The night began with a couple of dj sets belting out favorite Ghanaian music from Highlife to Azonto and dance moves and competitions by some in the crowd. By the time M.anifest hit the stage, fans’ appetite had been whetted. M.anifest, the man affectionately known as M dɔdɔdɔ ti dɔ, graced the stage to loud screams and appreciation from his Madina fans for whom he threw this concert to say thank you to. The energy and euphoria soared as he kept introducing guest artist after guest artist who blessed the block party held on the eve of Republic Day. After performing a couple of his tracks, M.anifest introduced the dapper dressed Asem. Not missing a beat, Asem launched into his ‘Wasted’ track. Intoxicated by it all, the rapper went from the stage and into the arms of his adoring fans. The crowd’s energy would most certainly have carried him throughout the night but he reluctantly exited the stage by singing his hit ‘bye bye’ to the crowd. M.anifest took the stage again, performing songs with C-Real and Lyrical Wanzam whose tongue twisting and lyrical dexterity brought the crowd to more intense cheer. It took Chemphe’s vibes and R&B cool to even out the energy which even the outdoor venue could not contain. Swag Society also graced their stage with their unique sounds. Gemini took the stage to a rapturous welcome performing his hit track “Don’t do” among others. Edem ‘Go Get Em’ literally shut down the street. When he was announced and mounted the stage, there was such anticipation and urge by the crowd. With mic in hand, pose intact, the crowd reached a crescendo with his call and response. ‘Ayyyoooooo’ was the call akin to a wolfpack. Like a pack of Wolves though the crowd was hungry for more. He thrilled with Heyba, and other big tunes, cementing his status as a bonafide crowd puller and favorite. Guru was a surprise guest and with his current “AL Kayida” hit making the rounds the crowd could not help themselves. With a moving rendition of his award-winning “Makaa Maka”, Manifest bade farewell to the adoring mass by expressing his heartfelt thanks. Pictures are worth a thousand words though. Check out the gallery of photos Photographer Rodney Quarcoo of RQV studios as they best illustrate the epic block party in Madina. The event was produced by TTD Media and Event EXP Pro. MORE PHOTOS HERE]]>
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