TGMA Xperience 2024: Soaked but incredible!

By Majesty 4 Min Read

Once again, it’s Ghana Music Awards season! As music enthusiasts quarrel over who should get what, the 6th Xperience Concert got underway. 

At Cape Coast, this occasion. Unless they were travelling with a lively group of people, individuals travelling from other areas, especially Accra to Cape Coast, had to endure the typical dull and tiresome lengthy drive to the event. 

That’s why debating the entertainment industry and all of its problems while listening to classic music in the background can make four hours seem like two. 

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But the first thing that strikes you when you go to Cape Coast is the change in atmosphere—it’s really laid back. It’s far colder here than it is in Accra. the populace as well! One can just slow down and breathe in the fresh air now that the city’s typical bustle has subsided. 

As a result, the anticipation was palpable, especially in the vicinity of the event. Everywhere one looked were sponsor banners and TGMA accoutrements. 

The Xperience Concert was scheduled for later in the evening, and vendors were seen hurriedly setting up in preparation for strong sales. That something was wrong was obvious. 

It was going to get exciting, May 11, 2024. However, the evening was ruined when the rain started at 8 p.m., just as the music was about to start. The clouds attempted to empty themselves, leaving revellers and organisers to wait anxiously.

When the rain stopped at ten o’clock at night, the organisers resumed their full schedule of equipment resets and cleanups. What was unexpected was that the partygoers returned with a vengeance. 

Their enjoyment would not be spoiled by the rain. While the performers warmed up, Andy Dosty and Foster Romanus kept the audience energised. It was a dynamic moment. 

The performance really got going at one in the morning. Cape Coast-based young artists have the opportunity to display their works and talents on the main platform. Subsequently, the Unsung Artist of the Year category nominees were presented. 

Notable up-and-coming performers such as Keeny Ice, Kasar, Lali X Lola, Seven Kizs, Alaptawan, and Kwesi Amewuga showcased their abilities. The audience was served her greatest hits by the always stunning Adina, who served as the appetiser for the main meal. 

Nacee came next, giving a moving tribute to the late gospel artist KODA before thrilling the crowd with his songs, culminating with the well-known “Aseda.” Guru was the next to take the stage, and the crowd was rapping along to his incredible hits. 

Later, he said that he wanted to be president of the UG SRC. Next up came the incomparable King Paluta, who was clearly very well-liked in Cape Coast because the crowd began screaming his most recent song, “Aseda,” without his having to utter a word. 

Rapper/singer Amerado, from Ejisu, performed a breathtaking freestyle to demonstrate why he is still the rap king. The always-talented Kofi Kinaata appeared as the tension and intensity rose. 

As he demonstrated why he is still one of the best songwriters of this era, one could not help but sing along to his catchy lyrics. The crowd had not let up even at five in the morning; this was the moment they had been waiting for. 

Stonebwoy, the legendary Dancehall/Reggae phenomenon, arrived on stage to a fervent cheer from the crowd with his hit song “Bhim Nation.”

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