Mr. Eazi, Bisa K’dei, Kwesi Arthur, Kuami Eugene, Kidi amongst others flabbergasted music enthusiasts who made it to Ghana Party in the Park over the weekend at Trent Park, Cockfosters Road, London Enfield EN4 0DZ, UK. It’s an annual event engineered by Akwaaba UK. Efforts by organisers to bring Ghanaian in the diaspora together through events and cooperate activations is loudly commendable. And yes their aim was proudly achieved. They even expose talents to larger markets.
The likes of kings of the new school, Kwesi Arthur, Kuami Eugene and Kidi grabbed overwhelming attention from the audience, particularly the ladies. No doubt!!! Social media as a universal platform was profitably utilized by fans of various artists to share how they felt about their performance, how much they love their music, admire then and support everything they do.
None of the music maniacs can tergiversate the event was dull. It was on point like laser sparking the fans to switch to hyperactive mood. Because the night was seasoned with good music, delicious Ghanaian dishes, networking, meeting and interacting favorite Ghanaian acts. Especially the new school. Attendance was extremely impressive.
Of cause the likes of modern-day hi-life act Bisa K’dei and ladies man Mr. Eazi were up to the task as usual.They wowed the fans like a jeweler that glittered like his shop. It was superb night mixed with unforgettable memories.
Written by: John Claude Tamakloe (Editor, Beenie Words)
Source: Beenie Words