Bit by bit, it is establishing itself as one of the biggest concerts not only in Ghana but the whole of West Africa. This years edition of Ghana Meets Naija brought together the crème de la crème on the Nigerian music scene who squared it up with their counterparts from Ghana the host nation.
Ghanas best female rapper, Boss Chick Lousika not only did she shake the stage with her two hit tracks Take Over and Hands Up, but she dished out a great performance to her fans who were actually yelling for more.
The Boss Chick who has hit in the limelight in this short time with the help of 2131RECORDS was astonished to hear her fans sing along her hit tracks Take Over and Hands Up last Saturday at the Dome.
I was amazed to hear almost everyone at the Dome sing along with me. This shows how much more effort my management (2131RECORDS) has put in since the release of the two singles, she said.
According to the sensational female rapper, despite her slip onstage during the performance, she did not give up but rather impressed music loving fans with a brilliant performance.
She added that she is not worried about videos circulating on social networks.
I have seen great artistes just like me fall off international stages, so i'm not worried at all. Believe me, I also personally tweet the phone captured video on my account and it was fun, she said.
The second edition of the Ghana Meets Naija Concert truly lived up to its billing as the finest acts from Ghana and Nigeria left the fans that gathered at the Dome yelling for more.
The rising part of Lousikas fall at the just ended concert is that, she will be releasing a hit single with Ghanas BET AWARD WINNER SARKODIE soon .WATCHOUT!!!
Watch the video of how Lousika fell on stage below:
Source: King Edward Ambrose Addo/2131Records/Ghana
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