The 2017 edition of the annual Adom FM Kolor Paaty is currently underway at the car park of the Trade Fair Centre in Accra.
All tune in to listen to him every Saturday Night when he assembles the underground rappers to show off their talents.
Kid rapper, ‘Tutulapato’ is a product of his rap academy and hence it was now news when he stormed the kolor paaty stage with young talented rappers today too.
Pope Skinny also known as the ‘Asouden’ man likes the colour black and he truly represented the colour with his asuoden squad.
His style of music has made him a global icon. ‘I want to see you, my father’ is his greatest hit.
And that is the exact song, King Ayisoba is performing currently on stage.
Talk of multi lingual radio presenters in Ghana and her name would be the first to be mentioned.
Ohemaa Woyeje who speaks more than 5 local languages just stormed the stage with her teaming yellow fans and her producer, DJ Papa Bills.
Kofi Kinaata’s ‘Awurade begye steer’ was the first song she performed to the amazement of the crowd which is increasing by the second.
Drive Time host, Jerry Justice who is noted for his all white attire just shocked the hundreds of listeners of Ghana’s number 1 radio station, when he stormed the stage with Work and Happiness host, Ohemaa Woyeje to do some ‘dangerous’ dance moves.
The crowd responded heavily urging the two to continue with the ‘serious’ dance but that could not prevent the duo from exiting the stage promising to come back later.
Another Gospel musician, Opiesie Esther is also on the stage thrilling the fans.
Gospel artiste, Joyce Blessing is currently on stage performing her favourite songs including ‘mense3 da’.
The songstress who is clad in a jeans top and trouser is charging the crowd who are from diverse locations in Accra and are here to celebrate with their favourite presenters.
The show opened with a lively performance from the shakers band.
Right after their performance, host of the station’s all-popular morning show, Captain Smart stormed the stage to show that he was not only good behind the studio microphones, but can equally sing tunes to praise God.
In his favourite pink attire and accompanied by numerous listeners of the station all clad in same colour, Captain rocked the stage with tunes ranging from gospel to highlife.