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Producers of the Okyeame Kwame Versatile Show Countdown reality series showed they were full of clever creativity with their episode on Sunday.

Loads of viewers who shared their opinions after watching the episode on twitter, Facebook and the Rap Doctors official website were very thrilled with the packaging of the series so far. In the much talked
about episode, there was the usual recap of past episodes with a neatly fused additions.

Organizers of the event have a running reality series with the aim of giving viewers access into how the show is building up running to the main event at the National Theatre on December 14th. The episodes essentially highlight on the concept of fusing Music, Dance and Theatre on one stage, the life of Okyeame Kwame as well as happenings related to the event.

The themed Okyeame Kwame Versatile Show Countdown reality series took viewers through the selection process of dancers at Legon as well as the inclusion of Prof Nii Yartey of National Dance Company and CEO of Roverman Production, James Ebo Whyte.

We watched as Okyeame Kwame lost his voice after a gig in Tamale, the abrupt departure of Effie of Roverman Production who was in charge of Theatre to Australia, the rehearsal time with Vera of D3, Zapp Mallet, Caroline, Racquel and Kesse.

James Ebo Whyte explained to viewers his”… dying desire to raise creativity. I believe societies are transformed by artiste and creative people. I was wowed by the fact that Okyeame Kwame with the
Versatile Show wants to challenge himself and the status quo. It is my pleasure to invite all and sundry to come and witness these awesome live performances.”

For his part Professor Nii Yartey, a renowned Choreographer sees the Versatile Show as a means to bridge the gap the traditional and modern flavor of entertainment. “It tickles me as a Dance Tutor what
the show sets to achieve and I agreed to be part because I see eye to eye with what Okyeame Kwame sets out to achieve with this fusion,” were Nii Yartey’s final words after revealing to viewers a foretaste
of complex dance formations and moves to expect on event night.

Queci, formally Ded Buddy, a Ghanaian artiste who sojourned to the United Stated rudely interrupted a rehearsal session at Roverman Production on live camera to question why Okyeame Kwame didn’t
include him in the list of performers of the Show at the National Theatre. The two artistes who go way back talked to each other and the Rap Doctor was elated to have his old Ded Buddy’s support.

So in effect Queci would be one of the latest additions to the list of artiste to perform on the night. Stay glued to your favorite tv and radio station as Okyeame Kwame, Roverman Production, One Mic Crew as well as the Dance Instructors get close and with personal with you on the various platforms.

In the meantime fans are required to send OK to MTN short code 1327 and answer a set of questions on Okyeame Kwame. The fan who is able to answer all the questions becomes Okyeame Kwame's Number One Fan, and win loads of prizes which include massage and pedicure for two from Kenzo's Place, Brand New phone from Tecno Phones, MTN airtime, Branded Versatile Show shirts, autographed Okyeame Kwame Versatile show CD. An SMS cost 0.20pesewas.

Okyeame Kwame Versatile Show is sponsored by MTN, supported by Coca Cola, Fiesta Condoms, Roverman Productions, AheadMedia and Tecno and powered by GhOne Entertainment.

Watch the Reality Show on GhOne every Sunday at 3pm and a repeat
on the same channel on Monday 8pm.
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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