Naughty By Nature

Naughty By Nature

The Accra International Conference Centre was set ablaze last Saturday, December 6, when patrons who attended the much hyped musical concert dubbed, ?Back in the Day?,  abandoned their seats and danced the night away.

The event, which was organised by Empire Entertainment, kicked off on a promising note, shaking the auditorium with dazzling performances from American legend hip-hop group, Naughty By Nature and some of Ghana?s finest hiplife artistes.

The event also witnessed performances from stars like TH4 Kwages, T-Blaze, Obrafour and Reggie Rockstone.

It was a gigantic party and music fans boogied the night away amid loud cheers and applause. At a point, the auditorium of the Conference Centre was transformed into a night club with everyone dancing and singing when Naughty By Nature mounted the stage to perform.

Members of the group who were dynamic on stage were able to thrill music fans to their satisfaction. Their performance was a blast; the songs they performed were all that was needed to make a statement about the quality of their songs.

Their performance on stage attracted the attention of all the music fans present, especially the ladies, who remained on their feet dancing. They were fantastic. They took everybody by surprise and their ability to pull and control the crowd was at play, and so were their amazing hip-hop dance steps.

Fans were also tickled by extraordinary performances from the Ghanaian acts Reggie Rockstone and Obrafour, whose act made the show even more exciting. They set the auditorium on fire with their stagecraft and unique style of delivery.

Their delivery was extraordinary as music fans stood on their feet dancing throughout their performance on stage, and apart from exhibiting their usual vocal ability and dance skills, the two got the entire fans singing along.

TH4 Kwages and T-Blaze also put up a spirited performance as always, with an intricate stagecraft. They did not disappoint the fans, as they thrilled them with some of their hit songs.

By George Clifford Owusu


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