‘Tonga’ man Joey B was the first to perform on stage and song after song he got the audience dancing including to his Tonga song.
Dynamic group 4×4 supercharged and rocked the stage with their Baby Dance and other award winning songs. There was no doubt the crowd loved Guru as they sang along his hits Democracy, Kasiebo, Lapaz Toyota, Bonsam Ani, Pooley.
Nigeria’s Davido showed his versatility on stage as he wowed his fans with his Aye song.
He climaxed with the song at this point the DJ’s had to mute the system for fans to take over the song, an indication they were ready for him.
The only female standing MzVee s did a rendition of other female artiste’s songs before finally doing her own, Natural Girl and Boko Boko songs which has won the heart of many.
She raised the image of women in the showbiz fraternity high.
Last but not the least performer Sarkodie took over the stage and did it his own way. Catchy, creativity, confidence name it.
The moment the last man standing Shatta Wale got on stage the whole stadium went agog. He owned the stage charging the crowd to take over his songs.
After shaking the platform with two songs, Sarkodie joined him and they did the highly anticipated song “Dance Hall Commando” song with their Shatta Sark Movement click.