Download M.I. Abaga's The Illegal Music II Mixtape

M.I. Abaga, of Chocolate City fame, releases 'The Illegal Music Two Mixtape' featuring the likes of Ice Prince, Pryse, HHP and Khali Abdu.

Chocolate City head honcho M.I. Abaga just dropped The Illegal Music Two mixtape. The free 18-track tape features a laundry list of  appearances from the likes of Ice Prince, Pryse, Khali Abdu, HHP, and more. Stream the previously featured Lil Wayne remix "6 Foot 7 Foot ft. Phenom" below and head to M.I.'s brand new site to download TIMII for free.

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Stream: M.I. Abaga "6 Foot 7 Foot ft. Phenom"

>>>Download: The Illegal Music II Mixtape



#LGBTRightsGhana: Ghanaians Rally Support For the LGBT+ Community

Pro-LGBT+ advocacy in Ghana is at an all-time high as members of the community face public backlash.

The LGBT+ community in the West African country of Ghana is a fast growing group, but they are also highly marginalized. In recent times, the nation's LGBT+ population has faced increased backlash from members of Ghana's society who are opposed to the rights of the community. Many members of the community are forced to live secret or suppressed lives, as those who are open about their sexuality face discrimination and oppression in various forms and degrees, as a result of living in a society that lacks progressiveness and regard for basic human rights for all individuals regardless of sexual orientation.

At the moment both the backlash and the advocacy for the cause is currently at a climax, sparked by recent events concerning Ghana's LGBT+ support group and the public opposition against it by Ghana's society and the nation's government. Ghana's official LGBT+ support group, called LGBT+ Rights Ghana, established their headquarters in Accra on January 31, 2021. The office was intended to be a safe space and avenue of support for all LGBT+ Ghanaians. On February 24, 2021. the office was shut down by members of Ghana's national security force together with the police, on orders issued by Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo, after the center became the subject of a furious public backlash.

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