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Shatta Wale, Militantz, Kiyo Dee, Tulenkey and more enthralled patrons at Central University SRC “LXG Artiste Night”

Follow @eventlabgh < There was superabundance of boisterous animal spirit from the crowd last Saturday night at Central University. It...

By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at March 28, 2019


There was superabundance of boisterous animal spirit from the crowd last Saturday night at Central University. It was a reasonable place to gas up excitement and socialize. As part of their SRC week celebration, patrons were enthralled with “LXG Artiste Night” where Shatta Movement boss Shatta Wale was the headlining act. Supported by Kiyo Dee, Militantz, Tulenkey, King Virgin, Kwesi Mafia, Makini & Scientist, Ezadus, D.O.S, and many more.


The SRC committee churn out a charming air of vigor and vitality to both students and non – students from Prampram and its environs to witness one of the best artiste night in the history of the SRC. Under normal circumstance after Shatta Wale performs, the show is done due to his competitive advantage stemming from his huge fan base. But the narrative was different on the night.


Watch Shatta Wale’s full performance :


After close to 40 minutes of powerful performance from the Shatta Movement boss and his Militanz, fans were still in anticipation to see Kiyo, Tulenkey and other acts who had not yet performed. Hence they had no option than to wait. It was a whole new experience and record for the brand Kiyo and every act who came after Shatta.


Kiyo Dee performed “Spintex” as his opening act. All of a sudden, uncontrollable outburst of feelings was expressed when he performed “Closer”. Both songs are singles off his second studio album Free Books Sold : Neptune Panthera.


Watch Kiyo’s full performance :



In a tone of amusing surprise, Kiyo has in his good books a swaggering air of braggadocio for being able to absorb the same crowd as Shatta Wale. The reaction was wild, artists and fans interaction was just a moment to capture.


Written by: John Claude Tamakloe.



Source: Beenie Words

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