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DrupZ Music to Flip Accra upside-down with a Free Concert

Highly versatile Afrofusion and World Music whiz, DrupZ is set to host a Live in concert on the 12th day of November, 2022.The Rockstar hitmaker is ready to thrill fans to a sensational feel of his evergreen live performance in harmony with the Muse Acoustic Band; a Highlife, Reggae and Country Band based in Madina, Accra.


The Concert will be Live at the Flip Bar inside Osu-Accra, hosted by Oforiwaa Oyo of MX24 television.The stage will be graced by other amazing talents including Ayma, Clemuzick, Mali, Echep, Sekyerewaa, Ryderz, Eldeezy, Mundo, BossBae and Sam Lucky.This Free Live in Concert is proudly powered by EventGuide, Imperial Global Events and BlackiQ.

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