Dancehall artiste, Samini surprised patrons of MTN Pulse Turn Up as he ended his performance with a remix of his perceived ‘rival’ Shatta Wale’s banger, ‘Kakai’.
The second edition of Freedom Concert held back to back from Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Saturday ended on Sunday at Accra at the Labadi beach.
The organizers of the show had some few technical challenges with sounds and lights before commencement of the show.
The show finally started at exactly 10: 30pm and ended at 3:20am. The Labadi beach was filled to it capacity as fans witnessed sterling performances from, Assase Aban, Praye, Samini, Shatta Wale, Kwaw, Lil Wayne, Obrafour and scores of other artistes billed for the show.
First Artistes on the bill was Assase Aban, as they thrilled their fans with scores of their music, when the fans heard their latest single dubbed ‘Red’ which featured Gasmilla they dance to the tune.
Praye on stage promised to introduce their new member which news circulating on Zionfelix.com had it that Andy Dosty was their official member of the group but gave fans what they missed during their hey days.
Ghana Rap sofo) Obrafour mounted the stage with white top and brown rocking army look-like trouser with his Reebok foot as he treat fans with his latest trending singles; Nkontompo and many more opportunities were given to fans to perform his hit Kaseibo which featured Guru and fans did awesomely.
Kwaw Kese, on the night gave his insane energy to fans as he mount the stage with his latest dance tutorial christened Abodam dance which saw him throw his hands back with his body move dance.
Born Kwadwo Nkansah aka Lil win, gave a 45 mintues of fully packed energy with a well-rehearsed chorography with his dancers as they thrilled fans and also had to share money to the fans.
Tic Tac on the night came onto the stage with Twoo Thoozin as they thrilled fans with acrobat skills.
Samini with his patch bay band gave authentic performance as fans who wanted him off the stage finally enjoyed his performance with his rich music and back to back hit smash.
The man which had fans voyage all the way from their residents finally saw the dancehall king, the Mahama paper hit maker Shatta Wale, as he dazzled fans.
Shatta performed on stage after gracing scores of show over the weekend which saw the maker his signature tired and needed rest.
According to him, “I have performed on stage and I have a show to perform at the Volta since you fans can sing my songs I think I need a fan to represent me at Volta Region, he jokingly said”.