The Fantasy Dome of the Accra International Trade Fair Centre,La, Accra was the place to be on Saturday, October 27 when it housed the BF Suma Connect Concert.
It was a fan galore when talented musicians such as Kuami Eugene, KiDi, Shatta Wale, Tiwa Savage, Wendy Shay, Olamide, Adina, Dope Nation and Lemme Gang took turns to wow the audience with their incredible performances.
Nigeria's Tiwa Savage at the BF Suma Connect Concert
The show which had DJ Verusky and DJ Putin handling the turntables started at 9.30 pm with Lemme Gang who warmed the stage for subsequent acts.
Although they are not very popular, they were able to interact with the audience and made good use of the little time allotted them.
Their act was followed by Dope Nation whose stage performance was admired by the crowd. They did songs such as Eish and Ayeyi.
Obviously one of the most sort after musicians in Ghana currently, Kuami Eugene had the best response on the night from patrons who sang and danced along with him.
He performed Angela, Wish Me Well, Confusion, Fadama Boy, Show Dem, Boom Bang Bang and Ebeyeyie.
Kuami Eugene and Wendy Shay
KiDi who is from Lynx Entertainment, the same label as Kuami Eugene followed next and he did not drop the ball. He treated the already excited audience to songs such as Thunder, Odo, Adiepena and Say You Love Me.
The female 'squad' billedd on the concert were also a force to reckon with—Tiwa Savage, Adina and Wendy Shay put up wonderful performances.
Ghanaian songstress, Adina
Nigeria's Olamide blazing hot took possession of the stage and started distributing sizzling fun with song after song from his repertoire such as Wo, Science Student, Bobo, Durosoke among others.
And when it was his turn, self-acclaimed king of Ghana's dancehall music, Shatta Wale made a grand entry surrounded by his Militants.
His appearance was heralded with such loud screams from the audience and Shatta Wale just stood in the middle of the stage soaking in every bit of the euphoria.
As if the screams were his source of energy, the Dancehall Commando singer exploded on stage as he performed Gringo, My Level, Amount, Dancehall King, Hosanna, Thunder Fire, Ayoo, Taking Over among others.
Through out his one hour on stage, there was no dull moment with Shatta Wale who closed the concert on a very high note.
The BF Suma Connect Concert produced by Empire Entertainment marked health products company, BF Suma's 10th anniversary in Ghana.
The BF Suma Connect Concert was well attended
Pictures: BENEDICT OBUOBI