Ghanaian musician Mr. Drew held the second edition of his Seleey Concert over the weekend at Mallam, Gbawe and had several artistes come through to grace the occasion. The event took place at the Mallam Station in Accra where Mr. Drew received support from friends, fans and industry.
Artistes who came through were Kelvyn Boy, S3fa, Fameye, OliveTheBoy, Keche, Kofi Jamar, Tulenkey and several others. Popular dance group, Afrozig dance crew was also present to grace the occasion with their impeccable and exciting dance moves and routines.
The venue was packed with fans of Mr. Drew as well as some of his invited guest artistes, who turned up the venue and responded in kind to the string of exciting performances staying on their feet and partying past midnight. The show was brought to a climax when Fameye took to the stage and delivered a medley of his most popular songs, getting the crowd to sing along.
The turn of events is sure to leave a lasting impression in the minds of all in attendance and heighten expectations of the next edition of the concert come next year. In addition to that, the concert further cements Mr. Drew's position in the Ghanaian music industry.
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