The Elizabeth Sey hall week was successfully held over the week with their artists night climaxing a wonderful week of celebration dubbed, Actè.
In as much as we might consistently want to see great performances from our preferred artists who have been paid to engage us, some neglect to satisfy hopes.
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Here are my thoughts on the main performances that took place on the artistes’ night:
Kwaku Smoke – 6.5/10
With the crowd looking uninterested in his performance initially, smoke shook the place with his hit song with the linchpin of Ghana’s rap game, Sarkodie titled ‘Yedin’. His conduct on stage was on point as he enjoyed the performance throughout and is worthy of praise.
Lord Paper- 7/10
The “Awurama” hitmaker had a very decent performance on the night and was enjoyed by all. Paper engaged the crowd more by jumping off stage to sing within the crowed with many enjoying this wonderful act as he sang one of Ghana’s favorite tunes Dzigbordzi.
Kofi Mole – 9/10
The rains started pouring as the show went on and this led to a majority of the crowd moving away from the stage to seek shelter. However, the appearance of Kofi Mole on stage saw a massive roar from the crowd with people running towards the stage in the rain to dance and sing to the songs of Mole. Mole deserved to be our Star of the Night for this concert. He was able to control the crowd that had gone haywire after seeing him on stage. He also performed with some crazy energy even though it was raining he absolutely nailed his performance.
Obviously one of Africa’s greats in Afro dance hall, the Ashaiman man closed the show with a sterling performance and got the crowd wowed throughout and was of no surprise as the crowed screamed throughout his performance. He also has a considerable amount of energy to match up to the occasion and controlled the crowd quite well.
Overall this was a well-organized show by the JCR of Elizabeth Sey Hall. Though the rains caused some nervy moments, the show went on and was a very much-improved concert from last year and managed to wrap up way ahead of time.
Overall ratings 8.5/10
Written by Vinyl Tong