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Encore for Obrafour and TH4Kwages

All but two acts who performed at the maiden edition of the Back In The Day concertlast year will not mount the stage at the second edition which comes off on December 6 at the Accra International Conference Centre.

According to Mr. Kwabena Anokye Adisi aka Bola Ray, CEO of Empire Entertainment, organisers of the concert, the two acts, Obrafour and the duo, TH4kwages have been invited back due to popular request.
“After a research by my team, TH4Kwages and Obrafuor’s names kept coming up as artistes patrons would love to see again on stage. Obviously the two impressed the audience so we decided to bring them back this year..
“We don’t want to disclose what we have but there would be a lot of surprises on the night. Patrons should expect a wonderful show. We can confidently say that apart from Obrafour and TH4Kwages who are on board this year, no other artiste who performed last year will be performing this year.”
Obrafour is by all standard one of the best hiplife musicians in the country. His songsKwame Nkrumah, Pae Mu Ka, Yaanom, Aden, Agoro No Aso and Kokonsa still remain on the lips of many Ghanaians. Back in the day, TH4Kwages reigned the music scene with songs like Nana  Esi, Meye Aware, Kwakhemu among others.TH4KwagesTH4KwagesTH4Kwages
This year, Grammy Award-winning American hip hop trio, Naughty By Nature will be the headline artiste. The group's first hit O.P.P. which sampled the Jackson 5's hit ABC and was released in 1991 on their self-titled album Naughty by Nature. The group is also known for other songs like Hip Hop Hoorayand Feel Me Flow.    
Emcee for the night is  the Grandpapa of Hiplife, Reggie Rockstone who paved the way for hiplife hits such as Eye Mo De, Keep Your Eyes On The Road, Sweetie Sweetie, Tsoo Boi, Nightlife in Accra and Agoo.
Rockstone told Showbiz that although he will steer affairs on the night, he will still drop  a few hit songs.
The Back In The Day Concert which started last year seeks to bring back to life and celebrate the great music of the past decade, artistes and sound engineers who made it possible.
The first edition of the Back In The day saw performances from artistes such as Tic Tac, Abrewa Nana, Dogo, Chicago, Ex-Doe, Sony Achiba, Ded Buddy and  VIP.
The rest were Keteke, Native Funk Lords, Obrafour, T-Blaze, Slim Busterr, TH4Kwages, Joe Frazier, Akatakyie, Kontihene and Lord Kenya.

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