Bola Ray’s Empire Entertainment is set to launch the third edition of Ghana’s biggest musical concert, the “Ghana Meets Naija” concert on the May 22, 2013.
As has become synonymous with the mega-concert, all pre-event activities are rolled after the official launch event which also serves as a platform for organizers to interact with media personnel and provide all the necessary information concerning the event.
Following in last year’s overwhelming success and the remarkable growth of the “Ghana Meets Naija” brand over the last 2 editions, anticipation is naturally rife amongst industry players and rave folks alike as the 29th June date draws closer.
As with previous years, the rumor mill has already been inundated with numerous predictions with regards to which Ghanaian and Nigerian artistes may have endeared themselves enough to fans in both countries over the last year, to merit being given the honor of performing on the prestigious “Ghana Meets Naija” platform.
So far, only fast-rising Nigerian act, Burna Boy, who took over the nightlife scene in GH and Naija with his two hit singles, “Like to Party” and “Tonight” has been officially confirmed to be performing this year, according to the event’s social media pages. [http://www.facebook.com/GhMeetsNaija?fref=ts] [http://www.facebook.com/MTNGH?fref=ts]
According to a release signed by Empire Entertainment’s Public Relations Manager, Derick Addai, the full list of performing artistes will be unveiled at the official launch event set for 22nd May, 2013. Also to be unveiled at the event will be the numerous exciting packages put together by the event’s corporate partners MTN and RLG, for music lovers across the country as part of this year’s event.
The ‘Ghana Meets Naija’ concert is largely regarded by many music lovers as a musical showdown of sorts to establish supremacy between two countries whose musical trends have continuously influenced and rivaled each other in every way.
Organizers have however consistently maintained that concert is aimed at celebrating what the two countries have in common as sister countries and not a battle for musical supremacy.
The Ghana Meets Naija concert is brought to you by MTN and RLG with support from Hennessey.
It is powered by Empire Entertainment and Media GH.