Epixode’s first “Lamajo” music festival, held at the Alliance Francaise on Thursday night, had a star-studded performer line-up, making it a thrilling evening of classical music.
Award-winning reggae and dancehall performer Stonebwoy unexpectedly appeared on stage while performing harsh Ghanaian rhythms, despite not being on the festival’s lineup of artists.
For a remarkable live band performance in front of hundreds of people at the Alliance Francaise, Stonebwoy was joined on stage by Edem and Epixode.
Epixode, the festival’s opening act, also gave a magnificent performance of popular songs including “Atia,” “Wahala Dey,” and “Body Body,” among others.
Epixode was appreciative of his entourage’s attendance at his debut concert, which he had been looking forward to since the beginning of his career, as he sang.
Abiana, Dela Abotri, Mr. Drew, Trigmatic, Article Wan, Worlasi, and Amerado were among the other Ghanaian performers who took the stage and wowed the audience with their live band skills.
To be a yearly festival, “Lamajo” means “Sing and Let Me Dance” in English and it aims to promote Ghanaian music.