MOBO award-winning rapper, Chipmunk will headline this year’s star-studded Ghana Independence celebration at east London hotspot, Troxy on March 6.
Comedians Richard Blackwood, Eddie Kadi and Kojo and are among the names that will join the north-London talent on stage. Rising star, Tinie Tempah will also be performing hit single ‘Pass Out’.
The annual event, now in its 10th year, attracts over 3000 people from around the UK and remains to be London’s most successful and most-attended celebration of the African nation’s independence.
The brainchild of popular Ghanaian DJ, Abrantee (Choice FM) and his powerhouse team, the event promises to be an absolute roadblock, with this year signalling its strongest line up yet.
Top Ghanaian acts V.I.P (I think I like em) and Ruff and Smooth (She Got Swagger) will be flying in especially for the event, which will be filmed for later broadcast on Sky television.
Abrantee said: “This year will mark Ghana’s 53rd year of independence from the United Kingdom and I believe this calls for an extra special celebration. My team and I have pulled out all the stops for this year’s event so that it will suit the musical tastes of all in attendance.
“We’ve got some of the hottest acts from both the UK and Ghana performing on the night. It’s definitely the hottest ticket in town!”