Netherlands-based Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall artiste, Dominiq, shook the Edemfest 2019 stage last Saturday, and got his ratings as one of the best performances on the night.
The fine dreadlocked gentleman climbed the Edemfest stage with so much confidence and exceptional style that everyone had to pay attention to his set as he captivated the 20,000 plus audience.
Dominiq wasn’t a known face or name among the audience but he left the stage with a lot of positive reviews from the crowd, pundits and some production folks at the event.
He came on stage performing just 2 songs under 5 minutes but he left the stage with lots of applause and cheers after his set.
Dominiq is of a Ghanaian and Dutch descent born in Netherlands. He’s been honing his craft in Europe and has shared stages with Demarco and other notable acts.
His last appearance in Ghana before Edemfest was at Nungua during King Promise’s “As Promised” Concert 2019.
Dominiq who has been in Ghana for the past 6 months has been recording songs for his EP. His latest song “Big Boy Talks” which somehow connotes “Big Buttocks” is a heavy rusty Afro infused 90s Dancehall Soca jam produced by Stacey Grind in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Do follow Dominiq on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter @itsDominiq.
Photo Credits: Rob Photography (@RobPhotographyGh)
Below is a snippet of his performance at the event.
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