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GHANA MEET NAIJA 2018: PATAPAA RELEASES THE BEAST IN HIM AND EARNS PRAISE AFTER THE CONCERT.

One corner hitmaker Patapaa also knwon as Patapeezy was one of the performers for the just ended Ghana meet Naija concert on the 9th of june 2018.
Patapaa was one artiste who won the admiration of most patrons of this year’s Ghana Meets Naija concert.

 

Patapaa was ushered onto the stage like a king.
He was introduced by a young girl fully clad in a ‘kente’ regalia, who showered him with accolades which got people confused and wondering who was next to perform.
The crowd started wondering when he stepped on stage dressed like a priest with his disciples by his side, holding lanterns.
His energy and charisma on stage saw him through most of his performances even though half of the songs he performed were not popular with the audience.
The crowd enjoyed his performances, gearing up for his most popular song ‘One Corner’ and Guilty Beatz’s ‘Akwaaba’ which he featured on together with Mr. Eazi and Pappy Kojo.
He shut it down when he got into a full beast mode when he took off his shirt a exhibited his dance moves which took the crowd into a state of complete euphoria.
Patapeezy really had a good time on stage which his 15 minutes performance was too short for the audience because the crowd wanted more of patapeezy after he was done.
After the show social media has been buzzing with a lot of praise for him.
The Chief Executive Officer of Empire Entertainment, organisers of the show, Bola Ray took to Twitter to commend the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker.
“Thank you @patapaa_amisty. The Patapeezy fans must be proud. What a night this young man had! #GhanaMeetsNaija18,” he wrote.
Ghana meets Naija has been in existence for the past eight years.
It has featured artistes from Ghana and Nigeria with the aim of seeking which country has the stagecraft to keep the crowding going.
Ghana Meets Naija is also a platform where musicians in Ghana and Nigeria build a relationship to grow the music industry of Africa as a whole.

Source: citinews.

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