Kinaata, Ambolley in Bronya Experience at +233
We are counting down the days to Christmas and no event seems to beckon us more warmly to the excitement of the occasion than the ‘Bronya Experience With the Western Showboys’ concert slated for 7.30pm on Friday, December 23 at the +233 Jazz Bar and Grill in Accra.
The headline acts are Kofi Kinaata and Gyedu Blay Ambolley.
They are proud sons of the Western Region with loads of delights in their respective repertoires so there will certainly be a lot of feel-good sounds on the night.
Kofi Kinaata is one of the best-loved performers on the Ghanaian scene at the moment. The smart young man from Takoradi is hailed for his lyrical dexterity. He amazes everyone with his exquisite Fante rap and ensures everyone has something to dance to or think about or simply lose themselves in.
Kinaata’s well-received songs which include Made In Taadi, Susuka, Confession, Time No Dey , Malafaka, Things Fall Apart, The Whole Show, Thy Grace (Parts I & II) Have Mercy, Wo Pre, Everyday and more, easily show the sort of consistent hit-maker he is.
Ambolley grew up and developed his unique Simigwa rap and dance on the famous 11th Street at Asamansudo in Sekondi.
He has since become a well-travelled musician with regular gigs in Europe, Canada, United States and West Africa. His music that vibrates with danceable grooves, has been captured on several albums.
Also on the bill at the ‘Bronya Experience’ are special guests, MzVee and Cina Soul. They are young women with styles of their own that hold attention wherever they perform. They have several head-bopping and feet-tapping tracks clothed in catchy rhythms.
With hits like Natural Girl, Sing My Name, Bend Down, Borkor Borkor, Dancehall Queen, Come See My Moda, Inveencible, All of Me and Something on her plate, MzVee has more than proved to be a singer worth catching live.
Cina Soul has also proved what a talented lady she is with Julor, Lolonye, Ojorley, Feelings, Killi Mi, Die For You, Adukwei and others.
This year has definitely showered us with some hard economic times that has left many both uncertain and still hopeful of the future. It is always better to embrace the positive so come let’s groove to some Western delights and sultry renditions at the ‘Bronya Experience’ and move forward with renewed vim