Tag: Ama K


Meet Ama K Abebrese

Ama K. Abebrese is a British television presenter, producer and actress of Ghanaian origin. In 2011 she won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

Abebrese began her training at ‘Youth Culture Television’ in London, an organisation started by Sabrina Guinness on the TV show Challenge Anneka. She was a presenter on BBC2’s youth show Pass da Mic and the English File educational series.[3] Abebrese was a regular TV presenter on OBE TV, hosting and producing on a number of shows including One Touch, and the entertainment chat show On The Sofa, where guests she has interviewed range from Akon to Ziggy Marley.

Not to forget she has the whole package, she is also a trained actor, Ama K, has featured as part of the Lyric Theatre summer company in the play ‘Chinese Whispers’ on the London stage. She also portrayed the lead female role in the short play Three Nights at the Diroma Theatre in London. She played a cameo role in the 2006 African film London Get Problem.

An accomplished television producer Ama K’s co-producing credits include Fresh Act, a reality television show format that sought to find actors and actresses for a TV drama, the first its kind to be produced on a UK Minority ethnic TV channel. She produced and presented in 2008 a six part series filmed on location in Johannesburg called South Africa Business Profile. She is also a producer on long standing shows One Touch and On the Sofa.

Final words… hmm this beautiful diva certainly stands out from the crowd, her bubbly character and wonderful persona just stuns us all, if you’ve see her do what she does best you certainly would agree with me. She is certainly doing us Ladies proud in today’s Ghana/uk modern industry.

By CLOUDIA

Dr Cryme – Kill Me Shy

I know it’s a bit late with the video being out a for about a few weeks now, but seeing as the song ‘Kill Me Shy’ is probably going to be the summer anthem for a lot of Ghanaians out there, it’s only fair that a few words are said about the video!

First of all the concept of the video was great. The group going for auditions and the possible love relationship that might develop between Dr. Cryme and Ama K was quite entertaining. Choosing Citizen Kofi as location was also a nice touch. Even though it’s an entertainment spot I’m glad it did not turn out to be the typical music set in a club scene with girls gyrating on the dance floor. Quite refreshing I must say!

I also like the simplicity of the video. I mean there wasn’t too much going on so you could just focus on enjoying the song and Dr.Cryme’s wooing of Ama K Abebrese. And I must say the guest appearances of Delah, the award-winning Ama K Abebrese and the great highlife musician Jewel Ackah gave the video some celeb status.

Dr Cryme and his Twi Pop Band are definitely the hottest thing in Ghana right now and I hope the release of their official album in July doesn’t disappoint!

Yaa Nyarko