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Madonna to release a song by Ghana’s Qweci (Ded Buddy)


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Qweci wrote the song for Madonna while in the United States


American pop star, Madonna, is set to release a song written by Ghanaian R&B singer, Qweci, formerly known as Ded Buddy, who recently resurfaced after years of hibernation from the music industry. According to him, he co-wrote and arranged the song while in the United States, noting a friend of his who produced Maddonna’s last album was the one who created the beat for the song. “Back in the States, I co-wrote a song for American songstress Madonna which is not yet released… I wrote the song so it’s one of the songs which is actually being pushed to her right now to be released,†he told 3News He added:  “I co-produced, co-arranged and stuff for Madonna’s albumâ€. With over a decade of experience, Ded Buddy entered the industry in the 1990s with the track Y3b3 Sa, which became an instant hit in Ghana. He later went dormant for some time until 2010 when he bounced back but has still not been able take live up to expectation.


Nana Afrane Asante||Ghana


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Madonna’s Emotional Trip to Africa Continues with Visit to Her Children’s Birth Villages

Madonna and family continued their tour of Africa this week, visiting the country of Malawi where the 57-year-old singer had previously adopted 10-year-old children David and Mercy. They returned to the orphanages where David and Mercy had lived – Home of Hope and Kondanani Children's Village, respectively. The family, which included Madonna's 19-year-old daughter Lourdes and 15-year-old son Rocco, mingled with the young children there and documented their trip on Instagram.


While on the trip, David also received his Ngoni tribal name in his ancestral village, she explained, posting a photo after the official ceremony. 


"Discussing responsibility," she said in one photo after the ceremony, featuring David and Rocco. "One must live up to their name." 


"There is joy in the air at Home of Hope Orphanage," Madonna wrote in another post, showing women in the village singing and dancing in the crowd.


The family visited a pediatric surgery and intensive care unit under construction in the Malawi city of Blantyre. There, Madonna reviewed plans with developers for the "first of it's kind" medical facility, located next to Queen Elizabeth hospital. She says she hopes the hospital will open by early 2017. 


"These walls could use some murals," she wrote in one post as she toured the construction site. 

She also met with Dr. Eric Borgstein – who she called one of her "heroes." The two discussed "food, security, education for girls and staffing," she said, with nurses and clinical officers. 


Madonna asked her followers to help think of a name for the hospital, and provided information for those interested sponsoring a nurse or a clinical officer. 

She then met with Malawi President Peter Mutharika. The two "discussed food security, education for girls and staffing" for the new hospital. "Oh Africa you have filled our hearts with joy and appreciation!" she wrote on her final post of the trip – which also saw the family traveling to Kibera, Kenya. Madonna and Rocco have recently mended their estranged relationship following months of acrimony and legal proceedings on both sides of the Atlantic. In June, the teen returned to his mother's Manhattan home for the first time since late 2015, when he opted to stay with dad Guy Ritchie in England.

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