Entertainment of Tuesday, 4 December 2012
Source: Nii Atakora Mensah-Ghana Music
To celebrate the launch of the new bottle design of Malta Guinness in grand manner, Guinness Ghana Breweries Limited (GGBL) put up the best outdoor music concert so far dubbed, ‘Top of the World Celebration”, that saw performances by the internationally acclaimed Afro pop artistes P-Square from Nigeria, Sarkodie and Samini who replaced R2Bees who pulled out of the show because the monetary differences.
Before the advertised artistes came to perform, D2 and a few artistes warmed up the stage.
Sarkodie was in his best element as he wowed the audience for close to one hour of good music.
There is no doubt that Samini has over the years emerged to become one of the most popular musicians and performers in Ghana and Africa and he proved himself as the best when he dished out his hit tunes for fans.
The hosts for the nite, Funny Face and KOD called on Agnes Essah, Marketing Director to unveil the new bottle before the headline acts, P-Square came on.
“Malta Guinness has been part of our Ghanaian heritage for over 20 years. Since its launch in 1989, Malta Guinness has consistently satisfied consumers’ demand for a quality malt drink, filled with goodness, energy and vitality. This memorable event is to celebrate and reward our loyal consumers and trade partners for making Malt Guinness the No. 1 non alcoholic malt drink”, she said.
Multiple award-winning music entertainers, Peter and Paul Okoye, well known as P-Square, set the Independence Square on fire as their Ghanaian fans stormed out to watch them perform at the Malta Guinness Top of The World Celebration concert on 1st December, 2012.
P-Square halted the show to ensure that the diehard female fans were given medical help.
The fans who fainted at the sight of seeing P-Square their dream musicians mount the stage but the show continued as medics attended to them.
The Okoye twin performed on stage for three hours, dishing out songs from their repertoire monster cuts, yet left their fans at the capacity-filled venue yearning for more.
The high point of the lively performance was when P-Square performed their new single titled 'Chop My Money'.