BBNZ Live frontmen, Ko-Jo Cue and Shaker, last Saturday, made Ghana proud when they performed at Nigeria’s biggest music festival; the Gidi Culture Festival.

The duo, known for their monster hit. Pen & Paper, joined Nigeria’s Afro-Dancehall act, Patoranking, to perform their hit single “Jama,” originally owned by DJ Mic Smith.

Among the several acts who performed at the 6th edition of the annual music, food, art, games festival were  Niniola, Teni, DJ Neptune, Johannesburg-based artist Moonchild Sanelly, Ogranya, Boogey, Mo’ Believe, Tems, Mich Straaw, Blaqbonez and Dami Oniru, DJ Cuppy.

The Gidi Culture Festival is a celebration of the progression of urban youth culture expressed through music, art food & games. Last year saw the rise of the Gidi Tribe and this year, in the spirit of empowering the tribe, the 2019 theme was  “Your Voice, Your Choice”.

The Gidi Tribe represents the new African generation that refuses to be defeated or defined by their circumstances. It’s an emergence of young determined individuals coming together to push the boundaries and rewriting the status quo.

Watch their performance below:

Had a great time in Lagos over the weekend … The homie @patorankingfire put us on at GidiFest and showed us an all around good time in Lagos … Shoutout to @godfathervee_ @mastergarzy and the whole team … And to @bbnzlive for making it possible. ? @akwadaa.nyame

A post shared by Ko-Jo Cue (@kojo_cue) on Apr 23, 2019 at 12:57pm PDT

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