If you thought the first-week of Nsoromma was intriguing, then you may have to be at your descriptive best to paint the right picture of Week Two.

That was exactly what happened to me as I momentarily threw my journalistic thinking cup away to immerse myself in the precociousness of children performing highlife songs that probably pre-date even their parents.

You can neither blame me nor any of my colleagues for getting lost in emotions at all because the Providence Event Centre environment last Sunday, was goosebumps-inducing, to put it mildly.

As was previewed on adomonline.com prior to the show, Venessa Osei Mensah treated fans to Dada K.D’s Odo Nye Mbra as Lylwayn Sasu performed Kidi’s Thunder

Ebony’s Asida reigned on the evening as Aseidu Arthur brought evoked memories of the 90’s badgal in patrons.

There was enough gospel for the audience because Emma Amoah did Amy Newman’s Okamafo Jesus as Ezekiel Asante perfectly mimicked Kojo Antwi by performing Dadie Anoma.

Other songs performed on the evening include Thomas Frimpong’s Odo Yewu; Cindy Thomson’s Awawado Benie; Kidi’s Odo; Agness Opoku’s Okyeso Nyame and George Darko’s Odo Colour, by Racheal Owusu Takyi, Ruth Abena Badu, Evelyn Dzreke, Jeffrey Appiah and Jemima Darkoa, respectively.

Below are photos from NSOROMMA Week Two.