Ghanaian music legends, Amakye Dede and Kojo Antwi showed their class at the Bayview Village as both performed for a combined time of close to four hours at the 2 Kings live in Concert.
The two co-headlined the maiden edition of the event organized by Bayview Village and powered by 360 productions.
The night began with some powerful performances from the Patchbay band, and turned into a ‘jam’ when Andy Dosty took control of the DJ deck.
He kept the crowd charged up and on their feet, with his selections.
The concert began with ‘Mr. Music man’ Kojo Antwi, who appeared in a white overall for his first song performance.
He went on to perform for close to two hours, taking fans through all his popular catalog.
After him came the show boy himself, Nana Amakye Dede. He also rocked the stage for two hours, getting the crowd on their feet throughout his set.
As with an Amakye Dede set, it came with a lot of high table mentions, and a filled dance floor.
When it felt like Amakye Dede had zapped all the steam from the patrons, then appeared Stonebwoy to close the show as the special guest.
Stonebwoy gave off an electrifying performance that was reciprocated by the teaming fans who rushed in front of the stage to jam with him.
Switching through his reggae numbers to his afrobeats jam, the hour he spent on stage was fire packed.
The show that started from 8pm ended around 3 am and it was worth every minute spent.
Special mention to renowned media personality Abeiku Santana, who hosted the event to perfection with his Charisma and wits.
2 Kings live in concert is an annual concert meant to celebrate legends and I can’t wait till 2021, to have the kind of fun I had at the maiden edition.
Review by Yaw Boadu-Ayeboafoh