The whole Hip Life genre started and gained grounds with pioneers like Sony Achiba steering affairs with their unique styles and twists…
From the look of things, Bola Ray’s Empire Entertainment and MediaGh are putting us in a time travel machine to when it all started. Would you not love to see how it all began, listen to those classic songs being performed by the artistes who defined the Hiplife that we celebrate and enjoy today?
After over a decade of absence on Ghana’s musical stage, Sony Achiba will mount the stage of the Dome of the Accra International Conference Centre on September 21 at the ‘Back In The Day’ concert to perform the classic songs that paved the way for us…
The ‘Back In The Day’ concert will bring together legendary musicians like Reggie Rockstone, the Grand papa of hiplife, Obrafour, NFL, T-Blaze, NFL, Akatakyie, Akyeame, Slim Busterr, VIP, TH 4 Kwages, Samini (Batman), Tic Tac, Ex-Doe and a host of others …
The grand musical concert will be climaxed by awarding/celebrating ace producer-Da Hammer of the Last Two and Reggie Osei Rockstone for their immense contributions to the Hiplife genre and Ghana music as a whole.
As the artiste list keeps increasing, Ded Buddy, now known as Qweci is confirmed to have landed in Ghana and will be performing at the event…
Tickets to the concert are selling at GHC50 regular and GHC100 for VIP. You can grab a ticket at Joy Fm, Koala, SilverBird Cinema, RLG Offices, Airport Shell and Empire Entertainment office…
Alternatively, you can enter our competition to win a free ticket…CLICK HERE
Redefining Hiplife with the ‘Back In The Day’ concert…Do not miss it!
Check out some of Sony Achiba’s great tunes below
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