Music group, Rock City, based in the Upper East Region of Ghana succeeded in pulling a mammoth crowd to its much anticipated “Saglɛ Concert” for the first time in the history of the music industry in the region, during the festive season.

The “Saglɛ Concert” is organized annually by Rock City to thrill fans who are affectionately called “Rockcityzens” with their lyrically rich musical prowess in their hometown, Bongo. However, after conquering its home territories, the show was moved to the Bolgatanga Sports Stadium to honor their fan base(Rockcityzens) in the entire region and to also collaborate with other Artistes in the Northern part of Ghana to display their talents.

The “Saglɛ Concert” had top Artistes coming from Wa in the Upper West Region and Tamale in the Northern Region. They included as Gameboy, Double Tee, Shaphanini, Flair Bee. Top artistes from Bolgatanga included B-wayne, Nabawan, Sarauta, Ras Worms etc.

The “Beer” hit song Group did not disappoint the Rockcityzens again as they mounted the best stage so far in any organized show in the region is concerned. They performed their latest tracks “Puk Yaga”, “Yokatɛ” and “Lil John Beat”.

Other headlined artistes also had the crowd cheering and singing each line of their songs whiles watching their energetic stage performances.

Rock City evidently has set a bench mark which no Artiste in the region has ever attempted and would take time to break.

The show was produced by the Manager of Rock City Empire and Award winning Disc Jocker, DJ Aluther, with support from DJ Tobile from Wa and DJ Kokobiako.

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Rock City is known for songs such as: Beer, Saglɛ beat la, Nimatu, and a tall list other hit songs.

Meanwhile, the “Saglɛ Concert” was sponsored by Boss Energy Drink, the Rock City Empire and MTN, with support from Tap Hotel, Legacy Kitchen, Mcclean View Restaurant, Premier Lodge, Talent Art, Timberland Boutique.
Partnered Media outlets included A1 Radio, Yem FM, Word Fm, Radio Gurune and Tanga Radio.

Source: a1radioonline.com | Samuel Mbura | Ghana

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