amakye dede

HIGHLIFE MUSIC maestro Abrantie Amakye Dede, who is billed to perform in Norway on October 12 and 13, yesterday, told BEATWAVES in a chat that he would give his fans a surprise package and an extraordinary performance at the event dubbed, ?A Night With The Royals.?

Amakye Dede, affectionately called Abrantie or Iron Boy, was one of Ghana?s leading highlife artistes. He was also known as the highlife maestro.

The ace highlife musician, who has achieved so much in the last 30 years of his musical career, has won a number of awards in Ghana, Europe and United States. A few weeks ago, he was honoured at the Legend And Legacy Ball concert held on September 15, at the Accra International Conference Centre.

Abrantie was noted for his unparalleled and irresistible stage presence that got his audience asking for more anytime he performed.

Amakye Dede told BEATWAVES: ?I?m ready to unleash an extraordinary performance on the night; one that my fans have never witnessed before.

Amakye Dede is always Amakye Dede, but this time around I am going to go beyond what I am. I am going to do something different, something extraordinary; something ?seeeerious? so they should come and they will not regret.?

According to organizers of the event, Nordic Ghana Investment Services (NorGhis), Amakye Dede?s show in Norway would be the biggest this year based on reports gathered in Ghana during his recent concert. The legend has promised to prove at the Norway live band show why he was tagged the king of Hi-life.

The organizers disclosed that the event was in two parts; the first event which had the theme: ?The Role of the Diaspora in bridging the socio-economic development gap between country of origin and country of residence? would take place at Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Oslo.

The second event would be a dinner dance and music with highlife music legend, Abrantie Amakye Dede at Ballroom, Oslo.

The event, which would attract personalities like Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, would be emceed by Ghana?s finest on the microphone, Kwesi Kyei Darkwa (KKD).

The event was expected to attract Ghanaians living in and around Europe.

The celebratory concert was also anticipated to be a party which would bring together a large number of Africans.

Source Daily Guide Ghana

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