From Tema in Ghana, the world has come to appreciate great tunes churned out with the real African flavor undoubtedly. That journey has been by no mere coincidence as it has been through the rough edges and through the proverbial valley of the shadow of death.
Last Tuesday at the Hope City concert at the Ohene Djan sports stadium, the current best group in Ghana-R2bees, did rock the stage and made sure that they left no stone unturned.
With an exceptional performance, all mouths have been left agape to believing that the duo of Padea and Mugeez are just that ‘perfect’ match of our era.
The multiple hit crew uncontrolled pumping of hit songs at the venue kept the crowd jumping and asking for more as they delivered with swag every hit songs as the electrified sang along line after line.
The ‘Walaahi’ hit makers though had technical challenges and hard pressed for time due to the packed schedule for the night were on top of their mark, communicating with the audience and getting them involved at every step of their performance.
The duo who have been under the spotlight for their performance gave the indication of what to expect from them in 2013.They performed super hits including ‘Walaahi’, ‘Agyei’, ‘Odo’, ‘Bayla Trap’ and the surprise ‘Ayi’ single by Criss Waddle a member of the big R2bees family.
The Hope City concert was organised by Charter house under the auspices of rLG to mark the 56th independence celebration of the republic of Ghana and also to mark the successful launching of the Hope City $10 million infrastructure project.
Watch R2bees with Criss Waddle rocking the ‘Ayi’ song.
Source: Kojo Smith