Palm Media’s highly patronized and one of a kind annual all-female concert, Girl Talk, which started with Becca fell on the deserving arms of Efya, an extraordinary musical talent–who has successfully entertained patrons over the last 3 years.
Now, Efya is Bowing Out and she took to Facebook a few hours ago to announce it.
She wrote: Every Good thing comes to an end they say.. I have had the time of my life bonding with you girls and I will never forget the moments we shared .. you will always be part of my journey.. as it is I must move on and give way to another amazing woman for an unforgettable experience ,hand over the mantle and BOW OUT.”
She continued “I thank u all for the support and love I couldn’t have done it with out amazing, Vitamilk ,production team , director , choreographers , the band the media platforms radio ,print media ,and tv stations,my predecessor Becca the foundation, and you the fans you make it all worth it thank you for 3 years of amazing sold out shows..”
“I will always love you.. Thank You GirlTalk For Believing In Me ,My Craft, My Art .. I Appreciate You All…This is only the Beginning.. We Go Higher .. Efya, Gingam. #efyabowout #girltalk #girltalkworld #vitamilk 27th December it is!!! National theater Accra Ghana 8pm,” she added.
With the upcoming concert being Efya’s last, the most difficult question is; which Ghanaian female artist is capable of being the next headliner for Girl Talk?
The organisers are definitely going to struggle in finding a competitive substitute–and we think that they may have to consider Nigeria for their next headliner.
Vitamilk Girl Talk, the BowOut edition will take place on 27 December 2017, 8PM, at the National Theatre in Accra.