Okyeame Kwame ‘strips’ in concert tomorrow

Celebrated hiplife artiste Okyeame Kwame, is assembling an array of top Ghanaian musicians at the +233 Jazz Bar & Grill in Accra for the third edition of OK Stripped Concert.

Kuami Eugene, who won Highlife Artiste and Best New Artiste awards at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards will be performing alongside Kidi whose song ‘Odo’ was also adjudged the ‘Highlife Song of the Year’ at the awards.

The Best Female Vocalist of Year, Adina will serenade patrons with her velvety voice. Other artistes to perform are the queen of Afro-Pop, Mzvee, Irene Logan and Abochi who featured on Okyeame Kwame’s ‘Hallelujah.’

OK STRIPPED is organised yearly by Okyeame Kwame at the popular +233 Jazz & Grill Bar in Accra.

It is a night of exciting live band presentation where Kwame, supported by his musician friends and the Patch Bay Band entertain music patrons.

A unique feature of the event is how the Rap Dacta breaks some of his own rules and subjects himself to the ‘interrogation’ of his audiences.

Weaving interactions into his musical performances, Okyeame avails himself to be questioned by his audiences, whilst they also request for their favourite songs to be played.

“This is the only event amongst all my shows where I engage my audience at the most interactive level, and allow them to ask me anything they want to know about me!” he said.

Part of the event, he added, is “when I allow my fans to request for their favourite songs and I play it for them.”

Tickets are selling for GHc 100.

By: Kwame Dadzie/citinewsroom.com/Ghana

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