Efya and Jay Ghartey at the 7th annual New York City African day parade

Jay Ghartey and Afya last weekend represented Ghana at the 7th Annual African Day Parade And Festival held in Harlem-New York. The show which saw thousands of Ghanaians and other Africans based in the New York City gathered in peace parade and street jam.

The parade festival featured two of Ghanaian finest vocalists, Jay Ghartey and Efya who shook the Marcus Garvey Park on last Sunday thrilling the crowd gathered. Jay Ghartey represented Ghana strongly at 7th annual New York City African day parade.

Even though, there was a wrangle in the crowd before Jay Ghartey surprisingly popped onto the stage and performed his Ghana Music Awards’ nominated Afropop song of the year 2012 and international hit, Papa. Immediately after getting the crowd going with his dance moves, he launched his latest hardcore single titled “African Money” which features EL and AJ Omo Alajah
African Money is said to have been loaded with 6 different languages including Yoruba, Twi, Ga and Hausa. Jay Ghartey really did justice to his newly released song on the stage.

He calmed the crowd down and took the show in the right direction.

Efya on the other hand produced an excellent performance with her sexy vocals. Other international acts were present at the show to also showcase their masterpiece. The festival was sponsored by Black Speech Media and a host of other partners. Over all, the festival was a perfect one.

Efya and Jay Ghartey at the 7th annual New York City African day parade

Efya and Jay Ghartey at the 7th annual New York City African day parade

Efya and Jay Ghartey at the 7th annual New York City African day parade

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