Ghana: Miz Gold to Thrill Fans

Your authoritarian entertainment train took a stroll through town to see what people were doing for their relaxation. We passed through the Tv3 studios, Excel night club and the ever rollicking Rockstone's Office.

The train started by first going through the TV3 studios, where we witness the first ever performance on 'Music Music' from the beautiful dance hall artist from Nigeria, Miz Gold, doing her thing like no other and rocking the entire TV3 studios.

The TV3 studio was charged with electrifying performance by gospel artists with inspirational songs, and the audience danced off their worries and frustration.

Then emerged the urban afro dance hall diva, Miz Gold, who sent everybody jumping and dancing, especially to her new Tinka - Tinka sound track.

It was an awesome spectacle when the diva disclosed to her fans that she was celebrating her 24th birthday, which fell on the 28th September, 2012.

As part of the birthday bash, she would be visiting less privileged children and spending quality time with them.

The petit diva, said to be one of the sexiest female artist, took the partying trail through to the Excel night club, which saw Sound City hosting the celebration of Nigeria's independence, with a massive presence on Nigerians in Ghana.

The grand papa's office was the icing on the cake with fans of Miz Gold trooping to share in her celebration. Drinks and food was in abundance as she performed to the admiration and excitements of the fans.

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.

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