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YFM thrills Accra with Loud in GH

YFM rocked Accra last Saturday with its maiden ‘Loud in Ghana Concert’, attracting thousands of young and vibrant Ghanaians  to the Dome of the Accra International Conference Center.  The Hiplife concert brought together Ghana’s finest artistes including award-winning Samini, Becca, 5five, Sarkodie, Eazzy, Trigmatic, VIP, Tinny, Richie, D Black, Ayigbe Edem and many others. Together with some of the nation’s finest DJs, DJ Killer Fingers, DJ Champagne and DJ Kess all of YFM, the artistes dazzled the audience with invigorating and exciting performances that left them yearning for more, until the early hours of the next morning.

According to Ms Brooke Nuwati, Corporate Communications Manager of Global Media Alliance, “we were amazed at the turn out. We knew it was going to be a successful event but not to this magnitude, considering the fact that this was our maiden edition. YFM and the entire Global Media Alliance family are happy and gratified. The next edition will be bigger and we may have to look around for a bigger venue to contain the numbers.

Mr. George Brun Station Manager of Y 107.9FM also added that, “we gave Ghanaians a taste of the refreshing Y experience. The Loud in GH concert is part of our Christmas package to our listeners and fans. We brought Ghana alive through good music and performances. We are ready to step up the game as we usher in the New Year. Keep tuned in to Y107.9FM for more pleasant surprises.

Ameyaw Kissi Debrah, known professionally as Ameyaw Debrah, is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.

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  1. pilot

    December 21, 2010 at 11:47 am

    Excellent..This brings us to the point where we ask for investment into building new venues for large gathering. The Zain 026 live proved it. My experience at the Music Video Award just told me that we need a new bigger and modern venue. Ghanaians are willing to pay and would do anything to ensure we lead the entertainment industry in Africa. Crowd control at the Ghana Music Awards this year was a sad story. Maybe problem would be solved if next years event is pegged at GH¢150 per head.Rick Ross would touch down in a couple and am already wondering. Maybe artist managers of the top musicians in bigger industries from the United States take this into consideration and refuse to tour Ghana.big up to Global media Alliance and yfm

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