m An Android But Want To Be An Iphone