28th December 2018 saw two squads gathered at the two separate events where the two giant reggae-dancehall artistes -Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale – held to end 2018 on a good note.
Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign Thanksgiving’ Concert, a complimentary event held at the Mantse Agbona was well attended by loyal Shatta Movement (SM) fans.
Stonebwoy’s concert, dubbed ‘Fill the Dome’, generated expectations and hype among fans of the dancehall artiste and reggae lovers in general.
Bhim Concert held at the Trade Fair Centre, La night witnessed tall list of artistes in Ghana(Consolidated Musicians) billed to thrill patrons on the night; Samini, Sarkodie, Sista Afia, Trigmatic, VVIP, Morgan Heritage, Kidi, Joey B, MDK, Edem, Dope Nation, Kwesi Slay, Kwesi Arthur, many others gave their best with top-notch performances.
Ghana’s finest host, Kofi Okyere Darko was the referee for the BHIM Concert and was in his best element thrilling the audience with some freestyle performances.
Footballers weren’t left out as Emmanuel Adebayor and Asamoah Gyan joined Stonebwoy on stage, entertaining music lovers amidst cheers.
Stonebwoy was gifted $50,000 during his successful 2018 Bhim concert – something some SM fans call a fake stunt.
Alhaji Abdul Salamu Amadu handed the money to the ‘Most Original’ artiste on stage at the Fantasy Dome early Saturday morning during a short performance break.
Amadu, a long time fan of the artiste commended him for putting up a successful show , and described it as an example of how shows should be organized.
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Shatta Wale’s Thanksgiving Concert was held to appreciate God for the year and repay his fans for their loyalty.
Fans who trooped to Mantse Agbona at James Town for the programme had to endure frequent interruptions to the performances due to sound hitches.
But in all the Thanksgiving Concert was successful with Afia Schwarzenegger hosting the show.
Medikal, Feli Nuna, Kofi Mole, and many others performed at the event.
Patrons could not hold themselves but to applaud and jam along as their favourite artists perform.