Shortly after heartwarming videos emerged on the internet depicting the unexpected comeback of formidable group P-Square, the duo has landed their first major gig.
Ghana’s Bisa KDei is equally joining them for as well other heavyweights from across the continent for a music festival in Sierra Leone dubbed EcoFest which is a two-day event slated for the National Stadium in Freetown on November 26-27, 2021.
These top acts are drawn from DR Congo, Ivory Coast, Uganda, Senegal, Guinea, and Kenya would all be present in Freetown for the mega music event.
The music festival themed: “Rejuvenation” returns this year’s after the 2020 event was not staged amid the Coronavirus pandemic which halted many musical shows across the globe.
Organized by Kabaka Entertainment, the “EcoFest” has been attended by people from all walks of lives with some memorable performances over the past years.
The former VGMA Rapper of the Year thanked all the collaborators whose input ensured the birth of his new masterpiece while reminding fans when the album itself drops. M.anifest featured some local and international stars like Vic Mensa, Patoranking, Ladipoe, Adekunle Gold and Tiggs da Author.
“It’s been a painstaking journey moulding these tracks into the beauties they are and stringing them together as one cohesive piece,” Manifest wrote while announcing the good news to music lovers.
“Grateful to all my collaborators for showing up and showing out. Madina To The Universe this Thursday. Love is love.” On the inspiration behind the naming of the album Madina, M.anifest said;
“Madina is my ‘village’ within my city. A formative place for me as a child. Beyond memories it is where my mom and grandma still live, alongside colourful people and places that have shaped the window through which I see the world.”