THIS YEAR’s edition of the ever-popular Back in the Day musical concert will take place in September at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).
Unlike previous ones, this event is aimed at taking Ghanaian music to another level. It promises to shake the venue with live performances from god fathers of hiplife music.
The annual concert which started two years ago is being organised by Empire Entertainment to celebrate some of the 1990s great artistes and tunes.
It would give Ghanaian music lovers the unique opportunity to relive the glorious days of a young but vibrant hiplife music genre.
Over 10 hiplife artistes who made a huge impact in the 90s with great hiplife tunes would grace the stage this year to bring back the hiplife memories.
Last year’s concert witnessed performances by Ghanaian superstars like T-Blaze, TH4Quages, Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour, Naughty By Nature from the States, among others.
Last two year’s concert which was the maiden edition witnessed performances by Ghanaian superstars like Vision In Progress (VIP), Tic Tac, Abrewa Nana, Dogo, Chicago, Ex-Doe, Sony Achiba and Ded Buddy.
The rest were Keteke, Native Funcky Lords, Obrafour, T-Blaze, Slim Busterr, TH4Kuages, Joe Frazier, Akatakyie, Kontihene, Lord Kenya and a host of others.
This year’s event, according to the organisers, is all about remembering the good old days of hiplife and the forms of music that shaped the genre into what it is today.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Empire Entertainment, Bola Ray, disclosed that the list of the artistes billed to perform on the show would soon be made public.
He stressed that all the artistes billed to perform at the show would leave no stone unturned in their bid to make the show grand, adding that they would turn the venue upside down with extraordinary performances.
He, however, assured music fans that AICC, which is the venue for the event, is expected to be filled with expectant music lovers who would witness the best from the carefully selected artistes whose live musical performances over the years have held many audiences, home and abroad, spellbound.
By George Clifford Owusu
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