Following their incredibly successful sold-out concert at London’s Indigo O2 in March 2022, Ghanaian sensational music icons KiDi and Kuami Eugene have taken their unique blend of Afro-beats and highlife to Europe.
The two artists have greatly projected and celebrated Ghana with their highly anticipated tour in Berlin, Germany on Sunday the 11th of September 2022.
The icons and DJ Vyrusky raised the flag of Ghana by paying homage to the motherland with the national anthem and performing many of their hit songs.
Kidi thrilled fans with songs like ‘Touch It’, ‘Say Cheese’, ‘Enjoyment’, ‘Mon Bebe’ etc. While the rockstar Kuami Eugene kept the tempo with tunes like ‘Dollar On You’, ‘Love Nwantiti’, ‘Open Gate’, ‘Angela’, ‘Confusion’, ‘Never Carry Last’ and many others
The artists aroused a nostalgia among the many audience with Ghanaian roots with classic tunes from Daddy Lumba, Amakye Dede, Castro and other legends.
Other thrilling performances included a live band by the 'Afro Harmony' band alongside Ghana's wildest Dj, Dj Vyrusky.
The tour dubbed the ‘kuamieugenekidieuroupe2022’ started on September 9, 2022, in Munich, German and will make a stop at Amsterdam on the 13th of September 2022.
We can only look forward to these powerful and exciting performances.
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