The Ghana Meets Naija has been known to be a musical concert showcasing musical talents from both Ghana and Nigeria; this year however, organizers, Empire Entertainment in a quest to include all facets of the music industry have revealed plans for a battle between the biggest DJs from both countries on the night.
The showdown which is being termed as a Turntable-ist Battle Royale is set to go down between Nigeria’s highest rated DJ, mixtape specialist and Naeto C’s official disc jockey, DJ Neptune and Ghana’s finest DJ and Sarkodie’s official disc jockey, DJ Mensah.
This would be the first time; deejays from both countries are being pitched against each other and its set to become an exciting part of the show set for the Dome on the 30th of June 2012.
Meanwhile both deejays are prepping for a major showdown with DJ Neptune, revealing that in the coming weeks he would be releasing a special Ghana Meets Naija mixtape Vol.1 to prep music lovers ahead of the phenomenal clash at the Dome.
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