In many cases, people always have the perception that old Ghanaian Music are enjoyed solely by the local people in their local land. But today, a woman from outside Ghana has shown her interest in the old music from Ghana. She did so by playing the music and dancing to it in public.
Apart from dancing to the Ghanaian music in public, she also recorded it in a live video and showed it on social media. She stole the show as many people stood by the roadside watching her dance.
This wet the appetite of an old man who also decide to have a feal of the music. He then joined the woman on her dancing street.
Though they might not understand the words in the music, they had a feal of the sounds in it. The choice of music was also a bone shaking one.
After playing the song from Ghana, she also decided to enjoy another one from another African country. This tells you how much she loves African music. For the love of the music, the British woman steels the show.
Below is the video.
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