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    Ras Kuuku's 'Nwansina' dance goes viral in Sunyani

    by Ghana Music.com
    posted Tuesday, 14 March 2017 20:30| 0 Comments

    Ras Kuuku's #Nwansina dance is still on the lips of everyone in Sunyani.

    Ras Kuuku is still on the lips of many that thronged the Coronation Park in Sunyani for this year's VGMA Nominees Jam held over the weekend.

    The Reggae/Dancehall Singjay who is very optimistic about winning all 3 slots in the 2017 edition of the awards pulled a fiery performance on the night which many, including Vodafone Music adjudged as the cracker stagecraft on the night.

    The #Nwansina hit maker who rocked audience to live band introduced some new dance moves coupled with his energetic performance had the MC of the show, Amanda Jissih, call him and his hype man, Jah Shock, back on stage after performance.

    Ras Kuuku, who opened performances on the night, raised the bar so bad it was difficult for other performers to match up.

    Ras Kuuku has worked very hard in 2016 releasing smashing records with accompanying music videos and played most of the big stages across the country.

    This year's theme is tailored to 'celebrate 60 years of Ghanaian music; as the country also marked 60 years independence from colonial rule.




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