It was an electrifying atmosphere, when the Rap Dacta and his friends treated fans to intimate, yet energetic live band performances, at the just ended “Okyeame Kwame Stripped” concert, which came off at the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill.
The highly interactive event, which saw the hiplife artiste answer questions about his life, music, hair-cut, and love life, opened with Okyeame Kwame performing one of the hits off his ‘Versatile Show’ album, Mr. Versatile, and subsequently dazzled fans with Okyeame Kwame classics like ‘Woara’, ‘Faithful’, ‘Sika’, ‘Anaa’, ‘Woso’, ‘Tintinto, ‘Temase’, ‘Medo Mmaa’, ‘White Wedding’ (performed with Efya), and a host of others.
With sounds from Patch Bay Band keeping the fans on their feet for almost the entire duration of the show, Efya, Kodi, Flowking Stone, spoken word artiste; Kwaku Rhyme-Sony, Poet; LeGrand Ransford Yartel Asibu, and Tijani also took turns to dazzle the audience with startling performances.
Akoto-Boateng and Lawyer Paa Ekow also drove the crowd wild when they upstaged Okyeame Kwame on the night. The duo hijacked the rapper’s microphone and performed ‘Masan Aba’, a 1999 hit from Akyeame days.
The venue became even more charged when Legendary Afro-pop and Jazz musician, Rex Omar, stormed the stage with ‘Abiba’, and ‘Dada Di Da’.
The highly enthralling night was capped off with the video premiere of ‘Meretwen Wo’, a song which talks about the basic things some young men do while preparing for the arrival of a lover.
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