Photos: Guru, Kofi Kinaata, Samini ,Mabel Okyere,Bradez, Ras Kuuku , Mzvee & Others Electrify Patrons At VGMA Nominees Jam In Sunyani

The event saw an appearance of a mammoth crowd who  trooped in to the premises from all corners of the town to witness the historic event.

An implausible stage perfomance was captured by patrons from the Sunyani based artistes who opened up the show at around 8P.M.

The likes of eShun, Cina Soul , AJ Lyrix, Kuami Eugene and CJ who were nominated for the Unsung Category also performed to the gratification of patrons present.

Gospel singer Mabel Okyere moved the crowd with her danceable and captivating stage craft as she sanged and danced along  with the fans who cheered her up.

Ras Kuuku who was the next to entertain the patrons  performed songs like ‘ Ye Tali Mu’ , Gyene,and the popular “Nwansena” single which got fans frenzied as never before.

The “Confession” hitmaker Kofi Kinaata ,Medikal,Bradez,Nacee and  Mzvee didn’t disappoint as usual as they received applause from the patrons at the end of their performances.

Guru is arguably the biggest artiste from the Brong Ahafo Region and he indeed  proved himself right. The fans present seemed to be very familiar with every song the NKZ Music frontliner performed at the event. Popular songs like Amen, Lapaz Toyota, Money Power featuring Shattawale, Samba, Boys ‘Abr3’ and more got patrons crazy as he was mopped by some of the audience after his performance.

‘He who laughs last ,laughs best’. High Grade Family’s spearhead Samini closed the show as he thrilled fans with songs like  Linda, Scatter Badmind,Sweet Mistake and more.
Samini left smiles on the faces of huge number of  patrons who were present at 2A.M. when he was performing and it was quite evident that Samini will leave the audience in nostalgia after the whole event.

In the long run, I can vividly say ,the 2017 edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Award Nominees Jam held in Sunyani, the capital of the Brong Ahafo Region is one of  the most  successful events held so far in Ghana

Article By : Jullie Jay-Kanz

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