The countdown is on and this year’s Christmas promises to be exceptional for all music lovers as leading Ghanaian event organizers, Charterhouse returns with another exciting night of the annually held
musical concert Ghana Rocks which is scheduled for on December 27th, 2011.
The show is to be headlined by is the British hip hop rapper and songwriter from Tottenham, London currently enjoying worldwide attention. At the age of 20, Chipmunk is already a MOBO winning artiste with chart topping songs including “Champion” featuring Chris Brown and “Take Off” which features Trey Songz.
Ghana Rocks has over the years grown bigger and has witnessed amazing showing from some of the finest acts both local and international. This has seen Ghana Rocks moved to become the perfect choice for young and vibrant music enthusiasts around the country.
The event has been very successful in the past and the organizers have revealed their intention to make this year’s even better than before. Ghana Rocks by far has been associated with the movement of Ghanaian music towards hip hop music.
This year’s event is expected to attract thousands of people around the country to the Dome of the International Conference Center in Accra which is to be set ablaze by a crop of chart topping artistes
from Ghana and the UK.
Also performing on the night will be the UK based Ghanaian musician with currently the banging azonto single, Fuse ODG. To join the performance on the night will be several other top performing Ghanaian
musicians including 4X4, VIP, D Black, Tiffany, Stay Jay and several others.
Ghana Rocks is sponsored by giant telecommunication company, Vodafone with support from the Highgate Hotel in Accra. Tickets are currently selling at Charterhouse and Xmen for GH 50.
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