The current VGMA musician of the year, KiDi, made Ghanaians proud over the weekend as he performed to over 50,000 fans and completely shut down Gambia.
The musician visited Gambia following the release of his 4Play EP for the "Touch It Concert," which was scheduled for October 29, 2022, after recently finishing a tour of Europe and Australia.
By selling out the venue, the QCity in Serrekunda, KiDi managed to shut down the West African nation as usual.
The first multipurpose recreation facility in the Gambia, QCity, offers events for people of all ages, including kids and adults.
According to sources, KiDi was the first singer in the Gambia to sell out 50,000 tickets in three days.
For 'The Golden Boy's' first performance in Gambia, thousands of fans rushed to QCity.
As usual, KiDi put on an incredible performance, performing all of his favorite songs, including "Odo," "Enjoyment," "Touch It," "Champagne," and even the most recent, "Habibi."
Following the concert, KiDi thanked the Gambian people for their love and support in a reply to Instagram post.
"The Gambia I’m truly overwhelmed and grateful for the love. I’ll definitely be back. Yours truly, SD "," Kidi wrote.
Dennis Nana Dwamena, better known by his stage name KiDi, is a high-life and afrobeats musician from Ghana.
He is a Lynx Entertainment signee and is well known for his worldwide smash song "Touch It". The remix features Tyga, an American rapper, and has had a ton of global streaming success.
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