One of the finest divas emerging in the Ghanaian music scene Miz Gold has extended some love to the orphans of the Osu Children's home in Accra. She made a presentation of items worth GH ÂÂ¢1000.
The Nigerian female artist, who has now adopted Ghana as her home is poised towards helping the less privileged in society through her music, in the country.
Speaking in an interview to the paper, she observed that her passion for music is to see the young folks and the elderly happy.
Miz Gold describes her visit to Ghana as breath taking, which can't be taken for granted. In her own way, she cited the culture and the people as hospitable and very friendly.
Miz Gold hinted that she would be dropping the biggest hit with Guru, one of the biggest musician in the music industry.
Miz Gold appealed to celebrities from both Nigeria and Ghanaian to extend love to the less privileged in the communities, especially Africa.
She reiterated that the two singles "I LOVE THE WAY" and"TINKA - TINKA" are being promoted in the country. and are getting good air play.
Miz Gold, whose real name is Temtope Greenaway - (Gold) has expressed her passion for dancing and doubles as an artist . she was born in Ibaden Nigeria on 28th September, 1989. She started writing songs at the age of 16 years in her home land. In the process of promoting a new single dubbed - "I Love The Way", she crossed path with her partner in the UK, whiles he was working there.