Our one and only Nana Ama McBrown served us with another thrilling episode of her weekend United Show Biz program. As usual, it becomes the talk of town each and every week, and this week's is not far from that either.
As part of the program, McBrown took the Mic to perform with the standby live band on set, like the other artistes did.
From her performance and the mood with which she performed the songs and the energy she exerted, you could tell that she was really into the song and had the passion to sing and entertain her viewers.
Maybe she should persue a music career in addition to what she is currently doing. Who knows, she could give us a song that will be on the lips of many for long. Besides, she has the fan base and support of many Ghanaians already, and it would be easy for her to make her mark in the music industry as well.
We can draw enough inspiration from her mood, as it was all smiles and happiness throughout. The cue we can take from her is to always remember to smile and be happy, irrespective of what each person is going through.
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