Buckle up for TV3's new Music Music experience

Arguably the biggest platform for musicians in the country ever, Music Music for over decade catapulted young artistes to become household names in the music circle, making the show on TV3 the most sought after. You name them; from the Sarkodie through Samini to Stonebwoy and other big artistes in the country, talented young artistes have used the Music Music stage in their early days of their career as launchpad to popularize their act. It was thus not surprising that several underground artistes throng the Kasoa Datus Park Friday night just to mount the stage at the re-launch of the Music Music Show. Hundreds of music lovers who gathered at the event grounds experienced what many described as fun-packed performances from both established and underground artistes. Launching the new “Music Music”  show, Winfred Kingsley Afful, General Manager in charge of Operations at Media General, operators of TV3, promise music lovers and artistes a better experience. [caption id="attachment_107386" align="aligncenter" width="604"] General Manager of Operations at MG, Winfred Kingsley Afful officially launches new “Music Music”[/caption] Yes, the ‘Messiah’ to upcoming artistes is back! And it is bigger and better. The re-launch saw the big park filled to capacity. The atmosphere at the grounds was charged with performances after performances; something that ensured the patrons were well entertained for free of charge. And the artistes on the bill did not disappoint.They gave what the patrons came for, good music, great hits and energetic performances from Friday night until the early hours of Saturday. The man with the latest hit, ‘Bobolebobo’ was in action. The audience could not help but sing along to the hit song which has been adopted and remixed by the John Mahama team as his campaign song. [caption id="attachment_107387" align="alignnone" width="960"] Bobolibo hitmaker, Evangelist Aning on show.[/caption] The show also saw performances from “Solo” hitmaker, Article wan, who treated patrons to an entertaining session. [caption id="attachment_107389" align="alignnone" width="604"] Article wan[/caption] ‘Bard Man’ Tinny also came through to take them back into the early 2000s with some of his old classics which created an atmosphere of nostalgia among the audience who sang along. [caption id="attachment_107390" align="alignnone" width="960"] Tinny with the old tunes[/caption] Show headliner, and president of the ‘Patupa Soldiers,’ Patapaa did not come to play, as he brought the Datus park alive. He mounted the stage to treat patrons to his hit songs, “One corner’ and ” Akwaaba” amongst others. [caption id="attachment_107391" align="alignnone" width="604"] “One corner” hitmaker Patapaa[/caption] Of course “Music Music” is not “Music Music” without an opportunity for young upcoming artiste to show their musical prowess. Quamina MP mounted the stage with the ‘Ground up’ energy as he performed his Christmas banger, “Party” among other songs. [caption id="attachment_107392" align="alignnone" width="960"] Quamina MP[/caption] Runner-up in the just ended MTN hit maker competition and protégé of TV3 Talented Kidz show, Awal also thrilled patrons with his rap punchlines. [caption id="attachment_107393" align="alignnone" width="960"] Awal[/caption] Upcoming Dancehall artiste Shana also treated fans to some patois and ragga vibes. [caption id="attachment_107394" align="alignnone" width="960"] Shana[/caption] Like Oliver Twist, the upcoming artistes could not have enough, as a lot more of them wanted to make their way up the most sought after music stage to outdoor their acts.

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Read:Music Music Relaunch: Underground artistes scrambled for slots As dedicated as TV3 is to providing a platform for these young acts, they were allowed the time to perform and show the patrons what they had up in their musical sleeve. The re-launch event was just a curtain raiser so just  buckle up for the better experience every Saturday on TV3. By Irene Amesimeku| 3news.com| Ghana]]>