The old city of Cape Coast was on Friday carried to a stop with some chilling occasions going before the festival of the 2019 Oguaa Fetu Afahye. The occasions included Orange Friday street carnival”, “Storm reign concert”, Onua FM’s Festival train show and a large group of others. Several benefactors from Cape Coast and its encompassing towns were blessed to receive jolting exhibitions at Shatta Wale’s storm reign concert on Friday night. Artistes, including Shatta Wale, Patapaa, Kofi Kinaata, and Teephlow excited the charged crowd of breathtaking music and moves. The show was heated up with exhibitions from youthful best in class capable artistes from the Cape Coast.
The ‘Scopa tu manaa’ and One Corner’ hitmaker, Patapaa stole the show with great performances, exciting music lovers with old hit tracks before divulging his most recent single track ‘Woho Aba’ highlighting Fameye and Kwaw Kese. The air went “insane and ablaze” when Teephlow, Kinaata and oneself acclaimed dancehall King, Shatta Wale alternated to perform, serving the energetic fans with consecutive portions of their hit melodies that kept them cheering and shouting. “The Storm Reigns show” was sorted out by Global Media Alliance (GMA) and Kasapreko Ghana Limited, makers of Storm Energy Drink and it shaped piece of endeavors to advance Shatta Wale’s ‘reign’ album.
Prior toward the evening, several individuals both youthful and old poured onto the boulevards to take part in the Orange Friday road fair, clad in orange hues as impostors moved their way through in the midst of metal band music. Beginning from the Ankaful Junction, along the Abura course, supporters of the occasion walked and moved through the avenues of Cape Coast and met at Chapel Square. The Orange Friday Carnival has turned out to be one of the most disparaged occasions of the yearly festival of the Oguaa Fetu Afahye of the Chiefs and individuals of Cape Coast, saw on the Friday before the great durbar to peak the week-long celebration on Saturday.