Last Saturday, Ghanaian musician Becca celebrated a decade in the music industry by holding a historical concert at the National Theatre under the auspices of her record label, Zylofon Media.
On the night, there were no dull moments due to how the artistes both from Ghana and Nigeria billed to perform were entertaining the audience,who came in their numbers to show their support to the amazing singer and performer.
The show commenced with a beautiful display from Lamisi, and then the Lynx Entertainment signed artistes;MzVee, Kidi and Kuami Eugene who took over and titillated patrons.
One of the most exciting moments on the night was when gospel artiste Joyce Blessing came on stage. She was a delight to watch at the concert as she treated Patrons to an awesome performance last Saturday.
Joyce Blessing who dressed in a white and gold attire perfectly rocked the show to the satisfaction of all as she performed ’’You Raised Me Up”, Heavy Price” and MonkoMoakyi.
Joyce Blessing got dignitaries like the former First Lady of Ghana Nana KonaduAgyeman Rawlings, Nana Adwoa Awindor, Stacy Amoateng, Victoria Michaels and many others yearning for more of her energetic performance when she performed high life legendary AmakyeDede’s ” Nyame Nhyira Wo”.
Patrons saw electrifying and energetic performance from the multiple award winning gospel artiste who was adjudged best performer by all and sundry in the auditorium.
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