Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, well known as Sarkodie after making a surprise appearance at KiDi and Kuami Eugene’s “Live in Concert” event at the O2 Indigo, London, has stated that he wouldn’t have missed their event for anything in the world.
The multiple award winning rapper in an exclusive interview with the co-host of the event, Doreen Avio, revealed that no matter where he was in the world, he would have flown to the venue to watch and support the young singers perform.
“I am extremely proud as a Ghanaian that KiDi and Kuami Eugene’s concert happened in London. Obviously, no matter where I was in the world… even if I was in Ghana, I would have flown to come and support them,” he averred.
Sarkodie also affirmed that, the two artistes could stage a concert anywhere in U.K and America and still have a sold-out event.
“You guys have been superstars. You don’t need this to certify it. You guys are going to be selling out the biggest arenas out here in London and America. Trust me,” he told Doreen Avio.
The Lynx Entertainment signees, Kidi and Kuami Eugene on March 6, 2022, made their first appearance at the O2 Indigo Arena with a thrilling performance that saw artistes from Ghana and Nigeria making an appearance as they celebrated the country’s Independence Day with Ghanaians living in the UK with over 2,800 people in attendance.
Patoranking, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Mayorkun, Kwabena Kwabena and many other artistes joined the two performers on stage for the mind-blowing show.
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