Freedom Concert in review: Samini, others rock patrons on Independence Day
The well-publicized Independence Day concert dubbed, Freedom Concert 2015; which is aimed at celebrating and reliving the joy of Ghana’s 58th Independence came off last Friday, March 6, 2015 at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Kumasi.
The concert saw over 15,000 music fanatics thronged the venue to share in Xpert Consults and Reflects Ghana Limited’s Independence Day celebration.
The Freedom Concert had musicians like Samini, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, Kwabena Kwabena, Kofi Kinanta, Kaakie, Guru, and Kwadwo Nkansah LilWin among others perform on the night.
MCs for the show were DJ Reuben and Anita Kuma of Luv with Andy Dosty as official DJ.
Performances In Review
Starting with the CEO of the BhimNation, Stonebwoy after a number of opening acts, who had celebrated his birthday a day earlier, stunned the crowed with his energetic performance.
He was followed by Kwabena Kwabena, who nearly turned the venue into a worship arena as he did a new version of his ‘Bue Kwan’ song.
One after the other, protégés of the High Grade family; Kofi Kinaata and Kaakie took over to perform their hit singles respectively.
With a lot of fireworks upon his entry, Guru got the crowd supercharged as they sang along his street jammed songs in sequence. He was later joined by Kwadwo Nkansah LilWin.
Ghana’s number one show stopper, Samini, as expected kept the crowd moving throughout his live performances.
The ‘Zongozerr’ singer later made way for Sarkodie whose entry on stage was welcomed by thundering sounds from the various stands.
Performing for the first time, ‘Revenge of the Spartans’; Sarkodie could not hide his joy as patrons at the stadium sung along.
With time far gone, Sarkodie intended ending his at exactly 5:30am, unfortunately the fans who were not pleased with the ‘Koko’ singer’s decision yearned for more.
He however consoled them by performing a new song which will soon be available for download.
Freedom Concert 2015 was organized by Xpert Consults and Reflects Ghana Limited.
Editor’s Note: This is a submitted post.