African Legends Night patrons yearn for more

African Legends Night patrons yearn for more

● Samini in his element

It Was An Ecstatic Atmosphere At The Grand Arena Auditorium At The Accra International Conference Centre, When Four Big Wigs In Gha­na Music Took Their Turn On The Big Stage To Enthrall Patrons At The 10th Edition Of The African Legends Night Held Last Friday.

Not Even The Friday Night Rains Could Deter Patrons From Taking Part In A Moment Which Would Be Etched In The Annals Of Ghana’s Music, As Many Revellers Thronged The Audi­torium To Enjoy Authentic Ghanaian Music.

This Year’s Edition Which Was The First Time The Show Was Held In December Saw Ghanaian Music Diva, Efya, Open The Show With Breathtak­ing Performance.

Clad In A Long Lemon Green Dress, Efya Dished Out Some Amazing Songs From Her Repertoire To The Admiration Of The Crowd.

The Fun Was Taken To Another Lev­el, When Rex Owusu Marfo, Affection­ately Called Rex Omar, Surprisingly Entered With The Song Described By Many As Gospel Jama, Titled ‘Maba’ Which Got People On Their Feet In The Auditorium.

He Went Further To Entertain Patrons With Songs Like Abiba, Obi Do Ba, Daada Di Da, Dangerous Among Other Powerful Songs.

The African Dancehall King, Sami­ni, Took His Turn To Compound The Excitement As He Got The Crowd To Be On Their Feet Throughout And To Sing Along Most Of His Hit Songs From His Catalogue.

The Serious Man, Abrantie Amakye Dede, One Of Ghana’s Iconic And Dec­orated Musicians, Had His Turn, And As Always, He Switched The Excitement To A Notch Higher.

At The End Of The Show, Many Patrons Called For A Part Two Of The Show To Seal Christmas And Expressed Appreciation To Organisers For Giving Them Value For Money.

According To Them, The Artistes Lived Up To The Billing With Wonderful Display To Make The 10th Edition A Memorable One.

Since Its Inception, The Event Has Celebrated Music Legends On The African Continent Including Hugh Masekela, Daddy Lumba, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Kojo Antwi, Femi Kuti, Amakye Dede, Kanda Bongoman, Awilo Longomba, George Darko, Ofie Kudjo, Freddie Meiway, Ben Brako, Gyedu Blay Ambulley, Samini, Nana Tuffuor, Akosua Adjepong, Amand­zeba, 2Face Idibia, Nat Brew, Ackah Blay, Among Many Others.

By Edem Mensah-Tsotorme

Google+ Linkedin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *