BF SUMA GHANA Connect, held at the Fantasy Dome in Accra and powered by Empire, came off to a teeming audience over last Saturday.
YBNL’s Olamide, among headlining acts on the night, declared Shatta Wale as “the biggest export out of Ghana,” during his set, before inviting him onstage for a performance of their party collaboration, “Wonders.”
29, Olamide, who has 7 albums to his credit, and has been instrumental in the careers of Victoh, Adekule Gold, Lil Kesh, Picazo, Davolee, among others, also iterated that he’s the “Kakai” man’s biggest fan.
The concert, which took the format of the Ghana Meets Naija show, also witnessed sets by other top-tier West African acts consisting Tiwa Savage, Adina, Wendy Shay, KiDi, Kuami Eugene, MzVee, La Même Gang, and Dope Nation.
Hosted by broadcaster Giovani Caleb and Kojo Manuel, the concert was held to mark BF SUMA’s decade-long impact in Africa.
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