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Alordia Promotions Make History Again For Ghana Music In The UK

Alordia Promotions, a trailblazer in promoting Ghanaian music and culture in the UK, has once again made history with a groundbreaking concert, dubbed ‘Legends Night with Daddy Lumba.

The renowned promotions company, in collaboration with Westcoast UK, organised the just-ended show in London, which saw a massive turnout. The venue was full to the brim, bringing together fans of Daddy Lumba, Kofi Nti, and Samini.

The show also birthed an unexpected reunion of two of Ghana’s most iconic dancehall artistes, Samini and Shatta Wale.

The year’s concert, which is a two-show, May 6 in London and May 10 in Wolverhampton, marks the second time Daddy Lumba will perform in the UK, all organised by Alordia Promotions.

Fans cannot wait to attend the second show after a successful first one.

Alordia Promotions and Westcoast UK are also the organisers of the prestigious Ghana Music Awards UK, an annual award show that rewards the hard work of musicians living in Ghana and the UK.

The renowned promotions company has solidified its reputation as a driving force behind the success and recognition of Ghanaian artistes on the international stage. The recent event, which took place in the UK, showcased the best of Ghanaian music talent and culture, drawing a diverse audience and garnering widespread acclaim for its innovation and creativity.

Alordia Promotions’ commitment to providing a platform for Ghanaian artistes to shine has been instrumental in elevating the profile of Ghanaian music in the UK and beyond.

With a track record of organising successful and memorable events that celebrate Ghanaian music and heritage, Alordia Promotions continues to set the standard for excellence in promoting African music on a global scale.

Source – Tru News Report

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